What are a turtle and a worm looking for in Stavros Niarchos Park?
What can they do to help their friend, the snail?
A music-theater workshop, based every time on a different story, starring characters of small animals living, during autumn, in the Mediterranean Garden of Stavros Niarchos Park.
Stories about nature and friendship, that give children the opportunity to identify, through playing, the plants of the Mediterranean Garden and discover its secrets. They observe the characteristics of the animals living in the garden, while at the same time they are introduced to the values of friendship and mutual aid. While stories unfold, children and parents take an active part in musical and theatrical games, as well as in an improvised percussion orchestra.
Spyridoula Chroni, kindergarten teacher-music educator
Giannis Psariotis, musician-music educator
10.30-11.30 & 12.00-13.00
For children aged 2-4 and their adult chaperones
Up to 10 children and 10 chaperones per hour
Free admission by online pre-registration (the activity is conducted in Greek)
*The Sunday 25/10 workshop is transfered to Sunday 01/11
Participant safety information:
- The use of a non-medical face mask is mandatory for participants with the exception of: a) people with respiratory problems for whom the mask is not indicated for reasons proven by medical records, and b) children aged under four (4) years.
- Participants are advised to use hand sanitizer, and maintain safety distances in accordance with guidelines and signage.
- Single-use Personal Safety Equipment (gloves, masks, etc.) must be discarded immediately after use in the yellow bins provided.
- The shared use of objects (pencils, pens, papers, books, etc.) should be avoided.
Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.