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Bonjour Maison Villatte!

As you may already know the town wide read for 2013 is Animal Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life, with a more general theme of food related activities. This could be why we are so excited that today Maison Villatte has opened across the street from the library! We think it gets us ready to appreciate lots of delicious food! As a public service we have already crossed the street this afternoon to check out our new neighbors. We can tell you that everything looks really yummy, and that they will be open from 7 to 7, but closed on Mondays. If you want to know a little bit more about them you can check out an article that Brent Runyon wrote back in April about the forthcoming bakery.

We were sad this week to have Artie’s close after six years of serving us lunches, but so delighted to welcome Maison Villatte.

Need to practice your French so that you can order with authority? Don’t forget to try out our online language learning database Mango! Or watch a French language film on DVD!

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1. Jill | Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 11:51 am

Thanks so much Patricia for the Barbara Kingsolver tip! We are looking forward to lots of programming about local food (and hope that our new next door neighbor, Maison Villatte, will teach us something about baking bread)!

2. Patricia Gadsby | Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 11:54 pm

Patricia here (one of the Falmouth Farmers’ Market gang.) Very excited that Falmouth will be reading “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle,” and giving food more thought. Barbara Kingsolver, the author of the book has written a new novel, Flight Behavior, about the difficulty we have wrapping our minds around climate change. She gave an interesting interview to the Sierra Club about her writing process.
http://www.sierraclub.org/radio/programs/2012/scr-2012-11-17.mp3
“Bestselling novelist and essayist Barbara Kingsolver talks about her new book, Flight Behavior, in which climate change plays a central role.

Listen | Subscribe”

ps also thrilled about Maison Villatte—MV Boulangerie as we have taken to calling it.

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