Boston Chapter: French Sculpture, An American Passion

Beacon Hill Books and Cafe 71 Charles Street, Boston, MA, United States

The co-chairs of the Boston Chapter of French Heritage Society invite you to a champagne reception, book signing and talk with Laure de Margerie, introduced by Anne Poulet, Director Emerita of the Frick Collection, followed by an optional dinner.

FHS Seventh Annual Book Award

Join FHS for a memorable evening celebrating Esther da Costa Meyer and her book, Dividing Paris: Urban Renewal and Social Inequality, 1852-1870.  Caroline Weber, Professor of French and Comparative Literature at Barnard College and author of Proust’s Duchess (recipient of the Third Annual FHS Book Award) will moderate the discussion, which will be followed by an elegant dinner.

Philadelphia Chapter: The Basilica of Vezelay

The Acorn Club 1519 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Please join French Heritage Society's Philadelphia Chapter on May 7 at the Acorn Club for a fascinating luncheon with Christopher Kelly. Mr. Kelly will lead us on an exploration of the stunning Basilica of Vezelay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Burgundy, France.

Boston Chapter: The Basilica of Vezelay

Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House 399 Lexington Road, Concord, MA, United States

Please join French Heritage Society's Boston Chapter on May 11 at the Concord School of Philosophy on the grounds of the Louisa May Alcott Orchard House for a fascinating evening with Christopher Kelly. Mr. Kelly will lead us on an exploration of the stunning Basilica of Vezelay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Burgundy, France, followed by a champagne reception.

Members’ Trip to Paris

Join FHS for a 3-day trip in and around Paris! From exceptional visits to the Galerie Kugel and Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres to one-of-a-kind receptions at Juan Pablo and Pilar Molyneux’s hôtel particulier, every moment of this trip will be unforgettable.

Chairman’s Circle Trip to the Côtes du Rhône

FHS is excited to present this year’s Chairman’s Circle trip to the Côtes du Rhône. Our six-night trip will begin in the dramatic ancient city of Avignon, which is renowned for its majestic Palais des Papes, a UNESCO World Heritage site. We will explore the splendid Provencal landscapes and monuments in the surrounding area, including the gorgeous 12th-centuy Romanesque Abbaye de Sénanques, and Gordes, renowned as one of the most beautiful villages of France. We will be hosted in style at individual homes for private receptions in Avignon and Gordes. 

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