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The Finnish Church in London

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The First Humanics Spring Festival 2020 will take place on Monday, April 06, 2020 in London. The Festival will be an annual festival, taking place on every April 06, celebrating the awe-inspiring endeavours, attempts, efforts, initiatives, projects, works, actions, creations and achievements of humanity on earth, despite all the desperation, negativity, struggles, suffering, agony, hardships and heartaches, in London. Everyone and every community are welcome. Arts, foods, words, poetry, thoughts, crafts, individuals, families, groups, communities, organisations to bring about a display of real people and real humanity in reality bonding, relating, connecting and conversing and forming and celebrating.

Humanics Spring Festival will celebrate all aspects of humanity bringing together all communities, families and spheres in one celebratory faith-affirming event, enabling people to see and get inspired to go on seeking to bring that infinity of humanity waiting to be unfolded into becoming real. This is a celebration of real humanity in reality in real community in real society: the vase in which humanity grows is the reality and the life-force, that supports, feeds, nurtures and strengthens that humanity as the individuals in families, in communities and in society: in reality. Humanics Festival will bring that into a celebration to challenge dehumanisation and the deathly attack of the Distorteddiaon humanity.

The First Humanics Festival 2020 will be a day-long Festival, where we will celebrate all things humanity, family, community, society and reality and human bonds and connections: essentially, we will invite all artists, poets, musicians, authors and all creative folks to come and display their works and creative endeavours with small stalls whereby the public would come together, wonder about, sit, walk, stand and talk and eat and drink soft and non-alcoholic drinks and all community groups and organisations to join and display their works and promote their activities etc.

This would be where people come to see that there is still a thing, called, reality in which there is still something, called, real people, real humanity and they spend a day doing nothing but that. We will try to bring an art exhibition about during the day: there would be music as well and poetry. All this gives you a little sense of what it would entail but it will develop from this into a beautiful thing

The Humanics Spring Festival 2020 invites everyone to join in: individuals, agencies, organisations, MPs, MEPs, Councillors, community groups and leaders, youth groups and leaders and all organisations of all types, come and join us in these celebrations. We are seeking to bring about the Festival around a community base so that it can take place both inside a centre and outside from 12:00-21:30. If, any organisation would like to offer the Festival a home, where they can offer a large hall and the outside space for this one day and for this duration we would be delighted.

Support Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd. We welcome sponsorship for the Festival. Interested businesses or organisations are welcome to write to us with any offer of sponsorship.

We invite everyone to join in and take part: have your art works exhibited in the Festival, bring your craft at the Festival with a stall, bring your agency and open a stall, MPs and MEPs and other public figures, send your office to spend a day at a stall at the Festival, join with food and drink stalls, bookstalls, sell little things at stalls and read poetry, play music, sit and draw and paint in front of the humanity gathered there and more…

Join us at the First Humanics Festival 2020 on April 06.

Contact: reginehumanics at reginehumanicsfoundation.com

This is a day-long festival, where people come and spend time and the visitors are coming in and out spending as much time as they like in the activities taking places in the premises.

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