STRASBURGO: E' morto in ospedale Antonio Megalizzi, il giornalista trentino di 29 anni, troppo gravi le ferite riportate. ** ** SAGRON MIS: Denunciato un imprenditore del legno di un'azienda bellunese per la morte del moldavo, Vitali Mardari di 28 anni. ** ** BASELGA DI PINE': Nuova Giunta provinciale in un paese colpito dal maltempo. Fugatti annuncia la redistribuzione degli incarichi fra i dirigenti provinciali. Per trovare quello alla salute, sarà aperto un apposito bando. ** ** BASELGA DI PINE': Il sindaco un'ora a colloquio con Raffaele DeCol per organizzare il recupero del legname dopo il maltempo. Colpiti molti boschi privati, obiettivo finire prima di giugno, quando arrivano i turisti. ** ** VILLAMONTAGNA: Dopo la rissa in un bar, la Giunta provinciale decide di siglare un "patto di correttezza" con chi usufruisce di alloggi o contributi pubblici. ** ** TRENTO: Presentata la nuova edizione di Guida Casa. Dallo scorso gennaio fino ad agosto, rispetto allo stesso periodo del 2017 le vendite di case sono aumentate del 19%. ** ** TRENTO: Recuerata dai carabinieri una statua lignea del 1500 trafugata dalla chiesa di Mezzadura nel 1984. Il manufatto è stato restituito all'arcidiocesi.

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MARK IT 15-16 DEC

The calendar of the events of the following days in Trentino is inevitably marked by the approaching Christmas. On Saturday the 15th of December, Trento’s city centre will be invaded by hundreds of Santas who will engage in the third edition of the Christmas run. It is a 4.5 km non competitive race open to both children and adults, as long as they are all dressed as Santas. One can register for the race at the ex Prealpina hedquarters, where the caps and the red and white costumes are also available. The race will kick off and also finish in Santa Maggiore square, where a conclusive reception with Christmas desserts will also be held. For those still gift-hunting, there are more than 20 Christmas markets in the towns and villages of Trentino. This weekend, the market at the Habsburg park in Levico will be especially enchanting: on Saturday, at 9 30 pm, there will be a firework show, while on Sunday there will be a polenta party. Let’s move to Rovereto, where on Saturday at 7 pm at the Mart museum square, the trapper DrefGold will perform. A quite different kind of music in Rovereto on the following day, as the opera singer Katia Ricciarelli will perform at the Zandonai theatre with other pop musicians. The event starts at 8 30 PM. Let’s stay in Rovereto for a music and dance classic. On Wednesday the 19th and on Thursday the 20th at the Zandonai theatre, the Corrado Abbati company will stage the Blue Danube. Completed 150 years ago by Johann Strauss, the Blue Danube is more than a simple waltz; it is a symbol of an era which is still alive today and keeps spreading a festive mood. Speaking of classics, on Sunday in Trento the Sala Sosat will be the wonderful setting for the enactment of Dickens’ masterpiece “A Christmas Carol”. The music is written by Nicola Segatta and performed by La Piccola Orchestra Lumiere, while the main actor is Marco Alotto. And let’s conclude with a special event for the little ones. On Saturday the 15th of December, at 5 30 PM, at the Filarmonica theatre, the Minipolifonici group will perform the Kindersinfonie, also called “Toys symphony”, written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s father, Leopold. The first part of the concert is dedicated to musical toys: the young spectators are asked to bring their own toys, making them part of the show, like the rest of the performers.

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CHRISTMAST MARKETS IN TRENTINO

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CHRISTMAS IN TRENTINO, PRESEPI

CHRISTMAS IN TRENTINO, PRESEPI

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MARK IT 8-9 DEC

MARK IT 8-9 DECLet’s take a look at the events for the weekend in Trentino. Christmas is drawing near and during this episode dedicated to all the upcoming events in Trentino we couldn’t start but with one of the symbols of this period. We’re talking about the nativity scene. The Italian word “presepe” comes from a latin term which means trough or enclosure. The display of nativity scenes took off during Medieval times, when faith had to be conveyed through images, given the fact that most of the population was illiterate. One of the first known nativity scenes to ever be realized is that by the Saint Francesco D’Assisi. The tradition has carried through to our times and has become a symbol not only of religiosity but also of creativity and artisanal passion. And passion is indeed the fil rouge of the many nativity scene expositions in Trentino. Let us remind you some of them. One of the best known ones is that of Tesero, in the Valle di Fiemme, where the capable hands of artisans have created statues which have travelled the world and have reached even San Pietro square in Rome. This year’s novelty is the return of the historical “Grande Presepio” in Cesare Battisti square. Moving on to the Valle di Sole, the little town of Ossana during this time of the year has more nativity scenes than inhabitants: there are more than a thousand of them among the streets and at the fascinating castle. The exposition held in the town of Miola di Pinè up to the 6th of January is also an invitation to explore the nativity scenes at the courtyards and on the streets. Our short journey ends in Riva del Garda, where at the ex Roma cinema, in the Dante avenue, one can admire the famous nativity scenes built following an ancient Neapolitan tradition. Christmas also means music and during these days there’s something for all tastes or, even better, for all ears. The most eagerly awaited appointment of Rovereto’s Christmas is the Immaculate Conception concert, which this year sees the singer-songwriter and violinist Angelo Branduardi as the main act. The event will be held on Saturday the 8th of December at 9 pm at the Mart museum’s central square. Gospel music lovers will instead be carried away by one of the world’s most charming personalities of the music of the soul: straight from Cleveland, pastor Ron Hubbard will perform at Riva Del Garda’s Palacongressi on Sunday at 9 PM. Sunday at 5 PM, those who prefer organ music can attend the performance of the musician Stefano Rattini at the Santa Maria del Suffragio church. And lastly Christmas means time for gifts: those who want to go on a hunt can not only check out the Christmas markets but also Saint Lucia’s traditional fair, whose 400 stalls will invade Trento’s city center both Saturday and Sunday. The city can also be seen from a brand new point of view by having a ride on the Ferris wheel in Dante square, one of the tallest in Italy.

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MARK IT 1-2 DEC

Let’s take a look at the events for the weekend in Trentino. Let’s start with the Krampus. According to the legend, these terrifying goat-men were demons which were defeated by Saint Nicholaus, which then turned them into his servants. With their raggedy clothes and threatening masks they star in many legends of the German area, but on Saturday they will approach Trentino. In Predazzo, in the Fiemme valley, three hundred Krampus will invade the village with their cracking whips and fireworks, among thundering hooves and the ringing of bells. The parade will start at 6 PM, while at 8 PM the survivors will have the chance to cast off their fear by attending a party with music and DJs at the Sporting center. Another event that promises to be memorable is Biondo’s hip hop concert, one of the most eagerly awaited appointments of the Christmas Festival. It kicks off at 9 PM at the central square of the Mart museum. The more traditional ones can take a stroll among the stalls of the many Christmas markets, while shopping artisanal goods and sipping vin brulè. There are more than twenty in Trentino, the biggest being the ones in Trento, Rovereto, Arco and Pergine. But take our advice: go visit also those in Rango and Ala and you will discover some picturesque villages. Alongside the Christmas market, the village of Ossana, in the Valle di Sole, hosts almost a thousand nativity scenes, which range from the smaller ones built by families in their courtyards to the ones built by artists, beautifully displayed inside a traditional castle. Anyways, there is more than Christmas. On Saturday morning, Trento’s Teatro Sociale theatre hosts TEDX, the kermesse that since 2013 brings projects, emotions and ideas on its stage. Each guest will have only 18 minutes to go through their presentation. On Saturday at 4 pm dance enthusiasts can attend the “Beauty and the beast” show by Saint Petersburg’s ballet company. And now some events for the little ones: on Saturday and Sunday at the Muse, Trento’s science museum, Santa could be wandering among dinosaur skeletons and science-related games. Little Thumbling instead, will be the star of the show at Trento’s S.
Marco theatre, which will take place on Sunday at 3.30 and 5.30 PM. This Saturday, those who feel more like the little dragon Grisù instead can find the firemen’s vehicles in Duomo square. In view of the celebration of Saint Barbara, patron of firemen, the city will welcome firefighters. The 4 PM parade will be followed by an official ceremony at 5 PM. It will be the perfect occasion to thank the firemen for their great struggle during the weather emergency that at the end of October has put Trentino to the test. Finally we remind you that this Saturday, the 1st of December, the “Giornata Euregio della mobilità” is back. Children, families and retired seniors will have the possibility to travel for free from Borghetto to Kufstein by train or bus. The initiative is open to all those who possess a local personal pass or the Euregio Family Pass and will give them the chance to travel across the territories of Trentino, Alto Adige and Tyrol.

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MARK IT! 17-18 NOV

A little more than one month until Christmas, but in Trentino one can already feel its cinnamon-scented, sugar-flavored, red-tinted atmosphere. We’ll tell you more about it during our next episode because the main Christmas market will be opening on the 24th of November. However, those who are already eager to take a stroll among the Christmas stalls can do it during this weekend. Pergine will host the Canòpi Christmas market, a name which brings us back to the 1400s, when German miners arrived in the nearby Valle dei Mòcheni to extract precious metals. During that time many legends were born, the protagonists of which can be rediscovered among the artisans’ stalls. Those who would rather visit a place close to the Garda lake should head to Arco’s Christmas market. It is the right occasion to discover a different side of the little town, mostly famous during the summer period for outdoors sports and rock climbing. A yet more intimate atmosphere awaits you in the little village of Rango, ranked among the most beautiful villages of Italy. A rather special Christmas market is going to be inaugurated here on Sunday at 2.30 PM. It won’t consist in wooden stalls but will take place in the “avvolti”, the courtyards or cellars of the village’s houses, which are transformed into fascinating shop windows of artisanal works or Christmas delicacies. Will snow too come soon to complete the picture? Metereology enthusiasts can find out some useful information at the fourth festival dedicated to such science, which is taking place in Rovereto up to Sunday. Meetings, workshops as well as shows are scheduled to let us understand how meterology has increasingly become vital part of our lives. However, a master degree on environmental meterology has only been launched this year in Italy and precisely at the university of Trento. And if the weather makes you moody, you should certainly laugh about it. If you’re familiar with the Italian language, we advise that you watch Andrea Pucci’s cabaret show, which is going to be on at Palalevico indoor arena in Levico Terme. The show’s title is “In…tolleranza zero”. There is no language barrier if we instead talk about the universal language of music. To the little ones we suggest “Lo Schiaccianoci” show on Saturday at 5.30 pm, at the Sala Filarmonica concert hall in Trento.
Adults instead can enjoy “Trento Musicantica” concert, a journey through laudas and Gregorian chants, scheduled on Saturday, at 9 pm, at the beautiful S.
Lorenzo Abbey. On Sunday, instead, Trento will host a singular marathon: running shoes won’t be necessary, though a training for the ears will. The choir federation of Trentino, indeed, will celebrate its 55th birthday with a series of concerts in various places in town. From 3.30 to 5.30 PM several choirs from all over our province are going to perform at Sala Filarmonica concert hall, Fondazione Caritro hall and S. Pietro and Paolo Church.

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MARK IT 10-11 NOV

MARK IT 10-11 NOVThe first event of the following days you should mark on your calendar looks beyond Trentino. We’re talking about the Merano Wine Festival which is being held in the South Tyrolean little town up to the 13th of November. Three-hundred and forty five wine producers from all over Italy take part in this manifestation, which has reached its 27th edition. And now let’s focus on Trentino, while continuing our journey through culinary delights. This weekend Villa Lagarina is the place to be for baccalà lovers. The town celebrates the “Borgo Antico” festival: this particular fish specialty is among the traditional dishes which will be served. It is also the perfect occasion to visit this small town near Rovereto. Its center is a true gem, enriched by marble fountains, magnificent palaces and S. Maria Assunta church, one of the most impressive baroque monuments in Trentino. The festival is held on saint Martin’s day, which marks the end of the agricultural season: the harvest is complete and it is time to enjoy its fruits in good company. Many towns in Trentino celebrate this occasion such as, for example, Stenico nelle Giudicarie. One can in this case too admire the typical architecture of the town and, above all, its medieval castle, which is one of the most important ones in the whole province of Trento. Up to Sunday, in the not very distant town of Cavrasto, in the Bleggio municipality, the walnut festival will be celebrated. This area of Trentino is famous for this type of plantation, so much so that it has been acknowledged as a Slow Food presidium. Farmed since the 1500s, the Bleggio walnuts are recognizable for their pleasant taste, thin and easy to break shell, small size and the unusually long shape. The harvest begins in the second half of September and is still carried out manually. The walnuts can be purchased directly from the farmers, which have always been masters at enhancing the fruit’s taste by turning it into tasty cakes, a strong walnut liqueur and the rare walnut salami. Let’s move from countryside fields to the city: those who are thinking about renovating their homes can find inspiration and tips at “Idee Casa Unica”, an event which is held up to Sunday at the Trento Fiere trade show. For our musical appointment of the week we are bringing you to the Fausto Melotti auditorium, in Rovereto, where on Sunday the 10th of November at 9 pm the Jazz ‘About festival will host an unmissable event: we’re talking about the concert by the talented duo Knower, formed by Genevieve Artadi and Louis Cole. Let’s conclude our journey by Lake Garda: on Sunday morning, in Riva del Garda, more than 4000 racers will take part in the Garda Trentino Half Marathon. Those who prefer to enjoy the lake in a calmer and maybe more curious way can visit the 26th edition of “Pagine del Garda”, held at Arco’s casino. The manifestation hosts more than 1,500 books dedicated to Lake Garda.

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MARK IT 2-4 NOV

Welcome back to a new episode of Save the Date. Have you survived Halloween? Those who want to live atmospheres from other latitudes should not miss the first appointment we are going to suggest today. On Friday, November the 2nd, S. Chiara’s Cultural Services Centre suggests an original way to live the Day of the Deads. Using the traditional festival “Dìa de muertos” as an inspiration, which is already entrenched in the Latin Amrican culture, particularly in the Mexican one, SanbàPolis theatre is going to host rites and traditions of a day that was recognised as a Unesco world heritage. Ancient rites will be discovered through candles, flowers and culinary specialities. The event will end around 10 p.m. with the concert of the famous Sicilian trumpet player Roy Paci & Aretuska. For those who still prefer “Trick or treat”, the appointment is in Rovereto, where “Shopping Aspettando Halloween” will take place: the event was planned for last week, but it has been postponed because of the bad weather. It involves a series of themed initiatives and the shops will be open also on Sunday, but with a warning: beware of those you could find in the dressing rooms! No tricks, but inspiring atmospheres at Pergine Castle, which on Sunday, from 6 p.m on, is going to host the seasonal party, with dinner party and concert. For every season that ends, there are many which are ready to start. In these days the curtains goes up in many stages in Trentino, showing new theatre seasons. Trento’s Cuminetti theatre on November the 11th will be the location for a welcomed version of Macbeth, from the director Serena Sinigaglia. The appointment is at 8.30 p.m., except from Sunday, when the show will start at 4 pm. At the same time, on Sunday, at S. Chiara Auditorium, theatre season of Teatro Ragazzi will start in the spirit of Pinocchio’s fairy tale. Let’s stay in Trento, where those who love arts and crafts can find “Mondo Donna”: Trento Fiere will expose until Sunday clothes, jewels and decorative created by women who have often made a job out of their passion. Capable hands are also those who take care of flowers and plants’ seeds, some of which are threatened with extinction. In the afternoon of Sunday November the 4th the Usi e Costumi della Gente Trentina Museum of S.
Michele all’Adige will host the 4th reunion for the exchange of seeds, organised by the association La Pimpinella, who is responsible for the valorisation of the agricultural biodiversity and of the local products. Among these the Ciuìga is an example of Slow Food. It is a cured pork made with turnips, typical of the area of Banale. Its origin takes us to the agricultural wisdom that, to relieve the poverty, recycles and mixes the local raw material. Until Sunday San Lorenzo in Banale will dedicate a Festival to the Ciuìga, with buffet tables. And with this appointment which mixes taste and folklore this episode of Save the Date comes to an end. You’ll hear again from us next week.

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MARK IT 27-28 OCT

Do you still have to make up your mind on how to spend your weekend in Trentino? And do you think that with the autumnal season approaching there are going to be any less opportunities? Well, be ready to have your mind changed because the calendar for the following days is especially rich. For example, there are plenty of theatre-related events to keep track of on this autumn week. On Saturday the 27th of October and on the 3rd of November, Trento’s “S.
Marco” theatre will host the shows of the “Palcoscenico Trentino” festival. Same days but different shows in Riva del Garda at the “Sala della Comunità” cinema for the “Ottobre a teatro” festival. The drama season of the “S.
Chiara” center kicks off with a classic play, Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the encore performance of which will be brought to the stage from the 30th of October to the 11th of November at the Cuminetti theatre in Trento. On the 27th and on the 28th of October, it’s stand up comedy’s turn to steal the spotlight with a show by Angelo Pintus, at the S.
Chiara auditorium in Trento. Let’s move on with two musical appointments at the Sanbapolis theatre: on Saturday the 27th, part of the Jazz’About initiative, a concert by Youssef Deyes and a DJ set by Simon Green, alias Bonobo, will take place. On the 2nd of November a “ El Dia de Muertos” themed party will be held: the evening will revolve around Mexican popular culture, with a concert by Roy Paci & Aretuska. Speaking of the day of the dead, on the 31st of October, Halloween is also celebrated: let us focus on one among the many available events. It is the murder-mystery dinner which will be held at the Pergine Castle on the night of Halloween. Yet again in the same location, during the night between the 27th and the 28th of October, the “L’ora che non c’è” event will take place, to celebrate the switch form summer to winter time with music and plays. We also don’t want to miss the events revolving around autumnal produce. On the 27th and 28th of October two celebrations with chestnuts as protagonist will occur: the “Festa Del Marrone di Castione” in Brentonico and the “Festa della Castagna” in Roncegno. Let’s conclude in Trento where, up to Sunday the 28th of October, the exhibition centre will host “Fa’ la cosa giusta”, a solidarity economy and sustainable lifestyle themed fair.

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MARK IT 20-21 OCT

Hands up who doesn’t remember Tony Manero and the songs by the Bee Gees. Among the many events of the following days, there is “Saturday Night Fever”. We’re not talking about the movie, we are talking about the musical drawn from the legendary film, which in the seventies launched John Travolta’s career. After selling out across Italy, the show has now landed in Trento’s S.
Chiara Auditorium. The curtains are being raised at 9 PM. We bet you won’t be able to sit still while hits such as Stayin’ Alive and Disco Inferno will be performed. Movement is also mandatory at the “Y Generation” dance and Tanztheater festival for new generations, which will conclude this weekend in Trento. Among the many events, we’d like to recommend one which will take place on Saturday and Sunday evening at the Muse museum. It is the “Genoma Scenico” show, which draws upon the museum’s exhibit about human chromosomes and plays with it. On Saturday at 4 pm the final event will take place, with a party inspired to Red Riding Hood. Talking about new generations, this weekend the “Trentino dei bambini” event will take place at the “Trento Fiere” trade exhibition. At its seventh edition, it is increasingly successful thanks to not only its games and workshops for the little ones but also to the information provided to the parents, which range from washable diapers to sport activities. Let’s leave the city behind to follow autumn’s flavors. In Albiano, up to Sunday, there’s a party dedicated to the season’s main fruit, the chestnut, with culinary delights and music. On Sunday morning one can also participate in a stroll through the area’s century-old chestnut groves. In Tassullo, instead, cheese varieties from mountain cottages take center stage. These delicacies are a symbol of ancient alpine agricultural traditions and they guarantee biodiversity. The above-mentioned exhibit will take place at the Valèr castle. We recommend visiting this ancient manor house, since it is among the best- preserved ones of the entire Alpine region. Speaking of visits, on Saturday and Sunday one can discover free of charge the collections, works and history of the “Diocesano Tridentino” museum in Duomo square, in the town that owes its fame to the Council. The initiative is framed within a manifestation that aims to introduce religious museums across Italy. Finally, we invite you to dive into Gardolo’s pools in the middle of the night: starting from 7 pm on Saturday, a whole 24 hours of swimming will take place. It is for a noble cause, since the profits will be donated to donor associations such as Avis, Admo, Aido as well as to the Anti-Cancer and Anti-Leukemia associations. The relay is open to everyone: being trained enough to do at least two laps will do.

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MARK IT IN THE WEEKEND

With the warm season behind us, do you think there are going to be any less events to take part in? Get ready to change your mind because this October is full of appointments. This weekend, for example, Trento will be the international capital of sport, thanks to the first edition of the “Festival dello Sport”, with record as its main theme. You can check out its rich program on il festivaldellosport.it. It all kicks off with themes such as treble’s Inter, the international football’s council and the hour record through the words of Francesco Moser and Bradley Wiggins. Saturday, instead, will be the day of the basketball legend Steve Nash, of the football legend Paolo Maldini and of the great champions of Italian fencing. On Sunday, the last day of the manifestation, the divine Federica Pellegrini will take center stage, followed by meetings with the legendary football coaches Arrigo Sacchi, Pep Guardiola and Carlo Ancelotti. Courtains down with the match between Italy’s national football team against Poland, which will be displayed on a big screen in Duomo square. Let’s move from sport to art. Saturday the 13th marks the 14th edition of Contemporary art day: free entry and special events at Rovereto’s Mart museum, as well as at Riva del Garda’s Mag and at the Galleria Civica in Trento. We certainly can’t leave behind all the events that celebrate the seasonal products: up to Sunday Pergine will host the “Festa della Zucca” and the “Festa d’autunno”. In the town of Cles, in val di Non, up to Sunday again, the apple will be the star attraction with 2018’s edition of “Pomaria”. In Ronzo Chienis, instead, you can find Gresta valley’s traditional market-exhibit, where you can admire but also purchase the products of this area, which is considered Trentino’s organic garden. Let’s now focus on history, since from Saturday the 13th to Wednesday the 17th of October, many events will be held between Trento and Rovereto, to commemorate the victims of the Great War 100 years after its conclusion. It is all part of the “Nel cuore nessuna croce manca” festival, the full program of which you can check out on museodellaguerra.it Let’s stay in Rovereto, which will host, up to Sunday the 14th, the second edition of the “Informatici Senza Frontiere” social informatics festival, which promotes a sustainable and inclusive use of technology. Stepping into the world of theatre, from October the 17th to the 20th, the “Y Generation festival” is back for its third edition with a focus on dance and Tanztheater for young people. More than 20 performances will be brought on stage: you can find all about them on yfestival.it. Moving to the “Scena Trentina” festival, on Saturday the 13th and Sunday the 14th the Portland theatre will host the “Due. Una storia d’amore” show, while on Thursday the 18th Meano’s theatre will open its doors to the “Mister Shakespeare” performance. And finally a musical appointment with a concert on the 16th of October by singer-songwriter Fabio Concato, at Pergine’s town-theatre.

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