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Adeje maintains its Patron Saint Festivities and dedicates its collection to the island of La Palma

The program of planned events is maintained with the aim of continuing to promote  the economy of the Canarian cultural sector as well as the complementary activity

Soldecanarias.net / Islan Express / Adeje

The mayor of Adeje, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, has announced that the box office proceeds from all the cultural events organized on the occasion of the town’s Patron Saint Festivities will be used to help the island of La Palma in the face of the crisis generated by the eruption of the volcano.

«At first, we considered suspending the events, as a show of solidarity with the sister island, but we understand that this action not only does not help the victims of La Palma at all, but would harm the cultural sector hired for the realization of those acts, just at a time when the economy is beginning to reactivate for thousands of families. At that point, the Government team has decided that the best way to help the island of La Palma was to allocate the proceeds we obtain from these events to contribute to the needs of the affected people ”, as stated by the first mayor of Adejero . In addition, the mayor explained that a zero row will be established to raise more solidarity funds for La Palma and that the government team «is studying other forms of aid from the City Council.»

The events scheduled for the Adeje Patron Saint Festivities, which can be consulted from today on the municipal website www.adeje.es, have been chosen based on the current level of alarm on the island of Tenerife. Although it will not be possible to hold mass events such as the pilgrimage, the capacity of the events will be limited and with the proper sanitary measures, the City Council has opted for the organization of various concerts and cultural events. This has been reported by the Councilor for Culture and Citizen Participation, MaríaClavijoMaza.

Likewise, the parish priests have announced that the traditional religious program will be held, with limited capacity, such as the mass in honor of the patron saint, the Virgin of the Incarnation, which will take place on Sunday, October 10 at 7:00 p.m. in the parish of Santa Ursula. Two other important moments at the religious level will be on Monday, October 11, with the mass for the patron saint, Santa Úrsula, and on Sunday, October 17, with the traditional Romera mass in which the Adeje Folklore group will intervene with a small dance sample. and music.

The festivities began on Saturday, October 2 with the traditional «Descent of the image of the Virgin of the Incarnation» and then the raising of the flag took place. After the ceremony, around 7:00 p.m., the proclamation was read, which this year was given by Emilia González Delgado, a graduate in Physical Sciences from the University of La Laguna, communicator and television presenter.

The proclamation was enlivened by the Lux Aeterna sacred music concert. Both the Proclamation and the three religious ceremonies will be broadcast via streaming through the website and social networks of the City Council, as well as by Radio Sur Adeje and various local and regional televisions.

These 2021 parties will also have space for music with the performance of several concerts, among which Agoney, who closes his tour in his hometown, will be on October 16 at 8:30 p.m. at the Adeje Soccer Field . Another of the concerts that can be enjoyed during these festivities will be that of Locoplaya on Friday, October 15, also at the Adeje Soccer Field. The most Canarian music will come from the hand of Benito Cabrera and JempMeléndez on Friday, October 8 at 8:30 p.m. in Plaza España. The concerts of Pieles «Tarasca» will take place there, on Saturday, October 9; and that of Troveros de Asieta, on Monday, October 11, both at 8:30 p.m.

Laughter will come to the festivities from the hand of the Abubukaka Group with its work «The Carnival of the Animals», on Sunday October 10 at eight o’clock at night. The comedian Kike Pérez will be in charge of humor on Sunday October 17, after which the Sabina tribute concert “NocheSabinera” will take place.

Children will have their space on Tuesday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Plaza España with the children’s show «Clowns en route FIC 2021» with the performance of Carlos Adriano & Bubble On Circus. The circus world will have a special place within the Patron Saint Festivities since the International Clown Festival is incorporated into the program, which will take place in Plaza Salytien in Costa Adeje, with varied shows, in the morning and afternoon on 9 and 10 October.

The cultural offer will be closed by the traditional Canarian clothing pattern making workshop given by Maríadel Carmen Almenara. This event is organized by the Cabildo de Tenerife (MAIT) in collaboration with the Department of Citizen Participation and Coexistence.

People interested in attending the events must make the reservation through the website www.adeje.es since the current level of alarm by Covid9 requires the control of capacity and other preventive health measures.

Other social events

Within the framework of the Patron Saint Festivities, other outstanding social events will take place. This is the case of the Cadena Ser program nationwide, Hora 25, with the journalist AimarBretos, which will be broadcast from the Adeje Convent on Friday, October 1.

Likewise, two events will be held postponed due to the restrictions of these past weeks due to the level of contagion by Covid. In this way, the official presentation of Adeje as the Provincial Headquarters of World Blood Donor Day 2021-2022 will finally be carried out, it will be on Thursday, October 7 at the Convent, by the hand of the Department of Health and Quality of Life Directed by Amada Trujillo Bencomo.

Another of the events postponed by the pandemic and which finds its place within the Patron Saint Festivities, is the inauguration of the mural dedicated to the visibility and enhancement of outstanding Canarian women. The mural, entitled «Brave, valuable, visible» by popular vote, will have its official presentation on Wednesday, October 13 at 12 noon.

The work, made by two Adejera visual artists, Alba González Fernández and Aída Cecilia Hernández, can be seen finished on Hermano Pedro Street, at the back of the Adeje Cultural Center. The list of painted women, together with their review and objective of the initiative, financed in part with funds from the State Pact, can be found on the municipal website: https://www.adeje.es/patrimonio/arte-en- the-street / brave-valuable-visible. This initiative has been promoted by the Council of Equality of the City Council, directed by DesiderioAfonso Ruiz.

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