A talented person, an extraordinary personality, madly in love with his native land, Viktor Kovalenko, is a musician, poet and bard, who due to military aggression was forced to leave his native Bashtanka region and move to Kropyvnytskyi.


"I have seen many parks in cities, but this is the first time I see a city in the park," - this is how the famous French politician Charles De Gaulle once described the capital of Ukraine. This statement is closely related to the environmental campaign "City in the Park", which has been taking place in the Mykolaiv region since April.


The whole European community marks these days with a symbol on the chest - the Poppy of Remembrance. It is also our national sign of memory of those who defended and are defending the Ukrainian land today, who gave their lives for our future.


It was presented to the library immediately after the end of the live broadcast with a unique and talented girl, which was prepared and conducted by Hanna Serhienko and Pavlo Moskaliov.


You always want to know its secret and magic, it is a symbol of the infinity of life, a symbol of the Great Water, the beauty of the south of Ukraine, the blue-eyed "Tavrijka". Tavria painting is an art about family values.


Thanks to the Cultural and Artistic Association "Art-Spokusa", all those willing had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the true mystery of national Pysankarstvo (Easter egg painting). 


The war affected all spheres of public life without exception, touched every citizen of Ukraine. Librarians have accepted all the challenges created by the war and are jointly looking for solutions to overcome the current problems and threats.


From now on, users of the Central City Library named after M.L. Kropyvnytskyi have the opportunity to learn about the history and today's life of the Mykolaiv Court of Appeals.


The team of the Central City Library named after M.L. Kropyvnytskyi is glad to be a partner of the sister library from Kharkiv in the organization and holding of the literary competition "The stones can speak".


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