In Saint-Brice-de-Landelles, Les Amis du Téléthon have a full program for this weekend of Saturday, November 30 and Sunday, December 1, 2019.
The Friends of the Telethon, under the leadership of Patricia Debroize, met Friday, November 22, 2019 to refine the program of the 24th edition, which is:
They are waiting for you many Saturday, November 30, from 9 pm for the evening 80 year with Flash animations (DJ Yves), entry 6 € and Sunday, December 1 from 2 pm to 6 pm for the country with the Country section of Mon village comes alive, entry 6 €.
A Pyramid Camembert Challenge from 9 am to 6 pm The purpose of this Norman challenge is to build the tallest pyramid with pie charts. This challenge is launched across the Channel departments, Orne and Calvados. (0,50 € for a box or 2 € the 5 boxes).
A purse for toys, childcare, children's clothing 0 to 10 years will be held in the multipurpose room from 9:30 to 13:00.
A hundred volunteers will be hard at work to ensure that the party is at the rendezvous with the traditional snack from 9 am to 2 pm. Catering under heated marquee with tripe or grill (appetizer meat, tripe or grill, cheese, fruit and coffee). Price cards 12 € adult and 6 € children 10 years. Reservation of the cards at the town hall at 02 33 49 23 09 or 02 33 49 53 12.
At 2 pm, cycling tour for the 53 km round of canton (3 €), with the VCH. Appointment at the town hall from 1:30 pm. As every year, the bike club will offer this bike ride at a moderate pace and in sympathy to all fans of cycling.
At 2:30 pm, hiking (€ 2.50), go to the multipurpose room at 2 pm. Three circuits are proposed, the rhythm will be adapted to the possibilities of each one and even the distance will be flexible between 2 and 8.5 km.
At the multipurpose room at 2 pm, animations with clowns. 15:00 pm party for the kids and at 16:30 the traditional balloon release. Other animations will be proposed to the children: makeup, inflatable structure and carriage ride.
With Santa Claus singing, dancing and candy distribution, the children will be able to write to Santa and the letter carrier will pick up the letters around 4:30 pm in the multipurpose room.
Hen at the pot and dance
This beautiful day will end with the traditional "chicken at the pot" at 8 pm with the singer Lionel, and dances with the country of My village is Animated. Card on reservation 13 € per adult and 7 € per child -10 years. No card for the evening meal will be sold at the entrance. All day you can bring your donations to the AFM. A collection point of corks (water, soda and milk) is organized, the caps will be deposited on Saturday, December 7th. A subscription is also organized with 40 prizes to be won, the price of the ticket is 2 €. Sale of pancakes.
A dancing tea is organized on Friday, December 13 from 2 pm to 7 pm at the multipurpose room with Philippe Renault. Entrance 6 € with drink and snack offered. The 2019 Telethon will end in song with the animated My Village choir featuring a Christmas concert on Friday, December 20th at 8:30 pm in Milly Church.
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