At Online via Zoom
These workshops will be conducted in French by Julie Devys (April 6) and Julien Delbasty (April 20) and are intended for advanced B2+ level speakers.
April 6 workshop:
After months of suspense, only 12 candidates have made it onto the official ballot for the April 10 first round of France's presidential election. 4 women and 8 men will be battling to lead France for the next five years. From incumbent president, Emmanuel Macron, representing the République en Marche party to candidates from la Lutte Ouvrière, le Parti Républicain, le Parti Socialiste, le Rassemblement National or la France Insoumise to name a few, discover who has what it takes to move to the Élysée Palace!
April 20 workshop:
4 days away from the official announcement of the next French President! In this workshop, we will study the positions and policies of both remaining candidates and try to understand, through a series of activities, what divides the French people today. Together, we will gauge around which candidate the French are most likely to rally.
The Brightest Pallete: Kids Art Workshop
In-person event in English
Saturday, April 1, 2023 10:30 AM To 11:30 AM
In this teacher-led workshop, kids will learn about the life and paintings in the naïve style of Francophone Greek painter, Effie Michelis.Read More
Un Mois, Un Livre: La plus que vive by Christian Bobin
In-Person Literature Workshop
Wednesday, April 12, 2023
Join Sandra for a tribute to poet and writer Christian Bobin as we discuss La plus que vive. Event is in-person at the French Library. Join Sandra for an in-depth discussion of La plus que vive as we pay tribute to poet and writer Christian Bobin.Read More
Theater Club in March
In-person, Indoor Event in French
Wednesday, March 22, 2023 6:30 PM To 8:00 PM
Come join us for the new Theater Club at the French Library, a place to read, watch, discuss and recite contemporary and classic French plays with fellow enthusiasts.Read More