San Pedro Alcántara will live from September 23 to 25 a complete program of institutional, cultural and religious events on the occasion of its twinning with the municipality of Arenas de San Pedro, with which it will ratify its union in an extraordinary plenary session.

The deputy mayor, Javier García, today attended the presentation of the agenda of events, among which there will also be an outing of the Patron Saint. The mayor, accompanied by the older brother of the
Brotherhood, Juan Andrés Gómez, has highlighted that the intention is “for citizens to participate actively, like the residents of Arenas de San Pedro so that they feel received as they deserve.”

In addition, he recalled that last April a delegation from the municipality traveled to Arenas de San Pedro and that now “this link, which has always existed, is going to be sealed for future

García, who has stressed that without the brotherhood of San Pedro “this would not have been possible, because they have been the promoters of the initiative with the collaboration of the City Council”, has detailed that the
On Friday, September 23, the Corporation from Ávila will carry out “a visit to ours at the Marbella Town Hall and in the afternoon, at the Mayor’s Office in San Pedro”. In addition to a
Holy Mass, in the afternoon, at 7:30 p.m., there will be a Parade, which will animate the center and at 8:00 p.m., a floral offering to the Patron Saint, followed by a performance by a folkloric group from Arenas de
San Pedro and a joint performance by the municipal music band of the town of Avila and the local group, starting at 8:30 p.m.

On the other hand, on Saturday, September 24, the inauguration of the Plaza Arenas de San Pedro will take place, in the location proposed by the Brotherhood of the Patron Saint, next to the Center for Social Rights. “At 11:30 a.m. it will be the culminating moment of the institutional acts with the ratification of the twinning with Arenas de San Pedro, at the Trapiche de Guadaiza Cultural Center.”

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