Where To Go With Children In Moscow On December 2-3

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Where To Go With Children In Moscow On December 2-3
Where To Go With Children In Moscow On December 2-3

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Winter festival of the Seasons magazine "Dreams of Moscow"

The Museum of Moscow, together with the Seasons of life magazine, is holding the Dreams of Moscow Winter Festival. The festival will take place at two venues: in the courtyard of the Museum of Moscow, where a fair with a food court, entertainment for children and parents, a large Christmas tree, and choir performances will be open; the second building of the Museum of Moscow will host concerts, performances, a Christmas market, workshops for children and adults. The festival "Dreams of Moscow" will bring together different characters: actors, musicians, writers, poets, they will tell their story about the city. The program includes: poet Lev Rubinstein, actors of the Studio of Theater Arts, the play When Grandmothers Were Granddaughters, the Music in the Metro project and excursions around Moscow from the City Tour Bureau of the Museum of Moscow.

As part of the festival, the Children's Center of the Museum of Moscow will open the Moscow Windows workshop for children from 5 to 14 years old. Each participant will try to create his own view from the Moscow window - an art object that you can then take with you. The workshop schedule will be available on the website.

The open part of the festival in the courtyard of the Museum of Moscow is available without buying a ticket and prior registration. Tickets are required to enter the site at the Museum of Moscow. Children under 3 years old - free.

Age: 0-3, 3-6, 6-9, 10+

Where: Museum of Moscow (Zubovsky Boulevard, 2)

a: December 2-3, 12: 00-22: 00

Children's fair program non / fictio

This Wednesday, non / fiction2017, a fair of intellectual literature, opened at the CHA, as usual with a huge and cool children's program. There will be something interesting for every day and every taste. Traditionally, many publishers have invited their foreign authors to meet with readers.

In addition, all days of the fair on the third floor of the Central House of Artists it will be possible to see the exhibition “Children's Book 1917–2017. A story with continuation”with a guided tour from the chief bibliographer of the Russian State Children's Library Olga Vinogradova. For people not just reading, but trying to understand children's literature.

And biomuseum them. K. A. Timiryazev and International Memorial propose to take part in the discussion of the project "The dried-up - believe", in which the leaf of the herbarium plays the role of evidence of historical events. In the windows you can see an example of a natural community, undisturbed by man, and several examples of natural aliens, voluntarily and involuntarily brought in by man.

At different times at the fair you can meet the Dutch writer Jan Paula Schütten, the Argentine writer Isol, the French artist Ivan Pommo, the Norwegian writer Lars Soby Christensen, the Hungarian illustrator Laszlo Herbst and many others.

You can go after carefully studying the program and schedule, or you can risk going at random and stumble upon something interesting and unexpected.

Age: 0-3, 3-6, 6-9, 10+

Where: Central House of Artists (Krymsky Val, 10)

a: December 2-3, 11: 00-20: 00

Festival "AbracadabrPop Up"

The two thousand square meters of the Nadezhda loft will host a large family festival that will bring together cultural and educational projects in Moscow, modern brands of goods and services aimed at both children and their parents.

ABRACADABRPOP UP Festival is an educational and entertainment project in the Family Life Style Fair format, combining a big family holiday, a fair of current goods, and an information portal that will help parents find out a lot of exceptional places and opportunities beyond their usual family routes and communicate with founders and curators of all these projects.

The festival will feature programs for all ages: cinema theater, museums, music, books, creative workshops, sports performances and master classes. To maintain strength, there will be a food court at the Danilovsky market. Children under 12 years old are admitted free.

Age: 0-3, 3-6, 6-9, 10+

Where: Trekhgornaya Manufactory (Rochdelskaya, 15)

a: December 2-3, 12: 00-20: 00

"Pop-up cooking" at the Green School

In December, during the classes in the pop-up workshop of the Green School, Christmas cookies will be baked, which can be treated to relatives, friends and Father Frost.

From the cook of the Green School, guests will learn the recipe for delicious Christmas cookies, with secret ingredients that will make the baked goods tastier. Then they will have a cup of tea and try what happened. Everyone will take home a culinary gift of their own making.

Age: 6-9, 10+

Where: Green School (Krymsky Val, 9, Building 4)

a: December 2, 14: 00-15: 00

Excursion in Gorky Park "Birds are near"

In Gorky Park, on Saturdays and Sundays, excursions from the Zoological Museum of Moscow State University are held for those who like to walk in the city park in any weather. During the excursion, participants will learn why and why people create natural spaces in the city. They will also see with their own eyes which birds live in the city park, and will understand how to recognize them by their voice and distinguish them by their appearance. Birdwatchers will be given bird guides and binoculars to help the birdwatchers.

Tickets can be purchased from a tour guide before the start of the tour, but prior registration is required. Children under 7 years old - free.

Age: 3-6, 6-9, 10+

Where: Museum of Gorky Park (Krymsky Val, 9)

When: December 3, 10: 00-11: 30