There’s something quite romantic about Lausanne underneath a blanket of snow. The white dusting on the tiled rooftops, the cobble-stoned pathways bordered with powder; it’s as if seeing the city with new eyes. While the winter months may seem to drag on, we’ve begun to learn how to pause and appreciate this place, even on those grey days. And it’s much easier to appreciate Lausanne when it showcases such a variety of events each week! Here’s what’s going down this week in and around Lausanne this week:
It’s actually for the NEXT Tuesday, but we’d like to bring attention to an event and organization that we find inspiring and necessary for this day and age: Girls in Tech. They are a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology. Can we get an amen?! And next Tuesday they’re hosting an event at EPFL about the future of mobility and transport. Tickets are under 12 CHF, and the speaker line-up is super impressive. Get tickets here.
The first Tuesday of every month is “Ladies Night” at Pathe Flon–and this Tuesday their offering a welcome aperitif and showing the 3x Golden Globe winning film Green Book.
If you’re interested or work in the digital communications sector, you may want to check out this conference on Tuesday evening hosted by the Olympic museum. Several notable speakers will chat about how they’re transforming and adapting their strategies for the new era.
Rock out to the ’80s at Lapin Vert this Tuesday night.
Don’t miss Anna Bolena, the newest show by The Lausanne Opera–only four more showings!
Swiss Dance Days begins today–15 dance pieces have been chosen to be showcased from Wednesday until Saturday. Find the full program and ticket information here.
The weekly flea market at the CPO is on Thursday.
La Sonnette is hosting a vernissage for artist Yves Hänggi’s illustrations.
The Prix de Lausanne begins this Friday–where the world’s best young dancers gather for two days of competition open to the public.
Le CouCou in Montreux is hosting a wood fire raclette evening…mmmmmm.
Le Bourg is hosting a flea market that is sure to have some treasures.
LP’s Bar has been jamming lately with new musical acts nightly–don’t miss DJ Ngoc Lan this Saturday.
If you like the 90s, then head to XIIIe siècle for a little party.
Scones, mini sandwiches, and bottomless tea! Brasserie de Montbenon is reinterpreting British Afternoon Tea this Sunday from 4-6pm.