junina program promoted by the government of Amazonas comes to JapiimThe festivities shook the public of the South zone, on Thursday night, 23.
The feast of St. John Shook the public of the South zone of Manaus, with the camp of the State Center for Coexistence Family 31 March, in Japiim, held the evening of Thursday, 23 of June. nonlocal, the public could enjoy performances by gangs and dances, plus personalized stalls with varied dishes of typical food.
"This is another party within the broad junina program prepared by the Government of Amazonas to bring celebration and encourage the strengthening of family and community, which are the main objectives of the centers ", He explained the executive secretary of the Secretariat of State for Social Assistance and Citizenship (Seas), Jane Mara Morais.
The night was stirred over 10 attractions, between dance performances, theater, choral and musical entertainment, performed by children and adults and that ensured the animation of the public in the center of coexistence. "The party is very beautiful, as in all the years I've been. For us who live here nearby and we attend the center, It is very rewarding to honor that beautiful celebration, made by all ", said the retired Cleomar Correa, from 86 years.
In addition to the performances that captivated the lively crowd, the various stalls of typical food, between them, Traditional corn cakes, vatapd and porridge mugunzá, also they were successful during the camp. "Food is one of the reasons I like both June Festival and the variety of goodies is living up to the size of this production", Pacheco said Eliete, from 54 years, neighborhood resident and one of the liveliest during the commemoration.
Programming – A feast, promoted by the Government of Amazonas, following Friday, 24 of June, Living in State Center Teonízia Wolf Family, in Amazonino Mendes neighborhood, North of Manaus. The program prepared by the State closes only on July 1, State Center for Coexistence Family Miranda Lion, in Alvorada, Midwest area of the capital.