Concerts, nature outings, parties at Diben… Here are our ideas for weekend outings in the Pays de Morlaix – Les loisirs du Pays de Morlaix

  • 1 A desire for a concert?
  • Classical, pop-rock or text songs: music lovers will have a choice this weekend! Saturday January 15, at 5 p.m., at the Carantec church, the Carantec Culture association will invite spectators “on a journey” with a recital led by Delphine Haidan on vocals, Pierre Génisson on clarinet and David Bismuth on piano. On the program: Schubert, Schuman, Brahms…

    In Saint-Martin-des-Champs, the Roudour welcomes Yves Jamait, text singer. While waiting for the release of his new album, he offers an acoustic parenthesis. “It’s an opportunity for me to revisit old songs in their original outfits, and to offer one or two new ones”, explains the singer. The concert is scheduled for Saturday at 8:30 p.m.

    Finally, in Morlaix, still on Saturday, but at 9 p.m., Ty Coz ​​will resonate with the nostalgic pop-rock of Les Babouches.

    Yves Jamait on the stage of Bleu pluriel, in Trégueux, in November 2021. (Archives Le Télégramme)
  • 2 A desire for nature?
  • On Sunday, the weather looks nice. This can be an opportunity to take part in the ornithological outing organized by Bretagne Vivante on the Man shore, in Saint-Pol-de-Léon, from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Participants will be able to observe wintering birds in the bay of Morlaix: godwits, egrets, sandpipers, ducks, geese…

  • 3 A festive desire?
  • On the port of Diben, in Plougasnou, the Amicale Nautique de la Méloine is organizing festivities on Saturday to celebrate the New Year. From 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., visitors will be able to enjoy the entertainment and taste a soup offered by the volunteers. At 7 p.m., the Amicale will perform an ephemeral illumination of the port.

    An Ombrine will be brought from the Rolland shipyard hangar, where it is stored, to the port car park.
    An Ombrine will be brought from the Rolland shipyard hangar, where it is stored, to the port car park. (Archives The Telegram)
  • 4 A desire for exhibitions?
  • If you prefer exhibitions, a wide choice is offered to you! In Morlaix, Maison Penanault presents photographs by Patrick Merret. For several months, he photographed the bathers of the beach of Traon Erc’h, in Roscoff. About thirty works are visible.

    In a completely different style, the cartoonist Nono exhibits his travel watercolors and his drawings at the cultural center of Plounéour-Ménez. At L’Atelier, the Plouescat media library, visitors will be transported back to the 1920s thanks to Isabelle Courtade’s miniatures, made with cut and glued paper.

    The “Colle-portraits” exhibition by illustrator Isabelle Courtade (centre) plunges visitors into the world of the 1920s.
    The “Colle-portraits” exhibition by illustrator Isabelle Courtade (centre) immerses visitors in the world of the 1920s. (Archives Le Télégramme)

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