Regional Museum of History Burgas and "Cyril and Methodius" School launch a joint project on the eve of Christmas.
"Future reinvents the past" is the project’s headline.
Young artists will draw exhibits from the museum’s archaeological, natural-history and ethnographic expositions.
The drawings will be offered as souvenirs for the museum great anniversary during 2012 - 100 years museum institution in Burgas.
They will be presented on an exhibition and a charity bazaar to raise funds for the renovation of the museum facilities.
The project will engage students headed by the teachers: Dotka Kalacheva, Yordan Petrov, Atanas Stoyanov and Tanya Stoyanova. Students of Mrs. Kalacheva will create also graphic design for a poster, logo and plaque.
"Future reinvents the past" is only a prelude to the rich and interesting program of events and initiatives that will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the museum institution in Burgas.
On occasion of St. Nicholas Day Regional Museum Burgas congratulate everyone connected to the sea, the citizens of Burgas and all baring Saint Nicolas name!
We would like to invite You to take part on our the holiday program dedicated to St.Nicolas Day - 06.12.2010 from 10:30 in the Ethnographic complex (69 Slavyanska Str.)
1. Inauguration of St. Nicolas's holiday ritual dishes.
2. Performance by children from kindergarten "Detelina" - Burgas - Group "Sluncho", headed by Vanya Panayotova and Lily Dimova
3. Exhibition of children's works dedicated to the Sea and Burgas
St. Nicholas the Wonderworker is one of the most righteous Christian saints, honoured since ancient times in the settlements along the Bay of Burgas and regarded as a master of the sea, tamer of storms and sea elements. It is believed that the saint Wonderworker is sailing on a golden ship and he can be always found at the place where people are in need of assistance.
The tradition dictates that no fisherman, sailor or member of their families may work on St. Nicholas Day, and neither shall any vessel or boat enter into the sea, except for the ritual of remembrance.
On the table at home people put a dish called Ribnik – it is made out of carp stuffed with rice, bulgur, walnuts and raisins, cooked coated in batter. Over the dough the spine, tail and head of the fish are outlined. On the table the Ribnik dish is broken so as to preserve the head bones in the shape of a cross, which is cast into the sea for health and wellbeing.
On Friday, 25.November 2011 at 14:30 in the Historical Exposition of Regional Museum Burgas (31 Lermontov str.), the exhibition "Gardens of Tolstoy. The Russian and Bulgarian Yasna Polyana" will be opened to the public. The National history and nature reserve "House-Museum Tolstoy" situated in the village of Yasna Polyana, Tula Region, Russia, is a guest of Regional Museum Burgas with an exhibition dedicated to the life and philosophical ideas of the great Russian humanist, writer and defender of the Bulgarian people, Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy. The exhibition features themes of his works, as well as presents special moments from his family life. Special attention is paid to the apple gardens in the Russian village Yasna Polyana, first designed by Tolstoy himself in his mansion, which exists today as the largest house-museum in the world.
From 14.11.2011 all four expositions of RIM - Burgas have new opening time for visitors: Monday-Friday - 10:00 to 16:45.
Every Monday students and seniors can visit the museum free of charge.
On 6.December (St. Nicholas Day) - Day of Burgas, the museum will be welcoming all visitors free of charge.
The conservator at RIM Burgas Mr.Ivan Arabadzhiev came to show up to his colleagues from the Natural History Museum with his find - a huge puffball mushroom. It is commonly known as Giant puffball (Calvatia gigantea), with a circumference of 115 cm, found in the locality "Rakov Dol" near the village of Drachevo, Municipality Sredets.
For 15 years already, the last day of October marks the anniversary of the Strategic Action Plan on Protection and Conservation of the Black Sea. That's why October 31 was declared International Day of the Black Sea.
In recent years, there is a disturbing trend that the Black Sea ecosystem is highly vulnerable to impacts such as pollution, excessive fishing, unsustainable fishing and coastal development. All these threats can lead to the occurrence of irreversible changes that would transform life throughout the region.
On the occasion of the International Day of the Black Sea in the Natural History Museum (30 K. Fotinov st.) from 14:00 hours, we invite you to the opening of an exhibition containing paintings by students headed by Mrs. Dotka Kalacheva from the Burgas School "St.st. Cyril and Methodius".
[img right]uploads/images/fauna/87656789.jpg[/img]Black Sea is a home of three dolphin species – the Common Dolphin, the Common Bottlenose Dolphin called Afalina and the Harbour Porpoise known in Bulgaria as Mutkur. They are all protected species and are very vulnerable to accidental entanglement in fishing nets and pollution.
Mr. Gradimir Gradev, who is an expert from the Federation of nature-conservation NGOs "Green Balkans", will hold a multimedia presentation under the title "Dolphins in the Black Sea and methods from their research." The lecture will begin at 14:30 in the hall of the Natural History Museum in Burgas.