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Rainy day Sunday for kids at Stars’n’Bars, Superbowl tonight

Rainy day Sunday for kids at Stars’n’Bars, Superbowl tonight

By Staff Writer - February 5, 2017

ecobricoTwo local associations, Monacology and Terres méditerranées, have just the thing to keep young minds occupied on a rainy Sunday afternoon this weekend, “Eco Brico”.

Children from the age of 5 and up are invited to participate in a series of eco-creative workshops and storytelling at Stars’n’Bars today, from 1 pm to 6 pm.

The afternoon includes a range of speakers to capture the imagination of youngsters from Monaco and the region, from Marina Di Mattei, who will demonstrate how to create treasures from recycled materials to Mihaela Stoica, a genius at creating accessories using recycled textiles to make wallets, a cupcake keyholder for girls and for boys, a car.

Guided by Cathy Cuby, children can also design plant-based Mosaics, which they can take home afterward, and Marie-Christine Constantine will teach the art of making masks.

With their joint Eco Brico event, Monacology and Terre méditerranées aim to promote creativity and art as a means of expression and communication while making a gesture for the planet.

Later this evening, the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons for Superbowl 51. The match out of NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, will be aired on Stars’n’Bars’ big screen from 11 pm. Reservations advised.


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