In March, Logos Hope will arrive at Mexico!
Logos Hopes is a floating library that goes around the world since February 2009. The ship has 132m length and has more than 500.000 books. So far the program had more than 46 millions people on it. It’s operated by a private, non-profit, charitable organization in Germany.
This year the ship will arrive at 4 different ports in Mexico.
First it will arrive at Veracruz from March 26th and will stay docked until May 28th. Then it will go to Tampico, Coatzacoalcos and Progresso. After Progresso, the ship will leave for another country. It will be around mexico for 3 months.
The ship offers a playground, workshops, plays, concerts, conferences and other cultural events. The project offers free entrance to children and seniors, and for the rest of the public it will be a paid event, but so far the prices weren’t decided.
Below, you can see some photos of the ports that the ship will arrive:
Spanish link: https://jobs.gaijinpot.com/index/view/job_id/125952?utm_campaign=jobmail&utm_medium=email&utm_source=jobmail_2018-02-22#.Wo-Pv6jFKUk
Logos Hopes has been to Japan in 2014.
Article in Japanese: http://www.christiantoday.co.jp/articles/13283/20140510/logos-hope.htm