Join us for our 15th annual Marché de Noël! Inspired by the holiday markets in France, this event is a beloved tradition for the hundreds of people who attend each year. Enjoy an authentic French holiday experience as you stroll through our 1860s Beaux Arts-style mansion decorated in seasonal splendor, sip on complimentary mulled wine or hot cider and browse the beautiful wares and festive foods offered by our merchants and artisans. Come discover beautiful linens, home goods, books, gourmet treats, or that special accessory – there’s something for everyone on your holiday list.

Sign up for our free raffle at the event for a chance to win gifts from our merchants!

Become a French Cultural Center Member so you can enjoy the many benefits of membership on the day of Le Marché and throughout the year. Memberships can be purchased in advance either online or during Le Marché. Our memberships also make great gifts for the Francophiles in your life!

Free for members and children under the age of 10, $3 for non-members.
Members must present a valid membership card for free admission and to take advantage of discounts offered by our merchants.
Please note: in order to ensure a safe and fun event for all, all bags will be inspected. Backpacks and strollers will be prohibited.


Featuring

YourFrenchGift

and other fine merchants and artisans!

Photos from previous Marchés de Noël

Upcoming Events

Exhibition

The Art of Revolution (event changed)

Protest Posters from May '68

From Apr 3, 2018 To May 1, 2018

Join us on April 3rd at 6:30 PM as we celebrate the opening of the second exhibition in our "May '68" series featuring ten original posters, along with nearly two dozen small reproductions. The talk will be in English.

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Member Event

Trivia Night for Members

game night at the center

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 6:30 PM To 8:30 PM

Test your knowledge of all things French at our first-ever members-only trivia night!

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018 5:30 PM To 6:00 PM

Discover our May '68 collection through books, magazines, and films, all while learning new vocabulary words that will help with future appreciation of our themed events!

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