Singing, jazz, garden, sports… What’s happening in Haute-Vienne?

The SD Production association organizes its last two events in Limoges before moving to Rilhac-Rancon.

On Saturday 11 June from 8.30 pm in the Jean-Moulin auditorium, it offers a show in honor of two French legends, Claude François taken over by Christophe Debeaulieu and Johnny Hallyday taken over by Sébastien Laurent.

Entrance €12.

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SD Production will also be present on Sunday 12 June afternoon, still in Jean-Moulin, for his dancing tea organized annually by Pascal Terrible. The entrance is set at € 10,-. Reservations on

Garage sale

– The Landouge festival committee organizes its traditional garage sale on Sunday 12 June, place des Marronniers. Snacks and refreshments on site.

– The Acca (hunters) of Saint-Leger-la-Montagne organizes a garage sale on Sunday 12 June with an exhibition of old tractors. Bar and restaurant on site.


The association La Grange aux Moines in Ambazac (Le Coudier) organizes a jazz concert on Sunday 12 June at 5 pm, with Eric Luter (trumpet and vocals, son of the famous Claude Luter), Patrick Vanhée (sax, clarinet and flute), Nicolas Ferreira (double bass), Jacques Levy-Frebault (piano), Jean-Pierre Joffres (drums), in a concert christened Walk in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Prices: €17, €12 (members, students), free for children under 12. Reservations can be made here or by email at [email protected]


Saturday, June 11, from 2 pm to 5 pm, the Haute-Vienne department organizes a beach sports afternoon on the shores of Lake Saint-Pardoux. On the programme: beach handball, beach minton, beach rugby, beach tennis, beach volleyball, beach basketball… Two new beach sports fields have been built, one on the Santrop site, the second on the Chabannes site, which already had equipment of this type. Demonstrations and initiations are offered throughout the afternoon, supervised by players from the departmental sports committees.


The 6th Round of Legends, organized by the Guidon Bellachon, will take place on Sunday 12 June in Blond. It is a race in nature with a 5 km circuit (70 m altitude) open to all, a 12 km (310 m altitude) circuit for seasoned runners, a 20 km (530 m altitude) circuit for runners who are very experienced and a trail of 12 km. canicross. The departure will be staggered from 9.00 am from the Blond stadium.
The circuits mainly take dirt trails, lined by stone walls, with passages at legendary places such as the Cross of Seven Fayaux, Montjoie, etc. Four supply points are planned.
Registration is done online in advance.


Saturday 11 June, guided tour of the heritage of Châlus by bike with Isabelle, guide-teacher. If you don’t have your bike, you can rent one on site. The morning ends with a tasting of local products. Meet at the Châlus Tourist Office at 9.10am, for departure at 9.30am. From 14 years. Prices with electric bicycle rental: €20 per adult, €15 per child from 14 to 17 years. Prices without bike rental: €8 adult, €5 child from 14 to 17 years. Limited seating. Information:


The Grand Prix Limoges Classic (vintage cars), which was to take place this weekend, moved to September 10 and 11.


“Welcome to My Natural Garden” is a national event, proposed by the Network of Permanent Centers for Environmental Initiatives, that encourages amateur or professional gardeners to pass on their pesticide- or fertilizer-free gardening to their neighbors.

In Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat, visit the Tard garden, chemin du Tard, in Bernard Rouilhac and Evelyne Do Van, Saturday, June 11 at 11 am and 5 pm. This young garden under construction, partly terraced, is located in an urban environment, on a plot of communal gardens. The raised vegetable garden, developed over an area of ​​almost 1,000 m², is a place for observation and experiment. The tillage is completely manual and inspired by techniques and tools adapted to permaculture. Please note: park at the Place du Champ de Mars. Accessible to pedestrians from the square via rue du colonel Ledot, then via chemin du Tard. Contact person: