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Best in the city in February

French Events

This year again Le District will host The Raclette Party on February 8th. To reserve click here. This Valentine’s day enjoy a private dining experience like no other....

The team from Dine Privé introduces their immersive pop up dining experience, La Petite Mort. This 3 hour dining experience is themed around love, lust and transcendence, or the cycles of life we all experience. On February 24,, over 20 chefs will battle for cassoulet supremacy at The Eventi Hotel during this 6th edition of the Cassoulet War.



Happening now until February 16th enjoy the online french film festival "My French Film Festival" featuring short and feature films. On February 5th, THE PAINTING Movie Night and Q&A by Cultural Center of the Lycée Francais de New York .

On February 7th, the classic movie "The Passion of Joan Arc" will be shown at "Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National" On February 14th Ciné-kid - French Movie Night: Le petit Prince at La Caravane FrancoFun.


On February 21st Come create your own masterpiece inspired by work from famous artists and various techniques.This month the Art is inspired by French Paint Georges Seurat. On view at the Brooklyn Museum, until May 3rd 2020, JR: Chronicles is the first major exhibition in North America of works by the French-born artist. Working at the intersections of photography, social engagement, and street art, JR collaborates with communities by taking individual portraits, reproducing them at a monumental scale, and wheat pasting them—sometimes illegally—in nearby public spaces.


On Feb 8th Joé Dwèt Fi will play at Amazura From Haitian heritage, Dwèt Filé sings in French, and his music borrows sounds from the kompa and zouk musical traditions. By 2019, he had released two albums, 2018’s "#Esolf" and 2019's "A Deux" the same night the electronic Duo Bon entendeur will play at Elsewhere. Also on the 8th CLAIR DE LUNE - French Songs by Moonlight. An evening of beautiful songs of Berlioz, Debussy, Duparc, Fauré, Hahn, Liszt and Satie.

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