Sunday, January 2, 2011

Bonne Année ~ Happy New Year!

The French call New Year's Eve "le Réveillon". It is usually celebrated with a feast called le Réveillon de la Saint-Sylvestre. This feast customarily includes special dishes like foie gras and champagne. The celebration can be a simple, intimate dinner with friends and family or a much fancier ball (une soirée dansante). On le Jour de l'An (New Year's Day), friends and family exchange New Year's resolutions and sometimes gifts. Some people eat heart or log shaped desserts. The holiday period ends on January 6 for the Epiphany.

And that's where we come in!
(photo credit The Full Wiki)
On January 6th, we'll just be starting our New Year's celebration! Join us Thursday evening through Sunday, January 9th (see our website for times) and get half off all holiday items.
PLUS on two days only (Saturday and Sunday) you can strike a bargain with our in-store dealers! See something you like? How about that freshly painted French provincial dresser tucked in the La Petite Rose room, the one-of-a-kind upholstered ottoman in the Le Chic Maison room or maybe that huge ornate frame hanging out in the open market? If anything priced over $25.00 is calling your name, make sure you perk up your ears because it's telling you that you can get it for a 10 - 25% discounted deal! Hope to see you soon!

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