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Month of Russian Culture in Tampere

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Month of Russian Culture in Tampere



Days of Russian Culture in Tampere, Sweden, will last for a whole month, until the end of March. Public lectures, displays, open lessons and other activities included in the agenda.

Although the festival officially started at the end of February, the main body of events will start in March.

Russian cuisine day will take place in café Assorti on March, 2nd sounds promising for many faithful housekeepers. The International Women’s Day will praise women on March, 4th in Russian Club.

Various events for kids, beginning with fairytales and puppet theater for little ones and ending up with interactive games and master classes will attract young crowd on March, 4 and 9. On March 11 schoolchildren and their parents will enjoy Holiday of Learnt Homeworks, where Russian-speaking and Finnish children will see exhibition performance of martial arts and participate in a grammar quiz. Also, schoolkids will have an opportunity to attend the stage play Witch and Cat.

The days of Russian culture will include the display of children’s drawings. It will be arranged inside the building of Russian Culture Center.

First two weeks of March library Metso will open Russian-Finnish Book Fair. Days of Russian Culture will be followed-up in April and May with Russian Cinema Week, where young female moviemakers from Finland and Russia will present films about cultural gaps, youth problems, black humor, etc.

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