The Provincial Council of Almería continues to promote intergenerational leisure spaces among all family members through educational workshops in different municipalities of the province. Recently, the town of Sierro hosted the first session of the family artisan bread workshop, which will later also be held in the municipalities of Bacares, Serón, Partaloa, Lubrín and Los Gallardos.
This initiative is part of Family Planning ‘Boosting Families’ 2023, which aims to be a strategic tool for family actions in the province of Almería. In this sense, the activities are designed from a global and transversal perspective.
Within this planning, the “Rural Tradition” family project is included, which seeks to recover, in a playful way and through workshops, the knowledge of rural traditions and customs of the province of Almería. These represent a perspective of the value of families in rural areas and offer them alternatives for leisure and training to promote better living conditions in order to avoid rural depopulation.
The objectives of these workshops are:
Create educational leisure spaces in the family environment.
Recover, in a playful way, the knowledge of the recipes for making artisanal bread.
Promote healthy eating habits.
The representative of Equality and Family, Ana Lourdes Ramírez, explained that “this workshop aims to promote the learning of the management and use of traditional and rural bread making by families, encouraging new generations to acquire this knowledge and skills. necessary manuals to carry it out, while creating shared time and experiences among all members of the family nucleus.”
These artisan bread making workshops will be held in municipal offices of the following municipalities with less than 20,000 inhabitants. Registration is free and whoever wishes to participate must contact each council:
Bacares: October 31.
Serón: November 3.
Partaloa: November 18.
Lubrín: December 2.
Los Gallardos: December 27.