Saturday April 28th, 2018
From 16.00 to 17.30 at Anfiteatro del Venda

Archeogames: discovery the Greek Theater
An activity offered by ASTER

“ASTER” was created by Sofia, Laura and Claudia, three young graduates very passionate about history, archeology, food and wine. In fact, the project was born thinking about food as a very important part of a land culture, which would be greatly combined with historical and traditional knowledge. From this concept came the name ASTER, acronym for Archeologia, Storia, Territorio, Enogastronomia, Radici (archeology, history, land, food and wine, roots).
As archaeologists experienced in education and entertainment, Sofia, Laura and Claudia love working with kids and offering their knowledge trough playing. Creativity is the main actor of the workshop, during which kids have the opportunity to make clay works and use other common materials. Objects so created will be carried at home at the end of the day.

For Saturday April 28th at Anfiteatro del Venda we chose a theme suitable to call back the natural shape of the theater: so we are presenting “Greek theater, what a passion!”.
Kids are trying their hand creating masks which are going to be used in short plays later. This way, they are discovering how ancient Greeks loved to spend the day watching theathral shows.

Parents will spend a relaxing couple of hours immersed in the green, enjoying an extraordinary landscape and drinking a glass of Ca’ Lustra wine with a snack.

Prices:
Family package (3 people)
28€: includes wine tasting for 2 adults and workshop for 1 child

Family plus package
36€: includes wine tasting for 2 adults and workshop for 2 children

Additional people
8€ per person/child

Where:
Anfiteatro del Venda, via Sottovenda, Galzignano Terme (PD)

Compulsory reservation
Infos and reservation: aster.archeologia@gmail.com – +39 340 42 04 025