5 May - Europe Day
In 1964, the Committee of Ministers decided that 5 May, the anniversary of the founding of the Council of Europe, should be celebrated as Europe Day.
The European Union celebrates Europe Day on 9 May. The date marks the anniversary of the Schuman Declaration of 1950, considered to be the first official step in the creation of what is now the European Union.
May – Europe month
For about ten years now, the Council has been joining forces with the City of Strasbourg and numerous local partners to celebrate Europe during the month of May. Various events are staged (European village, talks, sports events, exhibitions, etc.) to familiarise the public with the work of the European institutions and Strasbourg-based organisations seeking to promote European values.
Celebrate the Council of Europe Day alongside Bulgaria
Dance throughout Europe with Bulgaria: an outdoor performance of traditional Bulgarian dancing
Performances at 12 noon at Lieu d’Europe (8 rue Boecklin) and at 4 pm at the Place de la Cathédrale
A cross- cultural performance: experience Bulgarian choreography and music
Performance at 5 pm at the Cité de la musique et de la danse (Auditorium - 1 Place Dauphine)