Fri, 13.07.18 - Sat, 14.07.18, 10:00 - 16:00
Floating University Berlin, 10965 Berlin, Lilienthalstraße
Kids University

Our grandparents could swim in the Spree! What has changed since then? And what could the “Spree of the Future” look like? Together we trace the water in the city! On the first day we make an expedition to the Spree Canal. On the research ship of Flussbad Berlin e. V. we examine the water quality and collect ideas for the future of the Spree. On the second day we get to know the water cycle and make a bottle garden – a mini ecosystem for your home. P.S.: The bottle garden works without watering.

with Stella Kiesslinger (mediator, Berlin) and Ana Shalin Stoeckermann (participation and education, Flussbad Berlin e.V.)

July 13, 10 am – 4 pm: Part 1: excursion and water filters
Attention: 10:15 am start of the excursion from the Floating University.
July 14, 10 am – 2 pm: Part 2: Water cycle and bottle garden

In cooperation with the urban development project »Flussbad Berlin«, which is committed to turning the Spree Canal, which has been largely unused for more than 100 years in the heart of Berlin, into a new public space that invites you to meet, linger or swim in the clean water.

The workshop is suitable for participants from 10 years. Participation for workshop and excursion is free. Please register at info@floatinguniversity.org