The Fête de la science starts on Saturday, at 3:30 pm, with a show to see with the family from the age of 10. It will take place on the beach of Loc’h Ven, in Pendruc. When the wave arrives, by the La Fugue collective, it evokes a violent and inevitable rise of the water. Perched on the highest peak of their native island, Mateo and Letizia await him. But the island is small and will their piece of rock be able to accommodate everyone? And after all, does everyone deserve to be saved? Single price € 5, ticket office: https://www.billetweb.fr/quand-viendra-la-vague
A puppet show
On Sunday, at 5 pm, at the Sterenn, the MJC will offer a puppet show, from the age of 3, “La promenade de Flaubert”, by the company La Générale des Mômes. Adapted from Antonin Louchard’s book, this mechanical poetry show is about playful destiny and everyday resilience. A “machine room”, a miniature for puppets, actors, gears and music boxes, tells the story of Flaubert, a tireless walker facing the whims of the wind and the four seasons. Prices: reduced 6 € / full 9 €, ticket office: https://www.billetweb.fr/la-promenade-de-flaubert
A conference on gut and health
Finally, on Monday 10 October, at 2.30 pm, in collaboration with the UTL, a conference on “Microbiology and intestinal health” will be offered in Sterenn, led by Médéric Miard, doctor of microbiology, professor and researcher at the University of Basel. . Free participation.
MJC contact: tel. 02 98 50 95 93.