Several cultural activities will take place in the coming weeks in Walloon Brabant. Here is a small overview of the possibilities.
From September 17th to 19th. Friday: “Walloon aperitif” at the municipal park with DJs Daddy K and Jno & CP. Saturday and Sunday: flea market, craft market, food truck village. Sunday also: concerts on the station plateau. Complete program on the municipal site.
067 28 78 11, https ://www.rebecq.be/
From September 17th to 19th. Au Douaire, in the heart of the city, in the center. Concerts, markets, flea markets… Climbing wall in the Belfius car park.
010 43 60 20, www.fetesdewallonieolln.be/
The “Village scene” tour stops in Jodoigne
Storytelling, theater, music, fire show and other activities. the 2021 tour of “Scenes of villages”. Saturday, September 18, from 2 p.m., on the Grand-Place. Free. Registration essential.
The cycling festival in Grez-Doiceau
Sunday, September 19, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., in the center of Grez, day dedicated to soft mobility: various activities for all, workshops related to cycling, festive ride supervised by the Gracq, competition for the most beautiful bike, etc. . Free.
0471 98 31 19, www.otl-grez-doiceau.be/
Waterloo Viking Days
On September 18 and 19, the Ferme de Mont-Saint-Jean is transformed into a kingdom populated by warriors, strange creatures, ironworkers, potters, glassblowers, dancers, singers, jugglers … Viking market of ancient crafts (more than 70 artisans) . Presence of 12 Viking clans from different countries. Fights, parades, banquet, concerts… Admission: € 8.5; 4.5 € for children under 12. Online reservations.
Chaussée de Charleroi, 591.
Medieval village in Villers-la-Ville
These September 18 and 19, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the abbey. Discover and experience daily life, customs and traditions, the atmosphere and trades of a camp in the Middle Ages through various activities: demonstrations of archers and crossbowmen, sword fights, food and drink market. ‘Arts and crafts. Entrance: € 9; € 7 for students and over 60s; € 4 for 6-12 years old; Free for children 6 and under. With or without reservation (this is done on the site of the abbey). Rue de l’Abbaye, 55.
071 88 09 80, https ://villers.be/fr/village-medieval
Walk and ride
Marche Adeps in Malèves-Sainte-Marie
Sunday, September 19, from 8 am, departures from rue d’Orbais, 2. Course of 5, 10, 15 and 20 km. The 5 km course is accessible to strollers. Free.
Benjamin Heylen (0479 44 65 09), http://www.sport-adeps.be/index.php?id=5945
The little bubbles of Glabais
This Sunday, September 19, at 10 a.m., the Visitor’s Relay offers a walk to discover the Domaine de Glabais and its surroundings. Nathalie Demain, an experienced hiker and specialist in Walloon Brabant, will guide walkers on this little trip in the heart of nature. In addition to the walk, participants will have the opportunity to enter the heart of the vineyards with the opportunity to taste the sparkling wines produced at Domaine de Glabais.
Participation: 5 €. Rue des Couyettes.
Reservation: 067 77 23 43, [email protected], https: //relaisduvisiteur.be/visiter-le-pays-des-4-bras/
Rock against cancer in Louvain-la-Neuve
Fifth edition of the Rock against cancer, Friday September 17, from 6:45 p.m., at the Ferme du Biéreau. On the program: French rock with The French Fries, English pop-rock with The Kiltband and Belgian blues with Fred and the Healers (photo). In presale: 15 €. At the entrance: 20 €. The profits will go to the fight against cancer. Polyvalent Square.