19 September 2018 by Christina Barker
In the Far East, many countries celebrate Double Ninth Day with their grandparents. Nine is a number of magic in Chinese culture, so it must be a magical day on the 9th day of the 9th month in the Lunar calendar! What do people do on the Double Ninth Day? How do they celebrate the great magical day with their parents or grandparents? What's the magical story behind the traditional festival? Come to join us on 23rd Oct at OYAP! You'll also learn some Chinese paper cutting skills to make a greeting card for your parents or grandparents or carers!
Join us at
OYAP, The Old St Edburg's School, Cemetery Rd, Bicester OX26 6BB.
The fun starts from 14:00 until 16:00 pm.
£5 per child
2.00 – 2.20 What’s Double Ninth Day?
2.20 – 2.35 Story of the Festival
2.35 – 2.40 Discussion after the very Eastern story
2.40 – 2.55 Dance with the Dragon to celebrate the Festival
2.55 – 3.30 Writing Happy Double Ninth in Chinese
230 – 4.00 Making a thank you card for grandparents
With so much to do, which activity will be your favourite?
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We look forward to you joining us!