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  • First Day, France
    wines the aperatif of pastis the French master drink of every bar in the country and of course the white rose and red wines for lunch The school in Mazieres and from Cinq Mars la Pile and Langais two neighbouring towns had send children to participate in the workshops of not only Bekir Patrick and Robert but also a local wood carver a cooking session a person who made straw figures and the pirates a group of dedicated shanty singers who played old viking games with ther children on the street The Quatre Pieces de Huit four pieces of eight began to form some years ago out of friendship and love of French shanties Breton songs and Irish Breton music They came to this years festival with the intention to join in with the idea of the Culture Trail to share and participate with all the people visiting but also to be with the artists of the Trail Thiery the Mayor of Mazier used his tractor to bring in plenty of bales of hay for the pirates to build a tavern in the village a haven for adults and children alike and for all their Arrrr we ll get you on our boat scrubbing the decks and working the rigging and tackle everyone felt really safe there very un pirate like The afternoon was spent again with a lot of children and music The school cantine had been busy all morning preparing a lunch for all the children who sat on long tables under the protection of the tents and listened to some live music Meanwhile the Unbelievables spent some time rehearsing and the theatre prepared for their performance the next day The evening began with a French pop band called Bonamia Their music was light and dancy but well

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=162:first-day-france&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=fr (2016-02-16)
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  • First Day, France
    the aperatif of pastis the French master drink of every bar in the country and of course the white rose and red wines for lunch The school in Mazieres and from Cinq Mars la Pile and Langais two neighbouring towns had send children to participate in the workshops of not only Bekir Patrick and Robert but also a local wood carver a cooking session a person who made straw figures and the pirates a group of dedicated shanty singers who played old viking games with ther children on the street The Quatre Pieces de Huit four pieces of eight began to form some years ago out of friendship and love of French shanties Breton songs and Irish Breton music They came to this years festival with the intention to join in with the idea of the Culture Trail to share and participate with all the people visiting but also to be with the artists of the Trail Thiery the Mayor of Mazier used his tractor to bring in plenty of bales of hay for the pirates to build a tavern in the village a haven for adults and children alike and for all their Arrrr we ll get you on our boat scrubbing the decks and working the rigging and tackle everyone felt really safe there very un pirate like The afternoon was spent again with a lot of children and music The school cantine had been busy all morning preparing a lunch for all the children who sat on long tables under the protection of the tents and listened to some live music Meanwhile the Unbelievables spent some time rehearsing and the theatre prepared for their performance the next day The evening began with a French pop band called Bonamia Their music was light and dancy but well put

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=162:first-day-france&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=ro (2016-02-16)
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  • First Day, France
    and of course the white rose and red wines for lunch The school in Mazieres and from Cinq Mars la Pile and Langais two neighbouring towns had send children to participate in the workshops of not only Bekir Patrick and Robert but also a local wood carver a cooking session a person who made straw figures and the pirates a group of dedicated shanty singers who played old viking games with ther children on the street The Quatre Pieces de Huit four pieces of eight began to form some years ago out of friendship and love of French shanties Breton songs and Irish Breton music They came to this years festival with the intention to join in with the idea of the Culture Trail to share and participate with all the people visiting but also to be with the artists of the Trail Thiery the Mayor of Mazier used his tractor to bring in plenty of bales of hay for the pirates to build a tavern in the village a haven for adults and children alike and for all their Arrrr we ll get you on our boat scrubbing the decks and working the rigging and tackle everyone felt really safe there very un pirate like The afternoon was spent again with a lot of children and music The school cantine had been busy all morning preparing a lunch for all the children who sat on long tables under the protection of the tents and listened to some live music Meanwhile the Unbelievables spent some time rehearsing and the theatre prepared for their performance the next day The evening began with a French pop band called Bonamia Their music was light and dancy but well put together with nice lyrics and a good portion of world sounds making their music

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=162%3Afirst-day-france&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=en (2016-02-16)
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  • Second Day, France
    to what they do and althouth the one can never do what the other does they compliment each other through their respect and dedication their acceptance and deliverance to the other and because they communicate After the rounds were done the Vin d honeur began in the centre of the village publicly and deliberately The opening was officially transacted and the glasses lifted to toast the oncoming days events and the exhibitions Bob then discussed with all three mayors the issue of the Culture Trail continuation 2011 to which all three agreed to work on together to bring the artists to the schools and churches of all three communities The afternoon began to see a multitude of peolple arriving out of their houses in the village The older generation was there as well enjoying the revival of their village life as they knew it many many years ago before people could afford a car and travel quickly to the venues of the larger cities of Tours and Angers The concentration of events in the cities and the attraction to draw all the younger generation away from their villages has left desolate villages everywhere in Europe The result is that the villages have less and less communication and the older people have only the garden gossip and 200 TV channels to block out any personal creativity The truth is that the older generation has a lot to give if they had the chance to show something Their appreciation of the Culture Trail activities was written all over their faces and they had stayed the night before through all the rain and even through the rock concert Today they were to be thanked with a new programme under warm skies A short shower in the afternoon did not stop the show and

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=163:second-day-france&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=de (2016-02-16)
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  • Second Day, France
    to what they do and althouth the one can never do what the other does they compliment each other through their respect and dedication their acceptance and deliverance to the other and because they communicate After the rounds were done the Vin d honeur began in the centre of the village publicly and deliberately The opening was officially transacted and the glasses lifted to toast the oncoming days events and the exhibitions Bob then discussed with all three mayors the issue of the Culture Trail continuation 2011 to which all three agreed to work on together to bring the artists to the schools and churches of all three communities The afternoon began to see a multitude of peolple arriving out of their houses in the village The older generation was there as well enjoying the revival of their village life as they knew it many many years ago before people could afford a car and travel quickly to the venues of the larger cities of Tours and Angers The concentration of events in the cities and the attraction to draw all the younger generation away from their villages has left desolate villages everywhere in Europe The result is that the villages have less and less communication and the older people have only the garden gossip and 200 TV channels to block out any personal creativity The truth is that the older generation has a lot to give if they had the chance to show something Their appreciation of the Culture Trail activities was written all over their faces and they had stayed the night before through all the rain and even through the rock concert Today they were to be thanked with a new programme under warm skies A short shower in the afternoon did not stop the show and

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=163:second-day-france&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=en (2016-02-16)
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  • Second Day, France
    extremely dedicated to what they do and althouth the one can never do what the other does they compliment each other through their respect and dedication their acceptance and deliverance to the other and because they communicate After the rounds were done the Vin d honeur began in the centre of the village publicly and deliberately The opening was officially transacted and the glasses lifted to toast the oncoming days events and the exhibitions Bob then discussed with all three mayors the issue of the Culture Trail continuation 2011 to which all three agreed to work on together to bring the artists to the schools and churches of all three communities The afternoon began to see a multitude of peolple arriving out of their houses in the village The older generation was there as well enjoying the revival of their village life as they knew it many many years ago before people could afford a car and travel quickly to the venues of the larger cities of Tours and Angers The concentration of events in the cities and the attraction to draw all the younger generation away from their villages has left desolate villages everywhere in Europe The result is that the villages have less and less communication and the older people have only the garden gossip and 200 TV channels to block out any personal creativity The truth is that the older generation has a lot to give if they had the chance to show something Their appreciation of the Culture Trail activities was written all over their faces and they had stayed the night before through all the rain and even through the rock concert Today they were to be thanked with a new programme under warm skies A short shower in the afternoon did not stop the

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=163:second-day-france&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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  • Second Day, France
    are extremely dedicated to what they do and althouth the one can never do what the other does they compliment each other through their respect and dedication their acceptance and deliverance to the other and because they communicate After the rounds were done the Vin d honeur began in the centre of the village publicly and deliberately The opening was officially transacted and the glasses lifted to toast the oncoming days events and the exhibitions Bob then discussed with all three mayors the issue of the Culture Trail continuation 2011 to which all three agreed to work on together to bring the artists to the schools and churches of all three communities The afternoon began to see a multitude of peolple arriving out of their houses in the village The older generation was there as well enjoying the revival of their village life as they knew it many many years ago before people could afford a car and travel quickly to the venues of the larger cities of Tours and Angers The concentration of events in the cities and the attraction to draw all the younger generation away from their villages has left desolate villages everywhere in Europe The result is that the villages have less and less communication and the older people have only the garden gossip and 200 TV channels to block out any personal creativity The truth is that the older generation has a lot to give if they had the chance to show something Their appreciation of the Culture Trail activities was written all over their faces and they had stayed the night before through all the rain and even through the rock concert Today they were to be thanked with a new programme under warm skies A short shower in the afternoon did not stop

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=163:second-day-france&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=fr (2016-02-16)
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  • Second Day, France
    extremely dedicated to what they do and althouth the one can never do what the other does they compliment each other through their respect and dedication their acceptance and deliverance to the other and because they communicate After the rounds were done the Vin d honeur began in the centre of the village publicly and deliberately The opening was officially transacted and the glasses lifted to toast the oncoming days events and the exhibitions Bob then discussed with all three mayors the issue of the Culture Trail continuation 2011 to which all three agreed to work on together to bring the artists to the schools and churches of all three communities The afternoon began to see a multitude of peolple arriving out of their houses in the village The older generation was there as well enjoying the revival of their village life as they knew it many many years ago before people could afford a car and travel quickly to the venues of the larger cities of Tours and Angers The concentration of events in the cities and the attraction to draw all the younger generation away from their villages has left desolate villages everywhere in Europe The result is that the villages have less and less communication and the older people have only the garden gossip and 200 TV channels to block out any personal creativity The truth is that the older generation has a lot to give if they had the chance to show something Their appreciation of the Culture Trail activities was written all over their faces and they had stayed the night before through all the rain and even through the rock concert Today they were to be thanked with a new programme under warm skies A short shower in the afternoon did not stop the

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=163:second-day-france&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=ro (2016-02-16)
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