The summer school holidays will start soon. Many of you are seeking courses or summer camps, an internship or a colony to keep your children and youth busy during the summer. 

Every year, Solidarité européenne/R&D Luxembourg provides you with ideas to keep your kids busy during the long summer holidays. 

Some centres also offer activities for all the family – a really nice way to spend some quality time together.

Also, Solidarité européenne/R&D Luxembourg is well aware of the situation facing our colleagues with lower salaries. We therefore offer financial help for these activities to our members with a net salary of less than 4000€ per month. Please contact the secretariat for full details.

 


Camp:

Panda Club https://www.panda-club.lu/

This is a club run by the Natural History Museum in Luxembourg. The activities are organised around the theme of nature and are aimed at children from the ages of 6-10 years. They take place all the year. You have to be a member of the club to take part (registration is free). The price of the activities varies – some even being free of charge. Typical price for an activity of half a day is 5 €. They also organise activities for the whole family. Although the main language spoken is Luxembourgish, the monitors also speak French and German and some speak English.

 

Young Caritas http://www.youngcaritas.lu/fr

Young Caritas offers holidays for children from 6-17 years, both in Luxembourg and abroad. Some of the activities have a high demand so we recommend that you register as soon as possible.

The price depends to a certain extent on the income of the parents. The main language is Luxembourgish, but monitors also speak French and German, some also speak English.

 

Sports:

 ADEPS http://www.sport-adeps.be/

ADEPS organises sports holidays in different centres in Belgium. The nearest centre is that of Arlon (L'Hydrion). During the summer, sporting holidays are offered on a Monday to Friday basis, with or without accommodation. There are numerous activities to choose from, e.g. football, dance, VTT… The type of activity offered depends also on the site. Activities for families are also available. A working knowledge of French is required to participate.

 

Cultural outings

 

Science Club https://www.science-club.lu/

This club is also run by the Natural History Museum in Luxembourg, but targets older children (11-18 years). The functioning of the club is similar to that of the Panda Club.

 

Philharmonie  www.philharmonie.lu

At the Philharmonie children can discover music through a series of concerts.

There are numerous groups divided by age: 1.2..3...musique (0 to 3 year olds) Loopino and Bout’chou (3 to 5 years old), Philou F and Philou D (5 to 9 years old), Musek erzeilt (5 to 9 years old), Miouzik (9 to 12 years old) iPhil (13 to 17 years old) and OPL family (7 to 12 years old).

Apart from the traditional programmes (classical music, world, modern, chamber and jazz) the Philharmonie also organises concerts “Yoga & Music”, “2 x hören” (Listen 2 times) as well as introductions and meetings with the artists. All information is available on the website.

 

 Casino Luxembourg - Forum for Contemporary Art   www.casino-luxembourg.lu

The Casino offers a complete program of cultural activities for all.

The InfoLab welcomes you in a cosy atmosphere. Works at your disposal: magazines, books, videos and artists files available for consultation. More information on the website

 

Language courses

Berlitz Language School   https://www.berlitz.lu/fr/cours-kids-teen-berlitz

The Berlitz language school organizes sports and language camps for children aged 7 to 17 in Luxembourg and abroad (Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, and Great Britain).

Learning a new language is possible for children from just 4 years old.
In Luxembourg, mountain biking, rock climbing or canoeing are offered to your children in addition to language learning.
The camps are held in Luxembourg City, Echternach, Lultzhausen, Schengen and Vianden.

 

Holiday activities proposed by the municipalities

The municipalities of Luxembourg also offer entertainment for your children and teenagers during the long months of July and August.
Whether it's playful afternoons or full days of nature or discovery trips in replacement of the Relay Houses, you will inevitably find activities for your offspring or teenagers.

Summer jobs for the oldest ones

From the age of 15, young people can also apply for summer jobs in your municipality of residence. The municipalities offer students paid summer work. Inquire at your municipality.

https://www.justarrived.lu/job-etudiant-luxembourg/

 

 

 

 

 

 

… Other sites to be checked out:

 

 

Kidsagenda

 www.kidsagenda.lu

  

Visit Luxembourg

https://www.visitluxembourg.com/en/what-to-do/family-kids

 

 Le gouvernement Luxembourgeois

 http://www.luxembourg.public.lu/en/visiter/que-faire/famille-et-enfants/index.html

  

Service national de la jeunesse

http://agenda.snj.lu/index.php?option=com_events&task=futureevents&Itemid=9

  

Red Cross

http://www.croix-rouge.lu/presentation-du-service-vacances/

  

City of Luxembourg

http://www.vdl.lu/

  

Supermiro

https://www.supermiro.com/

  

Just arrived

http://www.justarrived.lu/fr/je-suis-au-luxembourg/loisirs

  

Altrimenti

http://altrimenti.lu/events/event/workshop-peter-pan-for-families/

  

Petitweb.lu

http://petitweb.lu/agenda/

  

What's On For Kids

https://www.whatsonforkids.lu/

  

KANNER-ELTEREN-CENTER

http://www.capel.lu/kanner_elteren_center-p-37.html

  

https://www.languages.lu/children-teens

 

 

 

If you know of any other centres, please let us know so that we can put the information on our website.

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