Artisans’ Work along M’Scala Promenade
The Cultural Committee under the auspices of the Marsascala Local Council on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th June will be organising a Cultural Activity ‘Arti fil-Beraħ’.
This, will consist of an open air exhibition of various handmade crafts. More than 40 different types of exhibits will be on show. Spectators will appreciate watching the exhibitors execute their works of art. The exhibits will be varied, including statue making in wood and stone, clay, ceramics, filigree, necklaces, painting, lace making, woollen objects ,objects made from reeds, They will also be given the opportunity of trying their hands in the making of the various crafts. This activity will held from 6.30 pm onwards, when on Saturday there will be the official opening of the activity along the promenade at Marina Street. Marsascala
Children will also be allotted a corner where they can try to master the art of painting, collage making and drawing.
To be more holistic, clients from St Vincent de Paule Residence, will also exhibit their handmade crafts.
Besides all these exhibits, with the co-operation of the Chinese Cultural Centre the Organising Committee will present China Town, presenting information about Chinese Martial Arts, Medicine, and Crafts. One can also taste Chinese food.
On Sunday at 10.00 am, an exhibition of motor Cycles will start from St Thomas Tower on to the Promenade.
In the afternoon, jet skis enthusiast can enjoy a spectacle of Jet Skis at St Thomas Bay from 2.30 pm onwards.
Thanks has to be given to the Ministry of Tourism and the Parliamentary Secretariat of Local Government