Week of Hockey
January 20-26, multiple locations
The annual Hockey Week is a series of countrywide sporting events for children aged 4-8 years. Kids can try out ice hockey and enjoy an entertaining program on and off the ice. All that’s needed to participate is a pair of skates. See the Prague schedule here.
January 21, Congress Center
This unique mix of percussion, dance, theater, and comedy, with amazing musical accompaniment inspired by the hustle and bustle of everyday life, debuted in Brighton, UK in the summer of 1991. During its 28 years of existence “Stomp” has been performed 22,000 times in over 50 countries.
Ice Sculpture Festival
January 25-26, Galerie Harfa
The rooftop of this Prague 9 shopping mall will be adorned with ice sculptures created by local and foreign artists working with chainsaws, chisels and hatchets to design a magical ice kingdom.
Prague Shorts kids
January 25, Bio Oko
Prague Shorts, in collaboration with Aeroškola, presents its sixth annual section of films for children aged three to six. Films this year represent the Czech Republic, Germany, China, and Sweden, among others. The screenings are followed by art and drama workshops.
Lunar New Year’s Eve
January 25, Hoja Pot
A family-friendly event to celebrate the Lunar New Year is taking place at this Vinorady Taiwanese restaurant. Games, crafts, storytelling, and other activities planned in addition to a family-style buffet dinner. Pre-registration required.
“Shine a light on glass” workshop
January 25, Museum of Decorative Arts
During this workshop suitable for children ages 1-5, a tour leader will guide children through the exhibits and sculptures, shine lights on the exhibits to explore the composition and properties of glass. Afterward, crafting with colored foils.
January 25, Multiple venues
This weekend the districts of Letná and Holesovice will host traditional (and not-so-traditional) Czech masopust events. Letná Pig and Carnival takes place in the courtyard of the National Museum of Agriculture with its annual pig-sticking and parade, while the Prague Market kicks off a three-weekend series of masopust-related food markets.
January 26, Atelier Pellé
Patrik Antczak is one of the leading authors of contemporary illustration. A creative workshop for Atelier Pellé based on his latest book, The World Atlas of Ghosts and Ghosts, lets children create a pop-up book and take it home.
“Toothless” film and workshop
January 26, Kasarna Karlín
Free afternoon workshop at this former military barracks and now culture space presents a program of six short films dedicated to taboo subjects such as death. The screening will be followed by a film workshop.
Sunday Artpark workshop
January 26, Galerie Rudolfinum
Following the opening of the new installation in Artpark and the opening of the exhibition of Belgian artist Michael Borremans at Galerie Rudolfinum, another series of art workshops for children begins. The topic is “lost in the landscape.” Art workshops are suitable for kids 4-10 years.
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