The Alliance Française of Indianapolis organized a cultural event at the Indiana Design Center in which attendees had a tasting of a dozen delicious multi-cultural dishes related to the theme (prepared by Blu Moon Café) and seven different wines. In addition, they have had a demonstration and teaching of several Latin and Middle Eastern dances. […]
Our President Claire Ty, her daughter Elisabeth and myself as a volunteer, Milena Houtin, hosted a table at the International Night at Fall Creek Junior High School in Fishers on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. They were very welcoming, friendly and greeted us with good cheer. They had a table set up for us, with a […]
As of January 2019, the Alliance Française of Indianapolis website is protected by a security service. The Sucuri company scanned the website, removed any vulnerability that may have been detected, and installed a permanent real-time monitoring and removal of malware infection. We also set up a Web Application Firewall in order to prevent infections from […]
“It was important for us to become citizens because we have such a connection with France now. We’ve been back four or five times since the terrorist attack,” Alex Skarlatos January 31, Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone, the American heroes who stopped an attack on the Amsterdam-Paris Thalys train route, became naturalized French […]
What is Bastille Day?
The French national day, known as Bastille Day in the United States, is simply called le 14 juillet -the 14th of July- by the French people. Indeed, the French national day commemorates three events…
Bastille Day is coming to you this year in Carmel, Indiana, at Sophia Square, from 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM.
Free Admission – Musical Performance (Concert) – French Gastronomy – Kids’ Corner with games.
Everyone is welcome!
Menu Artisan Cheese Plate Vegetable Crudite with Ranch Dip Various Sliders Classic Margherita & Ahi Tuna Flatbreads Mini Pastries 2 glasses of Beaujolais wine