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What's on in Monaco 10-16 Nov 2022

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November 10th Newsletter

...at his best when playing cultured villains (1)

It's quite busy this weekend. Yesterday the indoor karting track reopened in Parking des Pecheurs, with two new experiences in addition to the usual electric kart racing. Following their success over summer at Port Hercule, crazy karts are now available, suitable for kids aged +3. There's also a race room with 8 simulators on which you can have virtual races with friends. More details on the Kart Indoor Monaco facebook page.

Tomorrow is of course Armistice Day, commemorating the end of World War 1 in 1918. The Remembrance Service will be on Sunday at St Paul's Anglican Church, preceded at 10.30am by wreath-laying at the bust of Winston Churchill on avenue de Grande Bretagne. You can buy poppies in Slammers.

Saturday sees the return of No Finish Line, the annual fundraising continuous walk or run. For every 1km covered, 1 euro is donated to causes that help sick or disadvantaged children. More information on the No Finish Line website.

On Sunday you can join an autumn cleaning effort on Tete de Chien. It's being organized by La Turbie Mairie and the Apiturbie association before an entry gate is installed on Monday, restricting access to the site. If you want to help out, meet at 9am in the carpark above the municipal swimming pool on route de la Tete de Chien. Don't forget to take gloves and rubbish bags.

On the food front, chef Richard Rubbini is now in charge of the Casino kitchens and has plans for the Salon Rose and the Train Bleu. He trained under Ducasse and worked in Marco Pierre White's 3-star Hyde Park Hotel. Read more on the Monte Carlo SBM website.

And finally...

The Newton Riviera exhibition, highly recommended by our reporter Cabbie Monaco, closes this weekend at Villa Sauber. Don't miss it!

What's in the diary...

Thursday: BAM networking.
Friday: Piano recital.
Saturday: Vivanova gala.
Sunday: Football.

For more events visit the maBoum website.

(1) This week's quote refers to British actor Claude Rains, born this day 1889.

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