On Saturday, April 28, the International School of Broward, a partnership of two French-American schools in Hollywood, will bring a little bit of France to Florida at “A TASTE OF FRANCE Made in Hollywood”.  This all-day festival is designed to introduce attendees to the beautiful and mysterious country of France and to help attendees “Discover France through its Culture, Gastronomy, and Artistry,” according to Virginie Askinazi, Board liaison of ISB and Headmaster deputy of Lycee Franco Americain.

The International School of Broward is a charter school in Hollywood, Florida that offers a two-way immersion education program in French and English. It was founded in 2007.  ISB has two schools, one from pre-K to fifth grade and the other one from grades 6 -12.  It is non-profit and tuition-free.

The all-day Festival, which takes place at the school at 3100 NW 75th Ave, Hollywood, FL 33024, opens to public at 10am.

According to Askinazi, there will be French restaurants preparing and selling food, and a variety of French companies which do business in South florida exhibiting their products and services.   There will also be a small “Tour de France” with electric bikes, a talent show with prizes for winners and a DJ for the teens. There will be lots of games for kids. Entrance to the event is free.

For information, call Askinazi at 786 999 3904.