Family day of the French language: Fun and Games for all!

Gustav Adolf Gymnasium

Mar 11 2017 / Mar 11 2017

Suur-Kloostri 16

Save the date! 11 March 1am - 5pm we will celebrate French language: one more reason to throw a party!

This year 2017 celebration will be about having fun and meeting people around stands and activities for everyone…

Through your journey across various stands for games, karaoke, blind tasting and much more. 

Challenge yourself with Karaoke, bingo, minute dictation, taste testing, chrono puzzle, memory game, Afrirythmic, poetry writing…Guaranteed fun for everyone and a gift may be waiting for you!

To end this party, we will offer you a theater show played by French students and songs sung by the students of Gustav Adolf followed by a small reception.

Then, spoil your taste buds with a range of fantastic food stalls (for free and for sale).

Event without registration and free entry for everyone! Bring some money only if you want to offer you a "sweetness".

We look forward to meeting you!

See you soon.

March 11, 1am-5 pm, Gustav Adolf Gymnasium, Suur-Kloostri 16, 10133 Tallin.

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