In Vierzone, Gingue is settling this Sunday in a new tourist area near the canal.

A year and a half ago, Vierzon left his building in Kwai du Basin to go on the Route de Tour of the Rhodes Operations Center. The building is now owned by the community of Communes Vierjan Solon Berry, who want to turn it into a true tourist destination.

Every Sunday, until August 28th

From this afternoon, Gingue du Canal will take up residence in its new setting with a real wooden floor. “You can come and dance every Sunday until August 28,” said Franোois Duman, president of the community. Admission to Gingue is free.

Not only will a bar be installed during Gingue but also, a catering service will be offered on Saturday evenings (French-Japanese meals) and Sunday lunches and evenings (family meals). Matteo Cordier, manager of Les Forges restaurant l’Ellipse, who will be in the kitchen.

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The new space covers 3,000 square meters. The cost for the municipal community is 78,000 euros. There will be more space for dancers, as the dance floor now covers 120 square meters, compared to 100 square meters below Bernham on the Berry Canal.

The only downside is that the dancers will not be able to see the canal directly, as it passes right by. “The reopening of the Canal de Berry (Arécabe) will be an exhibition lent by the association to the late Magali Turatier, director of communes community tourism and congressional services. As a result, we will still have a view of the water. Also, we have a great view of Notre Dame Church. A

“This project will allow us to discover the heritage. A

Whatever it is, Gingue is just a stage. In the words of Franসois Duman, the community of the municipality plans to make the place “a real place of life.” The community is currently working on a bike loop from the Berry Canal to Grasse and to the Nuevi-sur-Barrenjan. “This project will allow us to discover the heritage. This new tourist area will also be occupied by the Vierzone Tourist Office, which will relocate there on Sundays in July and August (from 1:30 pm to 6 pm). The office will be open in the city center on Sunday morning.

For now, only Gingue and the tourist office will occupy the new place. But that should change. In addition, the Association for the Reopening of Berry Canal had the privilege of previewing the site for the Biefs en écluses event last Saturday and Sunday. “It’s great, and it’s a lot more beautiful than Barnam,” said Andre Barre, president of Arecabe.

Practice. Canal Guinguette. Musical instruments for entertainment and refreshments. Every Sunday, from 3pm to 6pm, until 28th August, in the Vierzone, Kwai du Basin. Saturday catering, 7pm to midnight; Sundays, 11am to 3pm and 7pm to midnight.

Orchestra

Sunday of June.? 12: Sebastian Lecaine. 19: Pascal-Thomas. 26: Isoline Titricht. Sunday in July.? 13: Henry Ortiz. 10: Pascal-Thomas. 17: Isoline Trichot. 24: Laurent Berrower. 31: Copter Muset. Sunday of August. 7: Michelle Passket. 14: Muset Sunday. 21: Henry Ortiz. 28: Pascal-Thomas.

Benoit Morin
benoit.morin@centrefrance.com

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