The French Library in New Orleans, LA

NOLA Turns 300!

NOLA’s Turning 300 . . . and Bun E. Boniface® is Coming to Town!

Bun E. Boniface visits New Orleans as NOLA turns 300 at The French Library Aug 25
Flag of the City of New Orleans, Louisiana

Louisiana may have been discovered by the Spanish, but the City of New Orleans was founded by the FrenchNOLA turns 300 in 2018, and Bun E. Boniface® is coming to town to celebrate!

The French Library is a luxury children’s shop in New Orleans, catering to the idea that each child is special and extraordinary in their own way. Fun for the Kids at The French Library!

On Saturday afternoon, August 25th, author Cynthia Wildridge will join Bun E. Boniface at The French Library in New Orleans for a bilingual reading of Bun E. Learns to Count in French (Bun E. apprend à compter).

Bun E. Boniface visits The French Library in NOLA Aug 25, 2018
Saturday, Aug 25 from 3-5pm, Ages 2-6

It will be lots of fun for the kids, as Bun E. always brings a rich variety of visual aids along with him.

Bun E. Boniface® in a theatre-style presentation of Bun E. Learns to Count in French (
Bun E. Boniface

Music!  Singing!

In addition to singing the Bun E. song en français, we will sing Joyeux Anniversaire à la Nouvelle-Orléans !
Audio CD with original music, French & English narration

Craft and Workshop

Following our bilingual reading and singing, we’ll move to the craft area of this lovely bookstore for even more fun with paper and glue!  This should provide lots of great photo ops for parents and friends.

You won’t want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to celebrate this birthday in beautiful French elegance, as NOLA only turns 300 once!

The French Library, 3811 Magazine Street, New Orleans
Photo of The French Library sourced from The Consulate General of France in New Orleans (
Ages 2-6
Saturday, 3-5 p.m.
August 25, 2018

The French Library
3811 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA  70115
(504) 267-3707