What are you doing with the kids this week? From 4 to 10

The Numok Festival returns to Parisian libraries, showing virtual reality and fablabs with activities accessible to young audiences. Street art and opera will mark the next few days, as will outdoor gatherings, cinema and much more! Good week.

Fall for something

The Numok Festival in Libraries

For its 7th edition, Numok honors two worlds, the world of fablabs and that of virtual reality. The Numok Festival has become a special time to experiment together with new digital practices. From April 9th ​​to 30th, in more than twenty libraries, discover the program around meetings, virtual reality and augmented reality sessions, as well as an original offer of digital workshops for young people. THE WHOLE PROGRAM

meeting

My first opera festival

2022 marks the return of My first opera festival Salle Favart, with this 4th edition for families. From April 6th to 17th, discover 3 shows to bring your children closer to the emotions of music and singing. First, make room for Robert the Pig and the Kidnappers. An event not to be missed to introduce your children to the emotions of music and singing!

From April 6th to 17th, discover 3 shows to bring your children closer to the emotions of music and singing.

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color festival

A panel with 65 artists from all over the world, workshops for children and colorful live painting, a festival where young and old can have fun, that’s what the Color Festival promises. On more than 700 m2 XXL, you will dive into the world of street art with immersive and participatory installations from April 2nd to May 8th, with a program of activities and entertainment for the whole family.

New place, so new scenography! Over 700 m2 of XXL, immersive and participatory installations let you immerse yourself in the world of street art from April 2nd to May 8th.

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saturday party

The Closer Music Festival at the Galerie Lafayette Foundation opens little ears on the occasion of a true tropical boom and a hunt for colours! A pineapple concert? That’s the concept of the trio of 16 pineapples, which promises to make children and adults dance during a unique musical and visual performance. Thanks to new technologies, the three musicians activate their sixteen pineapples equipped with sensors that spread the chords of danceable and amazing electro-pop music. Snacks, balloons, music… Everything is there to bring Closer Music to the level of children!

The Closer Music Festival opens little ears to a true tropical boom and a hunt for colour!

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nature

Guided tour of the farm

The educational urban farm is a means of choice in the heart of Parisian territory to make young and old aware of urban agriculture while presenting different types of agriculture adapted to the city. It helps show how animals can be integrated into the city and provide ecological services. Discover it with a guided tour of the municipal farm Binet.

The educational urban farm is a means of choice in the heart of Parisian territory to make young and old aware of urban agriculture while presenting different types of agriculture adapted to the city. It helps show how animals can be integrated into the city and provide ecological services.

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Everything is green on Wednesday

Spring is back and the urge to get your hands back in the ground tickles you? Gather the family at the Ferme de Paris for a gardening workshop. You will be received on Wednesday April 6 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The workshop is suitable for young and old alike. The activities are numerous and suitable for everyone.

One Wednesday a month, La Ferme de Paris offers participatory work camps for the whole family.

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A day in the garden

The media library Marguerite Yourcenar reopens its garden to everyone for a day of celebration and spring. On the program: family workshops around gardening and ecology offered all day long and deckchairs to simply listen to the birds or read a book. The garden is open to everyone from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

On a festival and spring day, the media library opens its garden to everyone again.

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movie theater

Wizards, witches

The magic hovers over the screenings for young audiences at the Cinémathèque Française, which set off in the footsteps of Georges Méliès to meet cinema’s most famous witches and wizards. Magic duels, transformations into toads, dogs or cats, nice witches, bad witches and of course Harry, Ron and Hermione are on the program. To start, discover a program of short films that will give you goosebumps and the Miyazaki classic “Kiki’s Delivery Service”.

From April 6th to May 29th, discover Sorciers, Sorcières, the new youth cycle of the Cinémathèque Française, which will lead you to meet the most famous witches and wizards of cinema.

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cine kids

From April to July, the CinéKids invite families to a real festival of colours! Lively, pastel, warm or shiny, all shades characterize this program in which gray has no place. The films and special screenings (film concerts, preview, film philo, etc.) of the “Colorama” program open up a whole world of colorful images and characters! For a good start, discover ‘Azur et Asmar’ by Michel Ocelot and ‘Ma vie de Courgette’ by Claude Barras.

A film, debate or animation and a snack for all budding film lovers from 18 months to 8 years old every Wednesday and Sunday afternoon at the Forum des Images!

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cinema kids

Every two months, the Library of Crimea invites you to discover the wealth of children’s films through films and short films. This Wednesday you have an appointment at Wrench & Jo. Come and marvel at the adventures of a little robot from space.

Discover the richness of children’s film through films and short films every two months.

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music and shows

In April in the Philharmonie

Concerts, shows, family activities, the Philharmonie de Paris caters to families. Discover the music program for young audiences in April. Your dear darlings are said to be in heaven with 3 musical dates.

La Philharmonie

Concerts, shows, family activities, the Philharmonie de Paris caters to families. Discover the music program for young audiences in April.

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Lilliput

In Lilliput, the ground is covered with tiny people, so tiny that Ainhoa ​​Vidal looks like a real giantess. The dancer and puppeteer thus practices humility and makes her body available to micro-humans who do not have to be asked to go on expeditions. For this amazing journey, she draws less inspiration from Jonathan Swift’s famous Gulliver than from the universe of Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka, who redirects our everyday objects into landscapes or situations and populates them with miniature figures.

Do you see yourself as both a giant and a midget? Ainhoa ​​Vidal’s creative imagination reveals poetry in the seemingly mundane.

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Who are you ?

” Who are you ? is a question to ask others, but above all to oneself. Two dancers interpret the journey of the small child to constitute the concept of self and to experience otherness. A visual poem about the construction of the “I” that creates a new way of living together through dance and image.

Cie Point Virgule Choreography Claire Jenny

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activities and workshops

Virtual reality in the Parc Floral

Immerse yourself 360° in the world of bees, gannets or the Fontainebleau forest; all without moving from his chair. Two new short films enrich the program. They suggest spotting the robin and the hoverfly, an insect of the fly family. The experience lasts about ten minutes. It is accessible from 13 years.

Virtual Reality Headsets

Located in the heart of the Parc Floral, the Maison Paris Nature reopens its virtual reality cabinet on Wednesday March 23rd. A visual and audio immersion experience to dive into the heart of nature.

show activity

my still life

The Musée de Montmartre offers workshops for young people on Sundays at 11am and Wednesdays at 3pm. Children immerse themselves in the discovery of the cabarets Chat Noir and Lapin Agile, in the colorful world of the circus and the fury of the can-can dancers. They were inspired by bohemian Montmartre in their creation. Go for Charles Camoin’s still life for this session.

Charles Camoin (1879-1965), portrayed as “the beast of the Mediterranean”, is a unique figure in the avant-garde movement of Fauvism. After visiting the exhibition on the theme of the workshop, the children are inspired by the fruit bowls by painter Charles Camoin and paint their own still lifes.

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transmutations

Step by step everyone sets out to discover the origins of video art and its current manifestations with their share of puzzles and experiments. Various test stations allow you to let your imagination run free and to learn the creative possibilities that hide behind what at first glance sometimes appear as errors and artifacts. Video artist Camille Rigault guides you through these “transmutations”.

Introducing Video Art Workshops By Camille Grigaut/≈sheglitchr At the Transmutations workshop, participants manipulate vintage cameras, video mixers and other oddities straight out of the ’90s editing studios to create an ephemeral and participatory work.

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