The first, after the holiday break, edition of the "Łambinowice Museum Meetings" series, also, organised within the framework of the European Heritage Day, had an unexpected course, and its scenario was for the participants full of twists and turns. The outdoor challenges required historical knowledge, teamwork, and decision-making skills. All of these happened at the Site of National Remembrance in Łambinowice.
Following the welcome introduction by Dr. Renata Kobylarz-Buła (the Museum's deputy director) and Dr. Anna Czerner (from the Research Department), in front of the Museum building, the participants, mostly from the Public High School Nr. 3 in Opole, under the teachers Arkadiusz Wickiewicz i Artur Szymczak, went into the forest. The participants were informed about the rules of the game and divided into two competing teams. When in the forest, they moved on the designated tracks and stumbled upon the place where instructions and sheets with questions were hidden. The tasks were related to the history of the Site of National Remembrance in Łambinowice, and especially to the fate of Warsaw insurgents, although it was not the factual knowledge to be tested. In the course of it, the participants had to make various decisions, which, as it turned out later during a discussion with the psychologist invited by the Museum, Joanna Tyburczyk, were to help to get to know yourself better and confront themselves with the rules of social coexistence.
The event was concluded with the announcement of the results of the challenges (there was a tie), the presentation of commemorative diplomas and small gifts. The participants were also invited to the next instalment of the "Łambinowice Museum Meetings", which will take place on 12 October 2022.