Natasha Ehrmann, pictured, hosts the "Connecting" show in English on Radio 100,7
Photo: Romain Gamba/Maison Moderne
Delano journalist Natalie A. Gerhardstein joined Natasha Ehrmann on the "Connecting” programme on Friday 25 September.
The two first discussed recent developments in Luxembourg’s covid-19 situation, including Friday’s announcements by education minister Claude Meisch (DP) on schools, recent extension of sanitary measures and more targeted testing. They also discussed how the pandemic is impacting the local economy and covid-19 fatigue.
25-27 September: Race for the Cure invites teams to support breast cancer research through its digitial walk/run and by wearing pink over the weekend to show their commitment to the cause.
26 September: Lëtz Go Gold 2020 is a similar “connected” walk/run which supports Kriibskrank Kanner for children’s cancer research.
26-27 September: De Lokale Maart, hosted by Lët’z Go Local, is a place to shop for all things local and takes place at the Rotondes.
26 September-23 October: University of Luxembourg’s Temporary History Lab invites visitors to Esch-sur-Alzette to take selfies and be a part of an audiovisual, interactive experience on the history of Luxembourg’s Minett region.
27 September: The Sneakermess, taking place at Luxexpo’s The Box, is a place for enthusiasts and collectors alike to stock up on all sorts of sneakers for sport, urban wear and more.
28 September: British Luxembourg Society welcomes University of Luxembourg vice rector Catherine Léglu for a talk on the future of the Uni. Event held at British Ambassador’s residence with very limited places but it will be online as well.