Olympus Tours Foundation, aiming for social development and training towards it, continues to offer its headquarters for activities focused on promoting citizens participation in matters of public interest. Therefore; during the 3rd of October it hosted the practical workshop on the creation of strategies to get allies and donors before the approach of the International Day “A Day to Give”. The workshop, which multiple civil associations attended, was offered by the Association Colectivo Impacto Social.
The closing of the La Tlacuila´s group creative writing workshop took place at the headquarters of the Olympus Tours Foundation on August 22, 2018. It was a night of readings of the best texts produced in the workshop, night of songs and reflections, laughter and nostalgia. The musicians Paola Padua and Andrés Avendaño, contributed to offer a such endearing evening.
La Tlacuila since 2009 is part of the National Program of Reading Rooms of CONACULTA, as a volunteer and non-profit project.
Through this type of events held at the Foundation’s headquarters, love for reading and creative learning is fostered.
The headquarters of the Foundation hosted a series of lectures given by medical specialists and professionals from Red Down Mexico with the aim of providing tools and accurate information to family members, teachers and professionals who are in contact with children with Down syndrome; create a space that allows the exchange of information on health and welfare issues.
The lecture of March 16 and June 8 addressed the most common problems of children and were mostly focused on prevention and basic care, on strategies of how to educate children in a loving and firm way, on the importance of encourage their autonomy, the value of teaching them to say “NO” as a tool to prevent child sexual abuse and also about physical therapies and rehabilitation.
Olympus Tours Foundation in agreement with the Proyectos Educativos de Arte, from March 21 to June 30, 2018 presents at its headquarters the exhibition “Lapses and nostalgia” of Rubén Maya, a Mexican painter from Queretaro.
The inaugural act was attended by the wonderful voices of the Quantum Beat group by CoralCun and the presence of the proffesor Abraham Guerrero Escobar, who introduced the audience to the Ruben´s Maya work.
The exhibition is part of the educational and cultural projects of the Olympus Tours Foundation and on this occasion, members of the deaf community of our city have been benefited by the educational graphic workshops, given by Marycarmen Pérez Rodríguez, director of Divertimento Visual Arts Workshop within the framework of the exhibition. Guided tours of organized groups of students from Cancun have also been offered.