The next meeting of the French Book Group will be on Tuesday July 25 at 5:30 at Schuler Books. The book will be I'll Never Be French (no matter what I do): Living in a small village in Brittany by Mark Greenside.
Please contact Marijke Wiersema for more information.
It's called the Parisian High Society Event and it takes place on Thursday, February 2 from 6PM to 9PM at the Grand Seafood & Oyster Bar located at 24 Washington. There will be French wine flights, a special French small plate menu, a live gypsy band and French film. Reservations should be made by calling 616-844-5055.
If you're interested in joining together monthly to read and discuss books written in English, but having to do with things French, or written in French, and translated into English, please contact Marijka Wiersma or by phone at 616-949-9171.
The title this month is Finding Fountainebleau by Thad Carhar
This winter, for something new, we will be having several French Conversational Evenings.
On January 20, there will be a meeting at the Wealthy Bakery from 5:00 to 9:00p.m. If you would like to try out your French at this French Only event you are welcome to attend!
Isabelle Cata is the contact for this at 616-233-1130 or email@example.com.
Celebrated on July 14 each year, Bastille Day is the French National Day. Alliance Française de Grand Rapids celebrates this event each year on the Sunday closest to July 14 with a potluck picnic.
If you're a member of Alliance and would like to join in the festivities please contact Joel Boland for details (616) 243-2720.
If you're not a member why not join today!
Anne-Lise Whitescarver, a native of Dijon, France, leads the conversation. All levels of French language proficiency are welcome.