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CREM takes well-deserved summer break

CREM takes well-deserved summer break

By Staff Writer - July 30, 2017

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CREM, the Club for Foreign Residents of Monaco, will be taking a well-earned summer break from Monday, July 31, until Sunday, September 3, reopening at 9 am on Monday, September 4. The club will be taking phone calls and answering emails from Monday, August 28.

The club, set up to help residents integrate more fully into the life of the Principality, to host its own special events and to make connections with Monaco’s outstanding and varied cultural agenda, is now open each morning, from 09:00 until 12:30, Monday to Friday.

One of the new season’s first big events will be the CREM anniversary party on Monday, September 18. The club will be celebrating seven years of success. More information on future events can be found at on their website.

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