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Last Sunday, October 2, after the official closing of the Monaco Yacht Show, Stars’n’Bars, with the help of students from the International School of Monaco, organised a port cleanup to prevent leftover litter and plastic from polluting the Mediterranean and endangering sea life.
This Sunday, continuing along its “Ecohub” initiative to develop eco-friendly habits, the port restaurant owned by Kate Powers and Didier Rubiolo is hosting “Beauty Inside and Out”, a day of free workshops, conferences and expositions, from 11 am to 7 pm, on the StarDeck.
Geared towards both children and adults, the all-day fair will focus on how to be beautiful and healthy using natural methods and products, while “respecting the environment and the body’s natural needs”.
The morning conference kicks off at 11 am with Daniele de Winter of INSIDE OUT beauty, and speakers across the day will include Eat Juice nutritionist Madeleine Badia, Daniel Concas from the French Federation of Traditional Shiatsu, Fanny Rigaud discussing the Manual Face lift and Dr Tijana Tomic on Bioptron light therapy.
A dozen stands will offer information on everything from cooking with flowers to complimentary therapy, and from aloe vera products to natural cosmetics.
Beauty Inside and Out promises to draw a sizeable Sunday crowd, so booking a table for lunch or dinner in advance is recommended (+377 97 97 95 95).
For a full agenda of speakers and list of stands, see Beauty Inside and Out.
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