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Ask for the program for your weekend! There is no shortage of activities and outings for this Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 October 2021. Here is a small selection (not exhaustive) of our favorites to do in Toulouse and its surroundings.
# 1. A Sunday in the green Place du Capitole
The #nature invests the place of #Capitol Sunday: professional advice, sale of flowers, artistic demonstrations, this new meeting, # CapitoleVégétal family is an invitation to discover the world of plants in the heart of the city 👉🏼 https://t.co/3BFJ80BeJr pic.twitter.com/sNgci9k8zk
– Toulouse City Hall (@Toulouse) October 11, 2021
It is an original fall rendezvous. Sunday, October 17, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., nature will take over the Place du Capitole. Green hands confirmed or beginners looking for advice, everyone will find in this 1before edition of “Plant Capitol”, organized by the town hall of Toulouse, enough to satisfy his curiosity. On the program: professional advice, sale of flowers, artistic demonstrations … Highlight of this event: the composition on the place of a large plant work. Imagined by Benoît Saint-Amand, best worker in France, the work will be directed and produced with the help of fifteen experienced florists. 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. To find the full program, Click here.
# 2. Last rounds of the merry-go-round at the Saint-Michel festival
Last laps of the track, this weekend, for the Saint-Michel funfair installed for almost a month in the parking lot of the Zenith From toulouse. You have until 10:30 p.m. this Sunday, October 17 to get lost in the labyrinth, scare yourself in the haunted castle, try your luck at duck fishing or even enjoy an adrenaline rush aboard the Capriolo Eclipse !
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# 3. A show to create and invent
Reinventing your interior, giving a second life to our damaged objects rather than throwing them away, stocking up on ideas and tips: it’s the do-it-yourself show and it’s this weekend at MEET de Toulouse, from 10 am to 6.30 pm The occasion for lovers of ” Do it yourself “ to sniff out all the latest trends, to discover new practices, and why not
indulge in a few workshops. To find the full program, Click here.
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# 4. New edition of the Lights on the Quay
This Saturday, October 16 marks the start of the 7e edition of Lights on the quay with the theme: “Reinventing our links”. The festival, which skillfully combines art and science, is held until Sunday, November 7 at Knowledge platform. On the program: strolls, meetings, workshops, exhibitions… During these three weeks, the organizers will once again promote exchanges and meetings where the general public, artists, scientists, entrepreneurs and authors meet around major themes. At the opening, this Saturday at 11 a.m., it’s the sociologist Jean Viard – specialist in social time, politics and regional planning – who will come to share with the public his vision of society and desirable futures. To find the full program, Click here.
# 5. Off the beaten track
To get off the beaten track, what better way than to (re) discover the Pink City with a guide. The editorial team offers you two unusual visits to do this Saturday, October 17. For the first, direction the entrance to the Saint-Sernin basilica (rue du Taur side) at 2:30 p.m. This is where a magician’s guide will be waiting for you to help you discover the main places in the history of magic in Toulouse : museum of old Toulouse, arcades and Capitole theater as well as Robert-Houdin’s objects at the Paul Dupuy museum. Your host will embellish and complete the visit with a selection of magic tricks of which he has the secret. To know the prices, Click here.
Another meeting, this one in front of the main entrance of the Courthouse, allées Jules Guesde. The court opens its archaeological crypt. The opportunity for the curious to discover vestiges of Toulouse history, that of the Romans, the counts of Toulouse and many others. Two guided tours are scheduled, one at 2:00 p.m. and the other at 3:30 p.m. Reservations are recommended, as locations are limited. To know the prices, Click here.
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