The February springtime is over. It looks like skiing is mostly over too. Let’s welcome the cold and unpredictable March with a warm hello. Why? Finally, a month without school holidays! And a month of some exciting events in Geneva!

Ready? Let’s do it!


It’s been 30 years since the first Titeuf comic book was published! If your kids speak French and live in Geneva, they probably know Titeuf already, but if not – it’s the time! The author of this world-renowned comic book series, Zep, is native to Carouge and involved in campaigns that educate kids on road safety or in those tackling sexual harassment.

On the occasion of this big anniversary, Carouge organises weeks of Titeuf fun that Parentville will surely report closely on Instagram.

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This festival dedicated to kids aged 0-6 happens in several municipalities: three of them are in Canton Geneva, while others are in neighboring France. The program is rich, and filled with theatre shows, movies, exhibitions, playtime, workshops, and fun! Some activities require reservations, and some don’t. Some of the events are free of charge, others require a paid ticket. Choose the activities your kids will love the most by consulting the program here.

EXP’EAU 23 – exhibition
Pavillon Sicli, 25 & 26 March

Lake Geneva, the Rhône, the Arve, the Drize, the Aire, the Versoix… Do you know Geneva’s rivers? What do they give us? What challenges do they face? During a weekend of events, dive into the heart of Geneva’s aquatic heritage, learn about the right things to do to protect the most precious of our resources. What can you expect? Immerssive animations, workshops, conferences, and an exhibition. But also a surprise evening (19h-21h30) « Silence, ça s’écoule ! ». More detailed program will be available from March 10. You can check the details here.

Palexpo, March 22-26

The annual books expo will happen this year in Palexpo and will have many accompanying events in the city. Entry to Palexpo events will be free of charge. There is a very cool program for schools this year, so keep your fingers crossed that your child will go there with their class. You can also go as a family, of course. It’s always so refreshing to be surrounded by books and authors. Having said that, check the program carefully not to miss any interesting things!

More info here.


There are many plays on stages of many theatres across Geneva with a wide choice for all ages and tastes. You can find them all in Parentville’s calendar under the « theatre » category. Check it out here.

Versoix, March 25 – April 2

What happens when four stars leave the bright lights of Broadway and take leading roles in a small-town controversy making national headlines? Big drama. Bigger laughs. And the biggest musical showstopper in years!

More info: here.

There’s way more going on but listing it all here would make this article unbearably long. You will see all choices, and be able to filter them by age/interests/types etc right after hitting the button below!