This month AFCC held a Melbourne Cup Lunch at the Cheeky Charlie’s where Ladies could get out their fascinators and the gents their “Chapeaux”.
Some AFCC members enjoying Bastille Day breakfast at the Red Lime Cafe, Woy Woy.
Merci Nathalie for organising!
AFCC members gathered to celebrate Fete Nationale, or Bastille Day, earlier this month.
We enjoyed some lovely pastries so thanks to all the organisers.
A new edition of La Gazette is available for download.
2017 classes will commence in Mid January in Wyoming with Viviane. The Bateau Bay classes will commence early February with Patricia. See our classes page for details.
We have been advised that the Erina library in Erina Fair (in the “Hub”) has just received a quantity of French books from the State Library. These are now available fro borrowing with a Gosford Library Card. The selection that is available contains both fiction and non-fiction books.
Members are invited to a Pre-Melbourne cup lunch at “Cheeky Charlie” Restaurant on Saturday October 29 at 12.00 noon.
The restaurant is on the left when entering from Karalta Road. It offers delicious meals for around $10. Confirm attendance to allow booking of tables by October 25 to Nathalie Nathalie.firstname.lastname@example.org 0r: Text: 0416 303 804
This year’s Bastille day is on Thursday 14th July. To celebrate, Alliance Française is organizing a BBQ on Saturday July 16th at the waterfront park adjacent to Gosford Sailing Club. Starting time is 11.30 in the morning. We will put up the AFCC Marquee plus table. There are BBQs on site, however feel free to bring your own, as we may have some non-AFCC competition for the burners. If the weather turns against us according to the weather bureau forecast we may cancel. You will find details on this site on the Friday before. À bientôt!
AFCC deplores the senseless loss of lives, injury and grief suffered by the people of Paris on Friday.
We wish to express our sincere sympathy and solidarity towards all French people on the Central Coast.
Whilst the hapless victims were in Paris, this crime affects not just the French people, but this crime against humanity affects all of us as well.
We grieve with them.