Pumpkin Pumpkin – Culture for childrenCooperation between blacksheep and the support association of the Bonfeld primary school
Pumpkin Pumpkin – culture for children
Saturday, October 22, from 3 p.m. / 5 p.m
This event is sponsored by SÜWAG, Wüteria and Schloss Affaltrach
Pumpkin Pumpkin – Culture for children is a cooperation between blacksheep and the support association of the Bonfeld primary school. The next edition will take place on Saturday, 22nd October. The Balsam fairy tale team will be there again.
3 p.m. Carving pumpkins
Members of the Bonfeld primary school support association do not pay anything for the handicraft lesson, non-members pay a small fee on site. Children who do not attend the Bonfeld primary school can also take part, but must register separately. Children under the age of eight can take part in the crafts, but pumpkin carving is only possible with a legal guardian.
Registration is via Carmen Exner, telephone 0173 8519655, or by e-mail to Carmen Exner via email@example.com.
4.30 pm Walk with the Balsam fairy tale team
Again, the Balsam fairy tale team takes children and relatives through the Bonfeld Castle Park. Eva Kern-Horsch and Cornelia Tanner have been storytellers since 2005. At Pumpkin Pumpkin they tell stories appropriate to the season. They pick up the children at the elementary school and take them to the castle park and courtyard.
5 p.m. Waffles, sausages and more
In the castle courtyard, the cultural initiative blacksheep offers waffles, sausages, soup, mulled wine, children’s punch and other drinks at family-friendly prices. The pumpkins that the children have made before can also light up there. They contribute to the particularly beautiful atmosphere of this event. Admission is free.
The event ends around 7 p.m.
Please note: The blacksheep event is a public event that will also be photographed. If necessary, these photos will be used for our press and public relations work. If you don’t want that, please contact our photographers. Cooperation between blacksheep and the Bonfeld primary school development association