Eventful New Year and Christmas entertainment programs delighted the Moscow Country Club guests. Outdoor activities, winter games, amusements, delicious treats and a great company have left so many beautiful memories of the days spent in the country club.
On December 31, the guests were offered The Awaited Miracle program including contests, quizzes, In Search of the New Year quest game and Alice game team tournament. The instant print photo studio helped the guests to capture their memorable moments of the outgoing year.
New Year's Eve In the Shine of Metal program offered a colorful photo zone, themed contests, mesmerizing light shows, an incredible ballet show as well as performances of MoscowCity cover band and the Adventure of Electronics rock band.
During these days, the guests enjoyed a Christmas fair with festive treats, cooking and craft workshops, traditional Russian entertainments, games and fun amusements. Also, there was a family billiards tournament and entertainment programs such as New Year’s Marathon, Dance Marathon and New Year's Quiz, performances by Po-lubvi and JazzyHouse cover bands and Ballet on Ice. A Beauty Bar and festive themed photo zones were always at our guests’ service.
Young visitors also had a lot of fun. They attended art workshops and spent a lot of time with North and Silver, elves, the Fixies, Olaf and Elsa and other fairy characters every day! Sports clubs, funny games, relay races and competitions were also there for the most active children.
The Magic World had its doors open for the guests from January 4th to 10th. Everyone enjoyed ice and bartender shows, The Treasures of Fort Boyard quest and various family tournaments along with Guess the Song, Hot Winter and Russian Xmas entertainment programs.
The evening music programs included the Largo duet, Edward Tosunidi, the Rumyana vocal folk & pop cover band, Yulia Kurbitskaya and the Sweetmartini jazz band.
Young guests were happy to meet new fairy characters: the Winx Fairies, Ben & Holly and Ariel, attend master classes and take part in At the Bottom of the Sea and the Royal Forest entertainment programs. Sports clubs for children were open every day.
The Christmas program was especially heartwarming ― children learned about Christmas traditions and how people celebrate this holiday in other countries and took part in A Christmas Tale interactive performance and the Types of Ice cryo show. Outside people could visit a Christmas fair with festive treats, cooking and craft workshops, traditional Russian entertainments, games and amusements.