Four great Autumn events for expats in Geneva

There are few places as beautiful as Geneva in the Autumn. With its mountainous backdrop and fantastic lakeside setting, the city looks great at this time of year for those that love life outdoors. It’s also a great time of year for those that love things of a more artistic variety. With that in mind we thought we would take a look at four great events to look out for this autumn…


Lake Geneva with fountain
Geneva still looks great long into the autumn


ISCC Golf day 22nd September

The International Sport Chamber of Commerce will give golfers of all abilities the chance to play an eighteen hole Stableford competition on Golf Course Signal de Bougy. The special day also includes a tasty lunch where players can get the opportunity to chat to other attendees.

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Golf Course Signal de Bougy will host the exclusive event


Geneva Gaming Convention

For the enjoyment of both the pro and casual gamer, this event will cover the whole range of gaming activities including esports, video games from large and independent publishers, artistic creations, coding, training and medical uses for video games. A great event to visit in preparation for the shorter days and longer nights.

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The Geneva Gaming Convention is a must see event for all those interested in video games


Toilers of the Sea

A musical adaption of the Victor Hugo novel dedicated to Guernsey where the author spent 15 years in exile. The musical examines the impact of the Industrial Revolution on the island just after the Napoleonic Wars.

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Toilers of the Sea takes place on 27th September at the Rosey Concert Hall


Blue, Bleu, Azul September 14th – October 28th

This event will showcase works from renowned artists Mila Mayer and May-Britt Wolthers. Both artists focus their work on nature and the colour blue in particular. Taking place at Espace L.

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Bleu Blue Azul takes place at Espace L on 28th October


To discover more events in Geneva this summer, head over to the Angloinfo Geneva events page. And if you enjoyed this article why not become an Angloinfo member.