The beginning of the year is not yet rich in events, but a few concerts, shows or exhibitions may occupy your weekend.
CERAMIC TRESORS.These Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 11 am to 6 pm, at the MUDO-Musée de l’Oise, an exceptional and unique collection to discover ” Collection of the MUDO-Musée de l’Oise from the 9th century to the present day “.Free admission.
NEW EXHIBITION.Saturday, 6 pm, at the Associative Gallery, 13, rue Gréber, opening of the exhibition “Abstraction”.Free admission.
SPECIAL RETRO SALE.Sunday, from 2 to 6 pm, at the Ateliers de la Bergerette, sale of clothes, toys and other vintage objects…L’Autre Berge, the 2nd recup’d shop of the Ateliers de la Bergette, will also be open, at 32, rue de Savignies as well as the Recycl’à Brac, at 8, rue de la Bergerette.
MUSEUM OF MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND TABLEWARE.These Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m., discover the exhibition entitled “20 years, a history of the future”.20 years after its creation, the Musée de la Nacre et de la Tabletterie looks back on two decades of projects, acquisitions and living heritage, an opportunity to retrace and write for the first time the history of the site and the birth of the museum.Price: 7 $ (adult), 3,50 $ (from 5 to 16 years old and students), free under 5 years old.For more information, call 03.44.22.61.74.or visit www.musee-nacre.com.
AUCTION SALE.Saturday, 2 p.m.at the Auction House, 18, rue des Cordeliers.It will be devoted in particular to paintings, jewellery, tableware and furniture of period and style.Public exhibitions this Friday until 6 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 12 pm.
ANTIQUE MARKET.Saturday, from 7 a.m.to 1 p.m., rue de l’Abbaye.
AT THE MUSTACHE THEATER.This Friday, “The parents are coming from March, the children…from Mc Do! at dad’s”.Saturday, “Petites et moyennes entourloupes”, a satirical satire on the relationships between employees and bosses, against a backdrop of reconstituted families, adulterers and beatings.See you at 9:00 p.m.for these two evenings.On Sunday, at 5:30 p.m., “L’Aristo du Coeur” tells the story of an absurd, zany evening full of settling scores and twists and turns.Price: 16 $ and 12 $ per performance.Information at 06.58.88.06.28.
EXHIBITIONS.This Friday, until 6 p.m., as well as Saturday (last day) from 2 to 6 p.m., Espace Saint-Pierre-des-Minimes, “English walk with Jane Austen”, by the literary painter Nathalie Novi.This Friday, until 4:30 pm (last access 4 pm), as well as Saturday and Sunday, from 10 am to 4:30 pm (last access 4 pm), entitled “Concept car, pure beauty”.It highlights exceptional prototypes.Price (including permanent collections): from $7.50 to $9.50.
SPECTACLE.Sunday, at 4 p.m., salle communale, “Crime à Cuise la Motte”.Theatrical reconstruction of a news item from 1897 that took place in the village: Who killed the tax collector Mr.Kopf in Crocq Wood on the eve of July 14? Using local archives and newspaper articles from the time, Linette Favreau, the Company’s author, romanticized a little and tried to reconstruct history for the theatre.From gossip to “pretty much” the quickly conducted investigation gives a suspect…But he shouts his innocence, so some inhabitants will conduct their own investigation…Information from the Troublions, tel.09.51.06.50.26.
EXPOSURE.Saturday, from 9 a.m.to 12 p.m., then from 2 p.m.to 4.30 p.m., Bibliothèque Communale Dionysienne, 19 bis, rue de la République, “Les formes dans la nature”.Nature has made an appointment and invites observation and creativity.Fundamental forms repeat themselves, imposed by the physical constraints of our three-dimensional environment.Colours, shapes and patterns, vegetable, mineral or animal curiosities, land-art and optical illusions…Become nature’s artists.
One woman show.Saturday, 8:30 p.m.at Le Tigre, “Le Syndrome du playmobil”, presented by Elodie Poux.Price: 33 $.Points of sale : Ticketmastert.fr, Fnacspectacles.com, Tourist Office of Compiègne and its Region, Cultura Compiègne, Auchan, Leclerc.
EXPOSURE.This Friday, until 6 pm, and Saturday, from 10 am to 5 pm, at the Jean-Moulin media library, “Peau d’Âne, le théâtre des ombres”, by Hélène Druvert who loves to draw but especially to cut.Charles Perrault’s famous tale is here sublimated by a delicate play of laser cuts and silvery reflections.
EXPOSURE.This Friday, until 4:45 p.m., as well as Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m.to 4:45 p.m., at the castle, “It was a forest.Immerse yourself in the magical and disturbing world of the forest and its myths in the heart of Pierrefonds Castle.Admission: $8, $6.50, free under 18 years old.Information at 03.44.42.72.72.
STORY TIME.Saturday, from 10 am to 11 am, Espace culturel, place Saint-Gobain.Tales, stories, games and other surprises will be on the program.Free, on reservation, tel.03.44.90.61.26.
LACE MUSEUM.Exhibition entitled “In black and white lace made to measure”, by the French Federation of Customised Lace Creation.Visible this Friday, until 6 pm, as well as Saturday and Sunday, from 2 pm to 6 pm.Presentation of 20 dresses and a men’s suit using the most beautiful French lace and the noblest materials: Chantilly lace, of course, but also guipure, Calais, frivolity, embroidery…treated in inlay, application and other cut-outs, letting their transparency play.Entrance: 5 $ and 3 $.Information at 03.44.67.37.37.
NATURE HIKE.Sunday, at 10 am, meet at the Les Eraines car park, rue de Pont-Sainte-Maxence.Not far from the marshes of Sacy and the forest of Halatte, a landscape of woods and undergrowth will be on the program.From the place du vllage, the roads and paths will lead participants into the Bois des Montilles and will reveal here a chapel, there a church with a Romanesque nave from the 11th century.Information: firstname.lastname@example.org, 06.14.93.88.04 and www.karuna-nature.com.
ART AND CRAFT ANTIQUE DEALERS FAIR.This Friday until 7 p.m., as well as Saturday from 10 a.m.to 7 p.m.and Sunday from 10 a.m.to 6.30 p.m.at the Town Hall.
NEW YEAR’S CONCERT.Sunday, at 5 p.m., at the grand théâtre de la Faïencerie, given by the Oise Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Thierry Pelicant, with the participation of the C4-CHAM choir from Creil.The Egyptian march of Johann Strauss Jr.will open the concert.Composed on the occasion of the inauguration of the Suez Canal in 1869, it introduces a programme that will take us on a musical world tour (USA, Berlin, Vienna, Italy, etc.).Single rate: 15 $.
EXPOSURE.This Friday, until 5 pm, as well as Saturday and Sunday, from 2 pm to 5 pm, the Gallé-Juillet Museum presents “Le service Japon”, a journey to the land of the rising sun.Rate: 3.50 $, free for under 18s.
MEET-AND-GREET.Saturday, at 3 p.m., at the municipal library, with Patricia Scharff, local author, for “La Petite Lorraine”.For teenagers and adults.Mandatory information and registration at the library.
ALL COLLECTIONS SCHOLARSHIP.Sunday, from 9 am to 6 pm, cultural space of the Château des Rochers, Charles-Aznavour rooms.Information at 06.89.60.26.34.¶
VISIT OF THE BOMBING MUSEUM.On Sunday, meet at 2 p.m.in the Economat district.During the guided tour, participants will be able to discover the incredible collection of Mr.Lequien, who has been passionate about military aviation since he witnessed the crash of a bomber as a child in 1943.Aircraft parts, remains, uniforms, everyday objects, posters and testimonials of Saint-Maximinois are highlighted to “not forget history” and to pay tribute to the victims of the bombings, especially the inhabitants of Saint-Maximin, a town that was 95% razed to the ground by Allied bombing in 1944.Tariff: 4 $ and 3.50 $ (payment on the spot).Tel.03.75.19.01.70.
MUSIC AND HERITAGE.Sunday, at 5 p.m., concert at the former Saint-Vincent Abbey, 30, rue de Meaux.On the program, american songs, gospel and spirituals, with Marie-Laure Garnier, soprano and Célia Oneto Bensaïd, pianist.Tariff: 15 $ and 5 $.Online ticketing at www.musiqueetpatrimoine.e-monsite.com, on sale at the tourist office and on site, subject to availability.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT.This Friday, at 8 p.m., at the Notre-Dame de Senlis Cathedral, with the children’s choir of the Notre-Dame du Sacré-Cœur school.On the program, sacred songs from the Middle Ages to the present day.Free admission.