A re-enactment of a traditional Maltese Wedding of the past

The Culture Committee within St. Catherine's Musical Society of Zurrieq are extending an invitation to all Maltese and Foreigners to be their guests for a typical Maltese wedding of the past, which is being held in the picturesque narrow roads of Zurrieq on Sunday 20 th May, 2007.
The activity will commence in Republic Square, which is the Main Square of Zurrieq, at 10.00am. There, everyone will accompany the bride and groom in their traditional wedding march through Carmel Street. Various installations of traditional Maltese workmanship and crafts will be exhibited on the way. All of this will be enjoyed along with the sound of live music and Maltese folklore singing. ( Ghana Malti.)
The wedding ceremony will be held on the pave of St. Andrew's Chapel where it can be followed closely by the crowd. This Chapel was built in the same era, thus making a perfect venue for such an activity.
A reception will be held after the wedding ceremony, in the most wonderful environment, unique to the Maltese Islands, which is the area of the Xarolla Windmill. The newlyweds will go around greeting all guests accompanied by their respective parents. Folklore music, folklore singing and folklore dancing will surely transfer every mind to the 16 th century.
Food will be served only to those, holders of the food tickets who will enjoy a variety of traditional Maltese Cuisine. Ticket costs LM 3.00. (LM 5.00 including Xarolla Windmill tour)
Ticket hotline: 7906 5985, email: culturescbc@gmail.com
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