Mobile and Kekz want to collaborate on children’s shows

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Shows for kids and adults in Pattensen: This is how the Mobile Association and the Kekz Initiative plan to collaborate

Patton Center.Together, instead of each other: Two women from Batten recently founded the Adult Children’s Education Course Center – in short: Kekz. Is this now a competition for an already existing multigenerational home for the Mobile Society? The operators of both facilities deny this and show unity. They explain what future cooperation should look like.

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Kekz Sandra Förster and Gesa Roßa plan to create various shows for children and adults at their headquarters in Talstraße 5c. In the medium term, there should be cycles from conception to old age. In addition to the initiators, there are other leaders of the course. A physiotherapist offers fitness for moms, a teacher offers yoga for babies, a midwife offers courses in childbirth preparation and postpartum rehabilitation, and a former gymnast offers to keep fit.

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Kekz operators continue to offer courses in Mobile

In addition to their own offerings, Roßa and Förster will continue to work at Mobile with their courses for children. “Everything is great, we are in harmony with each other,” says Roßa. You want to refute the rumors I’ve heard that Mobile and Kikkes are not white. He speaks fast in the city. “We want to stand up to the gossip aggressively and prove the opposite,” says Forster.

Several Pattensers have contacted Annette Koppel with questions over the past few weeks: “Do you no longer do anything with parent-child shows?” The mobile chairperson has repeatedly emphasized that both organizations want to support each other from now on. “Kekz is not a competitor. We see it as an additional network that everyone in Pattinson can eventually benefit from,” says Kopel.

When the association was founded in 1996, there were reservations about the mobile

She recalled launching Mobile in 1996. “We had a lot of bookings back then. We didn’t want to respond like that after founding Kekz. The idea ‘we’ve always done it this way’ isn’t forward-looking, she says. For Mobile, Roßa and Förster’s move now is a good reason to rethink the structures that have become so well established in the multigenerational home over the years. “It’s great. We can better meet the needs of young local families,” says Koppel.

It remains to be discussed concretely what the future cooperation will look like. But there are already elementary mind games. It is important that future course requests are discussed with each other at an early stage. “We don’t need duplicate offers,” says Elke Eicke of Mobile. In addition, parents’ offers must be transparent. A course in Mobile, a similar course in Kekz – may lead to discomfort.

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Offers must be recorded on a mobile phone

Therefore, both sides plan that the mobile will handle all the administrative matters. “We plan that all registrations will be done on mobile. Only the show locations are different,” says Koppel. Since the multi-generational home offers only limited space, it is also likely that mobile offerings will shift to Talstrasse in the future. The opposite method is also conceivable for smaller groups.

Kekz celebrates its official opening on Sunday 8 May, from 2pm-6pm in rooms at Talstraße 5c. All interested parties are invited to learn about the founders, course leaders and future offerings at the site. There should be sports and creative shows to try.

Kekz and Mobile can be accessed here

More information is available from Roßa and Förster by phone (0152) 03619849 or by email to You can contact the mobile phone (05101) 109030 or by email at

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