In order to promote the habit of reading and in homage to the 170th anniversary of the appointment of Managua as the Capital of the Republic of Nicaragua, this Saturday, February 5, the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, opened the doors of the new children's library " Los Carlitos” at the Ramona López Community Cultural Center, located in Villa Guadalupe.
The inauguration was presided over by the Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado, who reiterated the development that this community has had, "here is history in Villa Guadalupe, let's remember how it was before and how it is now, we are very happy because we are inaugurating library number 13 as Mayor, this is part of the commitment that our Good Government of Commander Daniel has and our Vice President, Compañera Rosario, bears the name of Commander Carlos Fonseca, let us remember the concern so that the most dispossessed have access to learning”.
“Los Carlitos” has a bibliographic set of 1,000 books, which will be available to children and adolescents from Villa Guadalupe and surrounding neighborhoods. Library users will be able to attend from Monday, February 7, and will be served by specialized library staff from 8:00 in the morning to 3:00 in the afternoon.
In addition, the Archaeological Exhibition Hall was reopened with the name of Doctor Julián N. Guerrero, an outstanding historian who has since died, which contains 21 archaeological pieces discovered in the subsoil of Villa Guadalupe, when this urbanization was being carried out by the Municipality, he affirmed. Clemente Guido, Director of Historical Heritage of the Commune.
Julián N. Guerrero was the husband of Lolita Soriano Estrada, who is celebrating her 100th birthday and whose name bears the Villa Guadalupe square, Lolita Soriano widow of Guerrero, where the Library and the Archaeological Hall are located today.
Within the inauguration program, families also enjoyed the national music performed by the Otto de la Rocha children's musical ensemble.