La Chandeleur – February 18th @ 3:00 PM

Join us for our La Chandeleur (Crêpe Day) Celebration at Edith’s French Bistro!
February 18, 2018 from 3:00 to 5:30 pm.

Sponsored by Astrid Hall, Financial Advisor at Ameriprise Financial

Reserve your spot!

Location:
Edith’s French Bistro – Mockingbird Station – 5331 E Mockingbird Lane – Ste 160 – Dallas, Texas

Adults (Member) – $12
Adults (Non-Member) – $15
Children under 12 – $8

Price includes one savory or sweet crêpe (ham & cheese, vegetable, Nutella or sugar and butter) and choice of coffee, tea, lemonade or hot tea (apple juice or lemonade for children).

Live accordion music provided by Dallas favorite, Vladimir!

Register today!

History of la Chandeleur
Though la Chandeleur is often associated with the Catholic holiday of Candlemas, it actually stems from pagan traditions. While some say Chandeleur celebrates the return of sunny days (crêpes symbolize the sun), others say that making crêpes using flour left over from the harvest ensures prosperity in the coming year.

And, of course, there is the traditional coin ritual: if you can flip a crêpe while holding a coin in your other hand, you and your family will not have to worry about financial problems.

Questions? Email us at info@afdallas.org.

Comments:

Comments are closed.