Pedro Martinez and Patricio Sánchez, councilors of Culture and Education of the City of Mazarrón, inaugurated this Monday the Cultural Week organized by the IES Felipe II.
This is a conference that marks its ninth edition in which Mazarrón's heritage is brought closer to the students, as the director of the center, Andrés Piña, affirmed, minutes before the conference given by the municipal archaeologist, María Martínez, on "Phoenician ships and the pre-Roman era in Mazarrón".
The program of the Cultural Week includes talks, guided visits and musical concerts.
On Tuesday, February 13, at 9:20 am, the writer Luis Leante will offer a conference in collaboration with the MEC and the "Literary Encounters" program.
At 11:40, Mariano Guillén will speak to the students of the Society, Culture and Heritage in Mazarrón.
At 12:30 the AMPA of the center organizes a guided tour.
On Wednesday, February 14, it will be the turn of Juan Francisco Belmar who will delve into "The Local Heritage and its Conservation, a responsibility of all."
This conference will take place at 10:15.
Next, at 11:30 am, Isabel Lorente, a student of Geography and History, will give a talk entitled "The Phoenician presence in Mazarrón".
At 12:30, a new guided tour of the center's AMPA.
On Thursday, February 15, at 10:15 am, the municipal archivist, Magdalena Campillo, will speak on "The written heritage: the written archives of Mazarrón."
At 11:30 am, the veteran communicator from Mazarron Pedro Chico will offer the students a talk dedicated to botany.
At 12:30 hours, Rogelio Morales will investigate "The heritage of water: wells, wells, reservoirs and rafts."
There will be a guided tour of the churches of Mazarrón.
On Friday, February 16, at 10:15 am, Pepe el YegÃ¼ero will announce the intangible heritage of the Mazarron troves.
The Cultural Week will end with musical performances.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón