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first_imgStudents from 14 elementary schools from across the region will experience a“behind the scenes” performance of the classic holiday ballet. Old National Events Plaza and Children’s Center for Dance Education will play host to over 2,400 elementary school students Friday, December 13, 2019, at 9 AM for a special field trip performance of The Children’s Nutcracker.This educational presentation provides the student audience a “behind the scenes” experience, as the morning performance is a hybrid of set-up, dress rehearsal and fully realized show.  In addition to the classic holiday story and ballet dancing, the young audience will see and learn how set pieces are installed and curtains are hung, along with other production insights.Although CCDE has toured its Nutcracker production to Tri-State schools in the past, 2019 marks only the second year for this unique educational performance at Old National Events Plaza.“The support and excitement around this particular school performance have been outstanding.  We simply could not have imagined a full house of 2,400 students; it will be a tremendous experience for the dancers and audience alike,” said Deena Laska, founder of CCDE.While the 9 AM school performance is private, the public is encouraged to attend The Children’s Nutcracker Friday evening at 7 PM.  This year, CCDE celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Nutcracker performances in the Tri-State.What: Children’s Center for Dance Education presents The Children’s NutcrackerWhen: Friday, December 13, 2019, at 9 AM (private school performance) and 7 PM (public performance)Where: Old National Events PlazaTickets: $16.00FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Publicprivate partnerships key to the success of Silk Road Tourism

first_imgThe 6th Silk Road Ministers Meeting was held at ITB Berlin, which focused on the role of public and private sector partnerships (PPPs) in the development of tourism along the Silk Road. Participants discussed how PPPs can advance the issues of infrastructure, product development and marketing.Addressing the meeting, UNWTO Secretary-General said, “Governments must lead and direct tourism policies, but the engine behind tourism development is the private sector, and thus one cannot work without the other.”The role of PPPs was stressed by the President and CEO of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), David Scowsill, who recalled the need to create “mechanisms to promote the consultation of the private sector in decision-making and legislation.”Ministers and high-level officials from Bulgaria, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, the Czech Republic, Cambodia and Iran shared their views and experiences in this area while Kazakhstan presented the opportunities to promote the Silk Road arising from the upcoming Expo Astana 2017. Other major international events highlighted as key to forging partnerships between public and private stakeholders were the Silk Road Conference on Nomadic Tourism and Sustainable Cities (Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 13-15 October 2016) and the Global Tourism Economy Forum 2016 (Macau, China, 14-16 October 2016).At the meeting, UNWTO launched the Silk Road Action Plan for 2016/2017. The Plan, which includes priority actions in 1) marketing and promotion; 2) capacity building and 3) travel facilitation, will be further discussed at the 6th UNWTO Silk Road Task Force Meeting to be held in Urmia, Iran on 22-25 April 2016.UNWTO Affiliate Member TripAdvisor presented the TripAdvisor 2016 Travel Trends for the Silk Road. The research based on a survey of 10,678 travellers shows that 8 in 10 travellers have heard of the Silk Road and that the top ten countries associated with the Silk Road are China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Azerbaijan. The research, conducted in collaboration with UNWTO, also found that travellers would be 41% more likely to travel to the Silk Road if they could obtain a single Silk Road visa.The UNWTO Silk Road Programme is a collaborative initiative designed to enhance sustainable tourism development along the historic Silk Road routes. It aims to maximise the benefits of tourism development for local Silk Road communities while stimulating investment and promoting the conservation of the route’s natural and cultural heritage. Additionally, it is working to foster greater cooperation between Silk Road countries and regions, with the established aim of creating a seamless and memorable Silk Road travel experience.last_img read more