TeenStreet 2018 will take place in Oldenburg/Germany.
Weser Ems Hallen
Teens, group leaders and volunteers sleep in mass accommodation (halls or large tents) so remember to bring a sleeping bag and mat or air mattress.
Any medication and items you would take with you when you travel
The accommodation, three meals a day and all programmes/activities at TeenStreet are included in the price.
You will need to pay for any activities off site (e.g shopping, swimming, cinema, etc.). A few workshops and outreach activities require a small additional charge (for the materials used).
There are plenty of places on site where you can buy snacks, drinks and souvenirs throughout the week (e.g. cocktail lounge, bookshop, fun food, fruit stand, kiosk, coffee bar, etc.).
There are always opportunities to give money to the TeenStreet fund raising project - RAG - during the week.
Yes, during the congress week, there will be lactose- and gluten-free meals.
Via Deutsche Bahn you can book discounted train tickets to TeenStreet.
Simply follow this link, to find out more.
Families are welcome at TeenStreet. We offer a children’s program for a variety of age groups. The purpose of the children’s program is to allow the kids to have a great experience during their week at TeenStreet, while it also makes it possible for the parents to have a set amount of hours to participate/work at TeenStreet
• ToddlerStreet is for children 0-3 years of age
• KidsStreet for children 4-9 years of age
• InBetween for children 10-12 years of age
Outside of these programs parents have the sole responsibility to look after their children.
There are certain jobs at TeenStreet that require the attention of both parents and where it has been necessary for them to have additional help with their children. This must be organised by the families themselves. Babysitters must register as Service Team and pay the required fees for TeenStreet. There is room for babysitters in the Service Team tent or they may organise their own accommodation. Babysitters are able to stay in the children’s programme as they watch the children, and they are very welcome to actively participate as helpers.