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Ophthalmology, entertainment, cats… What’s going on in Haute-Vienne?

The Haut-Viennese association M’Akako regularly organizes ophthalmological campaigns with donations of glasses to disadvantaged populations in Burkina Faso, with its partners. It is relaunching a donation campaign for this purpose on the Internet. M’Akako being recognized as being of general interest, the amount of the tax reduction is 66% of the amount of your donation.


Maeva Bigourie, author of Reborn after Incest – Surviving Stolen Childhoodwill give a lecture on this subject Friday, October 14 at 6:30 p.m. at Espace Simone Veil in Limoges. She will explain her journey, how to survive incest and give the keys to detect criminal behavior. This meeting is sponsored by Lire à Limoges and organized by the Anecdotes bookstore.


Friday, October 14 at 8:30 p.m., the Arédien cultural center Jean-Pierre Fabrègue welcomes the Opopop company and its show Of the necessity of gravity. A somewhat clumsy juggler lives in a small, almost sanitized ecological house. This bubble takes him away from climatic realities by adapting and living carefree.

For this fourth creation, Karen Bourre and Julien Lanaud express the climate issue with lightness and humor in order to bring the public together on a current event. From 5 years old, reservations required at Prices: between €4.50 and €13.


The Théâtre de l’Ecale will perform Wednesday, October 12 at 8 p.m. at the Salle Pennevayre in Verneuil-sur-Vienne the play Tales to sleep tall, composed of five parts from texts by three authors, Charles Cros, Georges Courteline and Jean Claude Desport. An actor liaises between each party. Three of these texts are inspired by real events that took place in Haute Vienne.

Approximate duration: 1 hour 40 minutes. Full price: 5 euros. Payment on site the evening of the performance. Information and reservations at the media library or at

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The association SOS Chats errants 87 is organizing an exhibition from October 11 to 16 at the Pavillon du Verdurier in Limoges, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The works are gifts from semi-professional or amateur professional artists and are for sale for the benefit of the association, recognized as being of general interest and which sterilizes and treats stray cats and offers them for adoption.


Wednesday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m. the Occitan bookstore, 42 rue Haute-Vienne in Limoges, receives Gérard Gonfroy for his work on the Limousin troubadours. He will present it and dedicate it. FREE ENTRANCE.


With the support of Récréasciences and the Ligue des droits de l’Homme 87, Wednesday October 12 at 8:15 p.m., on the occasion of the science festival, the Rex cinema in Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat will screen the documentary The factory of pandemics, taken from the eponymous book by investigative journalist Marie-Monique Robin. After the session, Professor Sophie Alain, from the University Hospital of Limoges, will be able to deepen the subject and answer your questions, over a drink and toast offered at L’Escalier. Limited places, reservations recommended. Contact: The Staircase,


The Actors of Digital Inclusion Network organizes a webinar Thursday, October 13 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the theme “Tools and resources to support professional integration”. Registrations here.


The Dutch brand Action is organizing a recruitment session on Saturday October 15 to strengthen its teams in several stores in New Aquitaine. 80 new employees at different job levels will be recruited. Nine positions are to be filled in Haute-Vienne; Candidates will be able to drop off their CV in one of the stores concerned, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Couzeix, 17 rue de Buxerolles; Le Vigen, La Tour II; Saint-Junien, Les Martines shopping area; Limoges, 52 alley of La Cornude.




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