According to ECI Public Relations, the event was held by the Ambassadors of Peace & Friendship Group with the assistance of ECO Cultural Institute and attended by artists, narrators and the country's master Shahnameh narrators at Rasam Arabzadeh Carpet Museum.
At the event, Mehr Afarinan Peace and Friendship group from Baadroud Province of Iran performed a play on Chogan in three languages. Afterwards, the director of the Int'l Peace and Friendship Group delivered a speech stating: "The art of narration is one of the most prominent arts of ancient Iran and the students must undergo several years of training under the supervision of grand masters to internalize the principals of courtesy and modesty. That's why the House of Little Narrators has been established to provide principled and integrated training under the supervision of the country's outstanding master narrators."
Following her remarks, the children of Peace and Friendship group narrated some of Shahnameh's stories in six different languages that was received by the audience.
The event concluded with a commemoration ceremony and unveiling of a stamp specifically designed for Master Narrator Abulhassan Khan Mirza Ali while Tayyebeh Mohammad, presented the gifts of ECI President to the master narrators.
July 13 was then marked as the official opening date of House of Little Narrators.