Thursday, October 19, 2006

The American Indian Medicine Wheel Presented By Jonathan Matsoukis. Paris Soirees Dinner Sun 15 Oct At 18h30

(We're participating in the Expatica Fair - stand 84 near the entrance. Then there’s the dinner afterwards at the the new apartment)

Paris Soirees Has A New Address! Patricia is so happy to have such a large apartment that’s full of light for Paris Soirees. The New Flat Is In The Hip Sentier District- Just Up From Bustling Rue Montorgueil And Les Halles. The Directions Are Below.


This Sunday 15 October At 18h30

Our Guest of Honor:

Jonathan Matsoukis And The American Indian Medicine Wheel

From Jonathan:

I first learned about the American Indian Medecine Wheel about 8 years ago and connected with it right away. It was and still is used by American Indians as a tool and guide to better understand the world and resolve personal or societal issues. Not many people know that the American Political System is actually inspired by the Medecine Wheel. What attracted me to this particular system was its sophistication and yet practical nature. It is both elegant in its design concept and rich in its content. I continue to find it a source of insight and inspiration.
Other than simply being a topic of interest, I intend to share some practical tools from this system that anyone can take home and try on. Please join us in this exploration of a system that so beautifully maps the journey of life.

I was born and raised in Paris and have lived between the US and France all of my life. I now reside in San Francisco, California which I see as a mother ship for new ideas and view points from around the world.

Chez Patricia: 13 rue de Mulhouse, 75002 Paris. Metro: Sentier (line 3). Take the rue des Petits Carreaux exit (very important). Cross rue Reamur. The street on the left should be rue des Petits Carreaux. Walk 2 blocks up on rue des Petits Carreaux. You’ll face an HSBC branch . (There’s Café Honoré on the right). That’s rue Clery. Make a short left (30 seconds) onto rue Clery and then immediately a right onto rue de Mulhouse.

20 Euros. Thanks for having exact change in an envelope with your name outside. Please include your card. GREAT FOOD! International Cuisine. (Southern US, French or other European. Thai. lovingly prepared as always by Patricia)CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY.If you don’t receive an email confirmation by Sunday, please call Patricia: 01 43 26 12 88E-mail:
parissoirees@hotmail.comLooking forward to seeing you on Sunday! Patricia

Paris Soirees Dinners Every Sunday At 18h30.
Sunday 22 October at 18h30 features writer Alice Steinbach.
Every Wednesday at 18h30: PARIS NETWORKING COCKTAILUnsurpassed Networking opportunities. Socializing. Great food and wine. Contact Patricia

Patricia is proud to have a 21st Century Parisian Salon. Our mission is to simply enlarge your circle of acquaintances in a safe and stimulating atmosphere while promoting Cultural Achievement, The New Age and Paris Personalities. And we have fun! We are THE gathering place for the International Community of Paris. Enjoy! Discuss! Meet new and interesting people.

(Patricia Laplante-Collins created Paris Soirees Dinners on Sunday and Paris Networking Cocktail events on Wednesday on the Ile St Louis to bring Americans in Paris together with Ex-pats, hip French and the International Community in a global meet-up. Evenings feature Literary, Art, New Age, Business, African-American and Black Paris themes presented in English. There is an intimate salon atmosphere and the focus is on meeting people in Paris and creating friendships. Patricia is also the founder of African- American Literary Soirees.)Visit our new website - Not yet finished but fab. Designed by T. J. Byrne ( ) (See Events).

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