In the evening of February 24 in the cinema lecture hall of the Central City Library named after M.L. Kropyvnytskyi residents of Mykolaiv communicated with art critic and art historian Kostyantyn Doroshenko.
On February 24, on the second anniversary of the beginning of the criminal full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, at the initiative of the leading librarian of the user service department of the Central City Library named after M.L. Kropyvnytskyi Oleksandra Romashova, the cozy hall of the Center for Contemporary Reading "Marko" gathered poetry connoisseurs for a meeting with Anastasia Petrova.
The cultural and artistic association "Art-spokusa" headed by Valentyna Kryvtsova organized a day of psychological relief and artrelaxation for regular visitors of library master classes.
On February 21, the "BIT" library theater of the Central City Library named after M.L. Kropyvnytskyi was invited to visit the Mykolaiv Lyceum named after Oleh Olzhych. Pupils and the teaching staff watched the performance "Warm Lamp Junta" based on the poems of the poet and warrior Hlib Babich.
Until now, she had no experience working with adults. However, she willingly agreed to the proposal of the library team. According to her personal observation, the situation with people's desire to speak exclusively Ukrainian has undergone fundamental changes, compared to how it developed before the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Mykolaiv, Russified one day, prefers to speak Ukrainian. The actions of the occupiers in Ukraine radically changed people's attitude towards everything Russian: music, literature, cinema and the language of communication.
He was born in October 1969 in Uzhhorod. Dad's military profession determined his son's life choices. After graduating from secondary school, Pavlo Saenko becomes a cadet at the Khmelnytskyi Military School.