Welcome to the weekend! Head to the zoo, visit a career day, see various great films, hunt for rare vinyls and CDs, or check out these two guided tours.

1. Visit job, training and career fair

What: Moovijob
LuxExpo, 10 Circuit de La Foire Internationale, 1347 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Friday, 24 March between 9.30am-5pm - more info here

Whether you're actively on the hunt for a job or just wanting to expand your career vision, the Moovijob Day on Friday is the right place to be. Meet face-to-face with over 180 companies, training organisations or career advisors. Learn about what recruiters are looking for right now, where and when to apply for new positions, and what training courses could boost your career. Entrance is free but prior registration recommended.


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2. See final screening of British & Irish Film Festival

What: Selection of best films
Cinematheque, 17 Pl. du Théâtre, 2613 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Friday, 24 March at 9.30pm - info & tickets

The British & Irish Film Festival, another annual film highlight in Luxembourg, enters its last day on Friday, which included 10 feature films screened at Cinémathèque this past week. Head down to the picture palace to see Catherine Called Birdy at 9.30pm, a wonderful comedy drama about a young girl in medieval times avoiding potential suitors her father has in mind.

3. Season opening of Parc Merveilleux

What: Zoo time
Parc Merveilleux, Rte de Mondorf, 3260 Bettembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 25 March from 9.30am - info & tickets

Parc Merveilleux in Bettembourg is Luxembourg's only zoo, boasting around 200 animal species from 5 continents. It opens this Saturday for the season (until 8 October). It offers ponies, some wild animals, playgrounds and a restaurant.


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4. Book English guided walk through Terres Rouges

What: 4-hour tour
Where: Fond-de-Gras, 4576 Differdange - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 25 March at 9am - more info here

Join guide Claudia on this English guided tour of the Terres Rouges region of Luxembourg. Owing its name to the bright red ore which made Luxembourg's steel industry so successful, the former mining area today combines ancient history, industrial sites and modern infrastructure and technology. The tour is between 3-4 hours and the fee is €10 per person.


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5. Watch The Big Lebowski

What: 25-year anniversary
Where: Cinematheque, 17 Pl. du Théâtre, 2613 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 24 March at 8.30pm - info & tickets

Celebrating 25 years of this crime comedy classic! Two goons mistake 'the Dude' Lebowski for a millionaire Lebowski and urinate on his rug. Trying to recompense his rug from the wealthy Lebowski, he gets entwined in an intricate kidnapping case.

6. Hunt for rare pearls at disc fair

What: Foire aux Disques
Where: Rotondes, 3 Place des Rotondes, 2448 Luxembourg - Google Map
When: Sunday, 26 March at 10am - more info here

Music lovers and collectors unite! The disc fair is back this Sunday, bringing together vendors from the Benelux, France and Germany. If you're on the hunt for rare pearls, you may just find them here – Vinyls, CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray and more.


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7. Learn about the work of migrating women

What: Guided walk
Where: Dudelange - register for infos: info@cdmh.lu
When: Saturday, 25 March at 3pm - info & registration

Dudelange is hosting an exhibition titled "Women on the Move", highlighting women in migration and their contribution to the construction of Europe. The exhibition is open til 31 March, but there is also a two-hour walk through the quarters of the town about this subject on Saturday at 3pm.


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