Almost everything is ready at the Pordenone Fair for the third edition of B come Bimbo, the event dedicated to children and families scheduled in the Pordenone trade fair area on 12, 13 and 14 April 2013. This is an innovative format, a half between fair and festival, which combines commercial stands and a very rich program of educational and creative workshops, informative meetings, games and big events.

A child-friendly fair but which, this year in particular, also proposes numerous initiatives dedicated to adults: parents, teachers, pediatricians, students and professionals working in the field of childhood. The “Mamma & Papà Workshop” space has been designed for them with scheduled thematic meetings with experts ready to give advice on education, health and children’s growth.

Numerous in-depth health analyzes are planned: airway clearance techniques in newborns and small children, the vademecum to deal with some common symptoms of child suffering and possible emergencies, the role of the pediatrician to promote positive parenting, the advantage of breast milk.

The relationship between parents and children and advice on the game, especially with a view to natural well-being, this is another of the strands of B’s ​​workshops like Bimbo: expert educators will talk about the importance of spontaneous play in a natural environment to discover and rediscover pleasure to meet with children and families in the pursuit of a low-speed life, even by simply working all together in the home garden. All this without forgetting the role of digital technologies increasingly present in the world of children: B as Bimbo you can learn as “USALE, not to be used!” Through a responsible and correct use of computers and electronic devices.

And to put these tips into practice and play with their children right away, parents can participate in workshops to learn how to build puppets with simple and colorful materials or to tell fairy tales well.
The main event was the meeting with Paolo Crepet on Friday 12 April at 8.45 pm in the Sala Zuliani on the original theme: “Serenity in the family … is a holiday enough? How to live the time of crisis without losing happiness “.

Family well-being can also pass through a rethinking of domestic spaces, leaving children’s imagination free rein, especially to reinvent the areas dedicated to play: this is also an opportunity to experience one’s own autonomy and free creativity. At the Arrex – Pad.4 dream home stand, children will be able to design a home just as they want it to be able to do whatever they want without limits or rules! All the drawings are collected and displayed to B as Bimbo for the entire duration of the event and then published on the website The best designers / dreamers will also receive a beautiful prize offered by “Arrex”!