Rugby Celebration in Venice

“There are no ex Rugby players! Once you play Rugby, you’ll be a player all your life!”

“Now I know that when you move forward together there are chances of success. Now I know that if I don’t go to the goal, a partner of mine will go there. Now I know what it means to respect an opponent who is down. Now I know that I can fall and lose the ball, but a teammate will be ready to pick it up and work it for me. Now I know that you must always have something to carry on. Now I know you can lose, but you must never give up. Now I know that to get something you have to be determined. Now I know that running does not mean running away, but going towards the future. Now I know that facing life will be child’s play and that, if life is a game, rugby is a great way to live it!”

Mirko Petternella

This month we dedicate a showcase to Rugby Venezia.

With the return to school activity, it also returns to all post-school activities.

Rugby is a moment of aggregation, of pure sport, of team play, ideal for children, to grow and socialize.

From 15 to 17 September the Rugby Festival is held at the Campo dei Bacini dell’Arsenale. A way to introduce boys and girls aged 5 to 17 to this sport.

Summer Vacations





San Martino 2016

Like every year, also this time the children entered, armed with lids and wooden spoons, to “batter” the S. Martin and then to have “a soldin” or some dessert as compensation.

October, the month of visual prevention


This month’s showcase is dedicated to visual prevention. Read more


High Tide 2019

Vacation time!

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The MOON Week

The moon, as seen in Venice in 1700. Read more

“Day and Night” exhibition

This month’s windows display is dedicated Read more

4th Annual photo contest for young and children: Rialto’s lights and colors

With great pleasure, once again this year we welcome and expose the photographs of the winners of the 4th photo competition dedicated to children and wanted by the teacher Gabriella Giaretta, president of the Campo Rialto Novo Committee and adjacencies. This year’s jury could count on the photographer and writer Philippe Apatie, the architect and a member of the Claudio Paggiarin committee and the journalist Vera Mantengoli. The competition, dedicated to children aged 8 to 16, aims to find, observe and investigate the most significant aspects of the historical and architectural signs of the Rialto Island to learn from History and create the Future. 27 people had participated in the “Lights and colors” competition, sending many photographs. The winner turned out to be Marta Stella Urbani, 12 years old with the photo “Luce del silenzio”. Third classified Carlotta Sfriso, aged 14 with “Alba a Rialto”. We are particularly proud to exhibit the runner-up, Lorenzo Vascellari, Read more