With cultural attractions, Children's park is a leisure option for the weekend

The park will work this weekend, from 14h to 20h, and please note that admission is free.
09/11/2017 16h32 - Updated 10/11/2017 16h14
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Games and attractions will set the pace of the activities of the Children's City Park, this weekend, in the days 11 e 12/11, saturday and sunday, respectively. The Theater Season for Children will present a children's classic, "The Three Little Pigs in Cordel". The park will work this weekend, from 14h to 20h, and please note that admission is free.

recreational activities, photoshoot, talent shows, Tyrolean, and creative workshop, activities promise to excite the children and parents with a packed schedule of fun and joy.

"The Children's Park is a great choice of entertainment and free leisure, for families. Remodeled much of the park and we will continue with this reform. This is one of the determinations of Mayor Arthur Neto and we promptly serve to bring welfare to the population of Manaus ", said the municipal secretary of Youth, Sports and leisure (Semjen), Joao Luiz.

With a visitor attendance of more than 1 thousand people on weekends, the park is located on the avenue André Araújo street with Castro Alves, s/n, the Aleixo neighborhood, Centro-Sul, and it is administered by Manaus Prefecture, through the Municipal Youth, Sports and leisure (Semjen).

Saturday, 11/11
15h to 17h: fun games, on the food court.
15h to 17h: Creative workshop: Playing Paint, at the library.
17h to 18h: Theater Season for Children: "The Three Little Pigs in Cordel", in Teatrinho.
18h10 to 18:30: Photo session with the cast of the Spectacle, in Teatrinho.
18h40 to 19:30: Sing with me, on the food court.

Sunday, 12/11
1516.30 h: Cantando no Parque, on the food court.
15h to 17h: Tyrolean, in the Tyrolean.
18at 18:40 h: Cultural activities, no Entrance Hall.
18h40 to 19:30: Popular games, no Entrance Hall.


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