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What's on in Monaco 30 Jun-6 Jul 2022

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June 30th Newsletter

The Daredevil of Niagara Falls. (1)

It's the start of school holidays this weekend, with kids at home until Monday 5 September. There'll be activities to keep them entertained from 14 July on Quai Albert 1er at Port Hercule.

It's party time for North Americans around the world this week. Tomorrow is Canada Day and the Canadian Club de Monaco is meeting at the Club Bouliste du Rocher at midday, and the Novotel Hotel bar at 19:00. Email canadianclubmonaco[at]gmail.com or try the facebook page.

Americans must wait until Monday for their 4 July Independence Day. As usual Stars n Bars is preparing a BBQ, American music and decor from 19:00. Price 30 euros pp, reservations +377 97 97 95 95.

Metropole Hotel's 1-star Japanese restaurant Yoshi is moving to the poolside for summer. There's no news yet on what's to replace the ex-gastronomic Joel Robuchon, but the hotel lobby bar is currently using its terrace for outdoor seating.

Meanwhile, up on the Rock, the Palace Apartments are open to the public from tomorrow until 15 October. Entry 10 euros pp, kids 5 euros.

There's speculation in the media that the recent increase in Covid cases will lead to a reintroduction of mask-wearing. Check Monaco's dedicated site for statistics and latest news, as well as the French government site.

And finally...

Youths and students who want to attend the 8 July MC Summer Concert can collect tickets from the Grimaldi Forum, 12:00-19:00, until Saturday. Don't forget your ID.

What's in the diary...

Thursday: Horse jumping.
Friday: Batman on the Rock.
Saturday: Local artists' expo.
Sunday: Moby Dick with music.

(1) This week's quote refers to French tightrope walker and acrobat Charles Blondin, who crossed the Niagara Gorge on a tightrope on this day 1859.

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