Bastille Day Schedule:
11-12: Armelle's performance
11-1: French crafts with Ms. Jacqueline (running concurrently with Armelle's performance)
12:15: CanCan dance performance by Dance Connection
12:30-2: Live music (English and French songs) with Charles Hipser
12:45-1:45: Showing of French cartoons and The Red Balloon inside the theater for children (running concurrently with C. Hipser's performance)
Sister Cities Table (Time TBD): Table with information about City of New Rochelle's relationship with our French sister city La Rochelle. Coordinated by Angela Derecas Taylor.
Lyceum Kennedy French American School: In celebration of the Petit Prince's 75th anniversary of publication, LK Ardsley will have a variety of kid-friendly activities focused on Petit Prince and French culture.
French Photo Booth: coordinated by market manager
Free Berets giveaway: coordinated by market manager
French-themed (temporary) "tattoo booth": coordinated by market manager
Red balloons: coordinated by market manager
French craft: coordinated by Montefiore hospital
French activity booth: coordinated by Alliance Francaise Westchester
French craft: coordinated by Montefiore New Rochelle
Evidence of nearly every stage of New Rochelle’s remarkable 325+ year heritage and American history can be experienced in the city’s downtown business district. The area that seems to physically radiate from the train station was actually settled nearly two centuries before the first train roared into town in 1848, making this downtown one of the country’s earliest. CLICK HERE to read more!