Every day from Monday to Friday children aged 2–5 and 5–12 may attend workshops based on Polish traditional culture (music, dance, arts and crafts) and children’s folklore. In order to attend, children need to have a fully paid Tabor pass (except local children from Zawadka Rymanowska, who may attend free of charge).
Children aged 5–12 are welcome to attend the Tiny Little Tradition Club, located in the centre of Zawadka Rymanowska – Monday to Friday, 10:00–13:00.
Children attending the workshops will be divided into age groups of about 15 kids each. If you would like your child to be in a group with another child, please mark it in the registration form. Each group will have its own tutor. The workshops in separate groups will last from 10:00 till 12:00. From 12:00 till 13:00 all the groups will spend time together in the big hall of the People’s House – with dances, fun and games to live music (played by Emilia Herda, Katarzyna Andrzejowska-de Latour, Piotr Herda, Witold Roy Zalewski, Agata Krawczyk).
This year, the Tiny Little Tradition Club will offer the following activities:
– arts and crafts inspired by traditional culture (Maria Kondrad);
– nature walks (Dorota Rygiel);
– a tale of sounds – a presentation of instruments from all over the world, with stories connected with them, free access to the instruments, a rattle workshop, an interactive sound-based storytelling session (Dorota, Tomasz i Bolesław Rygiel);
– music and rhythm workshop (Agnieszka Bernacka);
– music-making with traditional and percussion instruments, music games and singing folk songs (Witold Roy Zalewski i Jerzy Burdzy).
The workshops will take place in the dance hall and at the ground floor premises of the People’s House and at the Pilgrims’ House – all located in the centre of Zawadka Rymanowska, 4 km from the Farfurnia tourist farm and 1 km from the Cottage run by the Student Association of Mountain Guides.
For children aged 2–5 with parents, there will be a morning session with music, singing and dance and an afternoon arts workshop – Monday to Friday at 10:00–11:00 and 12:15–13:00 at the sheltered dance floor on the Farfurnia premises.
- 10:00–11:00 – dances and games accompanied by traditional instruments (Emilia Herda, Agata Krawczyk, Tomasz and Bolek Rygiel).
- 12:15–13:00 arts workshops – Michał Kacprzyk (pottery) and Maria Kondrad (various techniques).
Parents with babies and toddlers aged 0–2 are welcome to join the Waking-up unlullabies workshop with music therapist Aneta Majewska – Monday to Friday at 8:30–9:00 a.m. at the sheltered dance floor on the Farfurnia premises.
Every evening, children and parents are welcome to attend a bedtime storytelling session by Agnieszka Kontny (Teatrzyk Raz-dwa-trzyk) and Witold Zalewski and Katarzyna Andrzejowska-de Latour (Jaworowi Ludzie) – Monday to Friday at 8 p.m. at the sheltered dance floor on the Farfurnia premises.
THE CHILDREN’S WORKSHOPS AT THE FAMILY TABOR IN ZAWADKA RYMANOWSKA – THE RULES
- Children attending the workshops will be divided into age groups of about 15 kids each. If you would like your child to be in a group with another child, please mark it in the registration form. Each group will have its own tutor. The workshops in separate groups will last from 10:00 till 12:00. From 12:00 till 13:00 all the groups will spend the time together in the big hall of the People’s House – with dances, fun and games to live music.
- Registering your children for the workshops means that you have read the information about the children’s workshops and accept the rules included here.
- The number of places at the children’s workshops is limited. Places are available on a first-come, first-served basis, confirmed by the payment of the Tabor fee.
- The children’s workshops are available to children with full Tabor passes (and their parents, in case of younger kids).
- The workshops will be offered in several age groups:
– children aged 0–2 with parents – Farfurnia, Monday to Friday, 8:30–9:00;
– children aged 2–5 with parents – Farfurnia, Monday to Friday, 10:00–11:00 and 12:15–13:00;
– children aged 5–12 lat without parents – Tiny Little Tradition Club in the centre of Zawadka Rymanowska, Monday to Friday, 10:00 – 13:00 (separate age groups).
- Children aged 2–5 participate in the workshops with their parents or other adult guardians, and remain in their care during all activities. This group is recommended for children who do not attend preschools or may find it difficult to separate from their parents.
- At the Tiny Little Tradition Club children may attend the workshops on their own, as long as they don’t have problems separating from their parents. If this is not the case, a parent should accompany the child, at least during the Monday workshops.
- During the workshops, children must not leave the site of the workshops on their own.
- Before the first workshops at the Tiny Little Tradition Club, a list of participants will be prepared. Attendance will be checked every day, before the workshops and after they finish (at 1 p.m.).
- If you wish to pick up your child from the Tiny Little Tradition Club before 1 p.m., you are requested to notify the tutor of the group. The children must not leave the site of the workshops if the tutors have not been notified.
- The children travel to and from the Tiny Little Tradition Club with their parents.
- After the workshops, the children must be picked up on time from the site of the workshops by their parents, guardians or other adults with written permission. The organizers are responsible for the children’s safety only until the end of the workshops each day.
- Apart from the time spent at the Tiny Little Tradition Club workshops, the children remain in their parents’ care throughout the Family Tabor.
- Please note that the workshops will be documented (photographed and filmed) for promotional and reporting purposes. Photo consent is required in the registration form.