четверг, 31 января 2019 year

Feldman Ecopark Invites to Celebrate Chinese New Year and B-Day

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The Day of January birthdays will be celebrated with Peppa Pig and Marshall from PAW Patrol in Feldman Ecopark on Sunday, February 3.

“It’s no coincidence that these animated characters are coming to wish happy birthday to kids, who were born in January: the fact is that these days, we will celebrate Chinese New Year. And the symbol of the new year is a pig, while the symbol of the previous one was a dog. We consider that another New Year’s holiday is just amazing. And that is why we invite all Kharkiv residents and the guests from other regions to have fun, dance, take part in interesting quest and taste delicious hot treats here. As for those visitors to the Social and Humanitarian Multi-Complex – both the adults and the kids – who comes in traditional colours of Chinese New Year – red and gold – the pleasant surprises will be waiting for them,” the organizers of the festivities tell.

The registration of birthday kids, master class in creation of festive crown and photo shoot for children, who were born in January, will start at 11 a.m. At the same time, a family quest “5 Elements” will start at Ecopark’s main location. The participants will be able to plunge into the ancient Chinese traditions and cope with the range of interesting tasks from five elements – fire, water, earth, air and wood, as well as to create a traditional Chinese talisman with hieroglyphs.

Festive game programme “My Birthday in Ecopark!” with Peppa Pig and Marshall Puppy will start at noon. Birthday kids and their parents will be able to take part in cheerful games and entertainments, fortune-telling on the Book of Changes, and watch how the Dog hands “the scepter of the year” over to the Pig. Dances and entertainments for children and adults “It is impossible to spoil porridge with dance!” starts at 1.20 p.m. The Theatre of Children and Animals invites everyone to take part in another open training lessons (starting at 10.30 a.m.)