Category Archives: Paris

“PARIS: SEX AND THE CITY. RELATIONSHIPS IN PARIS”: THE SPARK! HOW AND WHY DO RELATIONSHIPS BEGIN? Are Things Changing? Trends? Meraki Therapist Connie-Lee Bennett, Patricia’s Paris Expat Soirées And Dinners. Sunday 1 November 2015. 19h15

 

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Sunday 1 November 2015 at 19h15

“PARIS: SEX AND THE CITY. RELATIONSHIPS IN PARIS. THE SPARK.”

How do relationships begin? Why are they formed? (There are so many possibilities.) And, of course, there’s “love”. Are relationships in the city of lights really working out? Are things changing? What are the trends?

Special guest is Connie-Lee Bennett, Meraki therapist and new Parisian Expat. The topic is magical and Connie-Lee is a real pro.

Connie-Lee Bennett is one of the leading pioneers to bring Holistic Psychotherapy to the awareness of modern society through Meraki Therapy. In her practice she helps people find the tools within themselves to create a life they love. Connie-Lee has been involved in the world of psychology in both the academic and cathartic disciplines for over 15 years, is currently writing her first book and is a Holistic Psychotherapist, certified Heal Your Life® workshop leader, public speaker and teacher.

Please visit www.merakitherapy.com

Address: At a fun and trendy apartment in the center of Paris. We’ll confirm the exact address details with the reservation!

It’s €25.00 (EXACT CHANGE) for a fun dinner. Free-flowing wine.

A fun dinner, a great topic, meeting and networking with, fun, new international people.

Reserve on parissoirees@gmail.com WITH YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER PLEASE

 

TOAST PATRICIA’S BIRTHDAY AND MAKE SOCIAL CONNECTIONS. A BLAST. LET’S GET TOGETHER! FUN DRINKS, APPETIZERS OR DINNER AND MORE. MEET FUN, NEW, INTERESTING PEOPLE THIS SUNDAY. Patricia’s Paris Expat Soirées And Dinners. Sunday 4 October 2015. 19h15

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SOIREES EVERY SUNDAY!

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 FOR EXPATS OF ALL ORIGINS, FRENCH, VISITORS!

Sunday 4 October 2015 at 19h00

LET’S GET TOGETHER AND CELEBRATE AGAIN THIS SUNDAY!

HAVE A BIRTHDAY DRINK WITH PATRICIA!

There’s Always

“A BLAST OF CREATIVE ENERGY!”

When We Get Together.

Meet fun, new, interesting people.

Says Patricia: ” I’ve lived in 5 different countries and traveled in 20. I began while in college at age 19. I’ve been rooted in Paris for more than 20 years and am a French citizen. I’m always looking forward to meeting fun, new interesting people from everywhere. That’s my passion.”

(“I’m originally from Atlanta and attended Spelman College for a year before college at Sarah Lawrence in New York.”)

AND TODAY, OCTOBER 1ST IS MY BIRTHDAY!

THERE’S SOCIAL NETWORKING TOO.

Fascinating People. Brillant conversations.

Toast Patricia and have a fun drink, appetizer or main course at another of my favorite Latin Quarter restaurants. Wonderful gourmet quality food. On boulevard St. Germain at Maubert Mutualité.

Exact address details with the reservation.

(No online reservations or address. Please email to reserve.)

Buy your own drink, appetizer or dinner. €3.00 reservation fee.

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OF NOTE: John Pearce: Author and Part-Time Parisian, has spoken at two soirées about his novel Treasure of Saint-Lazare. Read the recent post on his blog: “Fifteen Years Of Paris Soirées Chez Patricia” (About Patricia’s Paris Soirées Dinners).
http://parttimeparisian.com/fifteen-years-of-paris-soirees-chez-patricia/

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Sunday 11 October 2015. 19h00: PARIS IN THE JAZZ AGE (1920s): JOSEPHINE BAKER. “Writers In Paris” Author/Filmmaker David Burke. (PATRICIA’S BIRTHDAY SOIREE). Reserve on  parissoirees@gmail.com

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PARIS. SEX AND THE CITY: RELATIONSHIPS IN PARIS

SUNDAY 11 January 2015

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“PARIS. SEX AND THE CITY: RELATIONSHIPS IN PARIS.”

A Talk And Discussion

Special Guest is Randall Garrett, Longtime Paris Expat, Man About Town, Former Paris Restaurant Owner And World Traveller.

Over many years, Randy has met many people on the Paris social scene and observed a lot about  the Paris Expat world and it’s relationships.


We have just entered 2015. Let’s let Randy guide us in looking at:

The art of letting go. Men and women, let’s let go of the past.


Let’s create new relationships. What are the keys?

Let’s look at how to make these new relationships work.

ADDRESS: In the Latin Quarter at one of my favorite places: An Indian restaurant called Maharajah, 72 Boulevard St Germain at the metros Cluny La Sorbonne or Maubert Mutualité. Great Food. Gastronomic. Many mild dishes too.

There is a €6 fee. Then you can order an appetizer or a dish from the restaurant. As you like. You pay for your drink and dish directly to the restaurant.

A Fun Dinner, a great topic, and meeting fun, new international people.

Reserve on events@parissoirees.com with your telephone number please. NO TEXT MESSAGES PLEASE.

Paris Odyssey: Romare Bearden, Henri Matisse, Homer

SUNDAY 4 JANUARY  1900-2230

The Inspiration And Adventure That Led To The Realization Of This Paris Exhibition.

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Odysseus Leaves Circe

 

(Exhibition to open January 19 at 18h30 at Reid Hall. Invitation to follow separately)

Special Guest is Robert O’Meally 

Columbia University’s Zora Neale Hurston Professor of English and Comparative Literature who conceived and curated the show.

Bob O’Meally will speak of what led to the Paris segment of the exhibition he conceived and curated on the legendary African-American artist, Romare Bearden.

The show is a modified version of the of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition “Romare Bearden’s A Black Odyssey” that Bob also curated and that is currently at the Wallach Gallery on Columbia University’s campus in New York.

“Paris Odyssey” is the first stop of a global tour that will also include Istanbul. There are Bearden’s collages and watercolors based on Homer’s epic poems the Odyssey and the Iliad. In Paris, his work will be paired with that of Henri Matisse, the French master, who was one of Bearden’s primary artistic influences. (Bearden studied in Paris after WWII.)

Bearden’s Odyssey and Iliad series will hang side-by-side with Matisse’s own Odyssean sketches, as well as Matisse’s well-known Jazz collages. There will also be the Paris Blues series, based on his memory of his time in Paris during the 1950s.

“Bearden not only staked a claim to the tales of ancient Greece as having modern relevance, he also made the claim of global cultural collage—that as humans, we are all collages of our unique experiences,” said O’Meally.

Romare Bearden, The Artist:

Born in Charlotte, N.C., Bearden moved with his family to Harlem as a young child, part of the migration of African Americans from the South to greater opportunity in the North.

Throughout his career, Bearden created images of the lives of travelers on their way to and from home, a theme powerfully explored in his “Odysseus Series.”

Bearden, a graduate of New York University,worked in a studio in Harlem. He returned to Paris in 1950, after serving in WWII on the European front, and studied Art History and Philosophy at the Sorbonne. During this experience his style evolved more towards abstractionism, making him an important figure in post WWII aims at Avant-Garde American Art.

Upon his death in 1988, his works were dispersed across the world. This show presents an opportunity to see many important works reunited.


 

Address: At a beautiful and fun apartment in the center of Paris. We’ll confirm the exact address details with the reservation!

It’s €25.00 (EXACT CHANGE) for a fun dinner. Free-flowing wine.

A Fun Dinner, a great topic, meeting and networking with, fun new international people.

Reserve by email to events@parissoirees.com with your telephone number. NO TEXT MESSAGES PLEASE