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24. May 2018

ABC magazine invite to the Pání kluci family festival

This weekend, 26 – 27 May, the ABC magazine festival for the whole family – Pání kluci – is taking place in the National Museum of Agriculture in Prague. And it’s not just for adventurous boys – girls will appreciate it too.

Páni kluci begins on Saturday 26 May at 10 am in the National Museum of Agriculture building. Entertainment will also be taking place within the adjacent outdoor areas. ABC magazine has chosen the most interesting of topics it has looked at over the last year, and so our young explorers can look forward to a very extensive programme

They can discover the world of virtual reality, try constructing their own robot, fly with drones, test their strength with a race simulator, try 3D printing or dub their favourite children’s films. For athletic children, archery and slingshots will be available. Young art-lovers will also appreciate the opportunity to discover pictures of the old masters, or try drawing comic-book heroes. 

Just like ABC magazine, the programme is designed so that as well as entertaining, it teaches kids loads of new things, with practical demonstrations. Boys and girls can try out some science experiments with “Great Inquisitor” Martin Rota, and a chemistry lab will also be available. In palaeontology, kids can also cast their own trilobite, while professional archaeologists will be revealing the secrets of their work. Also arranged are prize-winning competitions in which kids will need to investigate every corner of the museum. And furthermore a tombola will be drawn three times each day. 

The festival programme will be based around the ABC podium where fascinating guests will take turns giving short talks. At the same time, kids will be able to meet them in person at their stands within and in front of the museum. ABC magazine editors will also be present. 

Páni kluci doesn’t neglect the youngest either, for whom bouncy castles, competition tasks and play areas with SluníčkoMateřídouška and Maminka magazines will be arranged. Also present is a foot court with delicacies provided by event partners, which can be purchased both days.  

Kids up to 18 years of age get free museum entrance, while adults pay a reduced entrance of just 50 CZK, and outdoor attractions are free of charge for all visitors. The festival is taking place at the same time on both days: 10am to 5pm. 

Complete programme available at: www.pani-kluci.cz.

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Páni kluci begins on Saturday 26 May at 10 am in the National Museum of Agriculture building. Entertainment will also be taking place within the adjacent outdoor areas. ABC magazine has chosen the most interesting of topics it has looked at over the last year, and so our young explorers can look forward to a very extensive programme

They can discover the world of virtual reality, try constructing their own robot, fly with drones, test their strength with a race simulator, try 3D printing or dub their favourite children’s films. For athletic children, archery and slingshots will be available. Young art-lovers will also appreciate the opportunity to discover pictures of the old masters, or try drawing comic-book heroes. 

Just like ABC magazine, the programme is designed so that as well as entertaining, it teaches kids loads of new things, with practical demonstrations. Boys and girls can try out some science experiments with “Great Inquisitor” Martin Rota, and a chemistry lab will also be available. In palaeontology, kids can also cast their own trilobite, while professional archaeologists will be revealing the secrets of their work. Also arranged are prize-winning competitions in which kids will need to investigate every corner of the museum. And furthermore a tombola will be drawn three times each day. 

The festival programme will be based around the ABC podium where fascinating guests will take turns giving short talks. At the same time, kids will be able to meet them in person at their stands within and in front of the museum. ABC magazine editors will also be present. 

Páni kluci doesn’t neglect the youngest either, for whom bouncy castles, competition tasks and play areas with SluníčkoMateřídouška and Maminka magazines will be arranged. Also present is a foot court with delicacies provided by event partners, which can be purchased both days.  

Kids up to 18 years of age get free museum entrance, while adults pay a reduced entrance of just 50 CZK, and outdoor attractions are free of charge for all visitors. The festival is taking place at the same time on both days: 10am to 5pm. 

Complete programme available at: www.pani-kluci.cz.

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