Southern California

The Southern California Chapter organizes a variety of cultural and social events for its members throughout the year in order to raise funds for restorations projects that were voted by the FHS Board members.

Edie Frère is the Co-Chairman of French Heritage Society’s Southern California Chapter; Timothy Corrigan is serving as the interim Co-Chairman. For further information or to learn more about Membership, please contact the Southern California Chapter directly.

Please email: fhssouthcali@frenchheritagesociety.org.

Photos: Southern California toured the Woven Gold-Tapestries of Louis XIV with Getty curator Charissa Bremer-David, book signing by Timothy Corrigan, chapter grant to Laura Plantation and French interns there.



Past Highlights

  • 17th Century Paris: the First Great Walking City with Dr. Joan DeJoan in partnership with the ICAA of Southern California
  • Chateau Vaux-le-Vicomte with Alexander du Vogüé in partnership with the ICAA of Southern California
  • Illustrated Lecture: An Invitation to Château du Grand-Lucé by Timothy Corrigan, Author and Designer
  • Visits to Los Angeles for members of other FHS Chapters, including viewings of private art collections and historic homes
  • A special luncheon at the Bel-Air Hotel with an esteemed chef from Provence
  • Lectures as “The French Crown Jewels” by Martin Chapman of the LA County Museum, as well special curator guided tours at the Getty Museum