June 1, 2019

A child festival is held in the Heydar Aliyev Centre’s park

On June 1st, a child festival was organized in the park of the Heydar Aliyev Centre.


Dedicated to the International Children’s Protection Day, the event was organized by the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, supported by the Education Ministry.


Various zones were created in the Centre’s park, within the framework of the festival, covering children’s interests, widening their view of the world, and entertaining and enlightening programmes were presented for different age groups.


Inhabitants of children’s homes operating in Baku and regions, as well as students of boarding schools attended the festival.


In the course of the festival, children entertained themselves on various amusement facilities, on an ice ground, playing chess, and tried themselves on a series of sports types.


The little experienced interesting moments, having painted their faces in “face art” zones according to their wishes, watched circus elements, and entertained themselves on side-shows. Street art fans drew pictures on asphalt, and  car lovers drove cars on a rally ground.


Animal lovers experienced interesting moments in the Centre’s park: they could undertake a safari tour, build live relations with animals in mini zoos and mini farms, become familiarized with wonders of the underwater world, and watch an exhibition of service dogs. Children gained also a chance to participate in a quiz of “Toplan” Care for Homeless Dogs Centre.


Special areas were active for children taking interest in archaeology and astronomy.


Entertaining and enlightening zones were created with the support of “Studyland” Child Development Centre, “Creative TK Kids” Child Centre, “Dear Kid” Science Centre,  “EkoSfera” Social and Ecological Centre, “Megafun” Entertainment Centre, “Bolshoy Prazdnik” Trade House, and “Tusi Bohm Planetarium”. The Baku Book Centre and “3 Apples” child literature print house organized reading zones. Music programmes were presented in the park throughout the event. Children also watched various shows performed by the Young Spectators Theatre.


The InnoFest Village too operated in the Centre’s park. This zone was arranged, following the initiative of the Ministry of Transport, Communication and High Technologies, in the framework of the InnoFest Festival, which took place for the first time in Azerbaijan.


“Robopark”, an interactive museum, VR games, “Baku Open Cyber Cup”, “TechFest Baku” zones, where innovative products and services are demonstrated, trainings allowing to work with drones and robots conducted, and an entertaining ground were functioning in InnoFest Village.


Presents were given to inhabitants of children’s homes and students of boarding schools by the Heydar Aliyev Foundation.


On June 1st, children were given a chance to realize their wishes and dreams in the Heydar Aliyev Centre’s park, to spend their leisure together with friends, and celebrate their holiday together.