Special Café Français -Coffee at Fabienne’s April 13th

Special Café Français -Coffee at Fabienne’s April 13th

Join Café Français for coffee at Fabienne’s place in the 3rd Thursday April 13th. English will be used during the event with Fabienne teaching you some specific french words. When: Thursday, April 13th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Where: 69003, next to Garibaldi metro, exact address will be provided to you after you RSVP

Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt April 9th

Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt April 9th

It’s springtime in Lyon! Come and celebrate with us on Sunday, April 9th with an Easter brunch. It will be a potluck, with last names beginning with A-L bringing a savory dish and M-Z bringing a sweet dish. Drinks will be provided.

There will be crafts, egg dyeing, and an Easter Egg Hunt, so bring the kids for a fun family day! No need to bring an Easter basket – the craft will be making your own bag to collect your Easter egg goodies!

Open House Playdate April 2nd

Open House Playdate April 2nd

By popular request, we’re hosting a weekend playdate! Join Passant and Rami (along with baby Rafael) for an afternoon of conversation + coffee. You’re welcome to bring your child but also welcome to drop by without!  Non-members are welcome. When: Sunday April 2nd from 3-5p.m. Where: Lyon 2 near Cordeliers Email Hadley directly to RSVP.

Chinese Street Food cooking class April 1st

Chinese Street Food cooking class April 1st

Join us for a culinary adventure as we explore various Chinese street food dishes! We will learn to make steamed pork dumplings, crispy wontons and shiu mai. Kay Huang, a native of Taiwan and founder of La Table d’Asie, will lead us through this journey. (Class will be in English, structured as a culinary demonstration.)

Book Club March 28th

Book Club March 28th

March Book Club selection is The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Annie Barrows and Mary Ann Shaffer. January 1946: London is emerging from the shadow of the Second World War, and writer Juliet Ashton is looking for her next book subject. Who could imagine that she would find it in a letter

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