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Our Marché de Noël is back with its 14th edition! Last year's Marché de Noël was a tremendous success with over 650 visitors and this year's holiday market promises to be even more exciting.
Come find the perfect gifts with a French flair. Stroll through the Center, enjoy a complimentary glass of warm cider or mulled wine and discover or rediscover the wonders of the French touch. Culinary treats, clothing, linens, soaps, crafts and more will be available from merchants bringing the essence of France to Boston.
Once you get in, make sure you sign up for our raffle for a chance to win wonderful gifts kindly donated by our vendors!
Members must present a valid membership card for free admission, and to enjoy discounts offered by most vendors – you will be able to sign up for a membership onsite.
Photos from previous Marchés de Noël
Eiffel towers, milled soaps, real mustard and all the familiar French touches abound
Browsing the gallery
Our 2015 Marché de Noël welcomed over 750 visitors throughout the day!
Treats for all ages
Whether its fresh breads and patisseries or a piping hot crêpe, the Marché de Noël always offers something to tempt your tastebuds
A cup of cheer
What Marché de Noël would be complete without a delicious (and complimentary) cup of vin chaud?
Because we go way beyond baguettes
French winter antidote: croissant et chocolat chaud
In person Baking Event in French
Don’t you wish you could take a bite of a “just out of the oven” real French croissant, beurré à souhait and dip it in your morning coffee? Make your dream come true by rolling up your sleeves and join to Sonia to learn how to make delicious French croissants.Read More
L'Heure du Conte
French story time!
We invite parents and children to gather in the children's room of our library for a magical story time in French!Read More
The impressionist revolutions
In person Master Class: French Culture and History
Master class on Claude Monet, Berthe Morisot, Paul Cézanne and Auguste Renoir: four sessions and one Museum of Fine Arts visit to better understand the French impressionists.Read More