International Rabbit Day will become the main topic of the cultural and entertaining programme in Feldman Ecopark this weekend, September 28-29.
“Rabbits are not just very nice creatures, but also funny, cheerful and inimitable pets. There are nearly 200 species of rabbits in the worlds, including 50 fancy ones. For example, a rabbit is a symbol of stability, prosperity and welfare in Japan. There are special cafés for the owners of rabbits and their pets in this country. They also have stylish rabbit garments shows and even the island of Ōkunoshima inhabited only by rabbits, which is very popular among tourists. On the fourth Saturday of September, all rabbit fans celebrate the day of these animals. So we invite everyone to cheerfully celebrate the Rabbit Day in our Social and Humanitarian Multi-Complex,” the organizers of the festivities tell.
9.50 a.m. — dance greeting;
10 a.m. — Cheerful Morning!: morning exercises with cartoon heroes for the youngest visitors;
11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. – educational and entertaining programme “Once upon a time there lived rabbits” for children and parents;
12.45 p.m., 2.45 p.m. – Mini-disco with cartoon heroes;
1.30 p.m. — learning of steps of the Four Steps dance for a massive flash mob at the Chrysanthemum Ball.
The Theatre of Children and Animals is going to present a performance Aladdin on Saturday (starting at 11.30 a.m.), while on Sunday, they will show Forest School (11 a.m.) and Cheerful Kaleidoscope (11.30 a.m.).