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Monaco’s annual gigantic charity jumble sale, the Ecumenical Kermesse, will be held in the Fontvieille Chapiteau on Saturday, December 2. Entry is free and the doors open at 10 am until 6 pm.
There will be over 25 stalls this year including clothes, books, CDs, DVDs, antiques, plus jewellery, household items, shoes, bags, gifts and novelties. Also on hand, Spanish, Greek and French speciality stands as well as Christmas decorations.
The annual tombola has over 20 prizes and tickets are just €2 each. A selection of inexpensive food and drinks will be served across the day.
Donated items can be dropped off at the Chapiteau all day on Thursday, November 30, and Friday, December 1. Access is open to cars and pedestrians.
For those who can donate items, contact Merville: +377 93 15 02 89.
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