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Fevrier 2008
Sunday, January 27, Chandeleur (Crêpes festival)
The Alliance Française de Fresno presents:
An evening of mirth and merriment!
La Boulangerie, 6:30-8:30 P.M.
Homemade crêpes by Patrick Bourrel
Selection of fillings and drinks provided by Alliance Française Board Members
Cost:
$10 for members; $15 for non-members
RSVP by January 23 to Françoise Kinzel at 224-0419
Tombola Drawing will be held for two free tickets to Paris and other prizes!
Tombola Tickets Still Available:
Call Françoise Kinzel at 224-0419 for tickets or more information.
1
st
Prize, 2 Airline Tickets to Paris,
Additional Prizes
:
2 tickets Grand Opera production, Alliance Française
French course tuition, 2 tickets Fresno Philharmonic concert, dinner for two Café Rousseau, 2 season tickets Keyboard
Concerts, 5 tickets Fresno Film Works, Campos Brothers Farms gift basket, Sephora French beauty products gift basket,
complimentary wine from WineStyles, Trader Joe’s gift basket, French Champagne from Costco, Framed archival
Montmartre photo print Rebecca Caraveo
Les Galettes (Kings’ Day Cakes):
January 5 to 31
Support our Scholarship Fund and enjoy a delicious French tradition!
Galettes are available at
La Boulangerie
(Fig Garden Village, Palm & Shaw) throughout
the month of January. Thanks to Patrick Bourrel’s generosity, each galette sold means a
contribution to our Scholarship Fund.
Orders can be made with the bakery (222-0555).
February 20, 7:00 PM
:
Le Sénégal:
The Path of Two Adventurers
A lecture in French and English by Adama Gueye & Terry Allen
Woodward Park Library, 944 E. Perrin, near Champlain (433-3135)
There is no charge for the lecture.
The public is invited to attend.
A reception will follow.
Adam(a) was born in Thies, a city an hour’s drive from Dakar.
He received his BA in 1994 from Cheik Anta Diop
University, his Masters in 1996, and his first post-graduate diploma in 1997, the first step of his doctoral studies. In 1998, he
entered the National Teacher Training School and obtained a high school teaching credential.
In 2007, he earned a Fulbright
exchange position for a year at Bullard High. Adam(a) is currently working on his doctoral project on “Gender Issues” and
looks forward to meeting scholars who can help in that field.
Terry was born and raised in the Fresno area attending Bullard High School, CSU Fresno for his BA and MA, and the
University of LaVerne for his doctorate in educational leadership.
After receiving his BA, he served as a Peace Corps
Volunteer in Senegal.
In 1965, he returned to finish his teaching credential and begin his 35-year tenure at Clovis Unified as
teacher, learning director and elementary school principal.
He retired in 2000 and presently teaches 11 units per year at CSU
Fresno and serves as an arts education consultant to the Fresno Art Museum’s ArtSmart program.
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