We will listen to the story of a tireless and resourceful mouse, who meets different animals on his adventures and gets involved in puzzling situations with them, which he successfully solves with some common sense and plenty of humor.
The story will be told by Anja Kocman and Sara Fabjan, who both trained as storytellers at the Storytelling School of the Storytelling Variety.
We are preparing the event in cooperation with the Grable Cultural Society.
The Ivan Grohar Gallery can accommodate a maximum of 10 visitors, taking into account the appropriate interpersonal distance. The first 10 who will come to the gallery on Saturday will be able to listen to the fairy tale. The use of a protective mask is mandatory for everyone.
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