The Gibran National Committee launched its sixth annual summer festivals - Gibranic Days on Sunday August 7, 2010 at Mary Haskell Square - Gibran Museum in Bsharreh with music ceremonies on the agenda to revive Lebanese and Arab traditions.
The opening was attended by national and local figures including H.E. Mr. Suleiman Trabulsi - Former Minister and Mr. George Geagea representing Bsharreh MPs: H.E. Mrs. Sethrida Geagea and H. E. Mr. Elie Keyrouz.
President of the Gibran National Committee Dr. Tarek Chidiac stated in his opening speech that the "Gibranic Days" that are consisted of variety of activit ies will be held until August 22, 2010 and also in the years to come, aiming to further disseminate Gibran's thoughts, values and interaction between nations.
The Gibran National Committee launched its sixth annual summer festivals - Gibranic Days on August 7, 2010 for three consecutive weekends. Three Festivals were held at Mary Haskell Square - Gibran Museum – Bsharreh and another at the Saint Joseph Church – Bsharreh.
Music ceremonies were on the agenda to revive Lebanese and Arab traditional music, songs and dance performances in addition to an exhibition of Musical instruments entitled "Historical Musical Instruments" held at Gibran crypt - Gibran Museum on 20, 21 &22 August 2010.
It is worth mentioning that all events were broadcasted live on TeleLumiere.