Saturday, March 26, 2022 – 12:00 noon
Sharjah, March 26 / WAM / Today, the Emirates Heritage Club concludes its 19th edition of the “Sharjah Heritage Days” Festival organized by the Sharjah Institute for Heritage under the slogan “Heritage and the Future”.
Saeed bin Ali Al-Mannai, director of the activities department overseeing the club’s pavilion, confirmed that the Emirates Heritage Club’s participation in the festival’s goals have been fully achieved. People showed great value to the cultural heritage of the country, the UAE.
Al-Mann emphasized the importance of such events in strengthening people-to-people contacts through the exchange of traditional knowledge, and noted the great efforts made by the Sharjah Institute for Heritage in the exchange of traditional knowledge. Fertilization is the gateway to spread peace, tolerance and mutual respect among the peoples of the world, values that are rooted in Emirati traits as seen among many peoples.
Throughout the Emirates Heritage Club Pavilion Festival, visitors were provided with an exciting learning opportunity and experience of handicrafts through daily workshops. , And spinning, and their experience under the supervision of the club’s artisans, which represents a unique traditional experience. Popular sports workshops organized by the Pavilion attracted young people of different ages, who introduced popular sports and their skills.
Marine workshops, which showcase various aspects of the country’s marine heritage, provided visitors with the opportunity to get up-to-date with activities related to pearl diving and fishing, where they can learn about their equipment, production and use, credit, lactation, different types of nets, davasha and traditional bearings, as well as information sinks, diving. A theory of time, fishing, fish species and other marine vocabulary.
The participation of the Saeed Center for Research and Research in the Club came through an exhibition of traditional publications to enrich the cultural aspect of the Club’s pavilion, which provided visitors with scientific documents of the country’s history and heritage through the club’s books. Publications, especially Nabati poetry collections and books on historical and traditional studies, as well as the numbers of the “chase” magazine published by the club.
The Saeed Center for Research and Research also organized a cultural event with the club’s participation in the festival, during which it gave traditional lectures to a number of researchers.
Wm / Emad Al Ali
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