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What's on in Monaco 30 Oct-5 Nov 2014

Enjoying life in Monaco and Monte Carlo

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October 30th Newsletter

For the 97-pound weakling (1)

What's new


There are some changes in the Principality's hotels taking place this week. The Metropole Monte Carlo's new General Manager, Pierre Ferchaud, takes up his duties on Saturday, and Vincent Borgia, Maitre d'Hotel of Monte Carlo Beach's restaurants, is retiring.

Monaco-based International Emerging Talent Film Association (IEFTA) has set up a Kickstarter project to help Ethiopian filmmaker Hiwot Getaneh produce her short film, New Eyes. You can pledge as little as 10 USD, or as much as 10,000 USD, and in return there are copies of the script, DVDs, invitations to screenings and parties, and a huge, heartfelt Thank You. To find out more, visit the New Eyes Kickstarter Page.

Finally, the program has been finalised for the Monte Carlo Whisky Conference. Prince Albert is attending the opening session, and also the Saint Andrew's Gala, where both he and Princess Charlene wore tartan last year. Fortunately for those whose knees are more knobby than princely, kilts are not obligatory at the Scottish slap-up banquet, which includes pipers and haggis.
 

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: InterNations networking.
Friday: Halloween street party.
Saturday: Basketball.
Sunday: November Man.

Coming up next week, an aperitif that suits you sir, a workshop on motivating, and a party with a sting in the tail.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is the title of the fitness program developed by Angelo Siciliano, aka Charles Atlas, born this day 1893.

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