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What's on in Monaco 24 Feb-2 Mar 2022

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February 24th Newsletter

There was once a shoemaker. (1)

Can you believe that track resurfacing in preparation for this year's Grand Prix starts next week? Work takes place at night, from 28 February to 16 March. Race dates are: e-Prix on 30 April, Historic 13 to 15 May, and the F1 26 to 29 May.

Today, scientists are in town for the Fondation Prince Albert II Polar Initiative. They're aiming to be proactive in conserving the polar regions, and the event is being live-broadcast from 9:00 this morning.

Also today, Quebec chef Erica Archambault is in the kitchen at Supernature and will be there until Saturday.

A new video installation has been unveiled at Villa Paloma. It's part of the Tremblements exhibition.

Looking ahead, Monaco Ports have uploaded a cruise ship schedule that lists the first voyagers arriving on 2 and 3 April. Oceanio Cruises' Riviera and Marina ships each can carry 1258 passengers.

There are just four days left to voice your opinion about the development of rail travel in the region. Phases 1 and 2 are scheduled to run from 2027 to 2035 and primarily involve infrastructure in Nice, Marseille and Cannes. You can consult the project and leave your opinions online or at lnpca[at]

Some of you may be mad enough to want to take part in the 19 March Beausoleil "escaliers" race, for which subscriptions are now open. Phone 04 93 41 72 81, or visit the sport-up website.

And finally...

It's your last chance to go ice-skating this weekend. The rink closes on Sunday. Enjoy!

What's in the diary...

Thursday: British rock.
Friday: Basketball.
Saturday: Chess.
Sunday: Spiritual concert.

(1) This week's quote is the opening to the fairy tale "The Elves and the Shoemaker", written down by the Brothers Grimm, one of whom, Wilhelm, was born this day 1786.

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