Santiago Coboscultural coordinator of the Unzue Spacecounted in Radio Breezes all the activities offered by the place so that families can enjoy during the season and highlighted that income it is free and gratuitous and recalled that the Sanitary Pass from the age of 13.
“We are very happy to be able to open the doors,” he said. The cultural space is open from Thursday to Sunday from 5:00 p.m. With free entry. Families can enjoy music, shows, games, collective stores of the popular and social economy, gastronomic patio and among other activities.
Cobos recalled that “the Espacio Unzué reopened its doors and was enhanced after the restoration of one of the building’s rooms in 2013. And since its reopening, within the orbit of the Ministry of Social Development, the space has been used for cultural, recreational and ludic for everything that has to do with the rights of boys, girls and adolescents”.
He also indicated that with the accompaniment of ANSES there is the interactive exhibition Monstriña created by the artist María Verónica Ramírez.
In addition to cultural activities, the place works an itinerant vaccination post from Tuesday to Saturday from 9 to 15 where free vaccination is provided for people over 3 years of age in charge of the Ministry of Health of the province of Buenos Aires.
As for how the summer season is coming, Cobos stated that “we are happy that many people have come to visit and tour the city. The Espacio Unzué was not exempt from that, always due to a matter of programming and word of mouth the first week was a little difficult but luckily the last weekends we had a lot of calls of people who have visited us and of the people from Mar del Plata who enjoy it”.
Listen to the interview with Santiago Cobos on Radio Brisas