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VII International Gavrilin Festival is to be held in Vologda from October 1 through December 4.

The festival is named after Valery Gavrilin, the great Russian composer, People's artist of Russia who was born in Vologda.

Students from Cherepovets won at the 5th International Festival “Roses of Obzor”, Bulgaria.

The 5th International Festival “Roses of Obzor” was held in Obzor, at the seaside in hospitable and sunny Bulgaria from July 31 to August 14. It attracted most talented and promising children and youth in the field of arts.

Tatyana Watson, granddaughter of Vladimir Bryanchaninov was awarded a medal of the Holy Monk Demetrius Prilutsky at the Sophia Cathedral, Vologda.

Every year Tatyana Watson comes from Australia to visit Bryanchaninovs' country estate, a unique monument of history and culture of the Federal value.

Mr. Kuvshinnikov visited Tot’ma town to congratulate its residents on Totma's 880th anniversary.

The history of Tot’ma is also the story of many outstanding people - seafarers, merchants, poets and artists. One of the oldest in Russia, it is known as a town of museums and seafarers. In the second half of the 18th century, 20 expeditions left from Totma. One of the most important led to the discovery of the Commander Islands and the Aleutian Islands off the coast of Alaska.

Vologda Oblast Governor Oleg Kuvshinnikov took part in the launch of a new glassware production line in Chagoda District.

Today the new glassware production line has been launched at the Smerdomsky glass-works that was established in the district 120 years ago.

Vologda will become ex-libris capital of Russia on August 22-26.

Being the cultural capital of the Russian North, Vologda will host the 6th All-Russian Ex-libris Exhibition on August 22-26. It will feature ex-libris creations from many Russian regions and such CIS-countries as Belarus, Ukraine, Estonia and Kazakhstan. After the congress all the works will be donated to the Vologda Picture Gallery.