The Maison du peuple café welcomes you from Tuesday to Saturday from 6pm and from 4.30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the school holidays (all zones).
It is also identified as a place of cultural programming: jazz scene and current music, theater and dance.
In the working class history of Saint-Claude, cafés and circles (private cafés) played an essential role in sociability and political education. In December 1902, the management of the café at 12, rue de la Poyat was taken over by the Fraternelle cooperative, and the idea of the Maison du peuple de Saint-Claude finally became a reality. The café has been reopened by the association La Fraternelle since 1996, thanks to the acquisition of a Licence IV. But since 1988, the activity of the members of the association had made it possible to reanimate this room of the House of the People; it was entirely renovated in 2003.
Like the Maison du peuple building, the café is a private space that lives on thanks to the commitment and action of the association's volunteers and employees
The café is managed by an employee and a team of volunteers grouped together in the "café committee". It is in charge of the commercial management, the coordination of the use of the place and the implementation of a program of animation: Thursdays of the frat' (in connection with local associations), evenings debates, evenings games, "bistros bazar", musical impromptus, open stages, festive days, etc..
The Fraternelle is a partner of the Pass'Malin Jura 2020 and the Carte Avantages Jeunes.