We invite you to a free show @ Eldborg hall, Harpa. Tomorrow at 10:20.
Get your free tickets here :
Our charity organization, Flottafólk, is pleased to present its summer schedule for children and teenagers. We have a football course with Ukrainian coaches, a music course for the youngest children and a scouting course for children and teenagers coming up. We are interested in number of participants for each course. Please comment below “Football +1” / “Music +1” / “Scouts +1” (+1 = number of children attending)
We will be promoting each event separately this week. As always, our Children’s Center at Hátún 2 is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 3pm where children can play and get breakfast, lunch and afternoon coffee.
Our facility in Neskirkja is also open as usual, where you can get clothes, access computers and meet Ukrainians or volunteers who are here to help.
Your community center, G8 at Aflagrandi 40, opens again after the summer with a wonderful agenda for everyone.
Kidarchy (Krakkaveldi) would like to invite Ukrainian children of all ages to come and play games with them on June 17th at Iðnó theater in Vonarstræti 3, downtown Reykjavík. The invitation is part of their takeover at Iðnó theater as part of the Reykjavík Arts Festival Programme of 2022.
Kidachy is a group of kids aged 7-13 who are organizing a whole day of fun and happenings as part of the Reykjavík Arts Festival Programme of 2022. The kids have been discussing how they can show support for the children who have had to flee Ukraine from war, and came up with the idea to have an hour of fun and games together to connect with them and make new friends. We hope the children and their parents will accept the kids’ invitation to come and have fun with us on June 17th, which is the Icelandic National Day! The games will be taking place inside the Iðnó theater from 16-17.
When: June 17th from 16:00-17:00
Where: Iðnó, Vonarstræti 3, downtown Reykjavík
We invite you to watch Disney’s “Encanto” cartoon in the Ukrainian language on June 1st at 17:00 at Sambioin cinema Álfabakka. 300 seats available.
Álfabakki, 109 Reykjavík
MAP location, click here
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, AT 6:45 PM
In 1986, Chornobyl became the site of the greatest nuclear accident in history. An area the size of Luxemburg was contaminated and closed off, but in the years following, some of the residents returned to the exclusion zone and made it their home. At the end of February, Chornobyl again made headlines around the world when it was invaded by a Russian occupying force. The Russians are no longer there but now, at the 36th anniversary of the accident, it is time to look back at the tragic history of Chornobyl.
The programme is as follows:
THURSDAY, MARCH 31, AT 7 PM – 9 PM
SUNDAY, MARCH 27 at 1 PM
Human rights, lives of children, women, and men, sovereignty of countries. These are values we have and continue to show support to. These values for more than a month have been brutally undermined in Ukraine. Let’s meet again at Hallgrimskirkja and walk down to Tungata 24 on Sunday, in support and solidarity of Ukraine and protest against brutality.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2022 AT 2 PM – 10 PM
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2022 AT 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
The IYC (Intercultural Youth Center) in union with modurmal invites you to participate in the fundraising for the children of Ukraine. There will be a children´s concert of individual performances but also children will be selling cookies, cake, and other things designed and made by them. There will be board games, and much more!