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PARIS NETWORKING COCKTAIL (PNC): WEDNESDAY 24 October at 18h45 Visit Patricia's website - http://www.parissoirees.com
- (Photo: "Eiffel Tower" watercolor by artist Rosemary Flannery.)
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!
MAKE CONTACTS: SOCIAL AND BUSINESS NETWORKING, SELF-DEVELOPMENT. GREAT SOCIALIZING.
Weds 24 October At 18h45.
Our Guest Of Honor:
"MAKING IT IN PARIS: Setting Up Business As An Independent Artist In Paris"
From Rosemary Flannery: ":I will talk about how I came to design my cards as an artist, with
beautiful Paris as my inspiration, and then developed it into a small business.
During this brief career my cards sold (and continue to sell at the moment) at
the Hotel de Crillon, the American Embassy, musee Carnavalet, la Banque de
l'Image, Open Bus Tour, as well as at the Librairie de France in NY and other
venues. I was chosen as a panelist to speak at the Salon des Micro-entreprises
for the Rendez-vous des Micro-entrepreneurs Anglo-Saxons at the Palais des
Congres, Paris, in 2006. "Visit:http://www.rosemaryflannery.com/sparkycards/index.htm
Contact Patricia for Reservations WITH YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER PLEASE: email@example.com 01 43 26 12 88
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 de Clery. Make a short left (30 seconds) onto rue de Clery and then immediately a right onto rue de Mulhouse. There's also Les Halles, Reaumur Sebastopol and Bonnes Nouvelles. (Map under directions on website: www.parissoirees.com )
Participation: EUR 15. Great food and wine. Please bring cards
Weds 31 October: PNC: To be announced. It's Halloween.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
PARIS SOIREES DINNERS CHEZ PATRICIA EVERY SUNDAY AT 18h45
Sunday 28 October. Nuit Blanche Tours founder Karen Heinrich presents her book: "Practical Paris" Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weds 24 October At 18h45: Paris Soirees: PARIS SINGLES APERITIF . 15 Euros. Wine, Canapes, Appetizers. Great socializing. Reserve with Patricia WITH YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER PLEASE: email@example.com/01 43 26 12 88
A joint evening with the Paris Networking Cocktail.
OTHER FUTURE EVENTS
Tuesday 6 November at 19h00. THE SECRET: Artist Tom Byrne has a discussion group about The Secret. There was a recent evening on visualization. His next discussion will be on Creating a Vision board. From Tom: To put the subject in context, we will be looking at a part of the film,
'The Secret'. We will discuss the benefits of a vision board and methods of creating one. Contact Tom for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
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. Earl does a great job. It's quite intense. Reserve at email@example.com
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."