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You’re invited to the Fourth Annual FHC Conference – What’s Cooking:  la recette for Creating Collaboration in the French Heritage Corridor”. This three day series of events focused on French heritage in the Midwest includes an illuminating conference involving stakeholders from the seven states that make up the French Heritage Corridor.

Full Day in Detroit and Grosse Pointe, MI
Friday, May 17

Chartered bus tour of French heritage sites, including Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit, an FHS 2024 Restoration Grant Recipient.

FHC Conference
Saturday, May 18

10 am – 4:30 pm
River Raisin National Battlefield Park
333 N. Dixie Hwy.
Monroe, MI 48162
Followed by a festive reception

Half Day on the River Raisin
Sunday, May 19

Visit and Foodways demonstrations hosted by the Monroe County Museum System, Territorial Park on the River Raisin, at the Navarre-Anderson Trading Post.

Please register using the Paypal links below. For more information, to register by phone, or to make a tax-deductible contribution, please contact Benjamin Wells, FHS Programs and Membership Officer, at 212-759-6846, ext. 201.

Le Complet! – Includes all activities – SOLD OUT – to be added to the wait list, please contact Julie Petitpas at [email protected].

À la carte – Includes May 18-19 activities – $75

Un goûter – Virtual Conference only – $10

The FHC has reserved a block of rooms at Tru Hilton Monroe.
To take advantage of this special rate, which is valid through April 25th, 2024, click here

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