- Are you passionate about the French language and culture?
- Do you have skills you’d like to share?
- Would you like to be part of a dynamic and enthusiastic committee?
- Do you want to play a more active role at the Alliance Française?
THEN WE NEED YOU (you don’t need to be French speaking to be part of the Committee)
With many of our current committee members leaving due to personal commitments and new overseas adventures, we are looking for new committee nominees at our upcoming AGM. For more information please contact Audrey Santana: 021 189 0537 / email@example.com
Nominations due Monday 13th November 2017
Download Nomination Form – AGM Nomination form 2017
Public Notice for Annual General Meeting & Beaujolais Nouveau 2017
Thursday 16 November at 6:30pm
(AGM start 7pm) at 15 Bond Street
Come be the first to taste this year’s Beaujolais Nouveau. First glass for members is FREE. Gold coin donation for non-members or subsequent glasses.
This will be followed by our Annual General Meeting. Please send your nominations for:
Nominations must be in the hands of the Secretary by Monday 13 November 5pm with the names of 2 nominators (who must be members of the Alliance Francaise Dunedin) and the assent of the nominee.
Nomination forms will be available soon in a reminder or from the Secretary: Audrey Santana E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / 021 189 0537
Friday 27 October, 12pm, Harbour Terrace
(next to Hockey Fields)
Come enjoy a delicious meal whilst practising your french.
Places are limited so get in quick.
Please RSVP: email@example.com / Audrey 021 189 0537
Cookery Level 4 Students’ Lunch Menu – “Around the World in One Sitting”
Three courses – $15.00
Starters – $6.00
- Golabaki (cabbage rolls stuffed with pork, beef and rice cooked in tomato soup)
- Hungarian red bean soup with fresh bread -V
- Pulled pork taquitos with chipotle ranch dipping sauce
Mains – $10.00
- Deep fried ravioli with a fresh tomato sauce and baby spinach salad -V
- Chicken and chorizo paella with broad beans, snake beans and Jerusalem artichokes -V option available
- Thai chicken coconut and eggplant curry with steamed rice
Desserts – $5.00
- Pavlova with yellow jack fruit ice cream and a web of spun sugar
- Baklava, raspberry coulis and pistachio ice cream
- Pecan and walnut butter tart with salted caramel sauce
October dates / Octobre en bref
7: French Breakfast / Petit Déjeuner, Croissant + (unlimited) Coffee for $5. or bring something to share & $2 croissants available. 10.30am-12.30pm
12: Crêpes Night/ Soirée crêpes. $3/$5. 6-8pm
14: AF at Vogel Street Party. 3-5pm
21: French Breakfast / Petit Déjeuner, Croissant + (unlimited) Coffee for $5. or bring something to share & $2 croissants available. 10.30am-12.30pm
27: Lunch at Technique restaurant. 12-1pm. Please RSVP!
28: DELF/DALF Exams
Note: Belgian Night! Soirée belge! Postponed till November 4th
All events are at 15 Bond street, unless stated otherwise.
Details on FB Events.
The DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française) and DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française) are diplomas awarded by the French Ministry of Education to prove the French-language skills of non-French candidates. If you are interested in sitting the DELF/DALF exams on Saturday 28th October 2017, then you will benefit from attending the following Exam Preparation Sessions:
|Session 1 (S1) Expression écrite (Writing)
||Monday 16 October
||6-8pm Venue to be confirmed
|Session 2 (S2) Expression orale (Speaking)
||Saturday 21 October
||2-4pm Venue to be confirmed
|Session 3 (S3) General
||Monday 23 October
||6-8pm Venue to be confirmed
It is not compulsory but strongly recommended that you attend all three sessions in order to achieve the greatest success in your exams.
For an enrolment form click DELF Preparation Session – Enrolment Form, or for more information please contact Marine Brianne:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 021 130 9484 or email@example.com
Enrolement Form for the DELF Exam itself on October, 28th: DELF Application Form
ALL LEVELS WELCOME!
Registrations are now open for all Alliance Française Term 4 French classes.
Did you know research shows that learning a foreign language can lead to better critical thinking skills, improved problem solving skills as well as greater memory, mental flexibility and increased cultural awareness.
We have classes for all levels and age groups.
Check out our website http://www.afdunedin.org.nz/courses/ for more details or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call David Moir: 03 487 9776 / 027 689 5051
Note: Adult evening classes start week beginning 8th October / All other classes resume week beginning the 16th October.
We’re very excited that our application to take part in the Vogel Street Party celebrations on Saturday, October 14th has been accepted :-). We hope to see many of you there between 3 and 5pm!
We will be offering FREE pop-up French classes and entertain you with French Cancan!
If you can help us with the pop-up French classes, or if you’d like to help on the day just talking to people about what we do, or dancing the cancan with us, contact us at email@example.com. For the Cancan, we are on the lookout for suitable long skirts, let us know if you have some!
Use our FB Event to say you are coming and to Promote it!
Monday 18th September, 6-8pm
Alliance Française Dunedin, 15 Bond Street (Top Floor)
Have you ever wanted to get an official French Qualification for your French language skills?
We can help!
Come to our free information evening about our upcoming exams:
- DELF tout Public – (for adults) Levels A1-B2
- DALF – ( for adults) Levels C1 -C2
The DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française) and DALF (Diplôme approfondi de langue française) are diplomas awarded by the French Ministry of Education to prove the French-language skills of non-French candidates.
Let us know you are coming on our FB Event or email firstname.lastname@example.org