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Alliance Française de Santa Rosa Bastille Day at Goguette Bread, July 12, beginning at 4pm

What higher place to have a good time Bastille Day than at a French-style bakery. The Alliance Française de Santa Rosa is holding its third annual gathering at Goguette Bread the place celebrants will take pleasure in breads and ice cream from Goofytogether with wine and croque-monsieurs, Parisian-style ham, sausages and pasta from Porcella House. There will probably be youngsters' actions, in all probability in French.

French American Chamber of Commerce and La French Tech SF Cocktail Celebration, July 12, 5 – 7pm

A Silicon Valley celebration will probably be Bastille Day Celebration Cocktail in Menlo Park. Not solely will there be French fanatics however fellow entrepreneurs, executives and traders will reconnect or forge new relationships toasting French know-how and enterprise with French wine and canapes. Open to all professionals in Silicon Valley.

Alliance Française de Sacramento National Holiday, July 13, 6pm – 10pm

The celebration will present enjoyable occasions for adults, teenagers and children. Tea French Alliance of Sacramento National Day will provide native distributors providing French wines and beers, drinks, meals and desserts on the market and to eat on website. Interactive video games, enjoyable actions and visitor performers for teenagers will preserve the household entertained whereas music, singers and karaoke will preserve the adults dancing via the night.

Mechanics' Institute 170th Anniversary Open House, July 13, begins 12pm

Founded in 1854, the Mechanics' Institute is among the oldest establishments on the West Coast. It's mixing its 170th Anniversary Open House with Bastille Day by making a sequence of occasions that commemorate the Institute and ending with a Bastille Day jazz live performance with Le Jazz Hot Quartet that includes French Gypsy Jazz created in Paris circa 1920.

San Francisco Bay Area Celebrates Bastille Day