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Wednesday 5th June 2024.

June 5, 2024


With us this morning in the second hour we have Hilary Hughes from the Panama Canal Museum to talk about the museum itself and an event that is coming up the Saturday.

The Canal Museum is a non-profit institution at the service of society, which rescues and promotes the historical memory of Panama and its Canal, being a platform for art and culture in all its expressions. We create memorable experiences that exalt Panama’s heritage, promote diversity and sustainability, and encourage learning, research, enjoyment, reflection and cultural enrichment.

The tour through the halls tells the story of Panamanian history, taking you by the hand through 1,350 pieces from pre-Columbian times to the present day, including the Torrijos-Carter Treaty, the Flag of January 9, 1964 and those of the Sowing of the Flags of 1958. Your visit begins with the rise of the isthmus, framing Panama as the region’s main transit route. The heritage tells the story of our importance as a transisthmian route, the studies, explorations and the arduous process of building the Canal. Finally, you learn about our generational struggles to reclaim our sovereignty and the implementation of our great Canal expansion project.

As for the event:

Don’t miss Late Nights VOL. 7 “Tropicalia”! We bring the essence of Latin festivals to the museum. Enjoy dance music in a tropical setting, surprise performances, live art, authentic neighborhood flavors, and guided tours of our exhibition halls all night.
Don’t let them tell you, join the experience!”

This ticket is valid for use at the event Late Nights VOL. 7 “Tropicalia”.
Day of event June 8, 2024.
Pre-sale at $15.00 until June 7, 2024.
Day of event 20.00 dollars

Yazmin checks on who was born on this day in music, happy to say we have had the honor of interviewing our birthday star of the day a couple of times on the show ..   1956, Kenneth Bruce “Kenny G” Gorelick, American saxophonist. He is the biggest-selling instrumental musician of the modern era with global sales totaling more than 75 million records.

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