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Panel on Living in France: A Second Chance

More than 100 people attended Portland’s first panel discussion on living in France, on February 17, 2012. The discussion featured a group of Portlanders whose average home ownership experience in the country is 12 years.

Click here for an idea of the program (run the slideshow), where panelists, with homes or condos in all regions of France, shared their motivation, practical tips and experience in living a dual-country lifestyle.

Comments from the audience were very positive: “Very interesting and useful” –“Nice job, ‘twas a fun meeting” — “Very interesting and useful” — “The panel discussion helped me immensely to arrive at a major decision re: how to pursue my dreams of living in France” – “I was surprised to learn of the panelists’ experience in areas I would never have imagined.”

Since many people were unable to get into the first sold-out session, the panelists have kindly agreed to offer a second session which will be held on Friday, April 13, 6-7:30pm, covering the same material as the first. The cost to attend is $5 for Alliance members and $9 for non-members; refreshments will be served and attendees will receive printouts of the prepared questions (time in the program is also allotted to questions from the audience.)

Order your tickets below to reserve your seats. The last program sold out quickly, so act soon. Venue will be in a conference room at the church which is just below the Alliance’s Kamm House.



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Friday, April 13, 2012 6:00 PM
Friday, April 13, 2012 7:30 PM
FUMC adjacent to Kamm House
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1838 SW Jefferson St., Portland, OR, United States, 97201

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