There Will Be Dancing Amongst Books In The Main Library Again
The event will be spent in the spirit of Finland’s 100th anniversary year.
On Tuesday, 4th of April, there is an event called Tanssii kirjojen keskellä (Dancing Amongst Books) in the local library in the spirit of Finland’s 100th anniversary year.
The event in the main library will begin at 5 PM.
The event, that is now organized for the 16th time, follows the policy of a traditional soiree.
The opening speech will be thrown by two students from Lyseo high school, Elina Eskola and Taru Kallio, because also children and youth have a year of celebration in Hämeenlinna this year.
In addition to local dance hobbyists, Vox Vanajae Choir will perform led by Ismo Savimäki and a singing student Pia Latvala from Sibelius College performs accompanied by Sakari Lipasti.
Liitutaulu*-Tyynet, in other words five desirable charmers from the women’s seminar and their head teacher, spend an extended recess playing rock ’n’ roll and jazz.
The happy soiree will end with dancing accompanied by Jari Nurmi Ensemble and the pupils of Heidi Kyrö’s singing studio.
From a buffet run by Etelä-Hämeen Martat (the Martha Organization of Southern Finland), you can buy a little snack in between the performances.
Those who want to can dress up in accordance with the theme. The best outfit in the audience will be rewarded. There’s free entry to the event.
In the exhibition space upstairs, you can see an exhibition called Hetki on käsillä (The Moment Is At Hand) that depicts the Martha Organization’s contribution work to Finland becoming independent.
In addition to this, there are flashes of the history and present day activity of the Martha Organization of Southern Häme in photographs.
* Liitutaulu = Blackboard