Gozo celebrated Europe Day with a series of activities at Villa Rundle in Victoria. These included entertainment by various dance groups, music by Dcapitals band, Buzzy kids’ entertainer, a bouncing castle, a mega slide, face and hand painting, balloon modelling and crafts. The Institute for Tourism also organised samplings of food from different countries, as well as information games and activities that relate to the EU.

The Gozitan branch of the Alegria Flamenco troupe gave a performance at the amphitheatre of Villa Rundle.

Meanwhile, on the occasion of the European Day of Solidarity between Generations Gozo Minister Justyne Caruana said solidarity must be tangible to have a positive impact and effect. At the Citadel Cinema in Victoria, where pupils brought their grandparents, Dr Caruana said that it is important that we bring the generations together, not only to learn from each other, but also to enhance the mutual bond between them and understand the challenges. The event also included a quiz between children and grandparents on the history of Malta, geography, grammar, music and science.


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