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The Chitalishte: a Cultural Centre for All


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The Chitalishte: a Cultural Centre for All

  1. 1.  In 2007-2008, 1,386 volumes of new literature were purchased. The funds were provided under approved projects of the Chitalishte Board under the Ministry of Culture’s program “Bulgarian Libraries: Modern Centers for Reading and Information”.
  2. 2. Library patrons include 209 people of various age groups and borrowed books for 2012 are 3,249.
  3. 3. An important part of the development of Peyo Yavorov 1982 Chitalishte is its participation in the Global Libraries – Bulgaria Program launched in 2010. For the purposes of chitalishte work, the program provided three computer configurations and a multimedia.
  4. 4. In May 2011, the library information center was officially opened.
  5. 5. The equipment provided under the Global Libraries Program enables us not only to create promotional materials for our cultural and educational events, but also to publish the Zornitsa literary almanac, children’s coloring books for Christmas and Easter and we are able to help our patrons find online materials on various topics. The chitalishte has its own Facebook page where we publish materials on our events.
  6. 6.  The events organized and conducted by the chitalishte focus on meeting the cultural needs of the residents of the neighborhoods it operates in.  Educating young generation how to preserve traditions and family memory.
  9. 9. Любителско творчество The amateur performers of Peyo Yavorov Chitalishte, led by their great love of art, do not spare any strength or energy. They do their best to promote Bulgarian folklore and arts not only in Haskovo and Bulgaria, but also far beyond the borders of our country.
  10. 10.  .  .The ensemble was created in 1999. It comprises of dancers aged 17–35 years. The artistic manager of the ensemble is the choreographer Vasko Dimov. While the ensemble’s repertoire is based on the Thracian ethnographic region, it includes works from other regions of Bulgaria. Southerners Dance Ensemble performs diverse concert activities in Bulgaria and abroad. It is the winner of the golden key of Ismailia from the International Folklore Festival in Egypt in 2000.
  11. 11. First prize and plaque winner from the International Rose and Tourism Festival held in Isparta, Turkey, in 2001 and 2004. First prize winner for performance and accompaniment from the International Folklore Festival held in Velika Gorica, Croatia, in 2002.
  12. 12.  The St. Lazarus Day group was founded in 2003. Its director is Ms. Rositsa Dimova.  The group performs authentic folklore from the village of Zhulti Bryag, Haskovo district  Participants throughout the years have included school girls from Aleko Konstantinov Primary School and Sts. Cyril and Methodius Primary School.
  13. 13.  Participation in the sixth traditional children’s ethno festival held in Mineralni Bani in 2006  Laureate of the Balkan Folk Mountain Fair held in Veliko Tarnovo in 2007
  14. 14.  The Folklore Fans Club was founded in 2006 by the choreographer Mr. Vasko Dimov and parents of dancers from the children’s dance ensemble. Later on, Ms. Galina Shtereva became the manager of the club. Club participants include more than 70 people.
  15. 15. 2009 – the international day of dance in Dimitrovgrad and participation in the days of Stara Zagora
  16. 16.  Established in 2001. Performs authentic folklore from the village of Zhulti Bryag, Haskovo district  Amateur performers include school children from Sts. Cyril and Methodius Primary School  The group has taken part in the festival of Christmas carols and customs held in Haskovo in 2002-2003
  17. 17.  Zornitsa literary club was founded in 2000  The chair of the club is Ms. Stoyka Marinovska  Club members include 12 poets  Club members publish the Zornitsa literary
  18. 18. Club members publish the Zornitsa literary almanac