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The best summer camps in Geneva, 2024

The best summer camps in Geneva, 2024

Discover a fantastic selection of high-quality summer camps in Geneva! Whether you're looking for camps in English or French, there's something for everyone—from toddlers and older kids to teenagers. These camps offer a variety of activities, including sports,...

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Geneva 1P without secrets

Geneva 1P without secrets

1P aka 1 primaire, or else 1st grade. /scroll down for the back-to-school vocab cheat sheet for parents/ Your child enters Geneva public school this year in 1P? Parentville's got you covered. Just remember: as everything in Switzerland depends on the canton, the...

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Discover the Excitement of Planet Climbing

Discover the Excitement of Planet Climbing

Climbing is a fascinating activity that many kids naturally engage in at home. Why not let them explore this passion in a safe, specially designed environment? Welcome to Planet Climbing, with two state-of-the-art facilities in Geneva: one in Lancy and our new space...

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Easter PARTY Extravaganza for kids in Geneva

Easter PARTY Extravaganza for kids in Geneva

Save the date! On March 28th, at 16:30 Just Bloom is throwing the most entertaining Easter party for kids Geneva has ever seen. It will be a 2 hours long Easter party extravaganza with egg hunts, workshops, entertainers, make-up, and a paper confetti disco! Not to...

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Family Spring Break 2024 in Geneva

Family Spring Break 2024 in Geneva

Geneva's schools will close for two weeks. If you're staying in Geneva during that time, this article is for you. It is filled with fun events and propositions of places to visit. If you prefer Easter-themed fun, there's plenty in this article. PS: there's also always...

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Easter Fun for kids in geneva 2024

Easter Fun for kids in geneva 2024

Spring break and Easter holidays are here! If you're planning to be in Geneva around that time, rest assured there will be plenty of things to do and see in the region! This list below is all about Easter activities. The spring break propositions (without eggs or...

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Diving Into the World of Aquababies – new in geneva

Diving Into the World of Aquababies – new in geneva

A new wave in children's swimming education is making a splash in Geneva (and Aubonne)! Let's welcome Aquababies! Innovative children's swim lessons for families seeking a blend of safety, fun, and tailored learning for their little ones. Founded in 1990 by the...

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Intersoccer – bilingual camps for everyone

Intersoccer – bilingual camps for everyone

Whether your child is into soccer or not, this article is for you. Because Intersoccer is not about professional football and raising the next Ronaldo (well, not primarily). Soccer is more than just a sport – it's a teacher of life skills. Intersoccer emphasizes the...

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Winter warm up places in the Geneva region

Winter warm up places in the Geneva region

Tired of the cold nasty bise, grey skies, and winter jackets? There are places in and around Geneva where you can enjoy the warmth and forget about the nasty icy winds! HOT POOLS: Bains de Cressy - the swimming pool of the cantonal hospital (HUG). It's a nice indoor...

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Christmas in Geneva – Family Fun, 2023

Christmas in Geneva – Family Fun, 2023

December, here we come! Here's a list of fun Christmas-y things to do with your family in the region. It will be impossible to do everything, so plan wisely. Many of these events and places are open yearly, so don't worry if you miss out this time. You can always do...

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Letters to Santa the Swiss way

Letters to Santa the Swiss way

Who wouldn't want to receive an answer to their letters to Santa? Every year thousands of children on both hemispheres write letters of wishes to Santa in hope, not only to get the gifts but also to hear back from the old man. Then, the parents already busy by...

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L’Escalade for beginners

L’Escalade for beginners

In this article, you'll learn why in Geneva, it is more important to have a costume ready in December than in October, why you can expect people to knock on your door and sing in a strange language, and how a chocolate cauldron is connected to the most important...

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