On Wednesday, January 6th (6:00 p.m., online event on Zoom), join our passionate teacher Céline to discover Epiphany.
Epiphany, sometimes called Three Kings' Day, is usually celebrated on January 6th. The feast commemorates principally (but not solely) the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child.
In Francophone Europe, people share one of two types of king cake that day and throughout the month of January. In the northern half of
France and Belgium the cake is called a galette des Rois, and is a round, flat, and golden cake made with flake
pastry and often filled with frangipane, fruit, or chocolate. In the south, in Provence, and in the south-west, a crown-shaped cake or
brioche filled with fruit called a gâteau des Rois is eaten. Both types of cake contain a charm, usually a
porcelain or plastic figurine, called a fève (broad bean in French).
FREE event in French.
Do not miss the opportunity to practice French in a friendly atmosphere!
You have to register to participate. A link to connect will be send prior to the event.
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