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Sওo Paulo for children – Sesc Piracicaba! The June program includes shows, workshops, and circus performances for children

Oh Cesc Piracicaba, Within Sao Paulo, plays a role in the social inclusion of the local community. Each month, a calendar full of shows, workshops, meetings and sports is prepared for the whole family, especially the little ones to enjoy!

The vast majority of activities are FreeIn some cases, it seems, you have to pay a ticket, which children under 12 do not pay! See below June schedule at Sesc Piracicaba!

Read more: Free! This June show, show, workshop and storytelling animator Sesc Santo Amaro

June schedule

Kitchen color – Friday, June 10, at 7 p.m.

Natural colors are present in our daily lives and come from vegetables, roots, fruits, bark, leaves, seeds and clay. In this workshop, children will have the opportunity to learn color chemistry, which is done naturally and involves the process of observation, collection, preparation, extraction, application and finishing.

The workshop is free and open to the public of all ages.

Colors of the Earth – June 11, Saturday at 10 p.m.

The purpose of the meeting is similar to “kitchen color”, but focuses more on how minerals, stones and other earth objects can be transformed into color.

The workshop is free and open to the public of all ages.

Forest Colors – Saturday, June 11, at 2:15 p.m.

Meeting “Kitchen colors” continued the meeting. Natural colors are present in our daily lives and come from vegetables, roots, fruits, bark, leaves, seeds and clay.

In this workshop, children will have the opportunity to learn color chemistry, which is done naturally and involves the process of observation, collection, preparation, extraction, application and finishing.

The workshop is free and open to the public of all ages.

Letras Perambulantes – Saturday, June 11, at 4 p.m.

Real personalities who were part of the life of the poet Patativa do Asar join fictional characters who, combined with a musical selection, tell the poet’s story in a light, humorous and original way.

The show is free for all ages, ticket prices R $ 25 (full), R $ 12.50 (half ticket), R $ 7.50 (approved) and kids up to 12 years old do not pay.

Rodinha da Ivone – Monday, June 13, at 3 p.m.

In a Serenha Jongo circle, girl Lara discovers a way to travel through time, meets the great samba artist Donna Evon Lara who introduces her to the places, moments and women who were and were part of samba history..

Its glasses Core Caboclinhas Donna honors Ivan’s work, in a children’s samba circle that welcomes all agess.

Free and free for all ages.

Bidma, The Little Breaded Girl – Saturday, June 18, at 4 p.m.

Bidma is a little girl who lives in a very cold place with her family. Full of creativity and fond of the world of witches, this girl has only one assurance: her mother is a witch! Especially when you try your soup and come to the conclusion that the dish can only be a magical recipe. But messing with witches can be a very dangerous game.

The show is free for all ages, ticket prices R $ 25 (full), R $ 12.50 (half ticket), R $ 7.50 (approved) and kids up to 12 years old do not pay.

Storytelling – Sunday, June 19, at 11 a.m.

Each month, children are presented with an unprecedented narrative that is freely inspired by a book, combining two parts of literature: oral and written. In June, inspiration came from Bertolt Brecht’s work, “If Sharks Were Men”. With co. Clara Rosa. Activity with explanation in Libras.

The activity is free and free for all ages.

Monster and co. – Friday, June 24, at 4 p.m.

Monster and co. The story of a boy who was bullied by other children for his appearance. One day he decides to run away and finds refuge in an old and remote house, which is even more bizarre than the haunted one, where he meets the inhabitants, strange personalities who help him rediscover his self-confidence and redefine its reprehensible meaning. The word “monster”.

Presentation is free and free for all ages.

Red Coat – Saturday, June 25, at 4 p.m.

In this circus show, Brise and Bigosty meet and go through unusual situations with their costumes, objects and instruments.

Irrationally, they take listeners through a bizarre and fun universe that is soothed by the live music that interacts with the scene and thus enable them to do amazing things like crossing a steel wire in search of a red coat.

The show is free for all ages, ticket prices R $ 25 (full), R $ 12.50 (half ticket), R $ 7.50 (approved) and kids up to 12 years old do not pay.

Cordel do Misterio de Caiatú – Thursday, June 30 at 8 p.m.

With the full moon in the small Caiatu in northeastern Brazil on Friday, two night watchmen are surprised to see a terrifying sight. A local radio announcer joked about it on his daily show. Concisao and his mother Feliciana, the bar owner, have felt the effects of the incident throughout the region since its inception.

The show is free for all ages, ticket prices R $ 25 (full), R $ 12.50 (half ticket), R $ 7.50 (approved) and kids up to 12 years old do not pay.

Club da Horta – Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

Weekly meetings at Sesc’s Quintal Agroecológico, where the realities observed in soil, plants and animals on a daily basis, will challenge those responsible – educators and participants – to decide on the place to study, experience and live and intervene.

The activity is free and free for all ages.

Meeting Points for Exchange – Toys, Books and Clothes – June 12, 26 and 30, Sunday and Thursday, 2 p.m.

Get the early childhood items and items in good condition for 0-3 year olds to exchange. Clothing, toys, accessories, equipment (strollers, safety chairs and slings).

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