San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
French Fair 2015, The Largest Event Ever Devoted to French Culture, Food and Fashion in the San Francisco Bay Area
Bigger than ever, with more than 40 exhibitors and 19 high-profile sponsors, the French Fair 2015 will take place on Friday, March 20th (2:30 pm to 10 pm) conferences, music & dancing (no vendors) and Saturday, March 21st (from 10 am to 6 pm) vendors, food & activities at the Lucie Stern Community Center in Palo Alto.
The French Fair organizers would like to thank especially Calparrio Travel Servicesfor their support this year.
Raffle tickets sold for a chance to win an amazing 7-night stay at an all-inclusive Club Med resort of your choice offered by CALPARRIO TRAVEL SERVICES & CLUB MED.(flight not included)
Big thanks to the Alliance Française of Silicon Valley and the Alliance Française of San Francisco, French American School of Silicon Valley.
On Friday, March 20th starting at 2:30 pm, Magdalena Chaland, psychologist, coach & writer will talk about “Developing Nomadic Intelligence: Living the experience of emigration”. Fabienne Slama, life purpose and relationship coach will present her book “Renaissance Woman: A Feminine Midlife Crisis”. Bruno Ponsot, French chef, who worked with famous French chefs Bocuse, Le Notre and Ducasse, will talk about French cuisine.
On Friday evening, the French singer Sylvie Boisel will perform songs from the French repertoire and we will dance to the music of French band 5 Frogs & a Matador.
Come meet on Saturday, the many French gourmet food producers, artists, realtors, preschools, schools and services as well as discover a large selection of unique and traditional artisanal products (hand-made jewelry, original art, home decoration, Provence products, designer clothes for adults and children and much more).
Activities at the French Fair 2015 include, a fashion show with the latest creations of talented local French designers, live French music, book reading sessions for kids, comic strip workshops and an amazing gourmet food court.
Mentor Tutor Connection, a Los Altos non-profit organization and co-organizer of the fair, will receive a portion of the proceeds.
For more information on the French Fair 2015, please visit: www.frenchfair.org