Les PETITS BRICOLOS
create with fun
What we offer : Build your own bird feader, bat house, ship and more... Quiet time and outdoor games will be on the schedule too!!
- Bring your own lunch and come ready to have fun
- We will take care of their safety and make sure they have a great time
- Workshops start at 9am and finish at 5pm
- Prices: 100chf for the day or 450chf for the week
- Maximum 10 children to ensure high-quality learning and fun
- Feel free to contact us with any questions
Workshop for adults on Wednesday from 6.30pm to ...
At least 2 hours workshop to make what you want.
Come and learn how to use tools, to make things yourself and to repair broken items.
Why buy and throw away when you can build and repair yourself?
Don’t buy something made for you, Do it yourself.
80chf/session, subscription available.
Great atmosphere guaranteed.
Wednesday from 1.30pm to 3pm
How about an activity you can do WHITH your child? Make your own furnitures, games, gifts…
Now you can DO IT YOURSELF and DO IT TOGETHER. Subscribe now.
Every wednesday upon registration
60CHF/session,For multiple sessions please ask for a price.
Welcome to Woodwork !
Discover “les petits bricolos”; wood workshops where kids come to create, use their hands and solve problems.
They will be learning by doing, enjoying the creative process, and learning skills last a lifetime.
From 4 to 18 years old, the workshop is done in a safe and friendly environment.
Our “petits bricolos” can make pretty much anything they wish to build, we will be there to guide them towards their goals, and at the end they will be amazed when they see what they have achieved.
Who teaches the classes?
Maluen Prunier called « Malou » by the kids is the founder of “les petits bricolos”.
As a kid he learned a lot with his dad who was an avid woodworker and all-round handyman. Being the eldest of a family of 5 children, he quickly found out that looking after kids/teenagers would be a large part of his life.
After receiving a degree in Sports Education and travelling the world extensively, he came to Geneva in 2013 where he has worked in schools and afterschool clubs with students from 4-18 years old.
In 2017, he started to offer wood workshops in schools and in community centers, where he realized that there is a large desire to get back to practical skills that have been otherwise replaced by technology.
Today, many parents and children/teens see the immense value of learning practical skills like woodworking and are excited to put their phones down and enjoy learning a lost art.