Due to the coronavirus, the authorities of Kamchatka have canceled the traditional "governor's tree" for children and adolescents, but they expect to make up for its absence with other festive events. On November 24, the governor of the region Vladimir Solodov told reporters about this.
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“We are now working on the issue of how to compensate for the absence of the main regional holiday for children. We will definitely create a festive mood on the streets, we will pay more attention to this,” the governor said, noting that a “line of events” will be launched in the first decade of December.
According to him, during the opening of the festive trees in the city's neighborhoods, various outdoor play programs for children will be organized with the participation of animators, life-size puppets and, of course, Santa Claus, Snow Maiden and the symbol of 2021.
“I think the children will be very interested. We are planning a lot more activities during December, as well as during the New Year holidays,”stressed Solodov.
As reported by IA REGNUM, colorful and sweet gifts will be received by all children who previously visited the governor's party, as well as children from large families, families with disabled children.