Date(s) - 03/18/2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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French Canadian words and expressions embody much of the humor, color and history of a people rooted to the land, the environment , and the basics of daily life. Join us for an evening of sharing these phrases that give life to an inherently rich dialect.
Native French speakers Robert Perreault and Henri Vaillancourt will introduce the attendees to the words and expressions they have known, and encourage participants to share what they have heard in their households as French Canadians of Québécois and Acadian origin.
Participants need not know French to enjoy this activity as it will be conducted in English, and the French words and expressions will be explained and translated – often with humorous results.
Please note: this presentation is specifically about French Canadian expressions – Quebecker, Acadian, etc.
Bookings are closed for this event.