Café Franco-Anglais, La Celle Guenand, South Touraine, Saturday 18th June, 2011


Au Panier d'Alice, La Celle Guenand

The theme for the next meeting is “Music” in celebration of the Fête de la Musique. Sandra and I are going along ~ would anyone care to join us? It’ll be a first for us!

For this occasion each person is asked to bring a song of their choice with a written paragraph of why they chose the song and its significance to them.

There will then be a discussion centering on the day’s theme before breaking up into smaller groups so that each person may have an opportunity of speaking in English and French. Finally, there will be a light-hearted quiz or something “similar”.

The event will end around a typically French aperitif and nibbles (amuse-gueule).

It all sounds good – see you there?

For further information:
or Le champ des livres, association:

About Jim McNeill

I am a blogger on 'The Social History of the Touraine region of France (37)' and also 'The Colonial History of Pennsylvania and the life & Family of William Penn'. I am a Director of Fresh Ground Group Ltd.
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1 Response to Café Franco-Anglais, La Celle Guenand, South Touraine, Saturday 18th June, 2011

  1. GaynorB says:

    Hi Jim,

    Thanks for the info. Unfortunately we will be in the UK working at the time of this meeting – yet again- so won’t be able to attend.

    I think I would have enjoyed the musical theme as I am currently doing my desert island disc collection (inspired by R4) on my blog.

    Never mind, I hope you enjoy the meeting, and that we will, one day before we retire, be in France for one of the meetings.


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