Planning for the upcoming Chinese New Year holidays? Bring in the new year with these fun and engaging camps over the holiday.
Ark Eden’s forest camps bring out the adventurous, curious and compassionate side of children. Held in a beautiful valley in Mui Wo, each day is different. Eco-activities include campfire cooking, making a tree-house, ‘forest fashions,’ organic farming, nature play, fun yoga, dog-walking, netting in a stream and cosy camping. Running from February 19 to 23, the nature camps are open to children aged five to 11. 9277 4025, [email protected], www.arkedenonlantau.org
HK DRAGONS FC
HK Dragons FC offers football classes in DB, Pui O, Mui Wo, Stanley and at YMCA of Hong Kong Christian College, Tung Chung for kids, aged three and above, of all abilities. Children learn about teamwork and fair play, and how to get competitive in a fun and safe environment. Professional coaching from UEFA/ FA qualified coaches ensures an improvement in skills, match awareness and fitness. Enrol your kids now in the February 20 to 23 CNY Football Camps, for an early-bird discount! 5360 0565, [email protected], www.dragons.hk
RUMPLE AND FRIENDS
Kids who join Rumple and Friends in Sheung Wan this CNY get to perform an original play, The Story of the Zodiac. Students study drama, magic, circus, musical theatre and puppetry, and put on a performance for parents at the end of the course. Camps run from February 12 to 15 and 20 to 23, 10am to 12pm, and are open to kids aged three to seven. 9830 8287, [email protected], www.rumpleandfriends.com
ZHIZHI CHINESE EDUCATION
DB’s Zhizhi Chinese Education is holding a CNY Language and Culture Camp from February 20 to 22, for kids aged five to 14. Students learn the language by exploring Chinese culture and doing fun activities, such as calligraphy, lanternmaking and traditional food tasting. Experienced international school teacher Debbie Tai invites all students from different language backgrounds and levels to explore Chinese culture during this most important festival. 9648 2966, [email protected], www.zhizhichinese.comTags: Hong Kong, things to do, Chinese New Year activities for kids, cny, camps