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Every Christmas in Monaco is heralded in true charitable fashion with the Ecumenical Kermesse, which once again will be held in the Fontvieille Chapiteau, this year on Saturday, December 3. Entrance is free and the doors open from 10 am to 6 pm.
There will be over 25 stalls including clothes, books, CDs, DVDs, antiques, Christmas decorations, Monegasque, Greek and British speciality stands, plus jewellery, household items, shoes, bags, gifts and novelties.
This year’s Tombola has over 20 prizes and tickets are just €2 each. The Snack Bar is open all day with a wide selection of delicious and inexpensive food and drinks.
Money raised will go to the charitable work of La Société de Saint Vincent de Paul, Saint Paul’s Church, the Eglise Réformé de Monaco,
British Association of Monaco, La Communauté Espanagnole, and La Paroisse Grecque Orthodoxe.
For more information, especially for donation of items, contact Merville Spiers on +377 93 15 02 89.
Article first published November 20, 2016.
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