Family in the City

Family in the City

Family in the City
Sokolniki Museum and Educational Centre, Moscow, Russia, exhibit hall 7a
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About the project:

The exhibition is to give answers to the most vital questions, such as: How one can improve the living facilities of young families? Which kindergarten is right for your child: public or private? Which place is worth visiting with the whole family for a holiday?

This well-thought out exhibition is to help the visitors to learn all the required information. The visitors to find themselves in a specific city constructed after the image of Moscow. Sadovoe Koltso to be turned into Semeiniy Prospekt (Family Avenue), which is to split into Prospekt Svobodi (Freedom Avenue), Prospekt Zdorovya (Health Avenue), Yarmarochnaya Ulitsa (Shopping Street), Prospekt Znaniy (Knowledge Avenue) and Ulitsa Razvlecheniy (Entertainment Street).

All the avenues and streets will symbolize theme-based departments of the Exhibition. For example, in Prospekt Svobodi (Freedom Avenue) you will have an opportunity not only to get financial and legal consulting, but also to discuss family rights directly to the representatives of government and municipal authorities.

Prospect Zdoroviya (Health Avenue) is to introduce the visitors to places they can apply to keep a sound mind in a sound body. Shopaholics can proceed directly to Yarmarochnaya Ulitsa (Shopping Street), where you can buy products for mothers, toys, as well as clothes for children, books and other goods.

Prospekt Znaniy (Knowledge Avenue) will give you information on kindergartens, private schools, educational centers for children, as well as various courses and programmes for parents. Life in Moscow is extremely busy and fast. Every day we should manage to cope with our responsibilities in time, as well as to have time to rest! Come and learn information on a wide range of family vacations to be presented at the exhibition!

The exhibition programme includes Master classes and entertaining programmes for children.

Open hours: 10 a.m. — 6 p.m.
Price: 60 rub
The entrance is free in case you have an invitation or a flyer
To get an invitation, please visit the following website.

Organizing Committee:

Aleksandra Zhukova
Address: Office 388, ½ Vostryakovsky proezd, Moscow 117546 Russia
Phone: +7 (926) 346-5534

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