Our lovely AF community has moved temporarily online - Alliance events and classes will be held virtually until the end of the Covid-19 pandemic.

All virtual events are free, but please support your AF by signing up for an AF class, purchasing an AF membership, or making a donation; We are here for and because of you!

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 classes through Zoom! as other AFs have done successfully, rescheduling DELF exams, and redesigning 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.

More fun in French is on the way! Stay tuned for details:
Dictée with AF Prof Sylvie Deniaud (time and date TBA)
Jeux à la maison: défis/challenges in French on Facebook!
Bastille Days: September, tentatively https://www.easttown.com/
Cercle d’Or: September 13th at the lovely home of Kate & Don Wilson
Beaujolais Nouveau: November 19th at The Cooperage
Armchair Travel Film
AF Francophone Trivia & Happy Hour: Thursday, June 4th from 5 - 7 p.m.
AF Summer Session/Summer Camps Open House:
Thursday, June 18th from 5 - 7 p.m.
Presentation and discussion with Canadian author Aimée Laberge: Tuesday, May 26th from 5 - 6 p.m.
Presentation and discussion with Canadian rapper and educator Webster: in June (date and time TBA)
Presentations by Webster, Aimée Laberge, Martin Dionne, and more!

Upcoming Courses

Summer Session:  June 22 - August 29, 2020

Fall Session:  September 14 - December 12, 2020

Meet Martin Dionne, Conseiller en affaires gouvernementales et publiques

Martin Dionne began his term as Public & Governmental Affairs Officer in Chicago on October 9th, 2017.

Prior to his appointment, Mr. Dionne held the position of Advisor at the Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie since June 2014.
Martin Dionne graduated from the Université Laval in Quebec City with a Bachelor's in Economy and Politics and a Master's in International Relations. He also studied in Lund, Sweden and did part of his research for his Master's Thesis in London, United Kingdom. He worked for the National Assembly of Quebec, the Ministry of Health and Social Services, and the Ministry of Native Affairs.
Thursday, May 28th from 5 - 6 p.m. on Zoom!
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