On the occasion of the Fête de la science, the Claude-Bernard Museum is organizing free activities without registration, according to a press release from the museum.
● Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 October, from 2 to 6 pm, Experience Bar. Move your mind. The Claude Bernard Museum invites you to experiment with science while having fun. The challenges and scientific presentations will allow young and old alike to understand some of the key scientific principles: density, capillaries, strength, oxidation… all ages.
● Friday, October 8 at 5 pm, Exhibition “Rocks and Lands of Saint Julian and Pictures of Local Plants”. 6 p.m. Conference “Explaining the Earth through its Geology: Plassey and Saint-Julien”, by Bruno Roussel. Saint-Julien and Blacé is distinguished by its characteristic limestones in ocher hues but also has more secret geological resources such as sandstones, sands, clays, ores, granites, crystals … The result is that these mineral riches adjoin an exceptionally long and complex geological history, which has led to the adaptation of the landscape and human occupation. for this land. Through this fascinating history, the country of Saint-Julien and Placé has become a veritable land of “Geopatrimony” who fully participate in its historical, social and cultural identity. Followed by a tasting of Saint Julian’s wine. grown ups.
Partners: Beaujolais Geopark, Saint-Julien Cultural Association, Saint-Julien Town Hall.
Health measures: Health pass from the age of 12, wearing a mask is mandatory, and physical distance to be respected, according to the press release.
414 Rue Musée 69640 Saint-Julien. Phone: 04 74 67 51 44
“Subtly charming problem solver. Extreme tv enthusiast. Web scholar. Evil beer expert. Music nerd. Food junkie.”