Was it a week earlier in the district of Schwenningen the Krmermarkt, which gave the official occasion, so this weekend in Villingen acted at the same time held museum festival not only as Trffner, but also as a crowd puller.
Although it began cautiously, the retail trade in Villingen was in the end quite happy with this sale-open Sunday. Was the Franciscan Museum right at the beginning well visited, so the public traffic in the city center of Villingen initially a bit hesitant. It was not until the early afternoon that the desired response came about.
At 12 noon, Mayor Jrgen Roth, accompanied by soloists from the Music Academy, opened the 66th annual exhibition of the Kunstverein Villingen-Schwenningen. At 66 years of age, at least for Udo Jrgens, as well as for the local Kunstverein, there is no end, the mayor praised the successful annual exhibition.
Then there were many museum highlights, all under the theme "Vive la France" on the program list. It would not be France if the guests from the western neighboring country had not had something edible in their luggage. Heie Merguez and an original French onion soup formed a suitable basis for many visitors to the city and museums, before being taken to the world of our French neighbors.
Chansons with Bert Kohl or street theater with Jacques and Omelette took turns with short guided tours of the Franciscan Museum. In the streets and shops of the city center of Villingen and partly also in the floodplain, there was a lot of hustle and bustle. A French market at the end of the Niedere Strae attracted many visitors with many typical French culinary genssen.
At the end of the sale-open Sunday, both the organizers in the Franciscan Museum and the villagers were thoroughly satisfied with the good response they had received.