For members + 1 guest per member

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About this Event

The evening will begin with a private tour of our historic brownstone, during which you will have the opportunity to learn more about the Center's cultural events, member perks, French classes and library offerings. Afterwards, we invite you to spend a spring evening au Liban...right here on Marlborough Street. Mingle with fellow new members, enjoy refreshing wines and discover the colorful Lebanese culinary tradition by tasting falafel, hummus, baklava and more! 

This event will be presented in English and is open to members who have joined or renewed since the Center's Fall New Members Event. Each member may bring one guest.

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Our Sponsors

Un grand merci to Fairouz restaurant, Athan's Bakery, vinodivino and Honest Tea for their generous support of this event!





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