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Project: Mountain Steep Permaculture - Permacultura em Declive de Montanha
Posted by João Gonçalves over 10 years ago
O "Festival Sons, Saberes e Sabores" é um evento que se vai realizar nos dias 28 e 29 de Setembro em Chão Sobral ( concelho de Oliveira do Hospital )
As actividades vão ter lugar no Largo da Eira de Cima
Dia 28 de Setembro
20h30 Sessão de Cinema ao Ar Livre
Dia 29 de Setembro
9h Arruada pelas ruas de Chão Sobral com os Netos do Zabumba e os Trajes e Ofícios Tradicionais
10h Sons da Aldeia: A Natureza, as Danças e os Músicos da Terra
Oficinas de Saberes e Sabores, na Eira de Cima:
Queijo de Ovelha e de Cabra, Pão de Milho, Compotas, Medronho, Gastronomia
12h30 Almoço - Largo Eira de Cima
14h30 Oficinas de Saberes e Sabores, na Eira de Cima:
Licores, Xisto, Madeira, Facas, Arraiolos, Vinho
Exposição de Artesanato, Produtos da Agricultura e Ofícios da Terra
Banco de Sementes, de Ervas Aromáticas e Medicinais
17h Lanche partilhado na Eira de Cima
18h Sons da Aldeia: A Natureza, as Danças e os Músicos da Terra
Durante todo o dia irão ser passados Sons da Natureza gravados por Luís Antero
Sounds, Skills & Flavours Festival
This event is going to take place on the 28&29 September in Chao Sobral - mountain hamlet - Oliveira do Hospital municipality - central Portugal.
Sounds, films, concert, workshops, farmer´s market, local food.
Este evento tem como objetivos:
- promover o conhecimento das pessoas da comunidade, a musica, as suas habilidades do viver o dia-a-dia na serra, os produtos tradicionais da nossa aldeia.
- realizar a integração e o envolvimento das pessoas que vivem na terra com os visitantes.
- facilitar a aprendizagem de saberes, através interacção de várias gerações com actividades de interesse sociocultural e recolha e dinamização de oficinas de actividades tradicionais.
Chao Sobral tem uma comunidade de cerca de 100 pessoas, e fica localizado em declives acentuados na Serra do Acor. O seu dia-a-dia resulta de uma história com mais de 500 anos.
This event objectives:
- to promote the local people´s knowledge, the mountains sounds and musicians, their daily mountain living skills, the traditional and local products.
- to create the integration and the involvement between local villagers and visitors.
- to facilitate the learning of local skills and culture in the context of different generations sharing during traditional activities workshops.
Chao Sobral community is a 100 people hamlet standing on steep mountain slopes. It is a ongoing history of + 500 years.
Município de Oliveira do Hospital
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