If you’re living in the U.S. or just back for an extended visit and you don’t want to lose track of your French side, be sure to sign up for e-mail announcements from the French consulate (or Embassy, if you’re in the D.C. area).

Sacre Coeur Painted in Waterlogue
Sacré Coeur, painted with the Waterlogue App

 I’m on the list for Boston and New York. Here is the latest newsletter for events in Boston and New England, for example.

Sign up for the newsletter(s) you’d like to receive here. Or you can find an events calendar here.

You may also want to keep an eye on the FIAF (Alliance Française) events calendar.

Even if you’re not near a big city, French culture may not be far away! For example, my town in Maine has a monthly French conversation night. Check your local community listings.

What’s your favorite way to stay in touch with French culture while overseas?

 

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