Panatostrachy, or Halloween Spooks for Kids in Panato Café

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It will be a double occasion to celebrate on October 31 in Panato Café. On this day, the creators of the café will not just be having Halloween fun. It will be the first anniversary of Panato’s existence. During the day, children will be able to participate in free art classes, and in the evening grownups are invited to play charades and see scary movies!

To celebrate the first anniversary of the special café, a birthday party will be held this Saturday. This day is also the Polish festival named Dziady, which is the local version of Halloween, therefore, the first birthday of the cooperative café in the Nadodrze district will be held in a slightly ghoulish atmosphere with a large dose of humor. The organizers guarantee scariness, fun and delicious treats. The program includes free art classes for children, charades, special discounts, reading of the drama Dziady with a cup of coffee and a lot of positive energy.

Panato Café is a cooperative where you pay for the time and not the product. Its daily activities include art classes for children, coffee cupping, regular laughter yoga meetings, Philosophical Tuesdays and Social Science Sundays.


12:00 pm-3:00 pm – free spooky art classes for children: the youngest patrons, together with PANATO’s animators and PANATO Café will be making colorful Halloween party masks and Halloween lanterns

4:30 pm – movie-themed (horror, thriller) charades

6:00 pm – Birthday CAKE

7:00 pm-8:30 pm – screening of Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922)

from 8:30 pm – night by the fire