Hundreds of people visited the second edition of the Anaga Traditions Market held yesterday around the Infobox, Pedro Schwartz Avenue and Ramón Guillermo Cruz Cabrera Square. This was announced by the mayor of Santa Cruz, José Manuel Bermúdez, who explained that “San Andrés has once again hosted a festive day that has brought together hundreds of neighbors and visitors and which has coincided with the celebration of the second Traditions Market of Anaga and the Santa Cruz Extreme sports event.”
In this sense, Bermúdez highlighted that “the variety of activities proposed for this weekend in San Andrés, designed for all audiences, has encouraged citizens to enjoy a splendid day and from which commerce and industry have also benefited.” restoration”.
For her part, the CEO of the Development Society, Carmen Pérez, explained that “we have seen a new success in participation, in which hundreds of neighbors and visitors have come to San Andrés to enjoy this Traditions and Market. in which we have had an exhibition area featuring more than a dozen producers and artisans, several revitalization areas with activities aimed at all families, among which the workshops, storytelling, traditional games and puppets stood out and which has been complemented with musical performances and parades.”
Pérez explained that “the objective was to promote, preserve and disseminate the Canarian culture and traditions, hence a dozen agri-food producers and artisans exhibited their products, among which were honeys, cheeses and typical costumes.” He added that “these were producers and artisans who carry out their activity in the Anaga massif and coastline, especially those with activity in the territory within the scope of the Sustainable and Integrated Urban Development Strategy – Anaga in the Heart of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. “: Anaga District and the neighborhoods of Urbanización Anaga, Barrio Nuevo and Barrio de La Salud.”
Regarding the programming, he noted that “the children’s area was once again one of the busiest and where very educational activities were developed such as the gofio and Canarian bracelet making workshops, in addition to the exhibition of Canarian toys” and added that “ These workshops were complemented by other face painting workshops with the theme of the sea.”