CHRISTMAS WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN AT THE NERAIDA FLOATING MUSEUM!
This holiday season, embark on the Neraida Floating Museum and take part in the children’s workshops, which are designed for children aged 6–11 years old.
Participation is free of charge.
"THE CHRISTMAS TREASURE HUNT"
| storytelling – exploration game – handicraft
Saturday 15 December 11:00–12:00 and Sunday 23 December 13:30–14:30
Can we hang the ship’s wheel on the Christmas tree as an ornament? Or a compass? Maybe the ship itself? We take part in a different treasure hunt and solve riddles about sailors, in order to turn the most unexpected objects into ornaments!
"CHRISTMAS LETTER FROM THE PAST"
| storytelling – drawing/construction
Sunday 16 December 11:00–12:00 and Saturday 22 December 13:30–14:30
The letter of a sailor of the Neraida from the past is in our hands. While reading it, we travel in time. What did sailors used to do on Christmas day? Has anything changed today? We send ‘bright’ messages of love to sailors and to others too.
"THE CHRISTMAS DIMENSION OF NERAIDA"
| storytelling – construction/drawing
Sunday 23 December 11:00–12:00 and Saturday 29 December 11:00–12:00
On a Christmas day, on an island of the Argosaronic Gulf, a child, who was in love with a ship, made a decision. He would make a Christmas boat like the ‘Neraida’. This Christmas season, we make our own ‘Neraida’, with a different starting point. Where are you standing while looking at it? What will your setting look like?
"MAKING CHRISTMAS BOOKS ON BOARD"
| creative writing – handicraft – drawing
Saturday 22 December 11:00–12:00 and Sunday 30 December 11:00–12:00
Can we make our own handmade book using a simple piece of cardboard? And then? How can we fill the pages, drawing inspiration from the old objects of the Neraida? Let’s discover how to do it together with constructions, drawing and exploration, and create your own Christmas story!
Sign up for participation at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the Floating Museum’s welcome area during the opening days and hours. Participation will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Museum’s opening hours:
Friday 17:00–20:30 (last entrance 20:00)
Saturday and Sunday 12:00–18:00 (last entrance 17:30)