Broward County's African-American Research Library and Cultural Center to Host  Destination Friday "Springtime in Paris"
  
- Experience the glamour of French food, wine, fashion and more -
  

Springtime in Paris logo with Eiffel Tower.

DATE: March 19, 2014
MEDIA CONTACT: Steve Vinik
Libraries Division
EMAIL:
svinik@Broward.org
PHONE: 954-357-6190

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – Springtime in Paris is the third in a series of exciting Destination Friday after-hours events for ages 21-plus at the
African-American Research Library and Cultural Center, located at 2650 Sistrunk Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311. Enjoy an elegant evening beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, April 4, 2014. Experience the glamour of Paris through food, wine and specialty drinks (such as a "Paris Sunset," while supplies last), plus fun, fashion, live singing and dancing. Don't forget to dress up in the French vogue. Très chic!

Photographer Courtney A. Henderson of the University of Miami will display her landscape photography of Paris and discuss her time in France. Visit CourtAleisePhotography.com to see samples of her work. The Consulat Général de France à Miami is providing complimentary French guide books to attendees. Participants can also enjoy a fun video treat using green screen technology.

Purchase your $10 tickets at the door by card or cash, or order online at
Eventbrite. Broward County Library has already celebrated two very successful Destination Friday events: Mardi Gras and South Africa each attracted approximately 200 attendees.

Upcoming Destination Friday events are:
June 6 – Brazil
September 5 – Greek Isles
October 3 – Ghana, Africa

As each of these other Destination Fridays events approaches, the Library will provide more information about them and the opportunity to purchase tickets.

The award-winning Broward County Libraries Division, founded in 1974, is the largest library system in Florida by square footage and one of the busiest, with more than 9 million walk-in customers visiting its 40 locations annually. The library has more than 3.4 million items and 2,000 computers for public use, and offers hundreds of events and programs to meet the needs of Broward County's diverse community. Broward County Libraries Division continues its strong emphasis on literacy, after-school programs and electronic access. In addition to our comprehensive Web site, Broward.org/Library, which provides information about library activities, links to online catalogs, reference information and databases, customers can visit BCL WoW - Broward County Library Without Walls – for free eBooks, music, audiobooks, apps, movies and more. Customers may also follow Libraries on Facebook and Twitter. Libraries Division also administers the services, programs, collections and exhibits of the Broward County Historical Commission.



 
 
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