Saturday, 22: Montalegre, queen of the smokehouse
Montalegre puts on her smokehouse queen costume again. The Feira do Fumeiro e Presunto once again pays tribute to Barrosã gastronomy with “the strength of the rurality of the interior”, as the municipality attests, which is an organization in partnership with the Association of Tobacco Producers of Terra Fria Barrosã. The tradition dates back to 1992 and every year it attracts thousands of visitors to the village of Trás-os-Montes, displaying the certified delicacies of the land, such as chorizo, salpicão, rojões, alheiras, sangiras, pumpkin chorizo, black pudding, hams, orelheiras, feet or filhós. , side by side with handicrafts and other products from the region. The 31st edition of the right runs until Sunday, at the Exhibition and Fair Park, between 10 am and 7 pm. Entrance is free, according to the rules in force.
Sunday, 23: Braga and a century-old sweets
In Braga, a Stone Cross Dessert celebrates the century of existence with a program worthy of the actuary kept over four generations. With activities taking place throughout the year, the party opens in an original way and promises to sweeten the mouths of those who stroll through the city during this weekend. Hidden in emblematic monuments are ten gift vouchers, each worth one Abade de Priscos pudding, one of the local gastronomic institutions. The lucky ones can pick up the prize at the store, between the 24th and 30th of January.
Monday, 24: Lisbon of projected memories
A simple and apparently peaceful hotel turns into a mess, due to a suitcase exchange that involves ship thieves and an unexpected seduction. Here’s the story of What’s up, Doctor?, a comedy in which Barbra Streisand and Ryan O’Neal are paired and Peter Bogdanovich is behind the camera. The film is shown at this fair at the Nimas cinema, in Lisbon, at 5:30 pm (with repetition at 10 pm in February), as part of the cycle In memory, programmed to remind special people that . Samora is recorded inTHE dolphin, projected on a rare 35mm print (January 23, at 10pm); Castro, in the documentary by Catarina Mourão by the shadows (January 26, at 9 pm); morals, in sunfish (January 30, at 4:15 pm). Bogdanovich, on the other hand, motivates a cycle of his own, filled with The Last Session (January 22, at 5 pm, and February 5, at 7:30 pm), the aforementioned What’s up, Doctor? and paper moon (January 23 at 3 pm and February 6 at 1 pm). All sessions are attended by some in some way linked to the honorees. More information here.
Tuesday, 25: Famalicão, landscape stories
Go back “six thousand years in history to reflect on the future of the landscape of the territory”. It was with this premise that the Casa do Território do Parque da Devesa, in Vila Nova de Famalicão, set up Naturally Famalicão – Chronology of a Landscape, the newly opened exhibition and on display until August 28 (Tuesday to Thursday, from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm; weekends and holidays, from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm). With the help of drawings, diagrams and panoramic photographs, the initial journey in the first villages and up to the present day, tracing the evolution of the local landscape and the perspective of future scenarios. Coordinated by Vasco Flores Cruz, the event is complemented with a set of experiences such as workshops, family visits, guided tours or the conference Times change, landscapes change, scheduled for April 22. Entry is free.
Wednesday, 26: Aire and Candeeiros with the museum in the field
The National Museum of Natural History and Science goes to the countryside. The departure destination is the Serras de Aire e Candeeiros Natural Park (Arrimal), the guides are taxonomists (people who specialize in scientifically identifying species) and the objective is to learn about the work they have done there in the field of assessment, categorization and conservation. , and with them, “observing the species in their natural habitats and the main problems for their future preservation”. It takes place this Wednesday, between 10 am and 1 pm. It is worth €10 and registration must be made through this participation form, five days in advance. Who does not get a seat in this session of the Outside Gardens Embark on the nearby ones, which can go to Peninha, in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park (23rd of February), and to the Natural Park of Serra da Arrábida (30th of March).
Thursday, 27: Go to Korea without leaving the museum
Between the 27th and 30th of January, the Museu do Oriente, in Lisbon, invites you to a trip to korea. That’s the name of the cycle of six workshops That Show Korean Culture In Its Most Comfortable Strands: From Music To Beauty Rituals, Not Forgetting The Tea Ceremony And Gastronomy. There are several moments to embark on the oriental tradition, ranging from workshop of hangul, about the Korean alphabet (20€), Korean roll (20€), varied culinary specialties with sushi (30€), going through the ritual of the Korean ceremony (20€), the K-Pop skills or the Korean traditional music (25€) and the secrets of K-Beauty (20€). Information about timetables and can be consulted here.
Friday, 28: Lisbon for those who live it
Show “the city through the people who live in it”. It is with this note of intentions that it presents itself us, Lisbon, a documentary by Maria Messias that is configured as a mosaic of testimonies given by people from Lisbon. It has a premiere scheduled for this Friday, at 6 pm, at the Lisbon Museum – Palácio Pimenta, with free admission and the right to a debate at the end, to prolong the reflection on “the city and the perspectives of its citizens on it”. The film is built on a sample of 20 participants, representing the broth of cultures and origins that is the capital. Of these, only seven are yolk “alfacinhas”. Four were born in other parts of the country, three in Angola and two in France. The belongings of England, Brazil, Belarus and Japan. All answered questions like these: “What does it mean to be a Lisboner? What do you like most about the city? What should we change? And how do you envision the city in the near future?”