What's on in the Aude?

Do you live in the Aude?

Are you planning to buy a house here?  Or do you already have a vacation home here?

Wouldn’t it be nice to find out about things before they happen?  I always seem to find out afterwards and then think "hmmm, I would have enjoyed that."

Introducing Audecentric!

Help is at hand.  Audecentric is a new blog designed to let you know what’s going on in the Aude.

Finally, information about activities and events in the Aude in one place

I hope. It’s not something I can do on my own, I really need help gathering and entering the information.  It’s not hard, blogging is surprisingly easy. 

Here’s how you can help.

  • Are you involved in some kind of activity or club in the Aude?  Maybe you direct a choir.  Become an editor or contributor and enter dates of concerts and performances of your choir and of other choirs. Write an entry telling people how they can join your choir.  Or sports club, or bridge club, or reading group, or cycling club, or self-help group, whatever it is, we’d like to know about it.
  • Tell us when your village fete is, or when your village is having a vide grenier, or any festival.
  • Spread the word.  Use the e-mail this link at the end of the post to send it on to your friends.
  • Head on over to Audecentric and post a comment, tell us something that’s about to happen.  Call me at 0468 24 02 94 or e-mail me if you’d like to be involved.  It really won’t take a lot of time. 

And …

Does anyone know anyone who teaches belly dancing?  To out of shape middle-aged women?  Somewhere not too far from Montlaur or Lagrasse?  I’d love to learn.  Anyone else interested?

About Sam

Sam started Aude France as a companion site to her real estate site Aude France Property so that she could have a place to write about life in the Aude.

Now that she’s in Canada she writes about things that can affect owners and buyers in the Aude – or anything that strikes her fancy.

On Pinterest you can find her by searching for Sam Mooney or clicking this link

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