The Department of Culture remembers that tomorrow, October 10, at 20.30, will be presented, in the municipal exhibition room "Gregorio Cebrián", the magazine "Totana City. 1918", in facsimile edition, on the occasion of the program of cultural and social events organized to mark the Centennial of the City 1918-2018.
This initiative is part of more than a dozen varied activities that make up the program of cultural and social events scheduled by this Council to culminate the last quarter of the Centennial of the City, which is held until December this year to commemorate this anniversary .
At present and until October 28, the exhibition "Totana, in hundredth anniversary (1918-2018)", a journey through the creative identity of some of its notable architects, also in the municipal hall "Gregorio Cebrián" is open.
Upcoming cultural events
In addition, on Thursday October 18 (8:30 pm) there will be a round table entitled "The arrival of the transfer to Totana: Finally water!", Which will take place at the headquarters of the Community of Irrigators of Totana.
In the same participate the current president of the community organ, Felipe Andreo, the agricultural entrepreneur, Fernando Costa Crespo, the technician of the Community of Irrigators, Fernando Costa Hernández, and the secretary of the same, Jerónimo Cánovas Martínez.
On Friday, October 19, the Musical Association "Con Forza" organizes an ambitious project with the concert of Ginés Martínez & Orquesta Con Forza, at the Cine Velasco, at 9:00 pm, with entrance to the price of 10 euros, in which attendees they will attend a novel show in this municipality.
The program continues on Wednesday, October 24 (8:30 pm) with the conference "Urban Evolution of Totana in the mid-twentieth century" by Mariola López Lorca and Antonio Campos Cánovas, in the municipal exhibition hall "Gregorio Cebrián".
The month of October will conclude with the presentation, on the 28th, of the Cuadernillo about the Municipal Cemetery "Nuestra Señora del Carmen" (12:00 hours), in the chapel itself, whose author has been the historian and chronicler Juan Cánovas Mulero .