Last Saturday, the annual Pārdaugava festival took place in the Arcadia Park offering a varied cultural and leisure programme. For the first time, the festival featured a special charity event for children with movement disorders.
The event was organised with the support of the charity fund BeOpen and in cooperation with the Riga Catholic Gymnasium, which transformed its territory into a wonderful Dunno’s garden with witty clowns and joyful music and dance performances. Visitors were also invited to participate in creative workshops as well as to enjoy other pleasant surprises.
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