This week in Lyon: the Silk Festival!

Monday 14: A drink at the Bosquet

Good news ! Le Bosquet is open on Mondays and is one of our favorite cocktail bars at Le Petit Paumé. We particularly advise you to taste the Jardin de Rose cocktail which, I believe, will inaugurate your week in BEAUTY.

Useful information :

The Grove, 32 Rue Pasteur, Lyon 7

From 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. this Monday

Cocktail: 10€

Tuesday 15: Launch party of the Novembre des Canuts festival

November of the Canuts, it is every year for 15 years. This 100% Lyon festival aspires to preserve the memory of our canut ancestors, emblematic and historic silk workers of the City of Lights. The canuts have built part of the history of Lyon, its architecture and of course its charm. Through a multidisciplinary program (conferences, theatre, exhibitions, evenings and debates), you will be able to discover the secrets of the Silk industry in Lyon as well as the society in which it is part. For this Tuesday 15, come and participate in the inauguration of the event with its launch party!

Useful information :

In the salons of the Hôtel de Ville

7 p.m.

Learn more about the event program here https://www.chienjaune.com/agenda-a-venir-compagnie-theatre-lyon-croix-rousse.php

Wednesday 16: Flower bouquet workshop + snack

The principle is simple:

We meet at Cafe Mae to learn how to create your own bouquet with the magnificent local flowers from Fayolles Fleurs which are currently growing in a field in Dardilly.

During the workshop, you learn how to create a bouquet (twist technique), you use real florist tools, you gain information on the language of flowers and on the conservation of a bouquet. At the end of the workshop you leave with sound advice, a superb bouquet that you made yourself, precise information on all the plants in your bouquet.

Useful information :

Cafe Mae, 19 rue longue, Lyon 1 at 4:30 p.m.

Duration of the workshop: 1h30 with a snack!

Price for a workshop + a snack: 50 euros per person.

Thursday 17: Mirror Game photo exhibition

This Thursday 17, we invite you to go to the inauguration of the photo exhibition entitled Jeu de Miroir on the theme of good and evil. The photos of Maélania Avanzato will therefore be an opportunity to question us:

– How do we view ourselves?

– How do others perceive us?

– Do the decor and the costume have an influence on our moods?

– Isn’t there a duality in each of us?

Useful information :

5 Grande Rue de la Croix-Rousse, Lyon

7 p.m.

Friday 18: Anti-waste cooking workshop, Institut Paul Bocuse

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, the Paul Bocuse Institute is organizing an anti-waste cooking workshop, where you will concoct with the CCAS (social restaurant and solidarity grocery store) both savory and sweet dishes. During this workshop, you will also be able to visit the food third place “la cuisine des gones”.

Useful information :

Halles Paul Bocuse

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturday 19: Silk Festival

The Lyon Silk Festival returns for its 4th edition to the Palais de la Bourse. “Major silk meeting in Lyon, bringing together in a single event all the players in the sector (weavers, printers and designers), Silk in Lyon puts the spotlight on silk for 4 days, in particular with the meeting between professionals and general public, the sharing of know-how, a rich cultural program and an international outlook. »

Useful information :

From November 17 to 20

Stock Exchange Palace, Lyon 2

7€

Sunday 20: Dressed up at the Mob Hotel

See you next Sunday at the Mob Hotel for the 5th edition of Endimanchées with the program:

• Handmade, natural & organic soaps

• Hand-tufted rugs by Philippine Bro

• Crochet by Stitch & So’

• An exhibition and a live painting by Blanche Thomashausen – n

• Handpoke by Coquin 2 Ink

• Nail art by Deuzenity

• A ceramic workshop by LT Céramique

And of course the usual stands:

• Thrift store with a maximum of Vintage & Y2K arrivals

• Up-cycling by Cozyshape

• Vintage decoration by

Useful information :

AT THE MOB HOTEL, 55 quai Rambaud, Lyon 2

10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Free admission

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