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Activities for young audiences 16 September 30 September 2022

Program for the month of September at the La Fouillade media library

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It's back to school at the media library! To get this new school year off to a good start, the team is offering you a selection of documents about the school throughout the month of September.

The team offers the following activities:

From September 16 to 30:

Exhibition "Rural life parentheses" of the Point Info Seniors (in partnership with the Department and the CTL) will be visible during opening hours.

For 6 months, Delphine Trébosc from the Ciel Bleu studio in Villefranche-de-Rouergue and the Seniors Info Point crisscrossed the territory to meet seniors wishing to share a memory, a passion or a know-how. These privileged moments were photographed and are the subject of this exhibition which highlights the inhabitants of our countryside.

Saturday September 24 at 10:00 p.m. :

Writing workshops led by Natacha Clouzet and Alain Andrieu. If you want to follow the path of schoolchildren, do not hesitate to register for. Take the opportunity to listen to the texts written during the 2021-2022 writing workshops.  

And at 15:30 p.m., it's the turn of the little ones to make their return to the media library with the cine-snack: Petites Casseroles (Uzi Geffenblad, Conor Finnegan, Eric Montchaud, 41 min, from 4 years old): Dougal dreams of flying , Aston to celebrate his birthday and Anatole to make friends but, for them, things are not always so simple. With courage and humor, our heroes will nevertheless find a way to overcome their fears or their singularities that they dragged around like small saucepans.

Friday 30 September, at 20 p.m.:

Comedy The class struggle (Michel Leclerc, 2018, 1h43):
Sofia and Paul move into a small house in the suburbs. She, a brilliant lawyer of North African origin, grew up in a nearby city. He, a punk-rock and anar drummer at heart, cultivates a lack of ambition that commands respect! Like all parents, they want the best for their son Corentin, a pupil at Jean Jaurès, the neighborhood primary school. But when all his friends leave public school for the Catholic institution Saint Benoît, Corentin feels alone. How to remain faithful to the republican school when your child no longer wants to set foot there? Caught between their values ​​and their parental concerns, Sofia and Paul will see their couple put to the test by the “class struggle”.

All dates and times

Opening hours from September 16 to September 30, 2022
Wednesday Open
Friday Open
Saturday Open
Exhibition: Wednesday: 10am-12pm and 14pm-18pm Friday: 10am-12pm and 15pm-18pm Saturday: 9am-30pm and 12pm-30pm
Opening hours on September 30, 2022
Friday Open
Comedy The class struggle at 20:30 p.m.




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