Doesn’t it feel like an eternity ago when we were parading around town, faces kissed by the early spring sun? We knew it wasn’t going to last, but goodness, going on week 2 of rain and grey has us dreaming up more exotic vacation destinations for the future holidays. Alas, we know the sun will come out tomorrow (metaphorically speaking, perhaps), so let’s grab our umbrellas and find some fun events that will keep our spirits up this week! Good thing Lausanne has quite a few offerings too:
Le Petit Théâtre begins their newest show (for 6 and up) called Galimatias!
In the market for old vinyls? Then you have to check out La Datcha’s vinyl market this Thursday.
Like running but find it difficult to be motivated to run by yourself? Then head to MotiveYourself this Thursday and join in with a group of all levels!
One of our favorite epiceries, Alegria, is hosting a vernissage to showcase new artwork by artist Tyson Lewis (which is available for purchase!) AND having a wine tasting by the cool dudes at Maison du Moulin. Don’t miss it!
Have a refined evening at the Afterwork Art & Whisky event hosted by Fondation de l’Hermitage.
Lapin Vert is turning 36 (!) and you’re invited to their birthday party.
Single? Why not try speed dating right here in Lausanne this Thursday.
You like beer and good vibes? Then head to The Lacustre this Friday for their LAGER LAGER LAGER event 😉
Head to the Flon for the inauguration of the newest bar in the quartier–NOLF…(which is Flon spelled backwards).
Le Mont musical festival begins this weekend–check out their full program here.
Habitat-Jardin begins this weekend.
Make your own jewelry with Erelle herself, at the Ateliers bijoux this Saturday.
Porsche is launching their new 911 and they’re inviting you–go check it out, take one for a spin, then enjoy a cocktail.
Catch DJ Mouchou at LP’s Bar.
Learn how to make baozi and try out new teas at the Atelier baozi & dégustation de the hosted at Zinema Zinema.
Benefit from great deals for Family Day at Pathé Flon.
Ever wonder what it would be like to enter into a world of silence? Well how about starting with an evening of silence at Café Saint Pierre–learn how to suspend your voice and communicate, eat, and interact in different ways.