Bienvenue à l'Alliance Française

Promoting knowledge and appreciation of the French language and Francophone cultures in New Orleans since 1984.

The Alliance Française of New Orleans, is one of the leading providers of French language and culture education in the New Orleans area. A member of the international network of Alliance Française chapters, located in over 100 different countries, the AFNO is a part of the largest network of French language and cultural centers in the world.

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Winter II Session Classes start February 18th. Registration starts closing February 11th.

The Alliance Française of New Orleans follows the official program built by the Council of Europe called The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

What will you discover with AFNO?

Upcoming Events

Francophonie workshop at the Alliance Francaise New Orleans

Cultural Workshop - La Francophonie in Louisiana

03.09.19

All levels welcome!

Location: AFNO, 1519 Jackson Ave.

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Grammar workshop at the Alliance Francaise New Orleans

Grammar Workshop - The Pronouns "y" and "en"

03.09.19

For intermediate and advanced levels.

Location: AFNO, 1519 Jackson Ave.

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Book Club at the Alliance Francaise New Orleans

Book Club

03.14.19

Advanced Book Club. Meets 1-3pm.

Location: AFNO, 1519 Jackson Ave.

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Guinguette dance workshop at the Alliance Francaise New Orleans

La Guinguette - Dance Workshop with Live Music

03.17.19

Discounts for members!

Location: NOLA Spaces, 1719 Toledano St.

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"In 2014 I started taking French classes at AFNO to prepare for a trip to France to meet the French side of my husband's family.

Thanks to the Alliance, I've now lost my fear of learning a foreign language."

Scherri - 3rd year French student

"My overall experience at AFNO has been wornderful.

The classes are unique in that they are taught by native speakers who share a great deal about French culture."

Cathy - 2nd year French student