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Europe Festival

Europe Festival

From May 3 to 31, over 50 free events, educational and entertaining activities, exhibitions, urban arts, conferences and concerts will punctuate this 10th edition of the Europe Festival

Below, you'll find the highlights of this festive month, as well as events organized by your favorite student associations! You can also find the full program by clicking here.

May 4 and 5: Inaugural Weekend

The inaugural weekend will take place at the newly reopened Lieu d'Europe, which is also celebrating its 10th anniversary. Discover this place dedicated to information and education about European citizenship, located in the heart of the European quarter, in the green setting of the Villa du Kayserguet. The two-day program includes concerts, artistic performances, flamenco, quizzes, workshops and much more!

May 9 from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m.: European Fair

Join us at Place du Château for Europe Day. A large European fair awaits the public for an afternoon in the presence of associations and various partners mobilized to help you discover a wide range of activities, as well as festivities with concerts and brass bands.

May 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. and Wednesday, May 15 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.: Climate walk in the European district

How will tomorrow's cities adapt to heat? The Agence du Climat invites you to take part in a climate walk to learn more about the challenges of overheating in urban environments! 

Leaving from Lieu d'Europe. Click here to register.

May 18 from 4 to 10 p.m.: Bilingualism Festival

Visit Place Gutenberg to meet a number of associations dedicated to bilingualism, and enjoy culinary specialities from local food trucks. On the program: guided tours in Alsatian of Strasbourg's historic center, multilingual show (French, German and Alsatian) for children, treasure hunt, welcome to the Sprochrenner runners and folk dance evening. 

Wednesday, May 29: Mobility Village

The Erasmus Student Network is organizing a mobility village to inform you about the thousand ways to study abroad. Come and talk to us about university mobility, cross-border mobility, green mobility... and share a convivial moment animated by intercultural games and enriching discussions.

  • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.: village in front of the law faculty
  • from 5pm: round-table discussion in the Studium's in Quartro room 

Every Friday in May: Erasmuspod

Through five episodes broadcast throughout the month of May, Erasmus Student Network Strasbourg, in partnership with Les Défricheurs, invites you to discover everything you need to know before going abroad! Listen to them on Spotifiy, Deezer, Soundcloud and Ausha.
Find out more on their Instagram page @esn.strasbourg.

Wednesday, May 29 from 1:30 p.m.: F'echt walk Edition 2

The F'echt is the first "truly" eco-responsible and festive cross-border walk! Octop'us and the Kaleidoscoop team will be on hand to clean up the Port du Rhin district of the garbage that clogs it up, and help preserve our aquatic ecosystems. The sea starts here!  
Start: Kaleidoscoop, 5 rue de la Coopérative 

To find out more, visit our Instagram page to find out how the collected plastic waste will be given a second life! 

And much, much more...

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