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THE MAKING OF PARIS PART 3 FROM LOUIS XIII TO THE REVOLUTION (1610-1789)

Presentation How did Paris become the world's most beautiful city? The French Cultural Center is pleased to make available a series of seven lectures about…

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Business French, Part 2- Essential French Expressions to Use in the Workplace

If you normally write your professional emails in English you know there are several set phrases when communicating with colleagues and clients. Today we offer the French equivalent of these sentences; read along and let us know if we missed your favorite!

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THE MAKING OF PARIS PART 2 FROM FRANÇOIS 1ER TO HENRI IV (1515-1610)

Presentation How did Paris become the world's most beautiful city? The French Cultural Center is pleased to make available a series of seven lectures about…

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Monuments Historiques #4: La Tour Eiffel

Then Paris began the construction of the Eiffel Tower in January 1887, and finished it March 31st, 1889.  The purpose of this tower was to…

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THE MAKING OF PARIS PART 1 FROM ROMAN TIMES THROUGH THE MIDDLE AGES (52 BC – 1515)

Presentation How did Paris become the world's most beautiful city? The French Cultural Center is pleased to make available a series of seven lectures about…

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9 façons d’apporter votre aide tout en respectant la distanciation sociale

Vous l’aurez remarqué, malgré la situation difficile, il souffle comme un vent de fraternité. Cela met du baume au coeur et nous y trouvons le…

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Monuments Historiques #3: Le château de Chantilly

Née et élevée à Chantilly, je ne pouvais pas, dans notre série Monuments Historiques, ne pas parler de ce joyaux du Patrimoine Français qu’est le…

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Saturday Morning Nostalgia: 5 French-Dubbed Kids' TV Shows

Do Saturday mornings remind you of settling down in front of the television with a bowl of sugary cereal, pajamas still on, rushing to get…

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Be Creative and Make Your Own Diorama!

While at home, let’s take this time to enjoy being creative and become artists by making a diorama. The diorama will allow you to travel…

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10 Ways to Go to France without Leaving the House

While social distancing is in full swing and kids are home from school, many of the places where parents can take their children on educational…

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Upcoming Events

Monday, September 21, 2020 6:30 PM To 8:00 PM

Members, join us for an educational workshop on interpreting and appreciating various French works of art. Event in French.

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Book Club

L'Étranger Book Club: Chapter 4 - 6

NOW ONLINE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

Tuesday, September 22, 2020 5:30 PM To 6:30 PM

Join us in reading L'Étranger by Albert Camus for the library's book club en français!

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Wednesday, September 23, 2020 6:30 PM To 8:00 PM

Do you enjoy traveling to France and other French-speaking places? If so, join us for Travel Club.

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