July 14, 2018 - Among the 120 volunteers, the young people who supported the organization of the 26th Kotor Children's Theater Festival is a large number of activists from NGO Our Action. them, there will not be much time for rest. The festival has just finished, and new summer obligations are already coming. Our action this summer is organized by a volunteer camp, and supporters have come from Belgium. The goal: a more beautiful and functional yard and sports ground for the Veljko Drobnjaković Primary School in Risan.
July 7, 2018 – The Administration of Kotor has launched a new cultural program for summer 2018 named Open Kotor Squares, allocating 20.000 euro for this purpose. The concept of the program is to provide a space for professional and amateur artists for open performances to the public. With this initiative, the Kotor Department of Culture, Sport and Community Activities aims to bring the arts of klapa singing, chamber music, choirs, folklore dancing, street theater and carnival back to the Kotor Old Town squares promoting good old cultural traditions of the town. From July 2 to September 9, you can meet local artists painting, playing, singing and dancing for you.
In addition, another cultural program dedicated to Kotor's past – Course of Boka Life – will be presented on the squares of the old town and at the San Giovanni fortification square 230m above Kotor revealing historical traditions of the local community. Everyone who wants to become part of the Boka historical era can join the KOTOR WALL QUEST to learn medieval crafts, fights, and costumes. Played around the downtown streets and popular in the east of Adriatic coast, briškula and treset card games are open for anyone to join.
Visit Kotor this summer!
July 1, 2018 - The town of Kotor's keys will be handed over to the children this evening at 21:00 to start their governance of the town on its adventure "Around the World" - the 26th Kotor Festival of Theatre for Children. With more than 75 programs and participants from 28 countries, this year's festival confirms that Kotor hosts the most important children's theatre festival in this part of Europe.
July 1, 2018 - The status of Kotor on the UNESCO World Heritage list is unchanged, but Montenegro must decide whether to follow the instructions in the future to protect the unique universal value of that area or the Boka bay area will be irreversibly destroyed, excluded from the order of the civilized nations and enrolled in the list of barbarians, said Vladimir Jokić, the first man in the Kotor municipality.