Celebrate all things French at Audubon Park's annual Bastille Day weekend


"Storming of the Bastille" - JEAN-PIERRE HOUËL
  • Jean-Pierre Houël
  • "Storming of the Bastille"
Whether you're a lover of all things French or just down for lots of wine and cheese, this year's Bastille Day festivities have a little something that just about anyone – Francophile or not – can enjoy. From Tour de France spin classes to baguette fencing, Audubon Park's 10th annual celebration aims to take you across la mer for a weekend where you can eat, drink and be merry. The entire Audubon Park Garden District is participating in the weekend's event, including Bikes Beans & Bordeaux Cafe, Redlight Redlight and East End Market, which will be throwing up a French photo backdrop through Sunday if you want to send a postcard or two to tes amis back home.

11 a.m. Friday-Saturday, July 14-15 | Audubon Park Garden District, East Winter Park Road and Corrine Drive | audubonparkgardens.com | free


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