Cultural, sports and recreational activities to fully enjoy in the city

Cultural, sports and recreational activities to fully enjoy in the city

At different points, during Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the Municipality prepares a range of free cultural, recreational and sports proposals for residents and tourists. In addition, there will be a new edition of the City Design and Craft Beer Fair at Cambá Cuá. The Peña de Ciudad prepares a tribute for the Month of Women.

The city is fully preparing so that residents and tourists can enjoy this weekend multiple cultural, sports and recreational proposals. As always, these are totally free activities in which you can participate in compliance with the health measures established by the coronavirus pandemic; in which a vaccination card or proof of the Mi Argentina or Cuidar applications will be requested.

Like every Friday, the Artisans’ Fair takes place in the Plaza Cabral, from 9 to 21, while on Saturday and Sunday, at the same time, it will be on the Paseo del Sector in Punta Tacuara. In them, residents and tourists will find a wide variety of products in leather, wood, fabric, as well as regional sweets, typical foods, ornamental and traditional plants.

Within the framework of the activities for the Month of Women, on Friday at 8:00 p.m., at the Casa del Bicentenario (Caracas 3,400 in the San Gerónimo neighborhood), the cycle “The Importance of Women in Art” will be held. On this day, recognition will be given to the writer and cultural manager Alicia Rossi. The book “El Clan Ariam” by Luciana Ramírez will also be presented and the importance of women in literature will be analyzed.

On Saturday, the Story Cycle “Our Praying Poems” will continue at the Adolfo Mors Cultural Center (Pellegrini 542) starting at 7:30 p.m.

In the sports sphere, with the support of the Municipality, the Copa Sidespin paddle tournament will take place from Friday 11 to Sunday 13 at the Boca Unidos club (Juan Pablo II waterfront and Jorge Romero avenue). While on Saturday from 2:00 p.m. and Sunday from 7:30 a.m. on the Arazaty II beach -Juan Pablo II and Necochea coast- the National Beach Cestoball League (female and male) will take place, organized by the Argentine Cestoball Confederation.

On Saturday, at the Arazaty II beach sports venue, the last Saturday date of free Zumba and Latin rhythms classes will take place from 7:00 p.m. To participate in these activities you just have to go to the place at the established time and join; respecting all the protocols established before Covid-19.

On Sunday from 7:00 p.m., on the Arazaty II beach, the first date of Super Cardio will take place, a free sports activity in which people of all ages can join and will be led by teacher Pamela Gerez.

Meanwhile, like every Saturday and Sunday, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., volleyball practice will be enabled in the aforementioned spa, where municipal personnel lend balls, the use of the courts being on a first-come, first-served basis.

Starting at 7 pm, in Cambá Cuá Park, this Saturday a new edition of Ciudad Diseño will be held, an opportunity in which local entrepreneurs will show their quality productions at a good price. Among the ventures, residents can find clothing design, industrial design, 3D printing, toys, home decoration, among other products made by Corrientes hands.

On the occasion, awards will be given to women entrepreneurs. In addition, there will be craft beer producers; an opportunity to taste the best of local beer and take advantage of special promotions; as well as gastronomic entrepreneurs will also accompany.

On Sunday from 7:00 p.m., the Peña Oficial de la Ciudad adds its musical contribution with the “Tribute to Women”, on Paseo Arazaty on the South coast. Among the performances, the presence of Malambo Feminino, the winning female group of Corrientes Baila, the folkloric ballet San Juan Bautista, the Playadito embassy with Nélida Argentina Zenón and with the special guest Mariela Campodónico from Entre Ríos; They will also say present Enzo Fernández “El pomberito de las 2 rows”, Los Caminantes, Santiaguito Porras and Los Correntinos.


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