The tech team will cover a few general topics like how to sign up for an event on the WICE website.
The team will take questions about computers, phones, tablets, and anything technical that puzzles you. Email your questions/problems to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q and A session with Zoom participants.
We will hold these hour-long informal sessions approximately once a month.
Tech Talk is free but you must register to participate.REGISTER HEREor send an email to email@example.com to receive the Zoom link.
Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disclaimer: This is advice only and to the best of our volunteers’ ability. WICE does not guarantee results and is not responsible for any damages to personal devices that may occur.
4-session course, March 1, 8, 15, 22
Wednesdays, 2:00 - 3:30
This is a Zoom online course.
The class covers the history, structure, and current practices in writing English-language haiku. Participants read and write haiku, engage in peer critiques, benefit from expert guidance, and submit haiku to popular journals.
Instructor is award-winning haiku poet Anna Eklund-Cheong
The class is offered to WICE members and—with an additional fee that includes WICE membership—non-members.
Find out more atWICE Language Courses WINTER TRIMESTER: January 9 - March 31, 2023 These classes have available spaces at reduced tuition:
(All languages classes will be remote for the Winter trimester.)
Tap the secrets of classic and contemporary masters
to create your own short story!
8-week course, February 14 --April 11 (no class February 28)
Tuesdays, 10:00 - 11:30AM
This is a Zoom online course.
Instructor Noah Weisz uses texts by celebrated authors to discuss principles of structure, characterization, plotting, voice, and description. You'll complete several writing exercises and one full-length short story.
Six fun sessions cover it all from casting on and basic stitches to designing with texture and color, and finishing your work. Even if you’re all thumbs right now, master knitter Deborah Hunter will have you knitting, purling, and showing off your work in a few short weeks.
In person, Wednesdays 14h-15h30: February 1, 8, 15, 22, March 1 and 15. You’ll receive the Paris address (near the Gare de Lyon) when you register.
You can still sign up at a reduced rate. For more information and to register, visit Learn to Knit!
Coming in March! Stay Tuned for Details!
Literary Louvre Walk: Read Jeannette Winterson’s novel, “The Passion," then explore artworks in the Louvre that enrich the experience. March 10 (tentative)
"No-Host Lunch," Le Saint Germain Café, 62 rue de Bac 75007. March 16. Details to follow.
Cooking Indian Cuisine with Chef Anjali Pathak
Tuesday 21st & 28 March, 12pm - 3pm
Photography class: Telling a story in Pictures with Juan Manuel Abellan
Date and location coming soon
Creative Expression and Drawing Workshop 30 March
More details to come in the March WICE Direct!
The WICE series of four leisurely walks will introduce you to famous names and fabulous buildings, social history and local legends, high culture and juicy scandal. Pick just one or take all four.
Instructor Deborah Hunter, from Edinburgh, Scotland, has a background in museums and culture, and enjoys exploring unexpected sights in familiar places.
Film-makers, philosophers, and famous artists, plus beautiful buildings, unusual shops, and the Gateway to Hell. Saturday February 18 11-12:30
For more information and to register for this walk, visit here.
Explore fascinating parts of Paris off the beaten path. This walk focuses on the quartier populaire south and west of Place Bastille, and the people who lived and worked there. Sunday February 26, 11-12:30
For more information and to register for Storming the Bastille, visithere.
Friday February 10 , 14h - 15h30 • Centre Culturel Irlandais
Helen Dunmore’s extraordinary novel is set against a landmark event in military history and in the annals of human suffering: the Siege of Leningrad.