Fairy tales in the woods
Travelling shows at Alpe Lusia. The wood turns into a natural theatre to dive into an enchanted world
Surrounded by nature, yet easy to reach, Chalet Valbona is a peaceful place, ideal for taking a pleasant break and entertaining the little ones! The garden features a play area with a slackline, Tibetan bridges and a zip line, as well as a mini zoo, where children can meet hens, donkeys, goats and sheep. Every afternoon, children can enjoy fun workshops and learn about nature and local traditions.
The pleasure of walking around the mountain while listening to stories and legends that lead us into a magic and enchanted world. The wood becomes a real natural theatre, which you’ll get to know through the voices of disguised storytellers and puppets. A unique occasion to dive into nature and let your imagination run wild! Alpe Lusia hosts five travelling shows for children (in Italian), with Chalet Valbona as meeting point. Free activity, lift ticket excluded (Ronchi-Valbona gondola). Reservation not required. In case of bad weather, the programme may be subject to variations.
Travelling shows at Alpe Lusia:
- Friday 15th July at 2.30 p.m. Inventing in the nature (by "Sentieri in Compagnia"). What do we need to create a project that’s useful and beautiful both for us and the nature? We’ll need ideas, some tools and we’ll find everything else between the meadow and the wood.
- Friday 29th July at 2.30 p.m. The legend of Casara the witch (by "Sentieri in Compagnia");
- Friday 5th August at 2.30 p.m. Looking for Little Red Riding Hood (by "I Teatri Soffiati"). A walk in the nature to fuel your courage, friendship and spirit of adventure, being careful not to lose your way and to reach the much-coveted grandma’s house...
- Friday 19th August at 2.30 p.m. Polenta the bandit ("I Burattini" by Luciano Gottardi). A puppet theatre in the green meadows of Alpe Lusia;
- Friday 26th August at 2.30 p.m. Inventing in the nature (by "Sentieri in Compagnia"). What do we need to create a project that’s useful and beautiful both for us and the nature? We’ll need ideas, some tools and we’ll find everything else between the meadow and the wood.
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