On Saturday, 13 September 2014 the European Cooperation Day was celebrated by ENPI Estonia-Latvia-Russia Programme 2007-2013 in Estonia, Sangaste castle in co-operation with trilateral project “Preserve not to lose”. Celebration was marked with many undertakings significant for Sangaste Castle and whole region. The Winter Garden what has been reconstructed in frame of the project was opened again after 70 years and gives now romantic atmosphere to the popular tourism object and historical heritage. Read more
With three similar events Estonia-Latvia-Russia CBC Programme is marking European Cooperation Day (EC Day) this year. Joint cleaning activities and preservation actions will be held in Sangaste (Estonia) on 13 September, Dedovichi (Pskov Oblast, Russia) on 25 September and Balvi (Latvia) on 30 September. Historical Sangaste Castle swings and benches and mini-stage around Balvi Grand Oak, as well new tourism map and information boards about Knjazi Gorki Manor and church of the Prophet Elijah of year 1833 in Dedovichi District – all are produced and will be newly installed in project „Preserve not to lose”, which is this year's flagship project and coorganizer of EC Day, sites. As integral part of the EC Day celebration digital expositions and renovated historical premises in all three sites will be opened. Read more
On 12 September cross-border cooperation Project “Promoting nature education as efficient mean of awareness raising” (People with nature) held an information session devoted to the European Cooperation Day 2014. This info-activity became a part of big project event in Pskov, Russia, - final conference of the Project and took place during the opening of the Exhibition of schoolchildren’s creative works, prepared for the international competition which lasted for over a year. Read more
This and other questions young writers and artists from Vilani, Karsava and Slisselburg attempted to ask and answer while participating in a camp “Art Has No Borders” in Karsava. The camp was organised within the Latvia – Russia Cross Border Cooperation Project “Forget a Hurry” and lasted from 18 till 22 August. The participants of the camp had an opportunity to attend creative workshops, develop their creative potential and get acquainted with Latvian and Latgalian culture.