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The next two BAM 'Happy Hours' are on the 12th March and 26th March 2015 at Regina Cafe, Boulevard des Moulins.

The next two BAM 'Friday Friendship Club' meetings are on Fridays the 6th March and 20th March  between 3pm and 5 pm in St Paul's Church Library.

BAM Events for March

On Tuesday 11th March a private guided visit of the Grimaldi Forum has been organised.  The Forum is celebrating its 15th anniversary since its opening.  Many of you will remember the hole in the ground, so this is an opportunity to see the final building in all its glory.  The visit will be followed by tea in Cafe Llorca.  The tour will start at 2.30 pm followed by tea at around 4 pm.  Price for members:  €15 and for non-members: €20.  To book see Yellow tickets marked 'Events' on left hand side of screen.

On Thursday 19th March, we will be celebrating St Patrick's Day (a little late) in true Irish fashion at McCarthy's Pub, 7 rue du Portier, Monaco.  This is an extra BAM Happy Hour so the timings are the same 6.30-8 pm.  No booking necessary - just turn up!  Prices are Happy Hour prices for wine and beer;  a special priced dinner is available if you wish to stay on.

On Tuesday 31st March, author Francelle Bradford White is flying in from the UK to talk about her new book 'Andree's War' at St Paul's Church Library starting at 7 pm.  A true story of bravery and courage in occupied Paris.  Andree Griotteray was only nineteen years old when the Germans invaded France.  During the four years of Occupation she transformed from a teenager in search of fun and fivolity into a capable, fearless young woman, risking her life in service to her country and the Resistance.  Always modest about her actions during the war, Andree has been decorated by the French government for her bravery.  Now her moving and courageous story is brought vividly to life, told for the first time by her own daughter.  There will be a book signing at the end of the talk.  £10 from each book sold goes to the Alzheimer's Society.  Price for members €10 and €15 for non-members.  To book see yellow tickets marked 'Events' on the left hand side of the screen.















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