GREENPEACE AND MAYA THE BEE CELEBRATE WORLD BEE DAY
Mon, 05/07/2018 - 10:26
Next Sunday May 20 will take place a large gymkana full of activities in Parque Europa de Torrejón de Ardoz.
The event is part of the SOS ABEJAS GREENPEACE & MAYA campaign.
Greenpeace and Planeta Junior, the European leader in children's and young people's entertainment, will celebrate the SOS Greenpeace and Maya Bees Party on Sunday 20 May at an event for children that will take place at the Brandenburg Gate of Parque Europa in Torrejón de Ardoz (Madrid), from 11:00 to 18:00.
The event will consist of a large gymkhana for the whole family, in which the children together with their parents will participate in fun quizzes based on biodiversity, the pollination or life in the hive and may even sing and dance with their favorite characters of Maya the Bee.
In addition, the youtuber Alma's Cupcakes will give the masterclass " Cooking with honey ", where the families will be able to prepare recipes inspired by the world of bees. It is also possible to attend to a conference by Greenpeace where experts from the organisation will discuss the
the importance of bees for the balance of the planet and how to save them.
The company Creativos Educativos is behind the production of all the activity, in which also collaborates with Canal Panda, which will have its own stand with gifts for families assistants.
To celebrate World Bees Day, Greenpeace and Planeta Junior have also launched a national drawing competition, the winners of which will see their work displayed in a dedicated space during the event. In addition, technology lovers will be able to interact with Maya and its friends on a virtual reality set and draw and color with them.
Parents who wish to book their place and consult the detailed timetable and activities can do so at the following link: http://www.sosabejamaya.com
This event is part of the SOS ABEJAS GREENPEACE & MAYA campaign, aimed at raising awareness and sensitizing children to the need to save bees.
With this campaign, Greenpeace and Planeta Junior entrust Maya the Bee, an educational reference for many generations, with the task of promoting interest in improving the environment and, at the same time, developing children's ability to learn about the importance of the bee as a pollinating agent. Both Maya the Bee and Greenpeace share the same values of responsibility, nature, love, freedom, biodiversity, exploration, adventure and joy.