Connecting Though Culture is another activity organised by the Ta' Xbiex Local Council led by young mayor Max Zammit. This time the activity will be taken into international dimension through an event based on intercultural dialogue.
Connecting Through Culture
Ta' Xbiex is by many considered as the embassy capital of Malta, whereas it is undoubtedly the locality that hosts the largest number of foreign embassies and embassy residencies in the Maltese Islands. For this particular cause the Ta' Xbiex Local Council for the first time ever involved all the embassies in Ta' Xbiex in order to organise this event on two separate evenings, and is going to be held on the 18th and 19th of July in the Yacht Marina carpark, with the full participation of the respectiveembassies, from 8pm onwards. This activity is supported and co-financed by the Parliamentary Secretariat for Local Government and Valletta 2018 Foundation.
For this event each embassy will have either a stand of food and drink, or will be delivering an artistic performance on stage. Food and drink will be served for those present, with the main aim being to give a taste of different food and delicacies from around the globe. Highlighting the evening will be a variety show with performances from local and international artists which will be coming to Malta exclusively for this event. The participating embassies will be Italy, United Kingdom, Australia, Turkey, Egypt, Ireland, Greece, Austria, Netherlands and Spain.
An interesting event which will be attracting a number of foreigners to Ta' Xbiex and Msida, considering also the fact that within a few metres away there is the Msida feast of St Joseph, with the usual pyrotechnic displays and band marches that this feast is famous for. The Ta' Xbiex Local Council would like to take this opportunity to thank the Msida Local Council and the district police for supporting this event. A unique event that should not be missed.