Celebrate Bastille Day Afro-Parisian style in Chicago at ‘Kiratiana’s Travel Guide to Black Paris’ book launch

July 11, 2010

Hey, Chicago-area Francophiles -- don't miss Kiratiana Freelon's ode to France's Bastille Day-book launch celebration from 6-8 pm on Monday, July 14.

Chicago-area Francophiles — don’t miss Kiratiana’s Bastille Day and book launch event Wednesday, July 14.


UrbanTravelGirl readers will remember my recent shout-out to fellow Chicagoan and new author Kiratiana Freelon, whose FAB Kiratiana’s Travel Guide to Black Paris: Get Lost and Get Found recently made its debut.

Those of you in Chicago who like me love all things French should be SURE to check out Kiratiana’s “Passport to Black Paris: A Bastille Day Celebration” and Travel Guide to Black Paris launch event. Not only can you pick up signed copies of her book (I DARE you not to plan a trip to the City of Light after checking out this take on Paris!), but the 6-8 p.m. July 14th  event will feature Afro-French cuisine, adult libations, Afro-French literature and bien sûr, good sounds. 

For more info on July 14th’s festivities at the gorgeous and historic Prairie Avenue Gallery in Chicago’s South Loop ‘hood, check out Kiratiana’s website. RSVP here at Ten20theband@gmail.com if you’re planning to go.

Bonne fête!

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  • 3. Chelle  |  July 13, 2010 at 6:13 pm

    BrownGirlsFly will be there for sure! Can’t wait to celebrate Kiratiana’s book and to connect with like minded travelistas face to face!

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