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Sunday, March 8, 2020

Mi-Carême (mid-Lent) festival in Catus

The Mi-Carême is a tradition that goes back to medieval times and is widely celebrated in many parts of France, with the participants dressed in a variety of festive costumes.

On Saturday the local school organised the Mi-Carême festival in Catus. Residents of the village and surrounding areas were dressed in colourful costumes and paraded around the village accompanied by lively music and dancing to celebrate mid-Lent, the half-way mark of abstinence before Easter.

Parading in colourful costumes and music

Parading down the main boulevard in Catus


Passing the war monument at the end of the boulevard