Le Journal Toulousain offers you a selection of activities and outings to enjoy the return of the sun to Toulouse this weekend. You can, for example, attend an outdoor film screening while enjoying a picnic, participate in a pool party to celebrate the reopening of the Bikini, admire the architecture of the island of Ramier or go water skiing. on the lake of Sesquières.
Many activities at Lac de Sesquières, near Toulouse
The hot weather is back this weekend in Toulouse. So, to cool off a bit, head for the WamPark leisure base located on the calm waters of Lac de Sesquières. On the program: swimming and idleness, while the most athletic try their hand at water skiing, wakeboarding, paddle or embark on the gigantic ski lift course. Between two activities, take a gourmet break in the catering area to enjoy a fresh smoothie accompanied by a sweet or savory snack.
Then, go on an adventure on the floating inflatable games installed in the shape of an obstacle course. Here, jump on trampolines, climb several meter high towers, slide down slides, climb on climbing walls, enter bouncy castles or get ejected from a blob jump. After enjoying a salad, a pizza or a good wrap, you can make a digestive walk of about two kilometers around the body of water. Ping-pong tables, pétanque courts and fitness modules are set up on either side of the course.
Pool party and 70’s evening for the reopening of Le Petit Bikini this weekend
After being affected by a fire at the end of last July, the Bikini in Ramonville-Saint-Agne finally reopened the doors of part of its complex this Wednesday, August 17. So, to celebrate the good news together, the Petit Bikini is organizing a “70’s” party this Saturday. The opportunity to sip a cocktail around the pool, accompanied by small dishes prepared by the guinguette and above all, to waddle to the best hits of these cult years. AC/DC, Jackson 5, Queen, The police, David Bowie, Bob Marley, The Rolling Stones, Serge Gainsbourg, Abba, Kiss, Jacques Dutronc… Between the pop, rock and discoThere is something for every taste.
Sunday, change of atmosphere. Come and relax by the pool and dance to the mix of DJs with electronic, techno, deep house influences which follows one another throughout the afternoon to liven up the pool party. If you’re feeling peckish, Anko’s snack makes fish-shaped waffles, traditionally filled with red bean paste, but this time prepared with chocolate and baked apples.
Practical information : The Bikinirue Théodore Monod, Ramonville-Saint-Agne. 70’s aperitif, Saturday August 20 at 6 p.m. Free, by reservation on 05 62 24 09 50. Pool party Sunday, August 21 at 3 p.m. Purchase entry on site: 5 euros.
Attend an outdoor film screening this weekend
the Youth Welcome Point and the House of Social Link de Cornebarrieu is organizing a free open-air cinema this Saturday, August 20 in the Parc du Pont-Vieux, bordered by the river L’Aussonnelle in the city center. Take advantage of the drop in temperatures at the start of the evening to install a tablecloth in the heart of this refreshing and enjoy a picnic with family or friends before the screening of the film »Student services office” directed by Grand Corps Malade and Mehdi Idir.
This tells the story of Samia, a young principal education adviser (CPE) who leaves her native Ardèche to work in a college known as difficult in the city of Saint-Denis. She is quickly confronted with discipline problems and discovers the social reality that weighs on the neighborhood. But the novice CPE is also surprised by the incredible vitality and humor of the students as well as the supervisors. She takes a liking to Yanis, a lively and intelligent teenager whose potential she sensed, but who renounces all ambition by hiding behind his insolence. Then begins a long fight to try to get him to plan for a better future.
Practical information : Outdoor cinema, Pont-Vieux park, Pont-Vieux street, Cornebarrieu. Saturday August 20 at 9:15 p.m. Free, without registration.
A guided tour to discover the Ile du Ramier in Toulouse
The Toulouse Tourist Office, in partnership with the Espace Patrimoine and the Maison de l’Architecture Occitanie-Pyrénées, invites you this weekend to participate to a guided tour “in two voices”, in the company of a guide and an architect, discovering the modern and contemporary buildings of Île du Ramier. You will also learn more about the major architectural trends that will still contribute to the city’s unique identity today.
Île du Ramier has long been dedicated to flour milling. That is to say the industrial transformation of wheat grains into flour. The City acquired the entire land in 1904 to build new infrastructure. During the visit, you hear in particular about the Saint-Michel bridge, the Banlève wind tunnel, the hydroelectric plantthe large sports park with the Nakache swimming pool and the Stadium, the Daniel Faucher university residence, but also the town hall’s project to create a Grand Parc Garonne on the Island.