Perhaps the fickle (and deceptively cold) weather has gotten you down, but have no fear: there are plenty of fun events this week, as well as some sunshine in the forecast for all of us to enjoy. Have a wonderful week and maybe we’ll see you at a few of these!


One of our favorite local sandal brands, ShoppingTherapy, is extending their PopUp until the end of this month. Go check out the beautiful leather sandals and get those feet ready for summer.

Local food blogger from A Hungry Blonde is taking over the kitchen at Gab’s Lab restaurant and sharing some of her favorite wholesome and healthy recipes.


Join the OCL and soprano Laurene Paterno at the BCV Concert Hall for a free concert, as Laurene performs her 2nd recital to obtain her masters.

Perhaps you enjoyed the climbs of the 20km of Lausanne so much, you’re wondering where else you can run uphill? The Défi du vignoble running course is happening this Wednesday where you can run 3.6 km uphill in the gorgeous vineyards of Cully.

If you have kids, come to Place de Tunnel this Wednesday for the Journée des familles, where several fun activities will be organized all day.

Shopping Therapy is hosting an apéro at their summer sandal sale from 18:00.


It’s open mic night at XIIIe Siecle where amateur comedians take the stage–entrance is free.

L’Artishow is hosting a vernissage on Thursday to introduce their newest artist Grégoire Vorpe.

Afterwork Art & Whisky at the l’Hermitage.


Can it be that time already?! Luna Park is officially opening this weekend, which means summer (and warmer weather) should be just around the corner?

Like gin? Then you need to make Brassere de Montbenon your weekly go-to on Fridays after work, as their Gin-To’ returns for the season this Friday!

Croc’ the Rock at the Lacustre this Friday.

A 90’s dance party at the MAD club this weekend – how fun is that?!


Lausanne artists open their studios to the public all weekend long – follow the walking map to visit their workspaces, view their latest works, and meet with them in person.

Beer lovers unite! It’s the Lausanne Malt Festival at The Lacustre.

Ever wanted to visit the inside of the Hotel de Ville?

If you like coffee and Swiss made products, then head to QWSTION boutique this Saturday as the team behind Zuriga, an espresso machine conceptualized and manufactured in Zurich, presents their new product.

This Saturday from 17h until midnight, the Alimentarium in Vevey is proposing several “gourmand” experiences for their Nuit des Musées 2019.

Pétanque & Détente! It’s the 4th edition of this pétanque festival with food and drinks and lots of…well, boules!

It’s Porte Ouverte at the Cave Champ de Clos in Chexbres, where they’ll present their Millésime 2018.

The Festi’Jorat celebrates Lausanne’s forest to the north with activities for kids, including a story time.

Interested in learning CPR or other first aid skills? Consider taking this class offered by HealthFirst in St. Sulpice.

If you’re interested in screen-printing, head to the beginner’s course at La Sonnette.

Run 19.8KM in the Gruyere countryside.

Do you like to run and take care of the environment? Meet up in Mon Repos for a collective jog and help pick up trash along the way.

Family yoga and brunch.


Only good vibes required to attend the first ever Lausanne Funky Sunday event at the Esplanade de Montbenon–there will be food, drinks, music and it’s free entry.

Lausanne artists open their studios to the public all weekend long – follow the walking map to visit their workspaces, view their latest works, and meet with them in person.

Just in case you’ve been wanting to cycle around the entire lake, you can make the 176km journey during the Cyclotour du Léman.

If your kids are into the popular cartoon Masha et Michka, then you should grab tickets to this Sunday’s live show at the Theatre de Beaulieu.

Art & Brunch at the Fondation de l’Hermitage.

Outdoor family yoga session to introduce the basics to children – at Sauvabelin park.

Like strawberries? Head over to Riddes in Martigny for Fête de la Fraise 2019.

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