Can going to school be exciting?
There are schools with no breaks where you don't have to learn the times tables. But these are the schools kids love to attend the most! Hobby education includes activities directed at keeping children and youngsters busy in the broadest sense of the word – hobby activities support kids in their development, contribute to their future and influence their thinking. A hobby school should be chosen by parents taking into account their child's strong points and abilities – whether it be foreign languages, robotics, crafts, dancing or nature studies. Finding the right hobby school is a major undertaking. To make the process easier and simplify your choices, we have invited the best of these schools to attend the Kids and Family Expo. Come and pick your favourite together with your children!
Companies that work in the field of hobby education and specialise in sports, technology, nature, culture, music or art will introduce themselves in the hobby schools area.
The Academy of Martial Arts named after Kevin Renno is the oldest Thai boxing club currently operating in Estonia. It was founded as Tallinn Thai Boxing Club and used to focus on dual combat sports such as boxing, K-1 (a form of kickboxing), MMA (mixed martial arts) and BJJ (Brazilian ju jitsu). Training sessions are held in four sports clubs in Harju County: Arigato Sports Club and Sparta Sports Club in Tallinn, Saku...