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What's on in Monaco 21-27 Jun 2018

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June 21st Newsletter

Charmant petit monstre. (1)

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Today is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, and also the Fete de la Musique. All day you'll find free concerts on street corners around the Principality, ending on Quai Albert 1er with some French reggae performed by Naaman.
At the end of 2014 the United Nations designated today as International Day of Yoga. Combining physical, mental and spiritual exercise, yoga is practiced around the world, and in Monte Carlo there's an opportunity to try it this afternoon with Yoga Shala Monaco. Bring your own mat to the Terrasses du Casino for a free group class.
In ancient civilizations the summer solstice held special, often mystical powers. It was a time when folk performed sun dances, lit bonfires, and wore garlands of herbs and flowers. Today, New Agers and Neopagans still gather together at stone circles, while Christians celebrate St John's Festival, which in Monaco takes place on Saturday and Sunday.
However and wherever you choose to mark the longest day, we hope you enjoy yourselves.

What's in the diary ....

Thursday: Vivanova's white midsummer party.
Friday: Spirale Trio jazz.
Saturday: Discover the Grimaldi heritage.
Sunday: 2nd day of Fetes de Saint Jean.

Coming up next week, RampageFranck Taschini 5tet and Tully.
For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is a reference to French writer Francoise Sagan, born this day 1935. Its original, "charmant petit monstre" appeared on the front page of Le Figaro. 

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