The St‑Blaise's Chapel is pleased to present you again this year many animations.
Do not hesitate to come back regularly to discover the new events of the 2023 season!
As a result of the beginning of the restoration work of the St-Blaise's Chapel, the egg hunt will not be able to take place this year and is postponed to next year.
To support the restoration project of a centuries-old chapel decorated by one of the greatest names of the 20th century...
Make a donation to the Fondation du Patrimoine by clicking HERE
Start of work: Spring 2023
In 1947 Jean Cocteau, tired of the Parisian bustle, left his Parisian apartment on rue Montpensier for a refuge in Milly-la-Forêt where he bought a house in order to find himself, he liked to say. The perfumed air and the sweetness of life of Milly filled him more than all the Parisian honors. The purchase is made with the participation of Mr. Jean Marais. Milly en Gâtinais offers it a haven of peace, as well as an idyllic living environment. A stay of 17 years, during which he will receive from the inhabitants of Milly-la-Forêt, the Milliacois, a confident and admiring glance.
We are pleased to inform you that the film "Jean Cocteau de Milly-la-Forêt" has been available since Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the Chapelle Saint-Blaise des Simples on DVD.
The profits from the sale of this limited edition go as a total donation to the Association managing the Chapel decorated by Jean Cocteau. The film, complete with several supplements, is also subtitled in French and English.
The year 2021 is a year of transition and great changes for Le Cyclop.
Jean Tinguely's work closes from November 2020 to April 2022 in order to be able to carry out major restoration work.
Find all the information on http://www.lecyclop.com
Eighteen artists are invited to a large exhibition the size of the area close to the Cyclop de Milly-la-Forêt which is held in the five places of art and culture, including the St‑Blaise's Chapel. This will be an opportunity to stroll, to discover the artistic and cultural heritage of the south of Essonne and to review works produced by Le Cyclop.
"It is about straightening the fallen or felled tree (one can also carve in situ the dead tree, bare, inhabited by memories);
an exchange of energy, body to body, meetings, listening punctuated by wind, space, light, beyond words.
It is about telling the human story, going deep into the heart of the woods, crossing it in order to deliver the essential.
It is a dialogue with Jean Cocteau, with the garden and the chapel - Sculpted wood"
A 100% local edition with:
- The producer Alain BOSC BIERNE who will introduce you to peppermint
- Emile et une graine growers will offer you their products
- The Association Milly Sens which will present its local essential oils to you
- The artist Marie-Lys HAGENMÜLLER and her book "Raconte-moi la Terre", developed with the photographers Aurélien PETIT and Quentin KHEYAP, will also be present.