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There is plenty of parking at our new location of 75 Charter Oak Ave (parking lot is off Wyllys St.), Building 1-Suite 202 Hartford, CT

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Lisa Anselmo, the story behind her new memoir, My (Part-Time) Paris Life: How Running Away Brought Me Home

Description:

Meet author and travel-show host, Lisa Anselmo, and hear the story behind her new memoir My (Part-Time) Paris Life: How Running Away Brought Me Home (Thomas Dunn Books/St. Martin’s Press). After the death of her mother from breast cancer, Anselmo bought a tiny apartment in the 11th arrondissement, then took a leap of faith and left a corporate job to live “the dream” in Paris. But her high-school French went only so far when Paris gave her a strong dose of real life. From dating to home ownership in a foreign country, Anselmo shares her heartwarming -- and sometimes heartbreaking -- tales of learning to live like a local in the City of Light.

Anselmo will be signing copies of her memoir, My (Part-Time) Paris Life, which will be available for sale at the event.

About the author:

Anselmo splits her time between New York and Paris, and has a blog, My (Part-Time) Paris Life, as well as an inspirational new Web series of the same name that takes viewers to Paris's locals-only neighborhoods, and features Parisians and expats who are finding success by following their hearts. Anselmo is also the co-founder of No Love Locks, an association working with the mayor of Paris to rescue the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site currently devastated by the “love locks” trend.

The presentation will be followed by wine, cheese, grapes, and baguettes.

Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 3:00 PM.

$10 for Alliance Française member; $15 for non-members

Lisa Anselmo head shot and book collage

Directions to our new location The building is on the corner of Charter Oak Avenue and where Columbus Blvd becomes Wyllys Street. If there are no parking spaces available in the front lot, either park on the street or continue down Wyllys to the second (small) or third (large) lot on the right. We are in building 1 on the second floor and you may enter through the main doors or the side door (on the right). There are stairs in the main entrance and to the right of the stairs the hallway leads to an elevator. On the second floor turn left and look for suite 202.  Map

   

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