Tomorrow, September 2, with a roundabout for the natural and cultural heritage of Terra Chá, let's end the summer camps that supported boys and girls from the surrounding area for seven weeks between the ages of 6 and 13.
The Camp develops around the Museum and the Castro with an immersion in our heritage. Throughout the whole day, the different groups were able to do workshops on archeology, fashion, ceramics, fabric, recycling.... they were able to learn about the vegetation of the region and were able to visit centers of interest.
A summer activity directed by Cem, s.coop.galega and with multiple collaborations:
Kiko, a member of the Xotramu collective (Traditional Muimenta Xogo) who showed the Museo da Zoca, the old school of Muimenta as well as different traditional xoguetes, Yoani, a tourism technician from the Concello de Meira who helped adapt moi ben the visits to different groups of idade, Pepa Lombao, great keeper of the Bonxe olive tradition and excellent representative of the importance of women in this trade, Antón who acted as a guide at Casa de Manuel María, Daniel Caxigueiro who opened the doors of Espazo Caritel, Nina who guided the polo group castro de Elviña, Montse who facilitated the visit to the Castelo de San Antón e Joaquín, or the driver who was in charge of picking them up and returning them and who was won or agarimo of all the groups.
The workshops were organized by the Museum of Castro de Viladonga and financed by the Ministry of Equality of the Government of Spain, through the Libraries, Archives and Museums Co-Responsible Program of the Department of Culture, Education, Vocational Training and Universities, with the aim of favoring family reconciliation within an equality approach.