Monday, September 20, 2010

Susan Loomis at The American Library in Paris~ Missing Paris Day

Susan Loomis, the author of the fabulous memoir and cookbook "On Rue Tatin" will be speaking at The American Library in Paris' 'Writers on Writing' Series Tuesday evening (9/21/10) at 7:30pm. If you haven't read her delightful book about life (and cooking) in a French village, treat yourself! Her newest book is called "Nuts in the Kitchen". For information about Susan's Cooking School, classes, country lunches or recipes, check out her website at
OnRueTatin.com.

ALP is located at:
10, rue du General Camou
(a couple of blocks from the Eiffel Tower)
75007 Paris, France
• Tel. +33 (0)1 53 59 12 60
http://www.americanlibraryinparis.org/

NOTE:
The American Library in Paris is having its Fall Open House on Sunday Sept. 26th from 13:00-19:00 featuring:

* 'Behind the Scene Tours' at 14:30, 15:30 and 16:30
* A special book sale
* A raffle for movie tickets
* Popcorn and beverages
* Calligraphy Workshop for kids (ages 8-12) from 15:00-16:30.

And Wed. Sep.22nd-7:30pm is 'Evenings with an Expert' featuring Michael House who will show a documentary on Eugene Atget and Berenice Abbott called 'Eugene and Berenice: Pioneers of Urban Photography'. Click here for more info.

If you're in Paris, check out ALP and its many events.

Wish I wasn't missing these!!

3 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

WOW, am I missing Paris more than ever...how I would LOVE to go to this!!! Stay well dear, Anita

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

I've read this book and loved it. She really went through some tough times in that little village at first. I'm usually terrible at remembering facts but I do remember her trying to win over the two neighbors. Funny that I should remember that. Will look for her new one. Thanks, Kirsten.

Catherine

Carla said...

I am sending you greetings from Paris. A little cooler today but the sun has come out!! Carla