Events - France in Charlotte, NC
Activities and COVID-19
08/25/2021 - Due to the case surge on the new virus variant, and after careful review of the CDC and local Health authorities guidance, we have decided to cancel the August last Thursday meetup. Please stay safe, get vaccinated, and wear a mask. We are currently working on several ways to meet while increasing safety measures.
Monthly Meeting - Last Thursday
Tous les derniers jeudi de chaque mois. Nous nous rencontrons autour d’un verre de vin, parfaite occasion pour partager notre experience, nos questions et nos ressources à propos de la vie à Charlotte. Gratuit, et ouvert à tous
Plus d'info et pour vous joindre à nous:
meetup.com/Bienvenue-Charlotte-French-Networking/ et facebook.com/bienvenueclt
Last Thursday evening of each month - Nice opportunity to mingle and chat, while sipping a glass of wine, munching some appetizer, and share our experience, questions, and resources about life in Charlotte. Free, and open to all
More info and to join us:
75th D-Day Dinner Celebration (06/06/2019)
A 7-course dinner, with wine pairing
This event was made possible thanks to: -
Chef Blake Hartwick, Bonterra Dining
Chef Charles Semail, Chef Charles Catering
Chef Sylvain Rivet, Renaissance Pâtisserie
Eric Solomon, European Cellars
All profits go to "Welcome Home Veterans" www.welcomevets.com (Richard's Coffee Shop)( a local non-profit organization working "to ensure the memory of, and to support to, those who serve".
Photo Credit: Haden Choisniere
Charlotte French Festival
We had a vision since we arrived in the USA: We wanted to share the French culture and love with the whole Charlotte Community. We created in 2017 the 1st Charlotte French Festival. The success was huge! Merci y'all for coming: It was a great success, thanks o the 2,600 visitors, the 100+ volunteers, the 30+ Vendors and Sponsors, the entertainers and artists, the dogs... a l'année prochaine!
This community event receives the support of Bienvenue Charlotte, the French Government through the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and the Consulate General of France in Atlanta, the French-American Chamber of Commerce of the Carolinas, the Carolina Petanque Club and many sponsors and volunteers.
Photo Credit: Daniel Coston