Our community is moving temporarily online - Alliance events cancelled indefinitely, but Spring Session class registration is open!

We are here for you! For the safety of our members, visitors, staff, and volunteers, and in compliance with Gov. Ever's recommendation regarding COVID-19, the Alliance Française de Milwaukee building will be closed to visitors indefinitely.

But not to worry, we are still here! We are holding our Spring Session classes through Zoom! as other AFs have done successfully, rescheduling DELF exams for June, and redesigning le mois de la francophonie and events going forward.

Stay cozy and expect to hear from us very soon!

Should you need to contact us, email is the best way.

And, as always, we are deeply grateful for your support! Merci!
L'équipe de l'Alliance Française de Milwaukee

P.S. Need a French book to read? Pick up one of our used books just outside our door.

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Registration Policy Students of the Alliance Française de Milwaukee are not required to be members in order to take classes. Tuition costs do not include the membership fee or books. All Beginner, Intermediate, Conversation, and Children's courses run for the course of 10, 11, or 12 week session. The Alliance Française de Milwaukee offers a range of discounts on courses.…
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Our Private and Corporate lessons are made up of individual and small group classes that are not open to other members. These courses must be scheduled in advance, and will be priced according to the expected attendance and course material.  How can the Alliance Française help your business? General or specialized French courses at all levels Interactive teaching using role…
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10 Reasons to Study French You will find French speakers on all continents around the world. French is the native language of some 200 million people and is the second language of millions more. In Europe, it is spoken in France, Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg. In the Americas, it is an official language of Canada and spoken in the Carribbean.…
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