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What's on in Monaco 31 Oct-6 Nov 2019

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October 31st Newsletter

Remember Tam o'Shanter's mare (1)

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Tonight is Halloween and there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Monaco. Registered school children can choose games and parties in Princess Antoinette Park, the Jardin Exotique Grotto, and the children's library. All kids and their parents are welcome at Stars n Bars and Condamine Market.

Adults can dance the night away at Jack Monaco or at Rascasse's White Walkers themed party. And if you just want a macabre meal, Buddha Bar is dishing up an Alaskan themed evening.

In other news, Peruvian restaurant Coya closes for winter on Saturday, while Marcel Ravin is starting his cookery classes again on 15 November. The chef will be sharing his expertise with groups of seven in the kitchens of Las Brisas, from 15:30 to 23:00. Regular classes cost 280 euros, Christmas and Valentine's Day classes cost 350 euros. Phone +377 98 06 03 60 for more information.

As for life in the Principality, the number of Monegasque nationals has more than tripled since 1950, standing at 9.326 in 2018. As a consequence Monaco's parliament, the Conseil National, is proposing a law to extend the length of time a Monegasque's spouse must wait before obtaining nationality, to 20 years.

The Conseil National has also been surveying nationals on their quality of life. Now the "Qualite de vie: votre voix compte" questionnaire is available online and organizers are keen to hear from residents and daily commuters. It contains 40 questions on subjects such as traffic, pollution and noise. Hurry if you want to take part, as the results will be analysed and made public in November.

And finally, enjoy your day off tomorrow!

What's in the diary ....

Thursday: Scary movies: 1, 2, 3.
Friday: Claude Gauthier expo.
Saturday: Day at the fair.
Sunday: Musical miracles.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is the last line of Robert Burns's poem, Tam o'Shanter and a warning if you're out partying tonight. Maggie the horse loses her tail when Tam is pursued by the pretty witch in a cutty-sark. 

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