New Year’s Ice Show for orphans of the Kursk Region

11 December 2013

New Year’s festivities for orphans of the Kursk Region, held on 8 December 2013, were organised by the Art, Science and Sport Charity Foundation. They took place at the Yubileyniy Ice Rink in the town of Zheleznogorsk.

Inhabitants of the Kursk Region had a chance to enjoy two performances of The Snow Queen: the first show, for children’s homes and special care residential schools began at 1 pm. The second one, for the pupils of various art groups and sport clubs was shown at 5 pm.

“New Year is Russia’s favourite holiday. The winter magic, surprises, gifts and an exciting show should all be present in the life of every child. So the New Year’s performances for the sponsored children’s homes and residential schools are a central aspect of the Foundation’s Assistance Programme for Children’s Social Services Institutions. From year to year, the events organised by the Art, Science and Sport Charity Foundation are becoming more extensive and exciting. It is a very positive trend and we will do everything to continue fostering it,” — said the Director of the Art, Science and Sport Charity Foundation Maria Krasnikova.

In 2013 the pupils of Verkhniy Lyubazh Residential School and Novoandrosovo Children’s Home saw in the New Year with a theatre group led by Honoured Artist of Russia, Alexander Bordukov. The 2014 New Year’s show welcomed young charges from six institutions of the Kursk Region: Novoandrosovo Children’s Home, Verkhniy Lyubazh Residential School, Ivanovo Residential School, Kursk Residential School No. 2, Zheleznogorsk School for Children with Special Educational Needs, Klyukvino Special-Care Clinic and Residential School. The show was attended by 300 children. After the show, each child received a gift and a set of sweets, in accordance with their age.

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