Dear Friend of the Lycée:
The Lycée French Market (LFM) Committee is happy to announce that we will be hosting our 19th Annual Lycée French Market in November 2023!
For an entire weekend, the LFC campus transforms into a bustling Parisian Marché where many local and French artisans sell decorative arts, fine wares, woodwork, home décor, jewelry, apparel, accessories, gourmet food, wine and beer tastings, and more. The highlight of the weekend is our authentic French Bistrot with all food lovingly prepared by our parent chefs!
Event sponsors and vendors benefit from a broad promotional reach. Every year our market receives approximately 2,000 guests from across Chicagoland.
This annual celebratory event is hosted by the Parent Association, on behalf of Chicago’s premier international school, the Lycée Français de Chicago (LFC). The LFM represents an important community-building event for our 500 families, sponsors and the Ravenswood/Lincoln Square neighborhood. Vendors benefit from a broad outreach to our neighborhood communities and the LFM supports teacher development, classroom enhancements, student life and need-based financial aid for the school. At the market’s close, sponsors will receive acknowledgment letters for their donations and recognition in our annual report.
We hope that you will be equally excited and participate as a market sponsor. This form includes a sponsor/underwriter packet and in-kind agreements. We look forward to partnering with you and celebrating our 19th French Market. Thank you in advance for your partnership.
Maria Silvia Uribe, President of the LFC Parent Association
Janelle Hoekstra, Lycée French Market Co-Chair
Jennifer Lee, Lycée French Market Co-Chair
Beth Raia, Lycée French Market Co-Chair
The Lycée Français de Chicago provides its students with a rigorous bilingual education in a dynamic and welcoming multicultural community. The Lycée’s education transforms students into global ambassadors, inspiring them to lead lives of purpose, responsibility and respect. First founded in 1995 by a small group of French and American families, the Lycée began as an international school of fewer than 150 students. Twenty years later, our community has grown dramatically to 735 students, attracting families from around the world who share the value of an academically challenging and culturally diverse education.