After a four-year hiatus, Expo Misiones, organized by the regional branch of the Rural Association of Paraguay (ARP), will be reactivated. The exhibition will be held from September 13 to 17 at the Nemesio Vargas Fairgrounds in San Ignacio.including the business sector, the livestock sector, agriculture, services, associations and gastronomy, which are part of the ten departments of the administration.
In this session, and under the slogan “Production from the Land of Tradition,” it will seek to ensure that the exhibition has a proposal for interaction, Also referring to La Nación/Nación Media was Nicolas Peña, general coordinator of the event. He announced that business expectations for this year amount to about 3,000 million pounds.
“We want to show that livestock is one sector, trade is another, agricultural and gastronomy as well, which will enhance the excellence of the entire department and will be a reinvention of a new concept for the exhibition,” Peña said.
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With regard to animal activity, On Wednesday the 13th, the animals will be accepted and weighed to make way for the judging of the different breeds of cattle, horses and sheep the following day.. In addition, there will be artistic talks and discussions, a festival for cultural and tourism delegations, and a talent competition. The winter fairs are scheduled for Friday the 14th, and the group San Salvador, I. Alfonso, Tradition Folk, Los Charros, Pedro Muriel, and DJ Diego Martinez will be holding the winter fairs on Friday the 14th.
Between Saturday and Sunday there will be a “Festival of Missionary Traditions full of culinary art”. Such as roasted roast, lamb on the cross, cabbage, shastaka, mixture and desserts, at more than 10 gastronomic platforms. Breeders’ auctions, a sheep night, rural activities such as dressage of colts and rams, hide and bale races, and art shows are planned.
“We invite you all, as we have the Ministry of Tourism supporting us, and we will also have discounts on hotels of up to 30% and all the infrastructure to receive them.“There will also be automotive and handicraft sectors, and even a stand from a local silo. Those interested in learning more about Expo Misiones can visit the official account of the activity on Facebook,” added Peña to LN.
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