BSDA with a sports weekend full of active events
Relay games for children and parents, lectures on the topic "Internet for Everyone", jumping tournaments with sacks, mini football tournament and a bunch of surprises were part of the fun for guests at Radio Park Fest. For the third year the Bulgarian National Radio organizes the mega event dedicated to the summer.

The Bulgarian sports development association, a partner of the initiative, presented a bouquet of surprises for the children:
  • HIGH LEVEL ACADEMY held open athletics training on June 15 from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 16:00 to 18:00;
  • Wuhu / Kung Fu Sports Club BATHYAT organized the traditional Jan Taiji Chuan on June 15 and 16 from 10.00 to 12.00;
  • MVJ Sport & Dance organized Zumba for children on Sunday, June 16, between 10.00 and 12.00.

The Bulgarian sports development association, Association of the Bulgarians suffering from asthma "Breathe free" and Sunday School at the Nativity of Christ Church presented songs, drawing workshop, musical games and dramatizations of fairy tales for the youngest on June 15, between 10.00 and 12.00. At the same time a workshop for physical activity and lung health was held through outdoor sports games.
Sponsors of the Radio Park Fest 2019 are A1, UBB, SDI, Burgasko, and Voltairen Emulgel. The Bulgarian National Radio organizes Radio Park Fest for the third year. The summer began with Ostava, Milenita, Orlin Pavlov, Jeremy?, Dorothy Takev, Jluch, Gena and Grivogor, Marten Roberto, DJ Desy, IVA, Krekhaus, MIRY and Innerglow.

During the event the participants were acquainted with the activities of the Back2Track project coordinated by the Bulgarian sports development association, which aims at analyzing the differences and similarities that sports clubs have in their approach to professional and mass sport as well as in an innovative approach to include disadvantaged children in sport and physical activity. The project aims to find a way to create the practical skills and knowledge in participating organizations how to manage sports programs for mass sports, along with sports programs for professional athletes. In May 2019 Bulgaria hosted a children's athletics contest involving children from Croatia and Belgium and the main organizer of the event was the KLASA Athletics Club, a partner in the Back2Track project co-funded under the Erasmus +. Participants also received information on the HEPOSI project, which is cooperation between non-governmental organizations from Europe and Latin America to address the challenge of promoting healthy physical activity and eating habits among young people through non-formal education. During the activities, the “A Path to TranSportAction" (APTSA) project was presented. It is a projcet involving 5 organizations - three from Europe (Bulgaria, Croatia and Italy) and two from Latin America (Brazil and Peru). The aim of the project is to increase the capacity of youth organizations from the countries concerned to apply sport in combination with innovative informal methods and approaches to combat gender discrimination. With this project, the organizers hope to contribute to the reduction of sexism and stereotypes and contribute to gender equality in the poor provincial regions of Europe and Latin America.

During the weekend, the Bulgarian sports development association supported and participated in the sporting event Unification for Bulgaria through Sport, Traditions and Communities which took place on 15/06/2019 at the stadium in the village of Zheleznitsa and was organized by the Association of Sports pedagogues of Bulgaria and Town Hall of Jeleznitsa in partnership with the Olympic Society of Teachers of Physical Education and Sport; Olympic Club NSA; BSFS; Sport-tourist union of Bulgarian pensioners; the Bulgarian sports development association; Metropolitan Union of Pensioners 2004; "Machirski sport", Bulgarian Children's and Youth Parliament, 191 Otets Paisiy.

On Sunday, a Festival of Shared Talents was held, during which Fanka Borisova from Home for adults with mental disabilities, Banya, Karlovo showed children how to express their creative abilities and draw their dreams.