Parler Paris Après Midi

Adrian LeedsUpstairs at Café de la Mairie - formerly La Pierre du Marais
(Since December 2002 and in this location since October 2003)

On the corner of rue des Archives and rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris
Métro Lines 9, 3 et 11, stations Temple, République or Arts et Métiers

See Map Here

NEXT MEETING: EVERY SECOND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. (closed August)

Now, every month, a guest speaker of note comes to talk about a topic of interest and then open the floor for questions and discussion! 

*Special Note: Anyone attending Parler Paris Après Midi must be willing to have their photograph taken and a brief description written about them for publishing in Parler Paris. Your presence indicates your willingness to participate.

Brian Dunhill  Read about the Noveber 11 Après Midi:

Brian Dunhill, AAMS, Founding Partner, Dunhill Financial

To read about past meetings of Après Midi, go to Parler Paris Après Midi Archives.

Upcoming Après-Midi Presentations:

École Militaire - Paris, FranceDecember 9, 2014

“The Story of the French Foreign Legion”


Two former commanding officers of French Foreign Legion regiments will tell you more about the world’s most famous fighting corps.

After the talk, you can meet Victor Ferreira who became a photographer after spending 25 years in the French Foreign Legion. He will introduce you to his beautiful photography book entitled “La Legion dans la peau.”

Roy CamblinJanuary 13, 2015

Roy Camblin, author

“Individual Financial Survival in a Toxic Economy...”
what everyone needs to know about how capitalism has mutated over the past forty years, Wall Street, and the rampant looting of world economies.
Roy Camblin has enjoyed a wide-ranging career that has taken him all over the globe as a circus performer, pilot, high-profile business executive, artist, and writer. A visionary and strong communicator, his views and writings have been informed by working in numerous industries, and living in many cultural settings. He has lived and worked in Japan, Turkey, the Philippines, Hawaii, Rotterdam, Dubai, Paris, London, and towns in the American Southwest and Deep South. When once asked what his secret to success was, Roy responded, “Life is fiction, and we are each the author of our own destiny. Simply write your life forward to the outcome you desire.” Roy currently divides his time between homes in San Francisco, New York, and Paris.
This talk revolves around a two hundred year old quote by a French economist and writer: “When greed becomes a way of life for a group of men living in society, they create for themselves, over the course of time, a legal system that authorizes it, and a moral code that glorifies it.”


February 10, 2015


March 10, 2015


April 14, 2015


May 12, 2015


June 9, 2015


July 14, 2015




September 8, 2015


October 13, 2015


November 10, 2015


December 8, 2015