Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Week 24 2017


Last weekend took me over to Sadirac and the pottery fair held at the pottery museum. A beautiful
hot sunny day and plenty to see.  I loved the 'field' of poppies and the man who made everything you could think of for the kitchen.

If you like pottery, there's a pottery fair in Castelmoron D'Albret this coming weekend.  It's a beautiful little village, said to be one of the oldest in the country, and there's a great tea shop with delicious cakes with a hidden garden at the top of the village.

Whatever you do this week in the Gironde and Dordogne regions, have a great time.

Best wishes,

Week 24 2017

Monday 12 June

Tuesday 13 June

Wednesday 14 June

Thursday 15 June

Friday 16 June

16 June : Marche Gourmande in Ruch

16 June : Secret Curry Club in Ste Foy la Grande

Saturday 17 June

17 June : Vide grenier in Puissegan

17 June : Free Wine Tasting every Saturday morning of wines from AOC Sainte Foy Cotes de Bordeaux at the Maison des Vins, Salle Brocca, in Sainte Foy, next door to the former Maison de la Presse. Each week will celebrate a different wine maker.

17 June 13h - 18h : There is a yarn bombing organised by the Café Tricot in Gensac.  All knitters are welcome to come and knit along with them in the afternoon at the Gensaké. See the village get dressed in wool!

17 June 15h & 20h30 : 'Vous avez du courrier' a dance show in Castillon at the Cenre Culturel, tickets €9/€5

17 June 18h30 : Marche Gourmande followed by an open air cinema at the Parc de l'Epinette in Libourne

17 June - 17 September : Art exhibition by 30 artiste in the Logis de Malet and the Tonnellerie Demptos in St Emilion

Sunday 18 June

18 June : Marche de Potiers in Castelmoron d'Albret

 18 June : Vide Grenier in Ste Foy

18 June : Ski Nautique for children 4 - 10 years old.  A free trial for the children.

18 June : Vide grenier in La Sauve

Coming up...

And finally... 

Have you noticed that there's something going on at the Belvedere on the hilltop behind Pessac?

The Sandifer family have been hard at work creating La Taverne du Belevedere.  With views over the beautiful Dordogne valley, local beers and wines and tapas plates, this is set to be a lovely place to visit.  See the story so far here and watch out for the opening date.

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