Chalet Animation in the Christmas Village hosting holiday workshops for children

From scrapbooking to wintery terrarium workshops, every day in the run-up to the start of school, there are holiday-themed activities for children taking place in Port Hercule. Here are all the details.  

From 2pm to 6pm each day in Marché de Noël of Port Hercule, the Mairie de Monaco has organised a special festive workshop for children aged six and up.

There have been sessions on wreath and garland making as well as a Scandinavian-inspired decoration class, but there is still plenty to come. 

On Saturday 30th December, the Fêtes des Lumières is the theme. On New Year’s Eve, the British tradition of Christmas crackers is on the agenda and children will be invited to make their own from recycled paper.  

On New Year’s Day, the workshop will be about polar animals, followed by 3D North Pole map making on Tuesday 2nd January.  

Next comes a scrapbooking session ahead of a watercolour class on Thursday 4th January. On Friday 5th January, children can make a North Pole-themed money bank. 

Over the weekend, the art of pop-ups will be the focus on the Saturday before the final workshop on Sunday, which will let children build their own winter terrarium to take home.

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