MaRCH 2 - JUNE 2

EXHIBITion : bonnard s' worlds

The Phillips Collection | 1600 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC

Bonnard The Phillips Collection

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concert : tuesday may 28 - 6.30 p.m.

La Fanciulla del West, by Giacomo Puccini   

The Washington Opera Society

at La MaisonFrançaise in Washington, DC

Pucini the Washington Opera Society

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on line : Thursday, June 6, 7:30-9.00 P.M.

How to Read a Medieval Stained-Glass Window :

The St Lubin Window

organized by the American Friends of Chartres


Join us to decipher the complex layers of a medieval stained-glass window as we ‘take a deep dive’ into the window dedicated to St. Lubin in Chartres Cathedral, one of the first windows you encounter upon entering the Cathedral, it recounts the story of a sixth-century bishop of Chartres.

Together, we'll investigate the many artistic and narrative strategies artists used to convey his history. Wine—both sacred and secular—is perhaps a surprisingly crucial ingredient in the telling! Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a new lens through which to view and appreciate medieval stained-glass windows. Mary Shepard will be our guide.



EXHIBITION : June 17 - 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.

Sport-Friendly: Le terrain de la diversité

at La MaisonFrançaise in Washington, DC

(located inside the French Embassy)


As part of the Olympic Games in Paris and Pride Month, the National Coordination of the Alliances Françaises in the United States is hosting an exhibition showcasing inclusivity and diversity in sports. This event, scheduled for Monday, June 17th at 7pm, celebrates the opening of the exhibition, which will be displayed at La Maison Française all summer.

Themes such as gender equality, disability rights, LGBTQI+ representation, anti-racism, physical diversity, and school harassment are highlighted by this collaborative exhibition, which brings together 21 Alliances Françaises and Institut Français in 16 countries. This project is labeled "Cultural Olympiad Paris 2024".

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SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 7:30pm


Match de foot

Come and join your fellow Belgians in Washington to show your enthusiastic support for Belgian soccer player,Christian BENTEKE, and attend the DC United Home Game against Houston. Gates open at 6:00pm. Tickets are already live and ready for purchase at a reduced group price of $30/person. Section 122, Rows 20, 21, and 22 are reserved for the Belgian Community (Gates A, B or C)