The program for the Easter holiday 2022 in Neuss

Easter holidays in Neuss
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This is the program for the Easter holiday

The Easter holiday is approaching, however, two weeks when lots of fun activities are tempting. We provide an overview of the 2022 holiday program in Neuss.

Clemens Sells Museum From April 11 to 14, daily change events will be held at the Clemens Seals Museum under the theme “Holiday Pleasure.” From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. children aged 10-14 can learn more about the Roman way of life (Mon), take part in a graffiti workshop (Tuesday), create their own postcards (Wednesday) or Use of applications in the Find Your Way Gallery and Game Test (Thursday). The entry fee is ten euros, including materials. There are still a few free places. Registration can be done online at www.clemens-sels-museum-neuss.de/programm/ferienspass.

Alpine Park Neuss Alpenpark Kids Camp offers several three-day ski and snowboard camps during the Easter holidays – beginner and advanced skiers between the ages of 7 and 13 are welcome. Camp starts at 9:30 AM and ends at 1:30 PM

Participation fees start at €219 and include skis, shoes, helmet, food and drink. Registration takes place at www.tickets.alpenpark-neuss.de/de/kurse/kidscamp.

Incult The InKult Youth Center also attracts with a colorful program from April 11-14. Monday starts from three in the afternoon until half past six in the evening “with sewing bags and the like.” There will be a trip on Tuesdays to the Graffiti Course at the Clemens Sills Museum (10am-3pm). Anyone who has always wanted to make their own candles can try their hand at creativity on Wednesdays from 3pm to 6:30pm. The “Woodworks and Easter Crafts” course concludes on Thursday from 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

Registration for all days of the program is done by email at [email protected]

greyhound berth 1 In keeping with Easter, kids can paint and dye eggs at Greyhound on Monday, April 11. The following week, on Wednesday, April 20, the biscuits will be baked together. Registration is not required for the open program, which targets children and youth between the ages of twelve and sixteen.

From April 13-14, there will also be an overnight stay for children aged 12 and over at Greyhound. It starts at 6pm and is due to be received around 12pm the next day. Registrations will be accepted until 7 April via email to [email protected]

Greyhound Pier 1 is open daily during the holidays from 12 pm to 7 pm except on Thursdays and holidays.

Schul brothers house At the Easter open program at Geschwister-Scholl-Haus there are all sorts of (creative) shows to get off the ground: kids can play soccer, basketball or baseball on the sports field, while musicians try their hand at singing or rapping in the music room. . New tools can also be learned there. The creative room also provides space for crafts and drawing. If the weather is nice, a campfire is planned.

The program takes place daily between 1 pm and 8 pm (for elementary school students until 7 pm). Registration is not necessary, all children and youth between the ages of 6 and 26 can participate.

Municipal swimming pools On Sunday, April 10, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the Ninja Cross Championship will take place at Neusser Stadtbad in Niederwallstrasse. Dexterity, coordination and muscle strength are required on a 23-meter water course. The competitions are divided by age groups, and all the winners can also look forward to a surprise.

The event is open to all children over the age of 8 who can swim. Pre-registration is not necessary. Admission is €3.20 for youth and €5.20 for adults.

On Thursdays, April 14 and 21, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., kids will learn all about safe swimming at the “Rettet Fridolin” pool in the south. Among other things, they learn how to use rescue equipment, swim through currents, and how CPR works.

The event targets children from the age of nine who can swim. Registration is currently at the ticket office in Südbad, and the participation fee of €15.50 also includes lunch.

Evangelical Church Institutions During the first week of the holiday (April 11-14) the children work on an art project on the theme “The Way of the Cross” at the Reformed Church. The idea is to bring you into the realities of children’s lives by discussing questions such as “Where have you experienced injustice before?”. From the experiences they have collected, the children make a picture that will be displayed on Maundy Thursday as part of the celebration for children and parents.

More information and registration details are available by sending a request to [email protected]

The church community in Norfbach organizes the Spring Workshop from April 11-14 to suit the season. There the children do crafts, bake and cook together, and also go on trips.

The program is aimed at children from eight to twelve years old, and takes place at the Norf am Norfbach Center for Children and Youth. More information about online registration is available at www.evangelisch-in-neuss.de. Laura Wagner

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