Carnival of diversity aims to entertain all in El Rosario
El Rosario is organising the VI Meeting of Carnival for Diversity, an event designed for the whole family.
All residents are being encouraged to attend and especially, older folk and the disabled so they can enjoy this type of festivity as much as others.
The event takes place on Saturday, March 3rd, starting at 5pm in the “José Martín Martín” Sports Pavilion of Lomo Pelado and will include performances by the adult murga group, Ni Pico Ni Corto (third prize of Interpretation in the Adult Murgas contest of the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife 2018), the Cheerleaders Lusam Fit, the “Sobrea Ruedas” dance group of the Asociación Queremos Movernos, the Judith Rojo ballet, Disney characters, the Dautaka batucada, and the soloist Falo Rodríguez.
This year, continuing with the policy of bringing this event to the different areas of the municipality in each edition, the place chosen for the celebration of this party will be the Lomo Pelado pavilion, moving from Terrero Municipal de Llano del Moro, where it was held last year.
Councillor for Social Action and Equality, María de los Ángeles Rodríguez, explains that, with the sixth edition of this Carnival celebration “the objective is to promote the participation and integration of the group of people with disabilities in El Rosario, with the rest of society through events that facilitate inter-personal relationships.”
It is intended to bring the party to those people who, in general, find it more difficult to travel to municipalities such as Santa Cruz to enjoy the main festival of the island. He also stressed that, as happened in other years, El Rosario council will make available adapted transport for people with reduced mobility who wish to attend the festival.