UPCOMING EVENTS

Looking Ahead: 2020

We’re developing new classes and programming, as well as a new website, for 2020. If you would like to be on the mailing list, please let us know at info@afindianapolis.org.

Meanwhile, if you’d like to join us at a weekly conversation group, we meet at the Books and Brew in Carmel (near the Palladium) every Wednesday evening from 6-7:30pm.

Guillaume Lacroix, the Consul General of France to the Midwest

Thank you to all who came to the Legion of Honor event at the Indiana War Memorial on Sunday, November 10, 2019. Martin Baier, CEO of the International Center, welcomed the guests and speakers. Guillaume Lacroix, the Consul General of France to the Midwest, bestowed the French Legion of Honor to Daniel J. Mattingly and Marvin R. Sabatino for their contribution to the liberation of France during the Second World War.

There is an article and interviews on the Channel 13 website, WTHR

https://www.wthr.com/article/2-hoosier-veterans-receive-high-honor-france

See also our Facebook page and https://www.meetup.com/afindy/

OUR GROUP COURSES

Classes

For 2020 classes, we’re working on A-level (for beginners), B-level (conversational), and a new class on French for Travelers. If you’d like to be on a mailing list for 2020 classes, please contact us at info@afindianapolis.org

2020 class locations:

  • The Columbia Club
  • 116th and Pennsylvania, TBA
  • Other new locations TBA

French for Travelers

This course has been designed for those who would like to be able to communicate their basic needs in French while traveling in a French-speaking country. Students will learn: greetings and introductions, basic courtesies and questions, numbers, dates and times, simple directions and names of common places, how to read and order from a menu, basic shopping phrases, how to check in to a hotel and, for those going to Paris, how to use the subway and navigate on a street map.

Classes

Some of the upcoming group classes.

All group classes

WHY CHOOSE ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE

About the Alliance Française

The Alliance Française is a worldwide non-profit, cultural and educational center founded in Paris in 1883. It is the world’s largest cultural network with over 800 chapters in 132 countries, serving over 500,000 students worldwide.

BE A PART OF SOMETHING SPECIAL

About AFI

The Alliance Française d’Indianapolis (AFI), the local chapter, is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 membership-based organization dedicated to sharing French language and culture. Our mission is to build bridges between the French-speaking world and the local community. To achieve this, we encourage the study of French and Francophone cultures and language, and foster cultural, intellectual, artistic, business and friendly exchanges.

Join Us

We’re looking for French teachers who can cover A1-B2 level classes for adults in the central Indiana region.

Contact us at info@afindianapolis.org to learn more about the organization.