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April 2019

Notre-Dame Fire Restoration Fund

Monday, April 15 - Tuesday, December 31

French Heritage Society is devastated by the images of Notre-Dame Cathedral aflame and stands with so many around the world in sympathy and support.  Protecting the architectural legacy of France is at the very heart of our mission, and we must provide whatever aid we can to this cherished monument in a time of dire need. We have established a Notre-Dame Fire Restoration Fund to allow those whose thoughts are with Paris to take immediate action to ensure that the…

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October 2019

Chairman’s Circle Trip to Brittany

Monday, October 14 - Saturday, October 19

Please join us for the Chairman’s Circle Trip to Brittany.  Explore this land of History and Legends. Enjoy behind-the-scenes visits of emblematic sites of Brittany and its maritime legacy and witness first-hand the enchantment of this region marked by Celtic traditions. From Brittany’s dramatic jagged coastline to its medieval towns and dense forests, this is a land of prehistoric mysticism, proud traditions and culinary wealth, where fiercely independent locals celebrate Breton culture.

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Paris: International Heritage Fair “Future as Legacy”

Thursday, October 24, 10:00 am - Sunday, October 27, 6:00 pm
Carrousel du Louvre
99 rue de Rivoli
Paris, 75001

Join French Heritage Society at the International Heritage Fair in Paris around theme “Future as Legacy”  Join French Heritage Society at the International Heritage Fair in Paris around theme “Future as Legacy.” Created 25 years ago, the fair has grown to become not only the oldest but the leading heritage fair in Europe. FHS will once again have a booth at the heart of it and invite guests to the fair. Every year, the fair brings together over 350 exhibitors who…

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New York Chapter – “The Seine: The River that Made Paris” with Elaine Sciolino

Monday, October 28, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

New York Chapter

The FHS New York Chapter invites you to join contributing writer and former Paris bureau chief for The New York Times, Elaine Sciolino, for a discussion of her new book “The Seine: The River that Made Paris.” The event will take place at a private residence, the address of which will be provided prior to the event.

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Boston Chapter: Remembrance of things past- and present – Proust in 1919 and in 2019

Tuesday, October 29, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Boston Chapter

Chilton Club
287 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02116
Boston, MA 02116 US

The co-chairs of the Boston Chapter invite you to an evening celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Prix Goncourt being awarded to Marcel Proust.

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Young Patrons Circle Paris – Private Visit of Mosaic Artist Mathilde Jonquière’s Atelier

Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Join us for a private visit with mosaic artist Mathilde Jonquière at her studio in Paris. A graduate of the Camondo School, she created her first mosaic workshop in 2000 in Paris. She creates unique large-scale frescoes made of precious materials: Venetian enamels, glass paste and gold tesserae. The cutting of each tessellation and the laying of the mosaic in situ are done with her team.

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November 2019

Paris Chapter: Private Visit of the Arc de Triomphe

Tuesday, November 12, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Paris Chapter

Arc de Triomphe
Place Charles de Gaulle Paris 75008

Born of Napoleon I’s desire to make the capital of his empire the most beautiful city in the world, the Arc de Triomphe celebrates both the glory of French soldiers, who defeated the Austro-Russian armies, and affirms the the emperor’s legitimacy. It also reflects the role of architecture in bestowing prestige and helping give birth to a myth. The Arc and its monumental decor were the setting of great historic events: the return of the ashes of Napoleon in 1840,…

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New York Gala 2019 – The Black & White Ball

Thursday, November 21, 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
NY United States

French Heritage Society is pleased to announce its annual New York Gala Dinner Dance – The Black and White Ball on Thursday, November 21st, 2019, at a private club in Manhattan, from 7pm to 11pm. Held annually, the New York Gala is one of FHS’ signature events, an exquisite evening gathering members and guests around a gastronomic dinner, live music and French-American friendship! This black-tie affair is always a fun and convivial evening.

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Paris Chaper: Thanksgiving Dinner at Hôtel Le Bristol

Tuesday, November 26, 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Paris Chapter

Hôtel Le Bristol
112, rue du Fg. St. Honoré
Paris, 75008

The Paris Chapter’s not-to-be-missed, traditional Thanksgiving Dinner will be held at the Hôtel Le Bristol in the historic and elegant setting of  the Salon Castellane, former private theater of  the Comte de Castellane. Eric Frechon, three-star Chef and Chef des Cuisines de l’Hôtel Le Bristol, and Julien Alvarez, Pastry Chef, will elaborate an exquisite and refined Thanksgiving menu, totally reinvented but still in the purest American tradition.

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December 2019

Paris Chapter: Cocktail Culturel – Boni de Castellane, the Face, the Style & the “art de vivre” of the Belle Époque

Monday, December 2, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Paris Chapter

Private residence

Professor at the Sorbonne, specialist in the history of aristocratic elites, author of numerous essays, including a biography of Boni de Castellane, Éric Mension-Rigau will tell the story of this most unusual and intriging character, an embelmatic figure of the Belle Époque. Belonging to one of the oldest families in France, great-grandson of the Maréchal de Castellane and the Duchess de Dino, great-grand-nephew of Talleyrand, Boni de Castellane was a renowned dandy and, at the same time, an active deputy,…

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