The third FINCH International Workshop Meeting takes place on 9–10 April 2019 in Seinäjoki, Finland. The event is organised by the project partner Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia. During this event, we take a look not only at built heritage sites but also include environment and objectives of intangible cultural heritage!

On 9 April, we will visit the municipality of Ähtäri and hear about their local Cultural Environment Paths and activities in taking care of public art and sculptures. 

On 10 April, we will catch the latest news about the new culture centre project, Kalevan Navetta, in Seinäjoki and learn how the heritage of tango music and dance contribute to the liveliness of Seinäjoki area and beyond. 

In addition to the peer reviews related to visits and presentations, we hold a Steering Committee Meeting and discuss the Living Document in a session dedicated to that end.