Monday, December 10, 11:45 AM – ATSCC Gourmands Holiday Luncheon – F & B Restaurant, 3630 Peachtree Rd., Buckhead. View Invitation.

Saturday, November 17, 7:00pm – Crepe Dinner: The crepe dinner was held in Brookhaven at our member’s home, Julia McDermott. The event was free with a contribution of wine or food, to be allocated once all reservations are in.

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 Join us for a Festive Tea whil learning the secrets to shopping in Paris.

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.

European Trip to Sicily Sept 23-Oct.1, optional trip to Rome Sept 20-23 – Several members enjoyed a lovely European trip once again at a brand-new Club Med in Palermo, Italy.

Sunday September 23rd, from 3 to 5PM – French Salon w/ Théâtre du Rêve-Private home in Buckhead (registration required).

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.

July 28, Saturday @12:30: SCAD Tour of Pierre Cardin Fashion: Pierre Cardin: Pursuit of the Future” is a major retrospective featuring iconic looks for both women and men from the 1950S to present, borrowed mainly from the Pierre Cardin Museum in Paris, and includes several dresses from the SCAD Permanent Collection. Optional late lunch after the tour.

July 23, Monday Museum Road Trip – The French Heritage Society organized a “road trip” to the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens. Sarah Kate Gillespie, curator of American art guided us through both “Women Artists from the Johnson collection and the fabulous collection of American impressionist paintings of Mrs. Day Sanders. Additionally, Bill Eiland personally took us through the R&R treasures, a sneak peek before it opens.

There will be a cost of box lunches which we will eat in the Board meeting room. There is no admission charge at the Georgia Museum of Art but a donation would be gratefully accepted.

July 21,Sunday, 7 pm, Resto Rendez-Vous, Our regular meet-up for anyone who loves to chat outside in the summer and have “un verre” or a bite. or both. Totally casual.

July 14, Saturday. Bastille Day – Choices, Choices!

6:00 pm, Alliance Francaise Soiree Blanche: An elegant evening celebrating the French National Holiday amongst the Atlanta skyline benefiting the Alliance Française d’Atlanta. AF/FACC Member $100.00

Wednesday, June 27 – We have been dormant too long so, in order to correct that, we convened at AMELIE’S FRENCH BAKERY AND CAFÉ, 840 Marietta Street NW, Atlanta GA 30318, at 11:00 a.m. As always, we each pay for our own meals. View the invitation.

Sunday, June 9 – Diner at Anis in support of Theatre du Reve. This was a fundraiser for their camp and 10% of your “addition” will go to them. There was a performance while we ate.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 – Farewell cocktail party at the home of Sharon Loy.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 – Trip to Cartersville to visit the Booth Museum ($10) and the Etowah Mounds.($5) We had a Dutch treat lunch near the museum

Monday, May 7, 2018, 6:30PM – Al fresco dinner at the home of Jeanne and Walter Koszik. Members will bring food or wine to share.

Monday, May 7, 2018 – Trip to Callaway Gardens. We drove to Callaway and see the gardens, the Butterfly House, and many wonderful sights. We had a picnic lunch.

Sunday, May 6, 2018, 6:30PM – Dinner at the home of Carolyn and John Lyons.

Sunday, May 6, 2018, 9AM – 2PM – A Tour of Downtown Atlanta by bus. You probably learned something you didn’t know before about Atlanta. Stopped at MLK center, Atlanta Beltline, Ponce City Market, CNN for lunch, the Buckhead Mansions.

Saturday – Wednesday, May 5 – 9, 2018 – Visitors were here from our society in Toulouse. 7 visitors were hosted in our members’ homes. They spent a week in Florida and 4 days in Atlanta. They all spoke English.

Saturday, April 21, 2018 – We chartered a bus for an all-inclusive trip to North Georgia. We visited 3 Wineries for tastings and lunch. Wineries included: Stonewall Creek, Tiger Mountain and 12 Spies Vineyards, all in Rabun County.

Saturday, March 24, 2018, 4:30 pm – Bobbi Kornblit, Author and Experienced Film Insider tells all. The action in Red Carpet Rivals: a novel, swirls around the glamour and chaos of the most celebrated movie awards ceremony. The savvy, sexy, and funny novel provides an inside scoop about the studios and the stars in Hollywood from the 1980s to the present. This was a Red Carpet event, we dressed for the occasion. Cocktails and Tidbits and a fascinating journey. Location: 2911 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta 30305. Click here for the invitation and details.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 – The Consulate General of France in Atlanta, in partnership with Atlanta’s sister city of Toulouse and Le Bilboquet restaurant, organized a gourmet dining experience for March 21 at 6:00 PM. Chef Stéphane Tournié joined Le Bilboquet Chef Cyrille Holota from his Michelin-starred restaurant in Toulouse. Together they prepared a menu showcasing the best of contemporary French cuisine. This is part of the 4th Edition of Goût de/Good France, a worldwide celebration of French gastronomy.
Friday, March 16, 2018, 5p.m. Craft Show at Cobb Galleria. $5 special pricing at the door. We met for dinner afterwards.

Sunday, March 11, 2018, 3:00 pm – French Day at Theatre du Reve. The Play: Il etait une fois/Once upon a time. Acted in French with English supertitles, this is a world premiere of a play written and directed by Carolyn Cook. “Once upon a time, there were women who found a way to defy even the most powerful ruler on earth, simply by telling their own stories. Prepare to be transported to the France of Louis XIV…” Open to members and non-members. so bring your friends.

About this event:

A group met for lunch at 1 p.m. at Bread and Butterfly Bistro before the play. We hosted a joint small reception after the play with the French Consulate and the Alliance Francaise

Sunday, March 4, 2018, 1:00 p.m. – GA Tech Grad Students were guests at an ATSCC member’s home as they were welcomed to Atlanta and the Atlanta Tech campus. The young men and women are
students at the GA Tech Campus in Metz, France. Brunch was served and consisted of several delicious dishes to help acquaint the students with Southern cuisine.

Thursday, February 22, 2018 – The Gourmands reserved a lunch table for noon at Bread and Butterfly.Bread & Butterfly, a whimsical café & bistro located in the heart of Inman Park, is a European-inspired space to enjoy food and drink from early morning to late night. From its small bar, intimate dining room and beautiful porch area with steel doors that open to Elizabeth Street to the bright patio outside, Bread & Butterfly is a place to enjoy a cappuccino and perfect croissant, a decadent seasonal breakfast or lunch, or a bistro-style dinner in the evening. Bread & Butterfly also features a unique wine, beer and cocktail list and decadent dessert selections.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 – We attended the Atlanta Sister Cities Commissioner Winter Party at City Hall. It is a lovely event with all 17 Sister Cities there, officials, consulate dignitaries, etc. This year we opened this up to our membership to attend for $20 per person to assist ASCC in raising funds to maintain its’ position as international city of significance. It was be a fun event. Click here to see the invitation.

Monday, January 22, 2018 – An event at the Alliance francaise, Midtown, Elysée Treaty Celebration 2018.

Saturday, January 6, 2018 – Fet du Rois’ was hosted in the home of Elizabeth Munson and all the details arranged by our tireless Vice Presiden of Hospitality, Carol Evans. Great time for all!

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