“A festival for Europe” will be celebrated on May 17th in the HackMuseumsgarten in Ludwigshafen from 3pm to 7pm. There is music and folklore from Lithuania, Poland, Bulgaria and Ukraine, as well as a musical journey through Europe with accordion player Andreas Rathgeber. Information about the European elections and the opportunities for stays abroad for young people are just as much a part of the program as culinary delicacies. At 5 pm, OB Jutta Steinruck said a greeting. Dr. Daniel Röder, founder of Pulse of Europe, speaks from 6 p.m. Admission to the festival is free. The event takes place as part of the 2019 European Week and is supported by the State Chancellery of Rhineland-Palatinate. Organizer: Children’s Aid Ukraine Rhein-Neckar for Novograd-Volynskij and International Building Order.