On Saturday May 17, the Municipal Archaeological Museum 'Roman Factory Salt' is too small to accommodate the public numerosísimo there will meet to enjoy the concert scheduled to mark the 'International Day of Museums'.
About 150 people enjoyed the performance of singer David Hooper 'Sooper', who delighted the audience with familiar themes of soul and blues.
The audience Councillor Museums and Historical Heritage, Maria Martinez, and the mayor of Rural Development, Magdalena Mendez were.
After the show, attendees were also treated to a meal composed of cheese, contributed selflessly for 'Central Quesera Montesinos', and different types of wine, which were also provided free of charge by the wineries 'Juan Gil' and 'Carchelo'.
Maria Martinez has expressed his satisfaction with "the excellent reception given to the concert this year" and thanked "the support of the cheese plant and warehouses to move this activity."
Also, on the occasion of the commemoration of 12 to 14 May schoolchildren Mazarrón centers visited that museum and then moving to the nearby garden of 'San Pedro', met many games associated with Roman culture like marbles , or the top three in a row, with the help of monitors' Insert 'Two' program.
Which joined the initiative through the Department of Employment, Training and Local Development.
In addition, on 15 and 16 May the students moved to the 'Tower of Horses' Bolnuevo where, as new, enjoyed the screening of 2 videos and repeat the Roman games and other partners in the sixteenth century, when came the 'Miracle of Mazarrón.' "Some chats 'east' program, provided by the Department of Environment also taught youth how was Mazarrón in Roman times and its evolution over the centuries.
The Mayor of Mazarrón, Ginés Campillo, also was pleased with "the response by citizens and schools that have participated in these activities," and stressed that "next year, not just repeat this initiative, but that will expand as we will have a new museum space in Mazarrón as is the archaeological museum that is being created in the manor of 'La Canada'. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón