Le week-end médiéval
Noves - Historical reconstruction - In June - Dates and program to be confirmed - Free
Vendredi 8 Juin
20h : Ouverture de la taverne médiévale.
21h30 : Cinéma en plein air, "Le retour de Martin Guerre", entrée gratuite.
Samedi 9 Juin
11h : Ouverture et inauguration du festival.
12h : Hypocras offert par les compagnies.
16h : Spectacle "Croisade".
16h30 : Catapulte à bonbons.
16h45 : Tirage au sort du jeu de piste.
17h : Bal populaire organisé par les enfants des écoles et leurs enseignants.
20h30 : "Le banquet médiéval"
Dimanche 10 Juin
10h : Ouverture du marché
11h30 : Parade en costumes: place Jean Jaurès, bd de la République, place de l'Eglise, rue Jean Moulin et retour par la rue de Portalet.
16h : Spectacle "Croisade".
17h30 : Catapulte à bonbons
18h : Tirage au sort du jeu de piste
No admission charge
- Accessible for disabled
- Public car park, Coach park
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
OrganiserAssociation du patrimoine Novais
Place Jean Jaurès
Hôtel de Ville
Esplanade du château
Rue Marc Mielly
- 04 90 24 80 18
Where to stay
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Things to do
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Where to eat
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