Early-May kids: Get creative! – The Post

Early-May kids: Get creative!

Sketching, soccer and skateboards

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May 1st, 2015 11:00 pm| by Maria Dunbar
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Creative workshops
from May 1, 13:00 most days; Kongens Have, Cph K; free adm; parkmuseerne.dk

All summer long from around 1 pm there will be creative workshops in the King’s Garden.

Let your imagination flow onto paper or materials as you create your own mythical creature, tend to Christian IV’s kitchen garden, make bath salts from the herbs or listen to an hourly story.

All workshops are held in the gazebo closest to the Dronningens Tværgade entrance.

Bear in mind that there will also be park maps with the trees’ life stories attached to them.

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Brede Works opens
from May 1, Tue-Sun 10:00-16:00; IC Modewegs Vej 6, Lyngby

This museum of industrial culture showcases how industrialisation changed the lives of the average Dane.

See how workers used to live during the development of industry on the guided tour, and then compare it to the factory owner’s family house also seen on the tour.

Try working on an assembly line in the old textile factory that houses the museum, which became the heart of the community.
Using your ActiveTicket, you can play short videos showing the POV of a character.

Flex football courts open
May 2, 07:00-23:00; DGI Byen, Cph V; reservation required at dgi-byen.halbooking.dk

Never got enough players for a game of five-a-side? Try DGIByen’s new football pitches built for teams of four (or any size you’d like). Balls are not provided.

Team Mills Sk8school
Sundays 10:00-13:00; Amager Skatepark, Refshalevej 189, Cph K; various prices, sign up on Facebook required

Get your wheels and learn to ride your scooter or skateboard like a professional. The first 90 minutes are dedicated to scooter beginners and novices.