Why There Will Be War in Ukraine

Saturday, Mar. 8

International Women’s Day is today and, if learning Russian or English isn’t enough of a challenge for you, take advantage of the opportunity to learn one of the romance languages at the beginning Spanish classes offered by Class trueDA every Saturday at 12 p.m. A teacher with seven years of experience will lead the class and help all interested improve their grammar and accents to sound more authentic.

Sunday, Mar. 9

After a nearly 3-month hiatus and a recent, demoralizing loss to German side Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champion’s League, Russian Premier League leaders Zenit St. Petersburg return to domestic action at Petrovsky Stadium this evening against Siberian strugglers Tom Tomsk at 6:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased on the team’s website, at the stadium or in any of their merchandise stores throughout the city.

Monday, Mar. 10

Spend your day off at Loft-Project Etagi’s Freedom Market. Small, local brands will be on hand to offer their wares. In addition to the various items on sale there will also be projects for children, lectures and live music for all attendees to enjoy. Visit Loft-Project Etagi’s website for more details.

Tuesday, Mar. 11

Learn more about the fur industry and save money on next winter’s fashions at the Fur Trade Fair starting today at LenExpo. Don’t miss the chance to buy some of the world’s warmest clothes at significant discounts.

Learn how to protect yourself and your employees in case of fire at the Labor Fire Safety and Protection Expo beginning today at ExpoCenter Eurasia in the city center. Products ranging from inflammable clothes and footwear to demonstrations and specialized trainings on how to make the workplace as safe as possible will be on offer until Mar. 14.

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