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What's on in Monaco 29 Oct-4 Nov 2020

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Oct 29th Newsletter

Why the nanas? Well, first because I am one myself. (1)

What's new

President Macron yesterday announced a new lockdown for France, starting tomorrow and lasting until 1 December. Even if the Principality doesn't follow suit, it's likely to have a knock-on effect in Monaco, where many companies employ workers who commute from France, and for events that rely on French audiences and participants.

Fans of Stars n Bars will be pleased to note that the upper floor StarDeck has been converted into a dining area. As well as lots of space between the tables, there are five TV screens and a billiard table. It's open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday to Sunday.

Yachtsman Boris Herrmann is getting ready to sail around the world. He's representing Monaco Yacht Club in the Vendee Global non-stop without assistance race that starts 8 November.

In brief

Rampoldi chef Antonio Salvatore has been awarded the Ospitalita Italiana plaque by the Italian Chamber of Commerce of Nice.

Rascasse announced on facebook that due to the new Covid restrictions it's closed for a month.

President of the Conseil National, Stephane Valerie, and Archbishop Dominique-Marie David have tested positive for Covid.

Veronique Liesse of Thermes Marins de Monte-Carlo has co-written a book about diet and the immune system, available on amazon.fr for 18 euros.

And finally, don't forget that Monday is a public holiday, since Toussaint falls on Sunday. Enjoy!

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Classical music happy hour.
Friday: Kids' Halloween craft workshop.
Saturday: Basketball match.
Sunday:  Bruch & Bruckner.

Stay safe and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is by French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle, born this day 1930, and refers to her sculptures of women.

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