12 June 2019 - 15h47
Young and old will be spoiled this season! The municipal council presented this morning its entertainment programme for the summer of 2019. This year, the schedule is enriched with more animation for the youth. So from the youngest age, children, teenagers and adults will enjoy many activities, most of which will be free.
The adventure begins at Square Gastaud, which for the first time will feature four theme nights for adults and four for children. Beginning of the festivities for young people, Wednesday, July 3 from 18h for a theatrical evening. Cultural and sporting activities at the Bibliothèque Caroline and the Ludothèque as well as at the Albert 1er wharf will also be available. The Mediatheque, meanwhile, also renews its animations and now offers murder party and virtual escape games. Games in which participants must solve enigmas in order to complete a mission. Another great first, the Street Art Challenge Junior will be held from June 25 to 27. Imagined by the students participating in the junior communal project thanks to the support and participation of Alberto Colman, who integrated this event into his event Urban Painting Around the World.
The to-do rendezvous
“We do not change a team that wins,” says Arnaud Giusti, head of sports services at the City Hall, during the presentation. And for proof, the Fête de la Musique with Tracy de Sa and Jahneration this year, the Monaco Art En Ciel Fireworks Competition, the Splash Party, the Sciaratu or summer carnival of the Rock on the theme of India for this season, the Musicales and the exhibitions and shows at the Jardin Exotique are back!
The full program is available here.
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