A year ago, on January 4, 2021, the talented writer and journalist Serhii Gavrylov passed away. Our library and Serhii Ivanovych had close friendly links. We had many events with his active participation.


The sad news shocked all cultural community of Mykolaiv region on January 3.


On December 22 the Central City Library named after M.L. Kropyvnytskyi presented the audio collection "Mykolaiv of My Childhood". It is created on the memories of childhood of Mykolaiv citizens, library readers.


Central Library named after M.L. Kropyvnytskyi has been collaborating with Olena Mitriasova for many years, who is a well-known Ukrainian scientist, doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor of ecology at the Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University. Olena Petrivna's research interests and professional activity are connected with a wide range of teaching courses in chemical, ecological and pedagogical fields.


Crossroads, the cozy light of night windows and lanterns - whether summer or autumn, or winter, and maybe spring, you go and admire the city in which you live or still dream to live in.


"To know him is a joy, to be in circle of his friends is a pride, because every meeting with him enriches us," said journalist Yurii Skyba about Mykola Troianov.


On December 14, 2021 the information session "Support for local authors under the city complex program" Culture" took place in the Mykolaiv city council. The event was organized by Department of Culture and Cultural Heritage Protection of Mykoaliv City Council (Head Yurii Lubarov). During the event, specialists of the Central City Library named after M.L. Kropivnitskyi headed by the director, the Honored Journalist of Ukraine Inha Khorzhevska, presented local history books published under the city complex program "Culture" in 2021 to the deputy corps of the Mykolaiv city council of VIII convocation.


This year the books of three well-known Mykolaiv citizens who are no longer with us, namely Serhii Gavrylov, Volodymyr Puchkov and Alexander Topchii, were published; they are "Circus. Camping Trip. Union", "Acacias Southern Accent", "In the First-person".


December 3 is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. And today an unusual event dedicated to beauty, talent and strength of spirit took place in the Central City Library named after M.L.Kropyvnytskyi. The Regional Charitable Foundation "Kindness and Trust" under the leadership of the tireless and charming Valentina Tkachenko presented the social project - "Ukrainian Woman Special Soul".


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