The usual Sunday fair organized for the good of the Artemisa families in their usual place, this time it will have on Saturday varied offers and the pretext of receiving the Parents' Day with better conditions at homes.
Sergio Suárez, first deputy chief in the Provincial Administration, said that they plan to multiply the presence of the productive forms of the capital municipality, while in each locality the participation will be homologated, with the sale of pork, as far as possible, rams and other meat of our entities.
He also advanced the preparation of cakes, restaurants with offers and initiatives, including the sale of tamales made by the gastronomy, corn, yucca and other foods, as well as vegetables, they are not sure to offer beer and other liquids, because there are in the province.
Lázaro Jesús Hernández, director of the Artemisa-Mayabeque Branch of the Cultural Assets Fund, explained that in Artemisa craft shops, and those in San Antonio de los Baños, there are offers of footwear, belts, wallets, textiles, key rings and ceramics, among other possible gifts.
"Some 600 artists from the two young provinces have worked attractive designs related to the occasion, but even official documents prevent us from stabilizing the sale of these productions on the Bulevar site, which we hope to resolve in the coming month," he added.
That these next days are also welcome for the parents of each family, and until they reach the affection and respect of all, this is in the minds of those who plan news to celebrate the third Sunday in June.
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