Copyright and Crafts show at the Medieval Market Zurgena the 12, 13 and 14 December.

Above 30 authentic crafts stalls will be installed in the Plaza del Olmo with taverns, music, juggling and a playroom.

The village of Zurgena this weekend will back several centuries in time thanks to II Medieval Market to be held from Friday 12 December until Sunday, day 14 the same month in the Plaza del Olmo. Above 30 Copyright craft stalls will be installed in the town accompanied by taverns, live music and juggling shows through this initiative promoted by the Department of Culture of the Municipality of Zurgena.

From this Friday (during business hours 6:00 to 22:00) and throughout the weekend (from 11:00 to 14:00 and 17:00 to 22:00), Zurgena neighbors and visitors will have a unique opportunity to stroll through this space set in medieval times where, next to the shopping and leisure, workshops for children to attend to develop their own handicrafts are made. Also, Medieval Market visiting for the second consecutive year the municipality, has a playroom where children can have fun while their parents enjoy the event.

Music also be starring this year, since it will accompany the fire shows to be held in the evenings and market ambientará. For over two troubadours days, characters and jugglers will enliven the event and cheer to neighbors and visitors from across the region.

Councillor for Culture and Sports City of Zurgena, Noelia Garcia, recalled "the success of the edition, to the delight of hundreds of visitors ", so he invited "all zurgeneros and residents of the region and province to re-Zurgena to enjoy an unprecedented show: first class craftsmanship with medieval music and performances Zurgena ". A proposal "that sits on the wide cultural and leisure offer in our town and it will be continued with the programming of the different proposed program of activities prepared for Christmas", underlined the head of Culture and Sports, Noelia Garcia.

From the Association for the Improvement of Traditional Handicrafts and Current (APPOINTMENTS), have thanked the City of Zurgena that has true craftsmen for this event recalling that "many people who visited us last year the market expected products factory or imported from Third World countries, as those offered in most of these markets, "and yet" they were surprised by the authenticity and variety of handicrafts in this event ". An unprecedented offer that will return to the streets this year Zurgena.