Now that our building is fully reopened, we cannot wait to see you back at 53 Marlborough Street. As a member of the French Library* community, you can deepen your enjoyment of French and francophone cultures in the company of fellow members and friends who share your enthusiasm. As always, we make it our mission to bring you the highest quality offerings and, like everything else these days, this is getting more and more expensive. The generosity of members and friends like you makes it possible.Read More
Looking ahead to new beginnings...
A message from President and Executive Director, Barbara Bouquegneau
Hope…this has been the world’s currency for the past 19 months. Qui aurait cru?
As daily life increasingly begins to resemble “normal,” I reflect on pandemic life’s challenges and how we responded with new initiatives. And I thank you, our French Library volunteers, members, and students for staying with us through it all...
In our latest message from President and Executive Director, Barbara Bouquegneau, she looks back on Bastille Day and looks forward to the exciting year ahead for the French Library.Read More
"Chers amis - As this crazy year 2020 comes to an end, like many of you, I take time to pause and reflect on the dystopian year we have been having." Read more from Barbara, our Executive Director.Read More
The events of the past few days and demonstrations that are now being replicated worldwide touch us all. Today more than ever, the French Library asserts its commitment to its mission. We strive to inspire our diverse community of children, teens, and adults to explore, understand, and embrace today’s interconnected world. Our organizational values include respect, openness and inclusivity. We condemn racism and every form of discrimination and inequality.Read More