We tell you the complete grid so that you can schedule all the cultural proposals that the city of Córdoba has for you to enjoy during these winter holidays.

Thursday 7

At 2:00 p.m.: The 12th Cordoba Children’s Book Fair – At the Córdoba Cultural Center located at Av. Poeta Lugones 401 – It opens its doors from July 7 to 24, 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., every weekday and from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. With free entry. There will also be theater, music and puppet shows at 3 and 6 p.m. In addition, there will be a lyrics corner at 4 p.m. and you can also enjoy street shows on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 2 p.m. see it here

Saturday 9

At 4:00 p.m.: A horror birthday – In the Paseo del Buen Pastor located in Hipólito Yrigoyen 325. The puppet group Los Bufones presents a show that deals with topics such as fear, the importance of friends, bullying, etc. Flannel, the cat, turns 6 years old and Meli organizes a surprise party for her. Free and free entry.

-From 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.: Lunatics Cycle in Science: Astroworkshop – In the Provincial Museum of Natural Sciences located in Poeta Lugones 395 – Workshop on observing the crescent moon from the 300 mm Newtonian telescope and informative conversation. Free and free entry. REPEATS: Sunday 10, from 6 to 8 pm; Wednesday 20, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.; Thursday 21, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.; Friday 22, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.;

Sunday 10

At 4:00 p.m.: Flap! On the Paseo del Buen Pastor. The Thermostatic Companhia Dominguera de Circo presents its absurd and comic one-person show committed to recovering the magic of games lost in consumer society: it will surprise with juggling numbers, balance, humour, music and lots of swing. Free and free entry.

-At 5 pm: Il Sole Blu – At the Teatro Real located in San Jerónimo 66. Two musical characters, defined by the need to exist and perform musical pieces, magically appear in a world of scores. They discover that the place is full of musical instruments. Tickets: under 200 pesos, adults, 400. Available through the autoentrada.com system or at the theater box office. Repeat Monday 11, at 5 pm.

Tuesday 12

-At 15 and 18: Music: Winds from Latin America At the Córdoba Cultural Center located at Av. Poeta Lugones 401. Within the framework of the XII Córdoba Children’s Book Fair, chamber ensembles of the Academic Orchestra of the Teatro del Libertador, with general direction Marcelo Conca, present Winds of Latin America with works by Víctor Simón, Gerardo Di Giusto, Astor Piazzola and Arturo Márquez. Free admission to pick up at the Córdoba Cultural Center.

-At 5 pm: adventure time At the Evita Museum – Palacio Ferreyra located at Av. Hipólito Yrigoyen 511. The activity is open and free, designed for the whole family during the July holidays that have been held at the museum since 2016. This year, the curator Juan Martín Juáres, the Colectivo Mini – Contemporáneo de Córdoba and the invited artists Carlos Julio Sánchez and Juan José Bari will bring recreational and educational activities under the title of Rituals, masks and portraits. From Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 13 and 15 to 18. Closed on July 31.

Wednesday 13

-At 3 pm and 6 pm: Music: Small ensembles in concert At the Cordoba Cultural Center. Within the framework of the XII Córdoba Children’s Book Fair, ensembles belonging to the Academic Orchestra of the Teatro del Libertador, with general direction Marcelo Conca, perform Little Ensembles in concert with works by Camille Saint Saens, Antonio Vivaldi, Víctor Simón and Astor Piazzolla . Free admission to pick up at the Córdoba Cultural Center.

-At 3 pm: Pedestrian cinema for children: Nicky, the witch’s apprentice (by Hayao Miyazaki, 1989, Japan) In the Women’s Museum Cultural Space located at Rivera Indarte 55 Kiki (or Nicky in the Spanish dubbing) is a 13-year-old witch, in training, who has fun flying on her broom with Jiji, a wise black cat . Free entry, without prior registration. REPEAT Wednesday 20, at 3 pm.

-At 5 pm: story saver – At the Royal Theater. Mutttis Theater presents Salvacuentos. The classic tales of planet earth are about to disappear forever! They are no longer interesting to anyone. The Storytellers must travel back in time, enter the magical world and give them an original twist so that, once again, boys and girls want to enjoy them. Repeat on Thursday 14 at 5 p.m. Tickets 900 pesos available through the autoentrada.com system or at the theater box office.

Thursday 14

-At 3 pm: Pedestrian cinema for children: My Neighbor Totoro (by Hayao Miyazaki, 1988, Japan)Cultural Space Museum of Women – Rivera Indarte 55In the 1950s, a Japanese family moves to the countryside. The two daughters, Satsuki and Mei, befriend Totoro, a forest spirit. Free entry, without prior registration. REPEAT Thursday 21, at 3 pm.

friday 15

-At 11 am: Tangled secrets, storytelling In the Provincial Museum of Natural Sciences. The group “Cuentos en boca” (Soledad Rebelles, Juan Maieron) presents tangled secrets. From a mysterious box the discoveries and the game follow one another. Poems, oral tradition texts and other surprises will unravel in the voice of Sole Rebelles. Free entry available through the autoentrada.com system. REPEAT Friday 22, at 11 am.

-At 3:00 p.m.: Manga and comic workshop In the Cultural Space Museum of Women. Manga and comic drawing workshop for beginners and advanced, aimed at children from 7 to 18 years old (unaccompanied). Activity by the teacher León Junior, cartoonist, caricaturist and graphic humorist. With pre-registration [email protected]

-At 5 pm: symphonic liveliness At the Royal Theatre. Symphonic Animaladas brings together the Symphonic Band of the Province and the Children’s Comedy with the outstanding participation of the singer-songwriter Coqui Dutto and the trio La musica nos amontona. Repeat on Saturday 16th at 5pm. General admission 500 pesos at the Teatro Real box office (Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 8pm and Sundays from 3pm).

-At 8:00 p.m.: Swan Lake At the Teatro del Libertador San Martín – Vélez Sarsfield 365 – Rerun of the famous classical ballet with choreography by Laura Fiorucci, artistic director of the Official Ballet of the Province, based on the original by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov. REPEAT on Saturday 16, Friday 17 and Sunday 19 at 20. Tickets from 600 pesos through the autoentrada.com system or at the theater box office.

Saturday 16

-At 3 and 6 p.m.: Puppets: The stories that the frog ate – Within the framework of the XII Córdoba Children’s Book Fair, the Stable Cast of Puppets of the Royal Theater presents the stories that the toad has eaten. They bring a book-object that will display scenarios to tell stories. The public will choose one of a repertoire of four short stories. Free admission to pick up at the Córdoba Cultural Center.

-At 4:00 p.m.: The aviator On the Paseo del Buen Pastor. The Demian Company presents a clown and mime show where it manages, through its body and the use of small materials, to create a visual, poetic and comic story. Free and free entry.

Sunday 17

-At 4 pm: Trompe l’oeil… tricky episodes – Walk of the Good Shepherd. The group Teatro Piedra Libre presents “Trumpeter”, a show that takes place in two tricky episodes. Between each of these, the stable characters of the Teatro Piedra Libre will face various entanglements that made it impossible for them to carry out their tasks with ease, these necessary to start each of the stories. Free and free entry.

-At 5:00 p.m.: I carry you in my soul and I love you more every day At the Royal Theatre. MAP Producciones presents this work in which the soccer team of a mixed school must face its eternal rival in the final of an intercollegiate match. Tickets 900 pesos available through the autoentrada.com system or at the theater box office.

Monday 18

-At 5 pm: bye mister fear At the Royal Theatre. MAP Producciones presents the story of a girl and a boy who are alone at night in their house and are afraid. It’s not like the other times. Are more. Repeat on Tuesday 19 at 5:00 p.m. Tickets 900 pesos available through the autoentrada.com system or at the theater box office.

Wednesday 20

-At 5 pm: Once upon a time, at 12… and then? At the Royal Theatre. Orión Teatro presents this play that tells about life after Cinderella’s enchantment, with the fairy’s reunion after 12 o’clock and what will happen when she finds out that not everything went as expected. On his side, the prince will look for the owner of the little shoe in order to carry out the orders of his father, the King. Tickets 850 pesos available through the autoentrada.com system or at the theater box office.

friday 22

-At 3:00 p.m.: Manga and comic workshop – Cultural Space Museum of Women. Manga and comic drawing workshop for beginners and advanced, aimed at children from 7 to 18 years old (unaccompanied). Activity by the teacher León Junior, cartoonist, caricaturist and graphic humorist. With pre-registration [email protected]

Saturday 23

-At 3:00 p.m.: Recycled toys workshop In the Museo de las Mujeres Cultural Space located in Rivera Indarte 55. A space for production and reflection on the recycling of plastics and toy production with the intention of educating and raising awareness about the impact of waste on the planet by making the rule known of the three R’s: reduce, recycle and reuse. Aimed at children from 5 to 12 years old, accompanied by an adult (exclusive). Materials that participants must bring: plastics to recycle. Activity by teacher Diego Juncos. With pre-registration [email protected]

-At 4:00 p.m. The Investigatope On the Paseo del Buen Pastor. The Investigatopo is a work of glove puppets with misunderstandings and typical excesses in this technique. Inspired by the work of Jorge Roo and Alberto Cebreiro Robo en el Gallinero, Laura Ferro recreates this tender story for children and adults. A chicken raised in a commercial chicken coop, helped by her good luck, manages to escape “from prison” and has the opportunity to realize her life’s dream: to lay an egg in the wild and raise her chick cross-country . Free and free entry.

Sunday 24

-At 4:00 p.m.: From families that are like this On the Paseo del Buen Pastor. Ulularia theater proposes a staging that is built from three stories. Of families that are like this, he tells stories of families: like the one that Chacho and Ciro wanted to form one day, two penguins who had known each other since they were chicks. They wanted to build a nest, but they lacked the egg…Free admission.