You are invited to The Wellesley Club of France Annual General Meeting
Renee Zachariou ’13 (Sciences Po) is happy to invite you to a private tour of the Lab at Google Arts & Culture.
Please join the WCF book club for our next gathering on Sunday, January 19, 2020 at the home of Florence Solente.
Wellesley professor Bunny Harvey to show her latest works in Paris!
Please join the WCF book club for our next gathering on Sunday, December 1, 2019 at the home of Florence Solente.
Please join the WCF, the Barnard Club of France and the Smith Club of France for a very special event celebrating the inspiring stories of our alumnae in France entitled “Life so Far: Inspiring Women Tell Their Stories”.
Save the date! Please join the Wellesley Club of France for an incredible whiskey tasting with whiskey expert, Anthony Moreira (husband of Molly Cyr ’13) at the home of Betsy Kasha ’86.
Please join us for our next book club hosted by Karine Gallean ’86 and a great summer read!
Join the WCF in welcoming the WIA students, Dr. Monique Fecteau, and Wellesley French Professor, Helene Billis, to France as they start their fall semester.
Please join the WCF for an after-work summer cocktail party in honor of Marisa Shariatdoust '09, Wellesley College Development Officer and Laura Adamczyk '87 Senior Development Officer at the beautiful home of Betsy Kasha '86.
We hope you can join us for a next book club gathering at the home of Zara Faridany-Akhavan ’81.
Please join us to hear Wellesley Professor Catherine Masson’s fascinating lecture on George Sand and the influence she had on American women at the home of Pamela Boulet ’87.
Wine and cheese reception to welcome visiting professors Datta and Fischer to France.
Easy guided hikes in the Sainte-Victoire park, WIA hosted luncheon with students and alums, ‘speed-networking’ round-table followed by a reception, the Caumont Museum…and much more!
We hope you can join us for an exclusive private guided visit of Versailles organized by Monica Gaitan ’10 (Soriano).
Diner Marocain in honor of Anissa Bouziane's '87 latest novel Dune Song.
Join us for the Young(ish) alum Apero on Friday (November 9th) at Café des Initiés, 3 Place des 2 écus (between Les Halles et Louvre Rivoli).
Please join the WCF for a luncheon in honor of Rosalie Wolf's '61 visit to Paris on Friday, September 28 at 12h30
We will be reading Lauren Groff's 'Fates and Furies'.
We will be discussing “Mothering Sunday” by Graham Swift at the home of Florence Solente ’61.
Wellesley Alumnae Association outgoing board member Désirée Urquhart DS ’99 will be in Paris and would like to meet with alumnae on Saturday, July 7.
Save the Date for our next WCF Book Club. We will be reading The NY Times bestseller, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari..
Acceptance letters are out!! Come on over to Holly’s place to share your experience at Wellesley.
Please join the WCF for our first Entrepreneur Get Together and Cocktails on Sunday, April 15 from 6pm-8pm at the home of Betsy Kasha ‘86.
Inspired by ee cummings "spring is like a perhaps hand"
March WCF Book Club: "So Long a Letter"
We will be reading the beautiful book 'An Artist of the Floating World' by Kazuo Ishiguro
You are invited to The Wellesley Club of France Annual General Meeting (Assemblée Générale Ordinaire) on Sunday, 07 January 2018, at 5:15 p.m., SHARP at the home of Kathleen de Carbuccia ‘62, 83 Avenue Foch, 75116 Paris (metro Porte Dauphine).
We will be discussing a detective novel, The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling!).
Joy St. John, Wellesley's Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, will be coming to Paris on Friday, November 17, 2017 and we are thrilled to host a cocktail reception in her honor at the home of Kathleen de Carbuccia '62 from 19h-21h.
We will be reading Hillary Clinton '69 book, WHAT HAPPENED?
Lunch in honor of Susan Lohin, our beloved Wellesley College Alumnae Association champion from campus and Laura Adamczyk '87, Major Gift Officer at Wellesley
Join the WCF in welcoming the WIA students, Dr. Monique Fecteau and Wellesley French Professor Helene Bilis to France as the start their fall semester.
We will be discussing Fredrik Backman's My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry .
Please save the date for our next book club Sunday, June 11 at 17h. We will be discussing the international best selling novel (and soon to be a major motion picture!) MUDBOUND by Wellesley alum Hillary Jordon '84.
Please join the Wellesley Club of France and the University of Pennsylvania Club of France for a private walking tour of Paris on Sunday, June 11 at 14h.
Please join the Wellesley Club of France in for a lunch in honor of visiting Professor Selwyn Cudjoe on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 13h00 at LES DEUX ABEILLES (189 rue de l'Université, 75007 Paris).
Yuri is leaving France and we will miss her very much. Come celebrate her with the Wellesley Club by having a drink with us on March 25th.
We will be reading The Lowland by Pulitzer Prize winning author, Jhumpa Lahiri which was nominated for the Booker Prize and National Book Award for Fiction Finalist!!
Arab of the Future (L’Arabe du Futur) by Franco-Syrian cartoonist Riad Sattouf
Please join us for our next book club on Sunday, December 4th at 5 PM chez Margaret Peyrard ‘80
The book is "Inherited Disorders" by Adam Ehrlich Sachs
We are honored to host Professor Catia Cecilia Confortini who will give a talk entitled "Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: 101 Years of Feminist Peace Work.”
Come join the WCF starting at midnight to watch the results of the presidential election.
Please join WCF Young Alums (and the Young at Heart!) for a Happy Hour (or two) with the Yale Club on Wednesday, October 12 from 19h30 to 22h00
Please join the WCF for dinner in honor of Milena Mireva's '01 visit to Paris
We will be discussing the National Book Award Finalist, "The Buddha in the Attic" by Julie Otsuka.
Please join the WCF and the Yale Club for a private walking tour of the Marais on Sunday, September 11 at 14h.
Reception at the home of Sally Katz ‘78 to welcome Dr. Monique Fecteau, Wellesley-in-Aix students, Hélène Bilis, Assistant Professor of French and present SAF awards.
Summer reading page turners: Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels.
For those who have already been lucky enough to indulge in Maggie's cuisine and for those who haven't yet tasted her treats, Maggie has kindly invited us to her home on Friday, June 3 at 12h30.
Please join us for next month’s book club gathering chez Pamela Boulet ’87 on Sunday, June 12 at 17h.
You are cordially invited to join us and attend the American University Clubs of France's 23rd Annual Embassy Reception & Summer Cocktail in the presence of the Honorable Jane Hartley, U.S. Ambassador to France.
Please join us for next month’s book club gathering chez Sally Katz ’78. In honor of Women’s History Month, we have selected “Catherine the Great, Portrait of a Woman” by Robert Massie.
Come to support this years group of undecided women and their families during such a critical period. Let's give them a Wellesley welcome and show them what Wellesley is all about !!!
Please join the WCF Book Club on Sunday, March 20th at 17h chez Margaret Peyrard '80. We will be discussing Margaret Atwood's "Cat's Eye".
Please join us for a WCF lunch on Friday, February 12 at 12h00 at the fabulous “TREIZE” restaurant! Southern comfort food and the best carrot cake on earth…
Young alums gathered at Max y Jeremy. Thanks to Monica Gaitan ’10 (Soriano Fellow) and Margaret Van Cleve ’11 for bringing everyone together!
The book club discussion for "All The Light We Cannot See" by Anthony Doerr was hosted by Yuri Cartier '05.
Please join the WCF for a holiday reception and goodbye party honoring Margaret Van Cleve ’11, who will be returning to the US in January.
Renee Zachariou (Sciences Po’13) guided tour of the Carol Rama exhibit at the Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
On Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 17h00 our Book Club met again to discuss The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz.
The WCF Annual General Assembly (Assemblé Générale Ordinaire) will be held on Saturday, January 9, 2016 at 17h00 at the home of Kathleen de Carbuccia ’62.
Save the date for our next Book Club on Sunday, October 4 at 17h.
Join us for our next book club meet-up on Sunday, January 31, 2016 at 17h at the home of Pamela Boulet ’87. Clare Minnies ‘07 will lead the discussion.
Wellesley commencement speaker Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s "Americanah" selected for our next book.
“Lola Alvarez Bravo: From Radical Photomontage to the Official Mural 1935-55”
The book we are reading is The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery.
If you have not done so already, please remember to RSVP for the WCF's private guided tour of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France lead by the illustrious Directeur des Affaires Culturelles, Thierry Grillet.
In honor of Ellie Zurn’s ’56 visit to Paris.
Book discussion: "Can We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" by Roz Chast
Talk and reception with Wellesley Professor Corrine Taylor on the Quantitative Reasoning Program at Wellesley College hosted by Pamela Boulet ’87.
The Achievement Awards, which have been presented annually since 1970, are the highest honor given to Wellesley alumnae.
Mark you calendars for the Wellesley Club of France Garden Party to kick off summer at the home of Danielle Johnson.
Our very own Renée Zachariou ’13 (Sciences Po) guided us through the magnificent work of Sonia Delaunay.
Maureen Siegel ’05 led the animated discussion of Louise Erdrich’s novel, The Round House.