A new date for the expatriate picnic is in the diary – come and meet the community

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Unfortunately, due to poor weather conditions, we had to cancel the previously planned expat picnic (May). The good news is that we have set a new date and we would have to be very unlucky to have rain in July!

You can stay informed about this event through the Facebook event here (if you’re not already a member of Expatriates in Paris Facebook group you will need to join there first to be able to see the event)


Picnic Details

When: July 8th
Time : Start 13:00, End – we’ll see
Where: Cité Universitaire, on the grass (the exact spot we are aiming for is here  (if you’re not already a member of Expatriates in Paris Facebook group you will need to join there first to be able to see this post)

The plan
We spend a fun SUNNY Sunday afternoon together, eating, drinking and playing lots of games (for those who want to – no one will be forced to play 😊

How to find us
We will place some flags so we can easily be spotted – i’ll post in the comments the spot we’ll aim for. When you arrive come and see myself or Ines, we’ll give you a name badge so everyone knows who you are and it”s clear that you’re part of the group

Activities
Bring any games activities, instruments you like, the more things going on the better 😊, We will bring; a football (soccer ball), Petanque set, Frisbee, Mölkkyset, Soft Cricket Bad (and ball)

YOGA Registered Yoga instructor and nutritionist Tiffany Yan fromwww.blossom.co The blossom will be teaching a 30 minute yoga class at the picnic 😊 Beginners are welcome to join in, just let us know if you’re interested on the day so Tiffany knows who to call up.

Who is welcome
• Expats and locals who want to meet up with international people
• Can you bring friends? Of course!
• Can you bring kids! Absolutely, several attendees have said they’ll bring their kids, and we are bringing our 1 year old 😊
• Can you bring dogs? – The picnic is on the grounds of Cité Universitaire, if the grounds allow dogs you’re welcome to bring them 😊

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