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A charity event may help keep the children amused on Thursday, December 29, with a workshop day at U mazaghìn (18, rue Grimaldi) organised by Terres méditerranéennes (Mediterranean Lands), a Monaco-based association created in August 2004 with the ambition to showcase contemporary creation in the fields of Mediterranean art and crafts through exhibitions, markets and ateliers.
At 11 am, a Christmas tale for young and old will be offered by Fabrice Allia, while from 10:30 am to 7 pm, members of Terres méditerranéennes will welcome visitors for a sale of a wide range of local and international crafts, all for the benefit of two important Monaco charities.
A number of regional traditional products have been made thanks to the involvement of the students of the UNESCO Club “I garibai” (the skilled) from Collège Charles III, in favour of the Monegasque charities Namaste and Mission Enfance.
The aim of the Namaste association is to improve the living conditions of Nepalese, particularly in education and health, while Mission Enfance’s calling is to help children in distress throughout the world.
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