For the third time, many coburg institutions open their doors for children’s culture week. A varied program to participate in and try out awaits you from the 2. Until 8. November on all children between six and twelve years of age. Free admission to museums, guided tours, reading time, workshops and much more are offered during the vacation week to bring children closer to culture in a variety of areas, according to a press release. Mayor dominik sauerteig will also be actively involved in the children’s culture week with a children’s consultation hour in the town hall, where he answers the questions of the little burghers. "I am looking forward to being actively involved in the children’s culture week and hope to see many interested young visitors."
Local radio station radio eins is taking part in the event with a children’s radio program that will be broadcast for two hours. Small moderators are sought. Third mayor thomas nowak will also take part in the children’s program with a story: "the children’s culture week is a good chance for children to come into contact with our cultural institutions for the first time", says nowak.
The aim is to do just that and to give young people access to cultural education: "culture is an important component of education. Not every child has the opportunity to gain experience in the cultural field, but we want to change that a bit with the free children’s culture week, says bianca haischberger, head of the staff unit coburg – the family city and demography.
The year 2020 presents major challenges and changes. Nevertheless, the organization team has agreed to offer a colorful children’s culture week. Of course, the legal distance and hygiene rules are observed. For this reason there are restrictions on the number of participants and offers. In addition, all children must be registered in order to be able to trace possible chains of infection. All suppliers provide a hygiene concept for the participants