The children will be told about this and other significant events, as reported on Tuesday, May 29, "AiF-Ural".
Children's Day will be held in Yekaterinburg on June 1 in the Historical Square. The city manager of Yekaterinburg, Alexander Yakob, has already signed a decree on holding the event. This year the theme of the holiday will be “Summer of bright events”. Young Sverdlovsk residents will be told about important events for Yekaterinburg, including the FIFA World Cup, EXPO-2025, the 295th anniversary of the founding of the Ural capital, the year of the volunteer and a century of additional education.
At 10:30 am, a procession will take place along the central alley of the Historical Square. It will be attended by small athletes and traffic inspectors, youth army and volunteer teams, creative teams and winners of city competitions, as well as children from summer city camps.
The opening of the holiday will take place at 11 o'clock. It will begin with a flash mob “Transforming the World: Innovation and a Better Life for Future Generations”, which will support Yekaterinburg's bid for the right to host EXPO-2025. The leaders of the student government will become participants in the flash mob.
At 14 o'clock the children will be shown a concert and play program. The creative teams of the region will perform on the stage. Also, kids will be able to take part in interactive games and receive gifts from the mayor's office of Yekaterinburg.
In addition, a master class zone will be open throughout the day in the Historical Square. Young participants of the event will be able to take part in the games and learn about significant events that will take place in the summer in the Ural capital. Also, kids will be able to familiarize themselves with the work of law enforcement agencies and fire and rescue services. The traffic police will organize a program dedicated to traffic rules, the Ministry of Emergency Situations will demonstrate special equipment and equipment, and the Central Military District will demonstrate military equipment and weapons.
More than 3 thousand children from 132 summer city camps will take part in the festive event dedicated to the Children's Day.