Kids Dig Science
The next Kids Dig Science event is following Nemo − the friendly clownfish from the film Finding Nemo − around his watery world to learn about the biodiversity in the vastness of the oceans.
This underwater exploration, taking place at Spazju Kreattiv, in Valletta, on Saturday at 3pm, will spotlight the delicate balance that is marine biology and what needs to be done to ensure its survival.
This project is hosted by the Malta Chamber of Scientists and is supported by the Arts Council Malta’s Programme Support Fund.
This event is being held in collaboration with the Malta National Aquarium. For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page.
Walking Art Workshops
Parents and guardians from Birkirkara, Balzan, Attard, Lija and Iklin areas are invited to participate with their children (aged 8 to 10) in a series of walks and creative post-walks sessions as part of a social practice art research project by Raffaella Zammit.
Zammit is a masters student at the University of Malta, who is currently reading for a Master of Arts in Social Practice Arts and Critical Education, supervised by Raphael Vella. For her dissertation she is conducting a study titled ‘Walking uncharted territory – A collective exploration of public space in Birkirkara’.
The aim of this research is to explore mobility and public space through the eyes of parents/guardians and children using artistic methods. Together with Raffaella, participants will go on four short walks and then get creative in workshops afterwards. No artistic experience is required to participate.
Those interested will be meeting at The Mill, Art, Culture and Crafts Centre, Birkirkara between May and September 2023. An additional two sessions will be held to develop an artwork together based on the experiences shared.
Participation is free of charge. To register your interest in participation, fill in this form https://forms.gle/pPf2Uiyv554NgZfM9.
Mum & Me at Playmobil FunPark
Playmobil FunPark is organising a weekend of activities for children and their mothers, such as games for the mums, crafts for kids, dancing, a raffle and various gifts.
Tickets are to be bought on the day from the FunkPark. For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page.
Mother’s Day Frozen Sing-Along event at the Eden Cinemas
This weekend, Eden Cinemas is celebrating Mother’s Day with a special Frozen sing-along event on Saturday and Sunday.
The fun programme will start in the Eden Cinemas foyer, where animators dressed up as children’s favourite characters from the film will entertain those present for about 30 minutes prior to each screening.
Furry Fun Sunday
Families are invited to visit the Petting Farm in Ta’ Qali every Sunday in May from 9am to noon.
The event is organised by Project Green in collaboration with the Petting Farm and is supported by the Ministry for Environment, Energy and Enterprise and the Ministry for Agriculture, Fisheries and Animal Rights. For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page.
Science in the Citadel
The fourth edition of Science in the Citadel is taking place on Sunday from 10am to 6pm. The educational event features activities for all the family and for all ages.
Free activities include workshops, an interactive science fair, animated action, demonstrations and experiments, exhibitions, tours and talks and some science, comedy and dance.