A huge congratulations to all you marathon runners out there. The weather was hardly helpful, but you did it! Our very own Tanya ran the half marathon and plans to share a bit more about her experience later on this week. It’s such a fantastic accomplishment – digital high fives to everyone!

This week is Halloween and Lausanne is definitely getting into the spooky spirit. Take a look at our round up of events below for ideas about how to celebrate with your friends or with your kids…

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

  • HALLOWEEN: The name of this event is a bit too creepy for our taste, but if you want to keep the Halloween theme going, Jaggers is kicking off three nights of festivities.
  • Live music at LP’s Bar at the Palace for two nights this week.

Friday

  • Learn about local fashion designers at the Fashion Fair this weekend.
  • Lausanne’s Bach Festival starts this weekend and continues for much of the month of November. Check out their website for a complete listing of the concerts and lectures.
  • Live music at LP’s Bar at the Palace for two nights this week.

Saturday

  • Discover local artisans and locally-made products at the Supermarket in the Flon Atrium.
  • Learn about local fashion designers at the Fashion Fair this weekend.
  • Take a guided tour of the Lausanne Market with local foodie Funambuline. She’ll show you her favorite stands and introduce you to some of the farmers selling their products.
  • Lausanne’s Bach Festival starts this weekend and continues for much of the month of November. Check out their website for a complete listing of the concerts and lectures.
  • Design lovers – head to Geneva this weekend for the Salon du Design to ogle at some beautiful 20th century design pieces.

Sunday

  • Learn about local fashion designers at the Fashion Fair this weekend.
  • Lausanne’s Bach Festival starts this weekend and continues for much of the month of November. Check out their website for a complete listing of the concerts and lectures.
  • Design lovers – head to Geneva this weekend for the Salon du Design to ogle at some beautiful 20th century design pieces.

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