Friends of Maison de Levez et du Charolais are preparing the show, which will draw the attention of Ireland

Les Amis de la Maison de l’Élevage et du Charolais préparent le comice et mettront l

The general meeting of the Friends of Maison DL Elevation et du Charolais Association was chaired by Philip Rowlt.

In 2021, dedicated volunteers in alliance with Odil Tershoulos did their best to save lives at the museum and its surroundings during the reception.

Bassois Lower Morvan, a commune community, created a booklet focusing on the environmental impact of local school and college student visits, livestock raising, micro foliage, and France’s most beautiful museums. Participation in visuals, assistance in creating a booklet accessible to people with disabilities, and many other activities that help to provide a very decent balance sheet in the midst of complex situations.

A total of 749 people visited the museum or attended an event offered by the museum. 311 are over 60 and 666 are French.

A work area will be set up next to the cow and calf in the fair area

In 2022, a work used to keep animals on farms will be placed on the fairground next to the cow and her calf. In addition to the heritage interest, this small 16 m² shelter can also be used to provide communication about the museum.

In 2022, the biggest event will be the comics on August 5th, Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th. Ireland is the theme of the Rudi de la Mission. Ornamental flowers and clover in progress. Anyone with a good mind can contact Philip Rawlts.

Exhibition of fishing equipment and presentation of bark harvest

During the summer, Bernard Pelle, an Irish inventor, exhibits his collections at the museum. He will bring his trout or salmon fishing gear, but he will also present the peat harvest. Francois Knoll, the best collector, will display the minerals.

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But first, make your way around a burgundy fondue, on Friday, April 29, to enjoy the meeting in the multipurpose room.

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