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The next series  of IAU lectures begins Wednesday, June 12, 6:30pm. “Defending Liberal Democracy: Macron & Merkl versus Savini & Orban” is the subject being tackled by Professor David Coombes of IAU College.  Click here for the next six topics running June-early July: lectures summer 19  Stimulating, central….and free!

IAU College Main Hall

2bis rue du Bon Pasteur

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This weekend, all across the region, vineyards are welcoming visitors with their picnics, to sample their wines.  They provide tables and chairs, animations and/or guided tours. Reservations needed. https://www.vigneron-independant.com/

Enjoy the holiday weekend!


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There’s a new installation nearing completion on the Digue du Large – that’s the long breakwater/jetty which stretches out from MuCEM across the docks area at La Joliette. (more…)

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A busy weekend coming up with –

An ultra-stylish décor exhibition

Open gardens across the south of France

and a Festival for Aix’s talented children.


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Have you visited the Musée Fernand Léger at Biot?  It’s the only museum in the world dedicated to this major 20th century artist who lived and worked in the town.  It is also one of the few Musées Nationales de France dedicated to a single artist.  (more…)

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St Tropez is a great place to visit at this time of year, before the deluge of visitors arrive.  This coming weekend sees the Voiles Latines a Saint-Tropez nautical festival, a celebration of traditional local boats. (more…)

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This coming weekend sees the evening when public museums across France are open until late, with special events and free entry. In Aix, it’s a lovely event with families thronging through the streets and music spilling out of all the venues. This link will take you to all the activities: https://www.aixenprovencetourism.com/en/fiche/29336 (more…)

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