Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Mark Your Calendars For These Paris Soirees Events Chez Patricia

I need about 10 VOLUNTEERS for my stand (n° 12) at the Expatica.com Fair Sun 14 Oct. See below.*

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What's On This Week Chez Patricia's





The Ultimate Social Networking Opportunity. Great Food And Wine. Conviviality. Meet Other Nice People Who Have Things In Common With You. Speaker in English After the Cocktail. You Always Meet New And Interesting People!


Weds 10 October at 18h45 . Paris Networking Cocktail (PNC): Cocktail, Presentation, Plat du Jour, More Great Socializing. Native American Attorney Cate Stetson: Collector of Native American Art (One of the most important private collections of Native American Art in the US): "Native American Struggles in Court and on Canvas". EUR 15. Contact Patricia for Reservations WITH YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER PLEASE:
01 43 26 12 88 /parisnetwork@hotmail.com

Weds 17 October: PNC: Special Guest to be announced.II. PARIS SOIREES DINNERS CHEZ PATRICIA - SUNDAYS AT 18h45

Sun 14 October Author Leonard Pitt: "A Small Moment Of Great Illumination : Searching for Valentine Greatrakes, the Master Healer. "Reservations: parissoirees@gmail.com/ 01 43 26 12 88

III. Weds 10 October At 18h45: Paris Soirees: PARIS

SINGLES APERITIF . 15 Euros. Wine, Canapes, Appetizers. Great socializing. Reserve with Patricia WITH YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER PLEASE: /01 43 26 12 88 /singlesaperitif@gmail.com

A joint evening with the Paris Networking Cocktail. IV.

Sat 10 November 14h00 - 17h00: Special Event: Auto-Massage Afternoon: Traditional Chinese Medicine Workshop presented by Earl Ferguson, a gymnastics and motion fitness coach for more than 30 years, studying and practicing traditional chinese medicine for over 12 years. 30 Euros. Reserve at parissoirees@gmail.com

Leonard Pitt Paris Walking Tours: While in Paris, Next Sunday's speaker, Leonard Pitt, author of "Walks Through Lost Paris: A Journey Into The Heart Of Historic Paris" - is leading walking tours for small groups of passionate Parisophiles. For all the info visit his website, www.leonardpitt.com and click on Leonard's Paris Walks.

V. Sun 14 October. 10h00 - 18h00. Expatica.com: This year's “i am not a tourist” Fair! . Caroussel du Louvre. EUR 10.00 at the door. Visit: http://www.expatica.com/.

Visit Patricia's booth - stand 12. *VOLUNTEERS for Expatica.com “i am not a tourist” Fair!

SUN 14 OCT.Free ticket to Fair.. 2 hour intervals. Details from Patricia; 01 43 26 12 88 http:www.parissoirees@gmail.com - put VOLUNTEER in subject line.

FREE WIFI in Paris! Courtesy of Adrian Leeds and www.parlerparis.com : . "As of... Monday (16 July), 105 new and free WiFi sites were launched in the city, thanks to a program initiated by Mayor Bertrand Delanoë, administered by Alcatel-Lucent. In the open air, you'll now be able to connect your laptop at the Parvis of the Hôtel de Ville, at the Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Parc Monceau, the Jardin des Halles, Place des Vosges, Parc Georges Brassens and Parc Montsouris. In any one of 44 libraries, Espace des Blancs Manteaux, the Musée d'Art Moderne and the Maison de l'Emploi du 13ème Arrondissement are just a few of the municipal sites where you can surf away, free. For more complete information and a full list of sites, consult http://www.wifi.paris.fr "

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Patricia writes on being an Expat:"... As the years went by, I also realized that the feeling of being foreign and other, transcends even race. You are not part of their (French) culture. It doesn't matter who you are or of what origin you are. You're either French (in your head and behavior), or not. When I began to see that, I began to identify myself as an expat. The sum of being an American who lives in Paris, an African-American trying to find roots here, minus not being French - but seeing life internationally - on a large scale and permanently, equals my personal experience of being an expat."

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