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To promote the habit of reading in new generations, through interactive dynamics that lead minors to push their imagination to the limit, theInstituto Municipal de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán, launched the program “Literary Thursdays” in the different municipal libraries, where Reading Circles will be held.

Aura Pérez was the host and indicated that this program is free and will be held every Thursday within the Festival Cultural Mazatlán 2020l. The presence of up to 10 attendees of different ages is contemplated, ranging from 5 years to 15.

With the story “Iguana Ranas”, she was recognized by her audience in the first activity, then they continued with other books that had messages of friendship.

Carolina Pérez, a young attendee, indicated that one of the reasons that led her to join this program is interaction and acquiring new knowledge, which will surely motivate her to continue with the habit of reading- She invited the children and the girls from the municipality to come to the public library in their neighborhood to learn and have fun.

The group of attendees upon arrival were received by the librarians, who implemented the pertinent security measures, to protect themselves and everyone against the health pandemic that currently exists.

The municipal libraries that will have this activity are Engineer Manuel Bonilla, from the Centro neighborhood; Engineer Manuel J Clouthier, from Francisco Villa; Margarita Ramírez de González, from Infonavit El Conchi; Carlos McGregor, from the Benito Juárez neighborhood; El Quelite located in the community with the same name; Don Cruz Lizárraga, at the El Recodo Syndicate; and Doctor Marco Antonio Domínguez Lerma, Villa Unión.

With this type of activities, the Municipal Instituto de Cultura, directed by José Ángel Tostado Quevedo, complies with bringing culture to all corners of the municipality, headed by Quimico Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres.

Éste artículo fue publicado en Press, School of Cinema and Literature Gallery, School of Cinema and Literature Press. .

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