Below are details of some of our regular activities. Please note that some of these activities are not running at the moment in line with current guidelines relating to COVID-19. The contact details, locations, and timings etc for those activities which are still taking place can be found on our Calendar and in our monthly Newsletter. If you are not a member and wish more information please join here or email us at :
The Art group meets armed with acrylic or water colours and paper, sometimes helped with photos from magazines when we run out of inspiration. We have our own artist member too.
Absolute beginners or experienced artists are welcome.We help each other out but, of course, have our own styles.
Group meets on Tuesday mornings.
The Group Organiser's details are given in each monthly Newsletter.
The Monday Bridge Group is a relaxed and friendly group that meets at various members' homes in and around Paris. There’s always a tea break with cakes and biscuits but, on special occasions, something stronger is served. We’d love to welcome new members so please get in touch!"
The Thursday Beginners’ Bridge Group plays at Marys' home every Thursday morning.
Please let Mary know directly if you wish to join her group.
The Saturday Bridge Group meets once a month for bridge, including lunch or dinner, in each other’s homes.
Numbers are limited. Any member wishing to participate should contact Anne for details of timing and location.
Full contact details are available in the Newsletter
The conversation group meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday afternoons of the month at
2.30 pm.Participants take turns in hosting the meeting in their homes.
The Beginners’ French Group will continue to meet in different locations.
Details of contact information for these activities are in the Newsletter
The needlecraft group is in fact a joint activity with the Women’s International Club ( Le WIC de Paris). We therefore have members from both groups. The only “qualifying requirement “ to join us, is that you bring along some work involving “needles”. This can be any form of sewing, such as patchwork, cross-stitch, embroidery, tapestry work, etc. but also knitting or crochet, as there of course you also use “needles”.
At various times, members have been making curtains, altering hems on skirts or trousers, makingChristmas decorations, and my own project is a Portuguese tapestry carpet.
We meet every Wednesday from 11am till around 5pm, meeting in each other’s homes, where the hostess of the day provides a light lunch. Those who wish to finish off the day with a gin and tonic. We are a friendly group and would be very pleased to welcome new members.
Monthly meeting at Member's home.
See Newsletter for host's name and meeting details.