Istra Inspirit opens the eighth season of storytelling

first_img“All performances of Istra Inspirit are free of charge thanks to the project partners who again this year recognized the importance of cultural and adventure tourism and gave confidence to Istra Inspirit as its partner to revive history, myths and legends in order to create additional offerings.. ” stand out from IRTA. Through the interactive Istra Inspirit experience, Pićan will once again revive a unique legend from late antiquity that will take locals and visitors back to the 6th century when the Pićan diocese was founded under the leadership of St. Nicephorus. The entire experience, directed by Petra B. Blašković and performed by professional actors Istra Inspirita and extras from Pićan, will be completed by a carefully designed scenography of the old town of Pićan, which will evoke the miraculous journey of St. Nicephorus to Rome. By the way, the representatives of the local community who participated in creating the concept of this event from the very beginning, gave their selfless contribution to the revival of the legend this year, as well as the Association of Drinks “Trnoplesari” whose annual assembly is held on that day. RELATED NEWS: Istra Inspirit will, during the main tourist season, stage over 30 experiences, and of which they stand out in particular interpretive walks – for the first time this season Dvigrad Tour in Dvigrad (11.07., 8.08., 21.08.) And Casanova Tour in Vrsar (05.06., 11.06., 25.06., 9.07., 23.07., 6.08., 20.08., 10.09., 23.10. .), performances as part of the festival – Poreč Open Air (14.07., 21.07., 28.07., 4.08., 11.08., 18.08., 25.08., 1.09.), Rabac Open Air (27.07., 3.08., 10.08.), Malin Festa in Medulin (5.08. ., 12.08., 19.08.), Stari samnja in Vrsar (16.06., 8.09.) And individual experiences – Crispo at the archeological site Vižula in Medulin (July 18.07) and Vodnjan Stories 5, on the occasion of marking the Day of the City of Vodnjan (August 9.08). center_img Istra Inspirit is implemented within the Istrian Development Tourist Agency, with the support of the Administrative Department for Tourism of the Istrian County and the Tourist Board of the Istrian County and other project partners. On Saturday, June 1, 2019, at 20 pm, as part of the Petivina event in Pićan, the ‘Legend of the Trnoplers’ will be held – Istra Inspirit, with the experience of which the new season of the multi-award winning cultural-adventure project officially begins. eighth year in a row, it revives the history, legends and myths of the Istrian peninsula and creates an additional tourist offer at the destination.last_img read more

Dominicans in Canada donate to DSC & PMH

first_img 246 Views no discussions Albert Toussaint (L), representing his sister who is part of the Dominica Manitoba Association, presenting the items to Shakira Lockhart-Hypolite, Officer in Charge in the Bursar’s Officer at the DSC (R)The Commonwealth of Dominica Manitoba Association has donated a number of technical supplies to the Dominica State College (DSC) and the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH).The donation was officially handed over to the DSC and PMH on Friday 13 July 2018 during a small ceremony at the hospital.The association was started by Dominicans in Canada following the passage of Hurricane David, Shakira Lockhart-Hypolite, Officer in Charge in the Bursar’s Officer at the DSC said.“At that time, Dominicans living in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada, came together to raise funds to donate to victims of the storm at home.”She said over the years, the association continued to serve as a connection between the Dominican community and other Caribbean persons in Manitoba.“The Dominica Manitoba Association and its members were greatly saddened by the devastation caused by hurricane Maria and rallied the entire city in its fundraising efforts to support the rebuilding of Dominica.”The association donated five laptops, five LCD projectors, five printers to the DSC and one photocopier to the hospital.Hypolite said the college is grateful for these items as the damage done to the college by the looters in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria was worse than that caused by the storm.“The students would be very grateful for that… I’d like to thank the Dominica Manitoba Association for this great gesture.”Meanwhile Tricia Beaupierre, Acting Facilities Manager thanked the association for what she deemed as a “timely” donation.“We assure you that it will be placed into good use and it would certainly enhance our ability to provide quality service to the many persons that we provide services for on a daily basis.”– / 5 EducationHealthLifestyleLocalNewsTertiary Dominicans in Canada donate to DSC & PMH by: Dominica Vibes News – July 13, 2018 Share Tweetcenter_img Share Share Sharing is caring!last_img read more

Building blocks

first_imgThomas Smith, NBC Universal’s Senior Vice President, spoke at the Galen Center on Tuesday during the 2010 Sustainability in Construction Symposium. Smith was presented with the 2010 Visionary Award for NBC’s long-term renovation and construction plan of Universal City. The event featured a number of speakers who discussed green construction and other issues.Roland Wiryawan | Daily Trojanlast_img