For the 15th consecutive year, our Museum successfully organized Children’s Expression and Creation on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 as part of the Educational Programs and the participation of the world was great.The Educational Programs have begun in 1999 and we constantly improve and adapt to the new conditions.
For one more year, we had the pleasure of having us with the event: the 2nd Elementary School of Chania and the second class with their teachers Mr. Ioannis Drakakis, Mr. Eleni Iordanidou and the trainer of the school Mr Mylonopoulou Nancy and the 2nd All-day Ecological Kindergarten of Chania with Mrs Katsifaraki Thiresia. We thank them very much for the excellent cooperation we have and we would like to continue so.
Also this year for the first time we had the First Primary School of Mournia, the department ST2 and the teacher, Mr. Kitsou Giota, as well as the Theodoropoulou Schools with the E ‘class and their teacher Mr. Gyarakis Stella. Their choir was excellent with the musician Mr. Chalevelakis Georgia and of course thank Pantermaki brothers for the friendly participation. We feel that with these schools we will have close bonds in the future as we make a very good start with the teachers having a lot of appetite and a willingness to offer the best to both their students and us all.
Moreover, we had the pleasure of organizing a contest for another year, but this time the concept is a construction of a model of “100 years of union of Crete with Greece”, in which they participated the Private School of Naval Station, the Primary School of Tsikalaria and the 8th Primary School of Chania, with children’s creations surpassing even our expectations, in a competition that we can say is quite demanding. Also, a special model came from the 36th Kindergarten of Chania for the battle of Crete on the occasion of a “project” they have done since the beginning of the year. Finally, we would like to thank Mr. Polykarp Apostolaki, a member of the Board of Directors who donated many stamps for children, the ELTA that remain next to us once again, but also all those who helped with this event.
- The Museum