Our guests enjoyed different specialty dishes of the region such as lePréfou Vendéen le Caneton de Sang de Challans, la Chaudrée Vendéenne.
At the end of the evening the famous Brioche Vendéenne was served, culminating with the traditional Dance of the Brioche.
Music was provided by the Ensemble Veronneau fronted by French Canadian vocalist Lynn Veronneau and her English husband guitarist Ken Avis.
Of course, regional wines and Cognac Tasting from the Distilled Spirits Council of the U.S. enhanced the festive atmosphere of the evening.
The Live Art creation by Graffiti Artist Rajan Sedalia was added to our auction. Throughout the evening, guests were able to continue bidding on the online auction items as well as the more than 100 prizes of the silent auction.
To view all the pictures taken during the evening go to our website’s photo album.
Eve Chauchard (CT President), Jean Philippe Krukowicz (CT Vice-President and Bastille Day master mind), and Michel Laudier (Assistant Treasurer) warmly thank for their support:
all the Chefs,
the whole Bastille Day team,
and all our guests,
who made this evening a great success.
See you next year for Bastille Day 2023!
After a break in August, don’t miss the many events organized by our members in September. We will update the Agenda often so go to our Agenda for the latest information.