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Sport at the Musée de l’Homme, parties with a colorful carnival, discovering the most beautiful trees in bloom in Paris, cinema for children and adults, and events dedicated to the fight against racism and anti-Semitism… a week full of perspectives and celebrations is coming!

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Sports weekend at the Musée de l’Homme

As part of its exhibition “At the limits of humanity”, the Musée de l’Homme is organizing a sporting and festive weekend for everyone. Immediately upon entering the museum, an athletics track welcomes visitors. You can then take advantage of free demonstrations and introductions to various sports. Screenings, round tables and meetings with top athletes complete the program of this day dedicated to sport.

Museum of Man

To accompany its exhibition At the limits of humanity, the Musée de l’Homme is organizing a sports and festival weekend for all on March 26th and 27th, with initiations, demonstrations and free meetings.

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It’s carnival!

Carnival of the women

The procession of the Carnival of Women, Feast of the Laundry Queens of Mi-Carême gives you an appointment for a departure from Place du Châtelet on Sunday March 27th. Join this festive and colorful parade that requires disguise!

carnival

Everyone at the 13th Women’s Carnival!! The parade of the women’s carnival, Queen’s Day of the Laundresses of Mi-Carême, will take place on Sunday March 27, 2022.

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carnival funny sparrows

The climate academy carnival “merry piafs” invites you to put on your prettiest feathers and hooked beaks for the parade that starts at 5 p.m. to the sounds of the feminist batucada. You will first enjoy the exhibition on the sparrows of Paris, but also make-up stands, costume creation and dance lessons. The parade ends at berths where the celebrations follow with a parade and a contest of the craziest costumes.

Saturday March 26 promises to be colourful… Small or large Piaf, all birds are invited to wear their most beautiful plumage to take part in the “Drôles de Piaf!” carnival, organized jointly by the Académie du Climat and the Amarres will.

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nature

wild plants

Figaria, ground ivy, garlic mustard… Discover some of the wild Parisian plants that bloom in March in the Parc Floral de Paris. See you at Maison Paris Nature.

Figaria, ground ivy, garlic mustard… Discover some of these wild plants that bloom in March in the Parc Floral de Paris.

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Where can you see flowering trees in Paris?

Magnolias, cherry trees, apple trees… nature is reborn. Did you know that even in Paris it is possible to admire the magnificent blossom of the blossoming trees when spring approaches? Quickly discover our selection of the most beautiful pages!

On s’engage

emancipation planet

On the occasion of the week of education and action against racism and anti-Semitism, the Grand Festival returns to the Palais de la Porte Dorée for its 6th edition. Debates, shows, meetings, performances: the artists take the floor and fight against discrimination with a rich program. The visual artist Sarah Trouche gives you an appointment for a unique performance that mixes electro dance and the artist’s visual universe.

A unique performance that combines electro dance with the visual universe of visual artist Sarah Trouche.

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Conference drawn with Rakidd

Author, illustrator, youtuber… Rachid Sguini collects hats. On his blog Les Gribouillages de Rakidd, he regularly denounces the racism he has been exposed to since childhood. He has published a small anti-racist handbook for children (published September 2021 by Lapin Editions). For this small drawing conference, Rakidd will present a few pages of his book before making new drawings live.

Author, illustrator, youtuber… Rachid Sguini collects hats. With his blog Les Gribouillages de Rakidd, he regularly denounces racism and has built up a small notoriety on social networks.

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movie theater

Sandwich Club

The new film club for 9-12 year olds at the sandwich club, meets every three months in the Ursulines studio to discuss a cult film, dissect a few excerpts and generally talk about… cinema! Currently in the Sandwich Club program: the indispensable Beetlejuice by Tim Burton.

The new film club for 9 to 12 year olds At the Sandwich Club with Suzanne De Lacotte we meet every three months to discuss a cult film, dissect a few clips and generally talk about… cinema! Currently in the Sandwich Club program: the indispensable Beetlejuice by Tim Burton.

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cine kids

From January to March, the CinemaKids Discover Paris, the city of light, which reveals all its beauty and poetry in the cinema. This week we’ll stroll the subway with Zazie and take a stroll along the banks of the Seine with Audrey Hepburn in “Drôle de face”… The unique charm of the French capital will seduce viewers of all ages.

A film, debate or animation and a snack for all budding film lovers from 18 months to 8 years old every Wednesday and Sunday afternoon at the Forum des Images!

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Howard Hawks honored

The Cinémathèque Française, grand master of American comedy and westerns, offers you some films to see or to see again with your family as part of the work of Howard Hawks. Take advantage: it ends this week!

The Cinémathèque Française, grand master of American comedy and westerns, offers you some films to see or to see again with your family as part of the work of Howard Hawks.

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shows and music

When pigs fly

During a family dinner, a child categorically refuses to eat his chicken. In the form of a dialogue between a dog and a child through 11 songs, the show “When the chickens have teeth” offered as part of the “Ptits Baudets” is a musical thriller that is as funny as it is cruel, about a moral question Only humans can ask themselves: Should we be animals? eat?

When the Chickens Have Teeth is a funny and cruel musical thriller about a moral question that only humans can ask: should we eat animals?

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Volte, game for children in need of democracy

Engagement is a movement of mind, body and language, individually and collectively. It is also the implementation of forms of resistance and perseverance. TIMEScarried by 6 dancers, questions the forms of engagement in view of current emergencies, when bodies engage, when humanities meet.

Come and discover an engaging play by Les Ouvreurs de Possibles at the Théâtre Dunois. Volte, a play for children in need of democracy, questions all forms of engagement.

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All griots

They make us dream, laugh, think. They combine ancient wisdom and unbridled imagination. African stories captivate us because they open up the possibility of a different life through storms of thrilling adventure. This participatory reading session allows everyone in the audience, child or adult, to become a griot if they wish by reading aloud traditional stories from Mali.

Let yourself be carried away by the magic of African fairy tales. You will listen to them captivated and, if you wish, you can take part in this reading to captivate the audience.

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workshops and activities

families on Saturdays

Paris is experimenting with opening cribs to the public on Saturday mornings. 23 crèches are open every Saturday in partnership with family fun associations. Don’t hesitate and spend time with your family around early childhood learning activities.

kiss school

Paris is experimenting with opening cribs to the public on Saturday mornings. 23 crèches are open every Saturday in partnership with family fun associations.

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percussion machine

With his helmet, Capitaine Futur lets himself be carried by the music. L’Entr’espace consists of strange and fascinating music. In order to understand them and invent them yourself, Kelyboy offers to tinker with pads, keyboards and the Ableton Live software. Join her to compose, record, arrange and mix a whole collection of sounds.

Introduction to beat making. Discover current music and beatmaking with a DJ!

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1 hour, 1 myth

For our cycle “1 hour, 1 myth in the family” we follow in the footsteps of the great gods of Egyptian mythology. This will be an opportunity for parents and children to talk about the history and culture of ancient Egypt. This Sunday at 11 a.m. we dedicate ourselves to the fate of Cleopatra, the last queen of Egypt!

Egyptian History: Cleopatra, Last Queen of Egypt.

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