Sunday 18 October 2020
Sunday 25 October 2020
Chess is much more than a board game; it is decoded thoughts, actions and methods. It’s mathematics, psychology, where the element of luck has no bearing upon the outcome. Chess gives players the opportunity to hone their skills in observation, concentration, and the ability to predict their opponent’s moves. Most of all, however, chess players learn and show respect. Faced with its black and white reality, you learn in the most refined way.
Design - Implementation: Regeneration & Progress
Sunday 18, 25/10
For children aged 6-9: 15.00-15.45
For children aged 10-12: 16.15-17.00
Up to 8 participants per 45-minute session
Free admission by online pre-registration (the activity is conducted in Greek)
For the activities held between 12/10 and 18/10, preregistration starts on Friday 09/10 at 12.00
For the activities held between 19/10 and 25/10, preregistration starts on Thursday 15/10 at 12.00
Children should always be accompanied by parents or adult chaperones, who should stay outside the activity area for as long as the activity lasts.
Participants are requested to bring their own mask and gloves, the use of which is mandatory throughout the event.
Participants are advised to arrive at the event venue at least 15 minutes before the start of the session. Due to public health measures, both the event and the number of participants are subject to change.