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RĂ©ans, Armagnac, 32 Gers, France
Our objective is to promote friendship between women of all nationalities living in Gascony, SW France, to share our interests and to offer help when needed. The Club started in 2008, with twenty English ladies living in Gascony, using a foreign language and experiencing a new life. Since then, several different groups have been added and our membership has grown into the hundreds, with new ladies moving to the area and ladies who have lived here a while, who have discovered us, who want to make new acquaintances and discover new areas of interest. Today we have eleven nationalities, and our speaking/working language is English. The GLC meets on the second Tuesday of each month, excluding July and August.Every member receives an email each month, giving the name of the restaurant, the chosen, menu and a booking form. In 2014, we became a non-profit making Association, known as Ladies Lunch Club de l’Armagnac and was re-named in 2019 to Gascogne Ladies Club. Our annual subscription fee of 10 € is payable in January each year. Each member of the Club may participate in some or all of our various groups

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Bookclub meeting December 2014

The December bookclub meeting is on 
Thursday 18th at 2.30 at Pam’s in Reans. 

We will be discussing 
Babette’s Feast by Karen Blixen 

Babette's Feast

We will be discussing Babette’s Feast by Karen Blixen and seeing snips of the film as well. 

recipes here

And celebrating Christmas!!

Thank you everyone for coming to Book Club in November and producing an interesting selection of ‘Queens’.  
I have listed the books people chose below.
Thank you again to Brenda for the delicious cakes. 

Here are the list of November books:

The Summer Queen by Elizabeth Chadwick: 
the 1st of the trilogy about Eleanor of Aquitaine

Sue Townsend:  The Queen & I
TheQueenAnd I.jpg

Queen of the Witches:  Jessica Berens

Ned Sherrin:  An autobiography
Ned Sherrin: The Autobiography
Pauline Gedge: Hatshepsut - Child of the Morning
(the longest reigning ‘female’ pharaoh)

Child of the Morning
Queen of the Desert:  Georgina Howe about the life of Gertrude Bell

Daughter of the Desert: The Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell

Victoria’s Daughters:  Gerald Packard

Leap of Faith: autobiography of Queen Noor of Jordan

An Uncommon Reader:  Alan Bennet

Mary Queen of Scots:  
Caroline’s choice we will hear about later

See you at the December bookclub 
meeting on 18th, if not before.

The first meeting of 2015 will be on Thursday 22nd January.  
The book we have chosen is 
Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay.


For the February meeting on the 19th, we have chosen the theme of Sisters.  
As with our last theme, you find whatever you like, however tight or loose an association with sisters.

For more information about any of the above or our next meeting and venue, please contact:
LLC secretary: lunchclubgascogne(at)gmail.com
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