The celebration of the 9 d'Octubre in El Poble Nou de Benitatxell made neighbors go out to the streets to enjoy. Associations and local groups were involved in a very participatory day that fostered brotherhood ties and valued identity as a people. There were traditional dances, music, popular food, chocolate in the afternoon and performance of the Parochial Choir, among other activities.
The union made the Valencian Community Day a true brotherhood party. The morning began with the Bolillos Exhibition and a tombola in charge of the Housewives. Around 11: 00 hours, the Santa Maria Magdalena Music Group started to liven up the atmosphere with a walkway through the town, while the little ones could enjoy the interactive workshop 'La caixa mitja fava', accompanied by a storyteller, and numerous activities such as a yincana, pintacaras or a pin workshop.
The Association of Neighbors also collaborated by organizing an exhibition of old first communion photographs and the traditional dances of the Danses Morro Falquí Group and the music of the La Llebetjà Colla, which held an exchange concert with the Colla El Falçó de Teulada, were not lacking. At the end, all attendees made a popular meal organized by the 2020 Festeros.
In the afternoon, the day continued with one of the most emotional moments. The Town Hall of Poble Nou de Benitatxell and the Ball Club gave Toni Martínez's family a plaque commemorating his great contribution to the municipality. Toni, a great sports enthusiast, passed away last January 18. For many
For years he was in charge of the Ball Club and the Football Club of Poble Nou in Benitatxell.
Afterwards, Felipe Colomer brightened up the afternoon with a performance, and at 16: 30 hours there was a friendly ball game of the Ball Club. The House of Rocío elaborated the chocolate and the bamboo of the snack and, finally, the Parochial Choir performed at 18: 30 hours to close the acts of the 9 d'Octubre.