With the latest travel restrictions and hotel closures throughout the Community of Valencia, you may be wondering what activities you can do in your free time. Don’t worry, because the calendar for the next few weeks is filled with fun activities all without having to leave Cumbre del Sol! Who said they were bored?!

“Foto Dona” Photography Contest

March 8th, International Women’s Day, is just around the corner. And, as usual, many activities are celebrated with the aim of recognising women’s role in society. One of them is the Foto Dana photography contest, organised by the City Council of Benitachell.

Interested in participating? Take a photo of one or more women at any moment in their lives, and if they are from Benitachell, even better! Of course, don’t forget that they must be of legal age. Do you already have an idea of who you’d like to feature? Move quickly; you have until February 19th to participate!

III Micropoetry “El Poble Nou en Vers” Contest

Continuing with our suggestions for cultural activities, we invite you to participate in the III Micropoetry “El Poble Nou en Vers” Contest. Bring out your inner poet and get into writing!

There are two categories: one for adults and one for those under 16. In both cases, you can submit up to 3 micropoems that are between 4 and 6 verses. And remember to submit it before March 5. Put on your creative hat and start thinking about what your poems are going to be about!

The Technological ADL Activities

The Technological ADL program organised by Creama Xàbia seeks to promote the digitization of companies through free training. During the coming weeks there are many events that have been organized as part of this program. From motivational interviews to sessions to learn how to create your own podcast or communicate through video call applications. Find the scheduling here.

Activities for children under 16

Among the leisure activities we are suggesting, there are plenty of options for the youngest members of the family! Let them bring out their most creative side with the “Storytelling Mascot” contest. To participate they will have to write a story that takes place in the streets of Benitachell and whose protagonist is one of the library’s mascots.

If the little ones prefer reading to writing, the library also organises a “Reading Challenge 2021“. What is the objective they will have to meet? Read a book a month and record a video of themselves talking about it. Sounds like fun, doesn’t it?

Enjoy with all these proposals for social distancing activities that we suggest for the coming weeks! Staying at home doesn’t have to be boring. And remember to keep a close eye on our blog and our Instagram and Facebook profiles so you don’t miss anything.

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