Description

Bordeaux-USA provides to residents of Gironde the opportunity to share Franco-American friendship, culture and ideas through English-speaking events and our Library in the heart of Bordeaux.
We can try for FREE to take part to one talk (Thursday evening 7:00 pm) OR one conversation hour (see 'Practice your English' tab).

COMING NEXT !

April, Thursday 26th: Unknown Utah

Andy Jeffries will join us to present "Looking at North America". Andy has had several extended trips in North America over the last 40 years, which included driving across the continents both ways. There will be an empgasis on the South West and the Hig Desert régions that includes many famous National Parks. Come dressed in your cowboy or cowgirl boots and hats, Pardners!



Speaking of hats, Andy has worn many of them and in several countries. He has been a photograpaher, teacher, entrepreneur, musician... and has worked in the UK and USZA, France and Canada. Not to mention he's a member of BDX-USA! Which ever hat he's wearing, his presentation is sure to make us marvel and want to travel to see the beauty he has captured with the lense of his camera.





Thursday, April 19th: Don't Worry It'll Be Alright

Hervé Graciet, a French Basque European Citizen of the World, will explain how he remains happy because he is free. So never give up smiling!

He met his match 10 years ago with Mister Right and he’s called Francesco! They write songs and have produced 5 albums together; this is their way to bring a bit of melody and happiness to the world.





April, Thursday 12th: The "Camino"

Some know it as The Way of Santiago. Some as the Camino de Santiago. Some simply say The Camino. Whatever you call it, for 1000 years IT has been known as one of the most traveled pilgrimages in the world. Come join us tonight when two of our members, Armelle & Andrée, will introduce you to the fascinating history of the Camino and tell us why thousands of people from all over the world undertake this mythical journey.




Both have completed the pilgrimage...in their own way. Armelle started in Conques, France in 2013 and finished in Finisterra ('the end of the world') in September 2017. Andrée started in 2000 from St. Jean Pied de Port, France  and finished in 2001 in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. She also walked another part of the path in 2003 from Le Puy en Velay to Figeac, France

SPECIAL POTLUCK on Thursday 5th April !

Our monthly Potluck Dinner welcomes Jocelyne, an artist, for an Ephemeral Exhibition of some of her paintings.  :-)


Come enjoy some wine and nibbles while discovering her work...AND practice your English!



Free for Bordeaux-USA members.

(Please bring one or more of your favorite 'salé ou sucré' dishes and some drinks to share together).


€ 5 for Non-members.


You MUST REGISTER to participate via this form > https://goo.gl/forms/abOAK4dcNbBimbVS2





BDX-USA April Book Selection

Dear all,

here is the selection of books of the month. They are on display in the foyer of BDX-USA.




BDX-USA April Movie Selection

Dear all,

here is the selection of movies of the month. They are on display in the foyer of BDX-USA.



Thursday, March 29th - AGO

Join us for our Annual General Meeting
This is an important event and all members are requested to attend.
This is the annual occasion to:

  • Hear & review the Association's 2017 activity & financial reports.
  • Elect/re-elect members of the Board (Conseil d'Administration).
  • Hear & vote on Strategic Plans & Budgets for 2018-19.
  • Hear your thoughts about how the Association is run, and what we can do to best meet your needs.

Only members in good standing – who have paid their dues – can attend.
Guests are welcome after the meeting for un pot l’amitié.