Monacology & Terres Méditerranéennes are joining forces to raise children’s awareness of sustainable development.
With the aim of raising the awareness of the consumers and stakeholders of the future, Monacology & Terres Méditerranéennes are joining forces and offering a fun afternoon on the theme of sustainable development.
On 5 February 2017, children (from 5 years of age) will have an opportunity to take part in a series of creative workshops and storytelling focusing on sustainable development.
Activity leaders such as Marina Di Mattei will help young children discover what can be made from recycled materials. The idea is to encourage children’s creativity by transforming items that are due to be thrown away into objects that produce sounds.
Mihaela Stoica will be in charge of creating accessories from recycled textiles, for example creating a wallet and a key ring (in the shape of a cupcake for girls and a car for boys!)
Cathy Cuby will help the children make Plant Mosaics, which they will be able to take home.
Finally, Marie-Christine CONSTANTINE will teach the art of mask making.
The activities will start at 1 p.m. and will finish at around 6 p.m. with a story. Storytelling and writing workshops will enable children of all ages to travel, dream, laugh and develop surrounded by magic and wisdom.
The aim of this activity led by Monacology and Terres Méditérannéenes is to promote art and creativity as a means of expression and communication, while taking action for the planet.
“Eco-Crafting” Workshops (Ateliers Eco-Brico)
for children from 5 years of age
Sunday 5 February 2017 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
6 Quai Antoine 1er
Originally published at VisitMonaco.com