My Documents public services centres will be 10 years old on 22 August. The Public Services Palace housed in Pavilion No. 71 has prepared a festive programme for visitors to mark the occasion of its jubilee. Visitors will be welcome to attend lectures, vie in contests, take a 3D quest and snap some pics in the themed area. Moreover, applicants will be called to their respective windows in the voice of actor Yuri Stoyanov on that day.
Travel blogger Kristina Makarova will give a talk at the VDNH Public Services Palace at 4 p.m. on 22 August. The blogger will share Russia travel ideas suitable for any budget. At 5 p.m., the pavilion walls will resound with the music of clarinet player Nathaniel Khomyakov.
Participation in a 3D quest will be offered to visitors as part of the jubilee programme at the Public Services Palace. Those wishing to participate are to pick up a checklist from the administrator, and use their QR code to take an interactive tour of the public services centre, learning interesting facts and answering quiz questions along the way. Participants, having completed all sections of the quest, will receive a gift.
Meanwhile, all public services centres across Moscow will be offering a prizes-for-all lottery the entire week. Those wishing to join the lottery are to pick up an assignment brief card at reception, complete the assignment and collect the prize. Furthermore, visitors are welcome to take some amazing snaps in the photo area.
But there's more. Visitors are dared to try their luck and go for the Lucky Ticket. On 22 August, every ticket holder with the number 10 on their ticket (e.g., C10, B10 etc.) wins a prize from My Documents offices. In the kids' areas, young visitors get to play safety darts, do copybook assignments, peruse the Razvivai-ka tutorial or pursue other fun activities. The full programme can be found on the public services centre website.
The events are declared a COVID-free environment. Visitors will be asked to present their QR code as proof of their completed COVID-19 vaccination, proof of having previously recovered from COVID-19 or a negative PCR test, as well as a photo ID. Visitors are expected to wear face masks and observe social distancing.
The Public Services Palace, opened at VDNH in 2018, welcomes visitors from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.