- Friday January 14, 2022 06:30 pm - 09:30 pm
- Alliance Francaise de Philadelphie
- Spaces left
POSTPONED : RACLETTE & TRIVIA NIGHT
*** IMPORTANT NOTICE : EVENT POSTOPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE ***
As it seems that the peak of the pandemic is yet to come and that the situation that we might expect on next Friday January 14 will certainly not allow a safe environment, we have decided to postpone the Raclette and Trivia Night until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience this postponement might cause and we truly hope that we will be able to find another date when the situation gets better, to finally enjoy this Raclette together.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like a refund.
THE RACLETTE IS BACK ! AND IT IS NOT ALONE…
You have been waiting for it for two long years, but the Raclette is finally making its come back ! And it comes along with new features :
we have decided to combined our two favorite activities at the Alliance to have the friendliest moment ever : a Raclette &
Trivia Night ! Share a friendly moment around a raclette and test your knowledge on France and the Francophone world with our quizz!
It is the perfect opportunity to strengthen your francophone culture, both enjoying the Swiss-French gastronomy and answering the quizz
questions with your team. The Alliance will take care of the food but feel free to BYOB.
*** WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ***
- Date : Friday January 14
- Time: 6:30 pm
- Place : Center City location, Philadelphia PA 19123
- Group Size: 20 maximum
Fee: $35 for members / $40 for non members.
(*** This is a BYOB event ***)
- Registration: at least 48 hours prior to the event (depending on the number of places left).
*** ABOUT THE RACLETTE ***
You know the weather is starting to get cold in when French persons invites you over for a raclette. Note : Raclette may be Swiss, but
France is the land of 1600 kinds of cheese. So it is no wonder that it has been quickly adopted by the French as a quintessential
must. Raclette is a semi-hard type of cheese, traditionally made from non-pasteurized milk. It originated in the Swiss alpine region and
today is largely produced in the Auvergne and Savoie regions of France. The cheese by itself is delicious, but it is usually eaten after it
is melted and placed on top of potatoes and charcuterie (salt-cured hams). Friends and family gather around the table and individually heat
up their trays of cheese, serving themselves (with copious amounts of wine, of course).
* * * HEALTH & SAFETY * * *
We would like to remind you the following in-person events’ étiquette :
- Covid proof of vaccination required
- Mask required during this event
- Food and drinks can only be consumed while being seated.