The governor of Santa Fe, Omar Perotti and the mayor of Rosario, Paul Javkinwill preside this Monday in Rosario the central act of Flag Day, which will include a parade of ex-combatants from Malvinas, and various artistic shows.
Meanwhile, this Sunday National Monument to the Flag presented projections of lights that “dress him” with the light blue and white colors of the national symbol.
The singers Soledad Pastorutti Y George Fandermole They will sing the song Aurora and the National Anthem, together with the musical band of the Santa Fe Police.
The act will have the presence of daughters and sons of ex-combatants in Malvinas, who will carry the national flag to the main mast of the Monument.
Then, more than 1,200 ex-combatants from all over the country will star in the traditional parade, as part of the 40 years of the war for the Malvinas Islands.
After noon, artistic shows will be offered in the Parque Nacional a la Bandera, plus the traditional barbecue contest and artisan fairs.
In order to facilitate attendance at the many scheduled activities, the municipality ordered that the urban passenger transport service be free, between 7:00 and 7:00 p.m.