53 Marlborough St
Boston, MA 02116
Join the French Cultural Center’s Monthly Literature Workshop
Un Mois, Un Livre is a monthly literature workshop that is led by Center professor, Benjamin Capellari. Intended for intermediate to advanced French speakers (B1+), it is presented in French in the Library. This month, join the Center for an in-depth discussion on Érik Orsenna’s L’exposition coloniale.
The required book, to be read in advance, can be purchased from the French Cultural Center Reception desk.
Price: Members: $20 | Non-member price: $25
About the French Cultural Center
The French Cultural Center of Boston is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to ensure the vibrant growth of French Language and Francophone Cultures in New England.
Their library houses the second largest private collection of French books, periodicals, DVDs, and CDs available in the United States, in addition to offering online accessible resources through Culturethèque. Their school, a member of the Alliance Française network, offers language classes and programs for adults and children. Their cultural programming showcases the many aspects of Francophone cultures through numerous lectures, concerts, cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, art exhibitions, holiday celebrations and more. Political and artistic personalities often hold talks at the French Cultural Center, making it the hub of French culture in Boston.
The French Cultural Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your membership and donations are tax-deductible.