French festival at Trafalgar school

Celebration set for February 16

Bring your spirit, celebrate inclusion and enjoy some delicious fare.

Canadian Parents for French is celebrating community with their 10th anniversary Carnaval D’Hiver.

Through a joint effort by Canadian Parents for French, Traflagar Middle school, L.V. Rogers Secondary and L’Ècole Sentiers-Alpins the Traflagar Middle School entrance way will transform into a Festival of Lights with a French flair.

Featured dishes include francophone classics, crêpes, baked beans and La Tire D’Erable a traditional favorite. Play games for young and old, enjoy the music by the warmth of a fire hot chocolate in hand and visit with BonHomme.

Carnaval D’Hiver celebration goes Friday, February 16th, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Trafalgar Middle School, 1201 Josephine Street.

 

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