New Year is considered to be a magical time when fairy tales and their characters can come alive. United World Cultures Foundation has made a travel route plan and as a New Year’s express started our journey between festive stations.
The first station on our route is the New Year’s Fairy Tale at Rodyna Social Rehabilitation Centre. Local kids greeted us in character costumes and graced our journey with numerous riddles, songs, dances, laughter, jokes and a prepared performance. All mums and dads, teachers, guests were watching the boys and girls with true delight.
“The wonderful New Year’s day has come again and look at our Christmas Tree – how many toys and decorations! Happy New Year! We wish you all to have merry winter holidays! Wish happiness and joy to all the kids and everyone here! We can see today how grown-up, smart and beautiful you are! We are proud of you and wish you good health, good luck and happiness throughout the upcoming year. And now we have another festive thing to do – give gifts and sweets to the fairy-tale characters and all people present here at this celebration”, said Liudmyla Lysenko, manager of UWCF’s projects and programs, in her opening speech.
For the UWCF’s further trip to be nice and joyful, the fairy-tale characters gave us a parting gift – a wonderful New Year’s dance.
New Year’s celebration always means good mood, positive emotions and unforgettable experiences. Today, the most extraordinary things turn out to be possible – even wonders. Don’t you believe? Just check out the bright and colourful report by the photo magician Maryna Yaremenko from Zyfra Photo Studio.