Fish Eye, the Lithuanian partner, never stopped working with its promoters. In June 2020 they organized a menu meeting with promoters presenting proposals from various artists. The communities have selected the performances and soon they will share the new program. But this is not the only news: Fish Eye started a seminar program for the regional communities, led by Vida Narveišyte. The seminar has already been fulfilled with a great success by the communities of Sveksna and Rietavas. The theme of this first seminar was the importance of the fairy tales and the capacity to understand it. Charismatic lecturers of the seminar - Linas Zubė, puppeteer, director, actor, founder of the family puppet theater "Lino lėlė", associate professor of KU Directing Department and Vida Narveišytė, professional theater director, lecturer, creator, manager of the family puppet theater "Lino lėlė" - “gave” the participants of the seminar the key to the coded world of fairy tales. Enabled them to interpret the plots of Lithuanian fairy tales in the context of contemporary issues, deciphering metaphors, symbols and reflection on the signs of national identity. Undoubtedly, all the knowledge provided by the organizers to the educators, parents, grandparents and other people interested in fairy tales who took part in the seminar will help to find ways to help young people develop values through the impact of art in the future. The seminar in Sveksna was organized by the local promoter Violeta Astrauskienė, the chairwoman of the Šėkšniškės society "Tėviškė". The sponsors of the seminar are Aušra and Antanas Martinkai, entrepreneurs from Sveksna. The seminar in Rietavas was organized by the local promoter Nijolė Dovidauskienė.