“Once upon a time there was a port”: creative workshops for schoolchildren on teh history of teh Free Port to be held on Saturday, 16th November

The next creative morning, run by the “paper engineer” Annalisa Metus, will take place Saturday  16 November from 11:00 to 12:00 and will provide children between the ages of 5 and 10 with the opportunity to built a cardboard copy of the Free Port through a pop-up theatre performance that will feature some of what were the Port’s most characteristic elements 300 years ago: sailing ships, bundles of cargo, and warehouses.

The last appointment will take place on Saturday 30 November, with a special Christmas edition in view of the forthcoming Christmas festivity.

The 50-minute workshops will take place at 11:00 and will be attended by 12 children each. Interested parents should reserve a space for their child at: