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Workshop: El mocador de lligall (the handkerchief of hatillo), by Vicent Forteza.
Place: Centro de Interpretación Es Amunts.
Schedule: from 18:00h until 20:00h
Vicent Forteza is a biologist and has been doing a compilation of the use and traditions and experiences related to this particular handkerchief.
This workshop has two parts:
-A first explanatory part with the aim of making known to the audience the use, traditions and experiences collected in relation to the use of this traditional element.
-A second practical part where the assistants will be able to learn to make different types of knots depending on the use that one wants to give to the handkerchief, can be an alternative to plastic bags.
Free event, but the assistants will have to respect the following points:
1) Prior registration by sending an email to the Interpretation Center is Amunts: firstname.lastname@example.org ;with name and surname, email and contact telephone number.
2) You will receive confirmation of your registration by mail.
It is necessary that you answer this mail to confirm your registration.
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