Adventure, Buddhism, music, environment, teenagers… What’s going on in Haute-Vienne?


The Center for Buddhist Studies and Meditation of Limoges is organizing a conference on Friday 18 November from 8.30pm to 10.00pm, Salle Jean-Pierre-Timbaud de Limoges (behind the town hall), on the theme “Our emotions: how to make them a strong point? », with Lama Rinchen Targyé, of the Tibetan Buddhist lineage whose European headquarters are at the Dhagpo Kagyu Ling center in Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère (Dordogne). Prices: €8, students €4. Contact:


Limoges Métropole is organizing a public consultation from 15 November to 15 January around its development and mobility project, which should include a new multimodal exchange hub (PEM) in the Beaublanc-Coubertin sector.

This PEM is a place of articulation between different modes of travel, such as walking, two-wheelers, public transport, train, taxi and private car. It allows users to choose one or more travel modes, to facilitate connections, both for local connections and for national travel, offering services adapted to the needs of all users. The Limoges Métropole network comprises six interchange hubs, three of which are in service (Fougeras, La Bastide, Saint-Lazare) and three to come (Les Casseaux, Val de l’Aurence, Beaublanc-Coubertin).

The consultation file will be made available to the public at the Limoges Métropole office, in the town halls of Limoges and Couzeix, and can be downloaded here. The public will be able to express their opinion, by email (, in the town halls of Limoges and Couzeix, by post: Limoges Métropole – Department of Transport and Travel, 19 rue Bernard -Palissy, 87031 Limoges metropolis cedex.


The French-Russian friendship association of Limoges Droujba is organizing on Saturday November 19 at 3pm, at the Espace associatif at 40, rue Charles-Silvestre in Limoges, documentary screening Kayaking on the Volgain the presence of director Adrien Clémenceau.

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Born in 1988, this adventurer travels the rivers and rivers of France aboard his kayak. He recently descended the Volga in Russia, for almost three months, from the Valdai plateau to the Caspian Sea, passing through some important sites (Tver, Yaroslavl, Samara, Saratov, Volgograd, Astrakhan), and making great encounters (fishermen, peasants , local residents). He made a book out of it that he will autograph, In the arms of the Volga (€10.90). FREE ENTRANCE.

Polar and music

As part of the investigative month organized in Condat-sur-Vienne, Franck Linol and Joël Nivard will perform on Saturday 19 November at 7 pm at Espace Confluences in Condat with their Buena Vista Polar Club. A 1h20 show where the story of their riddles is interspersed with songs and music. The theme revolves around wine and cooking in the crime novel. The performance ends with a meeting with the authors, an autograph session and a friendship drink. Admission: €5, free for children under 12. Info and reservations at

Charity concert

The Lions Club Saint-Martial is offering a musical evening on Thursday 17 November at 8.30 pm, at the Rok, 16 avenue du president Vincent-Auriol in Panazol. For the first time a symphony orchestra will perform in this hall. In this case Enigma, an ensemble directed by Jean-Pierre Raillat, with a varied program, ranging from film music to instrumental pieces of classics and variety. This charity concert is offered for the benefit of the Polysson association which helps early childhood with physical or mental disabilities through musical rehabilitation treatment.

Admission €12, free for children under 12.


The La Croche Chœur choir will meet the Limousin Musical Club of Limoges in concert on Sunday 20 November at 4 pm in the Saint-Auvent church. Free entry.


As part of the exhibitions, the parish of Saint-Amand organizes a conference “Adolescence: what to do to avoid the installation of addictions? », Wednesday 16 November at 7 pm, at the Palais des sports (Amédée-Burbaud room) in Saint-Junien. It will be led by Prof. Philippe Nubukpo, head of the university drug addiction center in Limousin and Prof. Bertrand Olliac, head of the university center of child-adolescent-perinatal psychiatry at CHS Esquirol.


On the occasion of the European Week for Waste Reduction, Limoges Métropole and its partner associations offer various actions to the inhabitants of the area.

On Saturday 19 November, from 9:00 to 13:00, the “Zero Waste Village” will take place in Champ-de-Juillet with many information and entertainment stands to act and move towards “Zero Waste”. Visitors will be able to learn how to compost their own organic waste (two 45-minute training sessions on composting will be organized at 9.30 and 11.00 upon registration at, shred green waste, repair damaged bicycles or household appliances with associations Les Petits débrouillards and Véli Vélo, fight against waste in collaboration with the Banco Alimentare, consume responsibly with the presentation of the various economic aids offered, play a Zero Waste quiz with prizes up for grabs. Without forgetting the clothes barter stand with the L’Accorderie association, the “local initiatives” stand with Co’lec and Répar’acteurs to give a second life to their household appliances and the “Zero Waste” stand with the association Zero Waste.

Visitors must have ID and proof of residency.


The Association of Friends of the Limoges Museum of Fine Arts is organizing Wednesday November 16 at 7 pm, Espace Simone-Veil, a conference on the subject Albert Edelfelt – Lights of Finland, by Anne-Charlotte Cathelineau, curator of the Edelfelt exhibition at the Petit Palais in Paris. Albert Edelfelt, painter (1854-1905), was the first Finnish artist to integrate French public collections. In the late 1880s he became famous thanks to his masterful portrait of Louis Pasteur, which portrays the scientist in his laboratory in the rue d’Ulm.
Members, €6; non-members, €10; students and unemployed, €2. Contact:


As part of the month of Doc, the Arévi cinema in Saint-yrieix-la-Perche presents four documentary films with animation:
– Tuesday 15 November, 8.30 pm, It’s good enough to be crazy, film directed by Antoine Page, in the presence of the director for a discussion after the screening. In collaboration with the Aredienne Jean-Baptiste-Darnet school complex.
– Tuesday 22 November, 8.30 pm, Beings in transition, the living question us, film directed by François Stuck, in the presence of the director for a discussion after the screening. In collaboration with the media Les Humanités.
– Saturday 26 November, at 6 pm, And I love fury, a film directed by André Bonzel. Before the screening, a presentation will be curated by the Cinémathèque de Nouvelle-Aquitaine with the distribution of an extract from an archive montage, produced during a workshop in October.
– Tuesday 29 November, at 20:00, A land without bees?, a film directed by Nicolas Dupuis and Elsa Putelat. After the session there will be a meeting-debate with Guillaume Antenor, beekeeper. In collaboration with the Food Festival and the agricultural professional school Arédien André Guillaumin (La Faye).
Usual rates.


It is organized by AULEPE (University Limousine Association for the study and protection of the environment). Wednesday 16 November at 6.15 pm, in the Joliet amphitheater of the Limoges Faculty of Sciences, a conference on the joint management plan for the Dauges nature reserve (87). It will be led by Véronique Lucain and Philippe Durepaire, from the Conservatory of Natural Areas of New Aquitaine. FREE ENTRANCE.

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