Join us for a special family-friendly “goûter en français” over crêpes and cidre, before heading out to your Super Bowl party!
Celebrated on February 2nd, la Chandeleur aka “Crêpe Day” is a French holiday during which people traditionally eat crêpes and drink cider. This tradition has different origins (religious and pagan), but as you might noticed, every French holiday is an excuse to eat something delicious, so think of la Chandeleur as a tastier version of Groundhog Day!
Come and learn more about crêpes and la chandeleur, chat in French with fellow francophiles, and “mettez la main à la pâte” by trying your hand at making traditional French crêpes!
Sweet toppings (nutella, jam, sugar) and apple juice/cider will be provided but feel free to bring any other favorite toppings or refreshments.