Individual Tickets

$150 - Sold Out

VIP Tickets

$275 - Sold Out

VIP Tables

$1,200 - Sold Out

Ticket Perks

Individual Tickets: $150 | $90 is tax-deductible
Perks include complimentary French cocktails, hors d'œuvres, and desserts throughout the evening.

VIP Tickets: $275 | $215 is tax-deductible
Perks include a reserved seat at a VIP social table (seats 4 - 6 guests) with a complimentary cocktails starter set, including champagne; name recognition on event signage; and complimentary French cocktails, hors d'œuvres, and desserts throughout the evening.

VIP Tables: $1,200 | 100% tax-deductible (less $60 per guest)
Perks include an exclusive VIP table for a maximum of 6 guests; a complimentary cocktails starter set, including champagne; name recognition on event signage; and complimentary French cocktails, hors d'œuvres, and desserts throughout the evening.


Honorary Hosts

Anna Bursaux
Alexandra Chabrerie, MD
Suzanne Eliastam
Bill Emery
Alexandra Haagensen, MD
Rima Hyder
Ruta Laukien
Sam Mazzarelli
Snežana Milanović, MD, MSc
Isabelle Roy
Jonathan Soroff
Ian Watson



Lead Sponsors & Partners

Un grand merci to Pernod Ricard for its generous support.



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Wednesday, January 24, 2018 2:00 PM To 3:30 PM

Join Benjamin for an in-depth discussion of L’exposition coloniale by Érik Orsenna.

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Opening

May '68 Revisited

Special Series Opening

Thursday, February 1, 2018 6:30 PM To 9:00 PM

The French Cultural Center will host a reception to inaugurate the winter/spring series of May ’68 events. Our partners from Harvard and Northeastern universities will be on hand to highlight their activities, events and why they believe the seminal events of 50 years ago remain crucial to examine today.

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Exhibition

May '68: When Paris Erupted in Protest

Exhibition of photos by Marc Riboud

From Feb 2, 2018 To Feb 28, 2018

On May 3, 1968, Parisian students took to the street in protests that spread throughout France, quickly engulfing offices, factories and other places of work. This exhibition of works by the late French photographer Marc Riboud reminds us of both the passions of the moment and of the enigmatic playfulness that striking students and workers frequently displayed.

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