Atlanta Chapter

The Atlanta Chapter organizes a variety of cultural and social events for its members throughout the year. Proceeds from Chapter benefits have been designated for specific grants that members have voted to support. The Atlanta Chapter has raised funds for restoration projects in France, such as Hôtel de Talleyrand, Château de l’Hermitage and Abbaye de Valmagne, as well as for properties in the United States, such as Jean Hasbrouck House, and for New Orleans as part of French Heritage Society's Katrina Heritage Rescue Fund.

Chapter activity highlights include the annual luncheon with a guest speaker and a theme drawn from history, and the "Réveillon de Noël," an elegant Christmas dinner and silent auction at a private club. Intimate soirees, held throughout the year, complement an active program of lively speakers who present talks related to art and architecture, design, preservation and history.

French Heritage Society’s Atlanta Chapter Co-Chairmen are Suzy Wasserman and Liz McDermott.

For further information or to learn more about Membership, please contact the Atlanta Chapter directly.
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Save-the-Dates for the 2014-2015 Season

Joyeux Reveillon SmallTuesday, October 21, 6:30 PM - Bettie Bearden Pardee will speak at a cocktail culturel at the home of Leslie and Skip Petter. Her new book is Living Newport: Houses, People, Style. 

Wednesday, December 3 - Reveillon de Noel, annual Christmas Dinner and Auction at the Piedmont Driving Club.

Elise de Wolfe Paris SmallJanuary / February 2015 - Charlie Scheipes will speak at a luncheon at a club on his new book, Elsie de Wolfe's Paris: Frivolity Before the Storm. Exact date to be determined.