Prime Minister Beata Szydło on the celebration of the Children’s Day at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister: Today, children rule

I'm glad you're with us, said Prime Minister Beata Szydło while greeting children in the gardens of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister. 


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Photo: P. Tracz / Chancellery of the Prime Minister

The head of government opened the gates of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister on the occasion of the Children's Day, announcing that that day, in the Chancellery’s gardens, the youngest guests would have a chance to play, learn and meet interesting people. But above all, it should be a great time, this is what I sincerely wish you, added the Prime Minister and concluded: Today, children rule!.

Children’s Day at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister

The gardens of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister were opened already for the fourth time. Together with ministries, we organised a family picnic for everyone. This year event’s motto was: “Children rule”.

There were many attractions waiting for children and parents, including:

  • contests with prizes;
  • presentations of the Custom Service’s dogs;
  • scientific experiments for the big and the small;
  • face painting;
  • bouncy castle;
  • photo booth pictures;
  • moped simulator;
  • robotics workshops;
  • molecular gastronomy;
  • degustation of Polish specialties;
  • Copernicus on the Wheels;
  • military equipment presentation;
  • 3D driving simulator and crash simulator;
  • sapper maze;
  • art workshops;
  • sports competitions;
  • lots of gadgets.

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