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Are you a Francophile? (Somebody Who Likes France, The French, or The French Way of Life) :: San Francisco

If you answer “No”, that’s perfect because:

A) You must be a really nasty person with no passion for life, so we don’t want you anyways!

B) And — since the Annual Fundraiser La Soirée 26th Beaujolais and Beyond Festival is definitely gonna be a sell-out event — it just means more tickets available for all of us Foodies, Winers, Shoppers and fun Francophiles!

Some people cross off the calendar days until Christmas or their Birthdays but I’ve always X’d out the days until “Beaujolais Nouveau�? (first wine of the year) hits town. And there is no “Funner” way to take advantage of this opportunity than to:

Come and celebrate the launch of the First French wine of the year at the annual fundraising event organized by the French-American Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco. This is a time to celebrate the harvest in a grandiose atmosphere of Food and Wine tasting. If you can’t make it to France in time for the traditional celebration of the uncorking of the first wine of the year, join 1000 avid party-goers for an evening of celebration right here in San Francisco.

Schedule: La Journée Bleu Blanc Rouge
Saturday, November 17th 2007 — three great events taking place in the majestic Hyatt Regency Hotel, 5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, which is so festive at this time of the year.

1) French Food and Wine Tasting: 5.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Silent Auction: Over 100 items last year!

2) Le Marché: 1 to 6 pm
A Holiday Market showcasing products with a “French touch�?. (Perfect for stocking up on unique holiday gifts.)

3) La Before: 2.30 to 4.30 pm
A Professional French sparkling wine tasting open to professionals only.
Music and dance with a DJ who will spin French and American tunes.

Purchase tickets at www.faccsf.com or call: (415) 442-4717
Member: $50; Non-member: $60; At the door: $70.

More Info: French American Chamber of Commerce San Francisco.

By Vagablond’s Token Redhead.

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  1. I found your site and wanted to let you know about the new social network for Francophiles at http://www.francophilia.com.

    We’re still in beta testing, but please come by and join us. And share the info with your Francophile readers and friends!

    I look forward to meeting you at Francophilia.

    Pamela Poole

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