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Welcome to the June 2017 issue of "What’s up in Paris" magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
Stay with us and thanks to "What’s up in Paris" you’ll discover a selection of must-see events held in June 2017!

Experience:
With the return of the fine weather, there's nothing better than enjoying the cool breeze during a stroll through Paris's parks. At the Parc Floral, celebrate the outstanding natural environment along with the launch of La Fête des Mares (the Pond Festival) on Saturday June 3, 2017. What can you see there? The creation of a "collaborative" street art fresco run by the artists Joris and Jonas, a conference on dragonflies, narrated tours of the park’s ponds and educational workshops for children.
The event, which is being organised by the Société Nationale de Protection de la Nature (SNPN - National society for the protection of nature) includes free admission with no advance registration required.
Further information: www.snpn.com
In much the same spirit, you can discover the new "Biodiversity Trail" at the Paris Zoological Park and experience the lives of wild animals as a family. Among the 12 possible experiences we should mention a "barefoot trail" in La Grande Clairière to physically enjoy the texture of the ground on which the park's animals walk.
Useful information… Night-time visits are organised every Thursday from June 1 to July 27.
Further information: www.parczoologiquedeparis.fr

See:
Montmartre… A film set? The Museum of Montmartre is organising a major exhibition in this now legendary district focusing in particular on the film industry. Discover the Moulin Rouge, Place Pigalle, Blanche and the Sacré-cœur… From the famous film "Amélie" to Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris", not forgetting older films such as "An American in Paris" with Gene Kelly or perhaps Marcel Carné’s "Les Enfants du Paradis", you’ll have an opportunity to relive the scenes which fascinated you so much on the big screen! During this exhibition, organised as something of a tribute, the Museum of Montmartre has included numerous film posters, photos, models, unpublished extracts, costumes and scripts.
Useful information: www.museedemontmartre.fr
Another exhibition, another setting… The Aquarium de Paris is presenting an exhibition on coral entitled "Corail, cœur de vie". After several consecutive coral bleaching events involving Australia's great barrier reef and the possibility that the reefs won't recover from them, we are also discovering that coral reefs are dying in the Caribbean… The Aquarium de Paris is keen to build public awareness of this issue while at the same time presenting no fewer than 79 coral species in their pools.
You can take your kids on this underwater adventure with total peace of mind. Youngsters will also have access to creative workshops and a performance by the Ocean Fairy.
Useful information: www.cineaqua.com

Hear:
The cultural season at the Institut des Cultures d'Islam (Institute of Islamic Culture) isn't entitled "Rock the Kasbah" for nothing… It's a fitting tribute to this famous song by the Clash. Recorded in 1982, at the time it referred to the ban on listening to rock music in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Bold and ultra-punk, above all this song conveys a humanist message, one of dialogue between different cultures. The Institut des Cultures d’Islam is injecting fresh dynamism into this theme through a major exhibition but also a series of concerts. Including Berber rock music, Algerian metal, Senegalese hip-hop, Palestinian rap and Sufi psalmodies, come along and discover all of these musical styles offering a genuine window onto the rest of the world!
Useful information: www.institut-culture-islam.org
A concert will be held at the Café de La Danse on Thursday, June 1, 2017 entitled "Un Voyage de Venise à Buenos Aires" (a journey from Venice to Buenos Aires). An unusual and exciting meeting between the Italian bel canto and the Argentinian tango. The event programme includes Rossini's La regata veneziana, an extract from Verdi’s La Traviata but also a variety of tangos.
To reserve: www.cafedeladanse.com

Do:
Roland-Garros is back from May 22 to June 11, 2017. Head for the Porte d'Auteuil to watch the matches between the world's greatest tennis players and much more too. Numerous events are planned… the Champions’ Trophy, the "Children of Roland-Garros" day, the "Wheelchair tennis" day or the "Roland-Garros riverboat tour"… There's something for every taste!
Information and reservations: www.rolandgarros.com.
To round off your evenings nicely, enjoy a stroll around the many Parisian terraces which have reopened for the summer season. These include those at the Buddha-Bar Hotel with its "Chic Jungle" theme, the Jardins du Marais, the Shanghri-La Hotel or the terrace guinguette (open air dance cafe) at La Javelle… Dozens of terraces are springing up around the capital as the sunny weather returns! You'll be spoilt for choice.
We hope you all have a great June!

We’ll be back on July 1st!


Video content: Welcome to the June 2017 issue of "What’s up in Paris" magazine.
This monthly magazine is packed with information about things to experience, see, hear and do in Paris!
Stay with us and thanks to "What’s up in Paris" you’ll discover a selection of must-see events held in June 2017!

Experience:
With the return of the fine weather, there's nothing better than enjoying the cool breeze during a stroll through Paris's parks. At the Parc Floral, celebrate the outstanding natural environment along with the launch of La Fête des Mares (the Pond Festival) on Saturday June 3, 2017. What can you see there? The creation of a "collaborative" street art fresco run by the artists Joris and Jonas, a conference on dragonflies, narrated tours of the park’s ponds and educational workshops for children.
The event, which is being organised by the Société Nationale de Protection de la Nature (SNPN - National society for the protection of nature) includes free admission with no advance registration required.
Further information: www.snpn.com
In much the same spirit, you can discover the new "Biodiversity Trail" at the Paris Zoological Park and experience the lives of wild animals as a family.
Among the 12 possible experiences we should mention a "barefoot trail" in La Grande Clairière to physically enjoy the texture of the ground on which the park's animals walk.
Useful information… Night-time visits are organised every Thursday from June 1 to July 27.
Further information: www.parczoologiquedeparis.fr

See:
Montmartre… A film set? The Museum of Montmartre is organising a major exhibition in this now legendary district focusing in particular on the film industry. Discover the Moulin Rouge, Place Pigalle, Blanche and the Sacré-cœur… From the famous film "Amélie" to Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris", not forgetting older films such as "An American in Paris" with Gene Kelly or perhaps Marcel Carné’s "Les Enfants du Paradis", you’ll have an opportunity to relive the scenes which fascinated you so much on the big screen! During this exhibition, organised as something of a tribute, the Museum of Montmartre has included numerous film posters, photos, models, unpublished extracts, costumes and scripts.
Useful information: www.museedemontmartre.fr
Another exhibition, another setting… The Aquarium de Paris is presenting an exhibition on coral entitled "Corail, cœur de vie". After several consecutive coral bleaching events involving Australia's great barrier reef and the possibility that the reefs won't recover from them, we are also discovering that coral reefs are dying in the Caribbean… The Aquarium de Paris is keen to build public awareness of this issue while at the same time presenting no fewer than 79 coral species in their pools.
You can take your kids on this underwater adventure with total peace of mind. Youngsters will also have access to creative workshops and a performance by the Ocean Fairy.
Useful information: www.cineaqua.com

Hear:
The cultural season at the Institut des Cultures d'Islam (Institute of Islamic Culture) isn't entitled "Rock the Kasbah" for nothing… It's a fitting tribute to this famous song by the Clash. Recorded in 1982, at the time it referred to the ban on listening to rock music in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Bold and ultra-punk, above all this song conveys a humanist message, one of dialogue between different cultures. The Institut des Cultures d’Islam is injecting fresh dynamism into this theme through a major exhibition but also a series of concerts. Including Berber rock music, Algerian metal, Senegalese hip-hop, Palestinian rap and Sufi psalmodies, come along and discover all of these musical styles offering a genuine window onto the rest of the world!
Useful information: www.institut-culture-islam.org
A concert will be held at the Café de La Danse on Thursday, June 1, 2017 entitled "Un Voyage de Venise à Buenos Aires" (a journey from Venice to Buenos Aires). An unusual and exciting meeting between the Italian bel canto and the Argentinian tango. The event programme includes Rossini's La regata veneziana, an extract from Verdi’s La Traviata but also a variety of tangos.
To reserve: www.cafedeladanse.com

Do:
Roland-Garros is back from May 22 to June 11, 2017. Head for the Porte d'Auteuil to watch the matches between the world's greatest tennis players and much more too. Numerous events are planned… the Champions’ Trophy, the "Children of Roland-Garros" day, the "Wheelchair tennis" day or the "Roland-Garros riverboat tour"… There's something for every taste!
Information and reservations: www.rolandgarros.com.
To round off your evenings nicely, enjoy a stroll around the many Parisian terraces which have reopened for the summer season. These include those at the Buddha-Bar Hotel with its "Chic Jungle" theme, the Jardins du Marais, the Shanghri-La Hotel or the terrace guinguette (open air dance cafe) at La Javelle… Dozens of terraces are springing up around the capital as the sunny weather returns! You'll be spoilt for choice.
We hope you all have a great June!

We’ll be back on July 1st!

Linked key words: Parc Floral, National Nature Conservation Society, Paris Zoological Park, Biodiversity, Montmartre Museum, Moulin Rouge, Paris Aquarium, Rock the Kasbah, Roland-Garros, Buddha-Bar Hotel, Jungle Chic, Café de La Danse

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