YOUR FRENCH WEEK 
Apéros Amis
Tuesday October 10
6:30pm|Bistro V on Greenwich Avenue
Listed today by the Sentinel as THE 5 THINGS TO DO in Greenwich! 
Venez nombreux ! 

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La joie de vivre
~ photos from past events with AFG members ~

A tour of the Versailles Farm
At Beth Gersh-Nesic's lecture on Delacroix
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COMING SOON
Reed Lecture Conversation
Tuesday October 16
1:30pm|Byram Shubert Library
International Book Club 
The Code Girls
Tuesday October 16
5-6pm|Byram Shubert Library

Part of "Greenwich Reads Together"

In Liza Mundy's prodigiously researched and engrossing new book, "Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II," she describes the experiences of several thousand American women who spent the war years in Washington, untangling the clandestine messages sent by the Japanese and German militaries and diplomatic corps. 
French Cinémathèque
Agnès Varda Film
Tuesday October 16
7:30pm|Avon Theatre

One Sings the other Doesn't -
L'une chante, l'autre pas (1977)
by Agnès Varda

The intertwined lives of two women in 1970s France, set against the progress of the women's movement in which Agnes Varda was involved. Pomme and Suzanne meet when Pomme helps Suzanne obtain an abortion after a third pregnancy which she cannot afford. They lose contact but meet again ten years later. Pomme has become an unconventional singer, Suzanne a serious community worker - despite the contrast they remain friends and share in the various dramas of each others' lives, in the process affirming their different female identities.


Advanced Tickets recommended!
$7 for members / $13 for non-members

Ciné Critique 
Jean de Florette
Thursday October 18
1:00pm|Cos Cob Library

Attention ! Ciné Critique a bien lieu jeudi 18 octobre et non mardi comme lindiqué par erreur.

Une histoire en deux films réalisée en 1983 par Claude Berri d'après un livre de Marcel Pagnol - Avec Yves Montand, Gérard Depardieu, Daniel Auteuil et Emmanuelle Béart. En Provence, au milieu des années 20, vivent le Papet et Ugolin son neveu. Ugolin a un grand projet: la culture des oeillets. Pour réaliser son reve, il convoite d'acquérir un mas dont la seule richesse est une source indispensable à ses cultures...Mais le mas en question échoit en héritage à un homme de la ville, Jean de Florette et sa fille Manon alors agée de huit ans. Pour parvenir à ses fins, le Papet échafaude un plan monstrueux...

Gratuit. Suivi d'une discussion en français 
Réservé aux membres AFG
Café Franco-Américain
9:30am
Friday October 19


Currently seeking native French speakers.
Limited space! Pleas e contact Susan Benthall at

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