Monday, July 29th
All week long from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm Exhibition “La Savoie à travers ses costumes”
Traditional costumes are in a way the identity card of a village, a valley. Following the abolition of privileges after the revolution, the “people” were allowed to embellish their clothes. The daytime or festive costume will become part of daily life and remains a witness to the villagers’ attachment to their traditions. The exhibition presents about twenty costumes from Beaufortain, Tarentaise and Maurienne worn between the 19th and 20th centuries.
Come and meet Jean-Charles at the exhibition site to share the wonderful stories of the costumes of Savoie.
1st floor of the nursery school – All public – Free
9:00 am: Family hike (child from 8 years old) Le Tour du Barrage Plan d’Amont
With a mountain guide and in partnership with the Vanoise National Park. A family hike, to discover the different wonders of the mountain (landscape, fauna, flora……) and share some good moments of conviviality.
Height difference: + 300m / – 300m. Walking time: 5 hours – Car to the roadblocks. Possible carpooling – Limited to 30 participants – All public – Free – Picnic provision. Meet at the Maison d’Aussois for the departure.
16h00-18h00 Discovery of traditional objects
With Pierre Giordano. On the village square – All public – Free
14h00-17h00 Oé La grande lye
Create a giant fresco – draw me nature.
Open to people with disabilities. On the village square – All public – Free of charge (If bad weather, go to the salle des fêtes)
20h45 The effects of climate change
Conference with Christophe CHAIX, geographer-climatologist, head of the Savoyard Observatory on Climate Change, expert on climate change in mountains and adaptation measures at the Alpine Agency of the Territories.
The effects of climate change on the Alps are ongoing: glaciers, snow, water, biodiversity, natural hazards, human activities, all these entities of the territory are now evolving at the rate of warming temperatures. What are the concrete manifestations of this on the ground? What transformations await the Alps in the near and distant future, and what can be done to make societies adapt?
Christophe Chaix, proposes to share and discuss with you the latest results of alpine research and studies in order to try to answer all these questions.
Salle des fêtes – All public – Free of charge