Mamariga Kulturgunea is a public space for leisure and culture, with the spotlight on the public and their participation. Respectful of ideological and religious orientations or diversity of identity, it aims to contribute to promoting culture in its most varied manifestations, to act as a channel for participation and a social and cultural reference point for the residents in Mamariga –its direct area of influence- and the town in general.
Mamariga Kulturgunea offers three different types of services:
- Services managed directly by the local authority: Library and play centre
- The loan of spaces to associations or private individuals to organise occasional activities.
- The loan of spaces to associations to undertake yearly programmes
The loan of spaces, either free of charge of by payment of the set public fee is from Monday to Saturday 09:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 21:00. These times may be extended by payment of a surcharge.
Who can apply to use the spaces?
Public and private institutions, associations, companies or private individuals.
Who can apply for free use of the spaces?
Spaces are lent free of charge to the municipal departments, associations listed in the Municipal Associations Register and when events are held for the benefit of non-profit entities to carry out activities of a markedly social and cultural nature.
How to request a space
Requests to use these facilities must be submitted at least two weeks in advance, using the application form available at the centre itself, in the Culture Department or by downloading it from the Town Hall website. Applications can be submitted by hand at Mamariga Kulturgunea or alternatively be presented by post, fax or e-mail.
Prior to rentals being authorised, the set fee must be paid. If scheduled activities are suspended, no reimbursement will be due, unless so contemplated in the regulations of usage.
What more do I need to know?
The specific conditions for the use of each space , contained in the Regulations for use of the Centre and the public price which is set annually. Both may be consulted at the Centre Information Desk and on the Town Hall website.
What spaces are available and for what purposes?
- The entrance hall and lobby for small exhibitions.
- The toy library when not in use with municipal activities.
- The assembly hall for talks, concerts and performances, etc.
- Kitchen for organising workshops or courses.
- Rehearsal booths for use by music groups.
- Multi-purpose rooms for courses, workshops, meetings, etc.