It seems a long time already since we pledged to try dry, exercise more and avoid doomscrolling. Despite the best intentions, 2022 started on a challenging note, and many people didn’t make it through an alcohol-free week, let alone a full month of Omicron spread. Be gentle to yourself, and checkout our event suggestions for this last week (!!) of January.
- Meet the author of ‘Une journée à Lausanne’ (Ed. Favre) on Wednesday; a book of old and current photographs, with texts by writers, journalists, and citizens, to celebrate Lausanne, its architecture, neighborhoods, and art of living.
- To mark the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, The Olympic Museum has put together a program devoted to the history of the Winter Olympics (until February 3) and the current and future challenges the event faces.
- Creative Mornings Lausanne kicks off with the first guest speaker of the year on the theme Free. Meet freelance hand lettering artist Lama Tassabihji at The Hill on Friday morning.
- Explore the world of whisky and its pairing with cheese at Château de Lutry on Friday.
- Watch the award-winning National Geographic’s documentary ‘Torn‘ on Friday or Sunday at Pathé Flon – The son of legendary climber Alex Lowe explores how his father’s death in an avalanche shaped his own life.
- 16th Cross de Lausanne on Saturday – The first major sporting event of the season in Lausanne.