2018
ATSCC Upcoming Events

 

Sunday, September 23rd - November 4th, 7 Weeks for a total of $70 per student. - We are resuming the Advanced Beginner class. You can pay the first day of class. Here's the link, if you know others who want to join. https://kristywink.wufoo.com/forms/zei66gc1fou9fb/.

Tuesday, October 2nd, 5 to 7PM - Dior Buckhead, The Shops of Buckhead, 3075 Bolling Way, Atlanta, 30305. The French Heritage Society presents: Dior: The History, the Man, the Legacy! Champagne Reception & Preview of the 2018 Winter Collection  Member Tickets $40 | Non-Member Tickets $50 All proceeds will support the Atlanta Chapter's grant to the Degas House in New Orleans.

Wednesday, October 3rd, 7-9PM - Rhône Valley wine tasting at Atmosphere Restaurant, 1620 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, 30324. For the occasion we have selected, in collaboration with Prime Wine Dist., great sparkling wines. Chef Adam will match each wine with a delicious bite size food pairing. Reservations are Required (778) 702 1620, $25 per person (Tax & Gratuity not included)

Friday - Sunday, October 5th - 7th - International Night Market - North Point Mall, 1000 North Point Cir., Alpharetta, 30022. Artists, Performers, Bands, Games, Food, Retail and more 70 Countries and 150+ Vendors. AtlNightMarket.org

Saturday, October 6, 10am-12pm - Petanque - Intersection of Hanover West Drive and Hanover West Court, Atlanta, GA (1334 Hanover West Drive or next to 1328 Hanover West Drive). RSVP to Jim Askren

Saturday, October 6, 11am - 12:30 pm, Piedmont Park Walk - Click on the Flyer to view info. Piedmont Park Conservancy Info Booth 12th & Piedmont. Tour the park and have lunch at Cafe Intermezzo. RSVP to Julia Sherfield by Sept 24th at 770-458-5965.

Sunday, October 7, 3pm - 4pm - French Class Begins Advance Beginners - Buckhead, click here to register: https://kristywink.wufoo.com/forms/zei66gc1fou9fb/ 

October 11 & 13, ASO all French program - ASO has a special offer!  On enjoy an all-French program featuring Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé Tickets start at just $18 with floor seats for as low as $25.  Use Promo Code:  GROUP

Saturday, October 13th, Alliance francaise French Market - French Market Atlanta from 11 to 3 pm at the M. A special piano concert has been organized for Enrique Dorta, one of our board members who passed away last year. A flyer is attached with information.  Please call one of the two numbers at the bottom of the flyer to rsvp.  They prefer payment by check sent to Atlanta Cuban Society, POB 47102, Doraville, 30362.

Saturday, October 13th, 11am-6pm - Alliance francaise French Market - Millennium Gate Museum, 395 17th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30363- Grab your beret because we are preparing for our inaugural French Market in October! What is it? It is a Parisian-inspired open-air market! We will bring together regional and locally-owned boutiques, cafes, and galleries, featuring designer goods, art, home furnishings, French fare and more! This event offers fun and entertainment for all ages! Who is invited? Everyone! We are inviting the entire community. Francophiles, business professionals, travelers, cultural purveyors, and foodies! Who benefits from the proceeds? The proceeds from this event support the Alliance Française of Atlanta’s educational and cultural programs and helps the organization maintain its status as the premier French language & cultural center in Georgia!

Saturday, October 13th, 3 - 5PM- Grace in Paris. If you don’t follow our lovely member, Nancy Flaherty, on Instagram you are missing some lovely photos of French fashion and life.  She is our speaker, hosted by Brenda Rawls. Join us for a Festive Tea while learning the secrets to shopping in Paris.  Check out the attached flyer for information. RSVP to hostess at BrendaRawls4@bellsouth.net. Join us for a Festive Tea whil learning the secrets to shopping in Paris.

Saturday, OCtober 13, 7-10:30PM - Des Amis - 4642 Kings Down Rd., Dunwoody. Friench cocktail party a la potluck. Bring a bottle of (good) wine and an hors d'oeuvre to share and practice your French with fellow francophiles and francophones. Location and frequency changes every month.

Saturday, October 13th, 8 - 10PM, Gala in Honor of Enrique Dorta - “Remembering Enrique Dorta with the music of Schubert, Chopin and Ernesto Lecuona”, Cocktails – Cash Bar: 6:00 pm, Buffet: 7:00 pm Concert: 8:00 PM, Dessert and Coffee: 9:30 PM. Atlanta Cuban Club Members – Free Guests - $30/person Cocktail Attire For reservations please call: Telly Muzaurieta - 678-404-5719 or Gloria (Yoyi) Angulo - 404-636-0404 Mail checks to Atlanta Cuban Society, POB 47102, Doraville 30362.

Sunday, October 14th, 3pm - 4pm - French Class Begins Advance Beginners - Buckhead, click here to register: https://kristywink.wufoo.com/forms/zei66gc1fou9fb/ 

Friday, October 19th - France-Atlanta Film - Alliance Francaise d'Atlanta, 1201 Peachtree St., NE, Atlanta, 30361. The Odd Spring of May 68 Screening - France-Atlanta 2018 As part of France-Atlanta 2018's programming, we will screen filmmaker Dominique Beaux’s “The Odd Spring of May 68,” a beautifully woven series of interviews which tell the story of the protests through the eyes of politicians, police and those “on the other side of the barricade". The films interviewees, many of whom are speaking publicly for the first time about their role in the protests, offer a new perspective on the events of Mai 68. Through their testimonies, they expose the relative strengths and weaknesses of this revolutionary movement that shook the core of French society. Watch trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zGGWav3gQI

Sunday, October 21st, 3pm - 4pm - French Class Begins Advance Beginners - Buckhead, click here to register: https://kristywink.wufoo.com/forms/zei66gc1fou9fb/ 

Thursday, October 25th, 6:30-10pm - Party with Past: Flatiron Building, 84 Peachtree Street, Atlanata, 30303. Free event hosted by the Atlanta History Center.  Click here for details and to register. Don your cape, cowl, or costume of choice and join Party with the Past as we journey to the Flatiron Building and Broad Street Boardwalk in Downtown Atlanta. Standing at 11 stories tall, this gorgeous 1897 construction sitting at the corner of Peachtree and Broad Streets was Atlanta’s first free-standing steel-framed skyscraper! Now known as FlatironCity, the recently refurbished building is a fantastic example of adaptive-reuse in Atlanta. During the restoration, Flatiron City payed special attention to historic preservation of this iconic Atlanta landmark while creating a vibrant work environment for entrepreneurs and start-ups in Atlanta. At Party with the Past, hop on a walking tour and let your cape flow in the wind as you learn about the history of the Woodruff Park area or hear about the history of Atlanta’s first skyscraper at our 7:30 pm history chat. Be sure to grab a burger from the Mix’d Up food truck, who’ll be serving up food for purchase, to complement that cold brew from the cash bar. A very special thanks to our friends at Central Atlanta Progress for partnering with us to make this event happen and for all of the work they do for our city. They make us want to #bedowntown. As always, Party with the Past is free to attend, but be sure to RSVP so we know you’re coming.

Sunday, October 28th, 3pm - 4pm - French Class Begins Advance Beginners - Buckhead, click here to register: https://kristywink.wufoo.com/forms/zei66gc1fou9fb/ 

 

Announcement:

If you haven’t already, please send in your dues to our Treasurer ($45 for individual memberships, $60 for couples, made payable to ATSCC): Martha Church, 35 Roanoke Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA 30305, or pay thru paypal with your credit card.
(Please note you will incur a credit card processing fee on top of the amount of the event.)

2018 Dues

 

ATSCC’s 2016 Annual Report. Margo Hester has done another great job! The report drew praises when it was circulated at the February Atlanta Sister Cities meeting. Atlanta and Tbilisi were the only cities to have their reports in by the deadline.