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November 26th Newsletter
Good ol' Charlie Brown (1)
Happy Thanksgiving to all our American readers. We hope you enjoy your turkey, whether you're celebrating with Monaco USA or the American Club of the Riviera, or at home with family and friends.
Note Bleue closed for winter last weekend and reopens in March, with jazz evenings starting again around May. If you miss music with your meal, check out Vin et Poisson, which is hosting live sax music with Abramo Satoshi every Wednesday evening.
Monaco Mairie and the MC2D are jointly leading an initiative to encourage the general public to waste less food. The Monaco S'Engage Contre Le Gaspillage Alimentaire project has its own website, which lists practical advice such as regularly checking "use-by" dates and making use of leftovers. In addition, several Monaco restaurants have agreed to take part in a "doggy bag" scheme starting in the New Year. For a list of participants, visit the website at: Gaspillage Alimentaire Partenaires.
There are too many events in Monaco this weekend to list them all in our newsletter, but it's worth mentioning a couple here. Don't miss the musical Annie, which opens tonight and has performances every day of the weekend. Finally, Monte Carlo Jazz Festival has three gigs lined up, featuring a mix of established and new artists.
What's in the diary ....
Thursday: Little Barrie Brit music.
Friday: Vivanova at Nobu.
Saturday: Hallelujah for Handel.
Sunday: March for the climate.
Coming up next week, Black Crowes on stage, Sunshine on Leith and Monaco V Caen.
For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote refers to a character in the comic strip Peanuts, created and written by American cartoonist Charles M Schulz, born this day 1922.