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Children’s workshops offer sewing, relaxation and art

Children’s workshops offer sewing, relaxation and art

By Staff Writer - April 1, 2018

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Terres méditerranéennes continue to offer creative workshops for children during the month of April.

On Sunday, April 8, from 2:30 pm to 4 pm, “Cactus Connection” with Mihaela Stoica will take place at U Mazaghìn (18 rue Grimaldi). Children from age 5 can make a felt cactus by learning sewing basics and then turn it into a brooch or key ring.

Then on Saturday, April 14, from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm, “Relaxation” with Thierry Villette and “Artistic Expression” using shapes and colours with Julie Golaz will be held at the Maison des Associations-Casa d’i Soci (Honoré II promenade).

The workshops are free but membership is €25/child or €40 for 2 children. To reserve, specify the name and age of the children at termedmonaco@gmail.com or 06 22 80 01 66.

Track pants are welcome for the relaxation workshop and aprons for the creative course.


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