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  • 09 Jan 2020 10:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Salut tout le monde! We are aiming to have more social and cultural events this year.

    Here's our proposed calendar - though it's subject to change. Please let us know if you're keen to help with one of these events, either organising it or on the day.

    • January: Galette des Rois
    • February: Gourmet in the Gardens meet-up/ Chandeleur
    • March: French Film Festival
    • April: Pétanque day
    • May: Tasting night
    • June: Quiz night
      Fete de la Musique: Kaori group coming from New Caledonia
    • July: Bastille Day Dinner/ Renault Auckland French Festival
    • August: International Film Festival
    • September: board games and nibbles
    • October: Raclette
    • November: early Xmas do
    • December: AGM
  • 27 Apr 2017 3:37 AM | Deleted user


  • 23 Apr 2017 8:00 PM | Anonymous



    The Fête de la Musique was created in France as a global celebration of music from around the world. Today it is celebrated the world over on the 21st June every year with free concerts, school shows and public performances. So that the maximum of people can enjoy the music, we will be celebrating the Fête de la Musique on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th. No need to register, just come along and enjoy the sounds. Keep your eyes peeled for more information to follow. 

  • 15 Apr 2017 9:26 AM | Anonymous






  • 02 Feb 2017 2:31 AM | Deleted user

    The full programme for the French Film Festival will be available online from 7pm on Thursday February 2, with print programmes available from screening venues the following day.

    Here: http://frenchfilmfestival.co.nz/films/


  • 25 Nov 2016 3:08 AM | Deleted user

    Read more here

    Registration: 23/11/20016 - 09/01/2017​

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    Make us a trailer!​​​​​​​​​

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    Alliances Françaises New Zealand announces a video creation contest open to all, and invites you to create its promotional trailer. If you win, your video will be screened more than 800 times all around the country during the Alliance Française French Film Festival before each of its screenings scheduled next year.

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    ​​​​See your work up on the big screen!​​​​​

    ​​Send us your entry by January 9th. The winner will be announced on January 15th, after the videos have been judged by: 

    • ​José-Marie Cortès, Chief Representative of Alliance française, New-Zealand & Cook Isl.​

    • ​Carthew Neal, New-Zealand film, television and interactive producer.​​

    • ​Dorothée Basel, Festival Director of the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival.​


  • 14 Jul 2016 4:19 AM | Deleted user

    Enrolment : Click here


  • 09 Jun 2016 5:01 AM | Deleted user
     
    Dear Alliance Francaise and members,

    My Name is Yanny Split, I am a Dutch Immigrant who arrived in New Zealand in 1987 and I love New Zealand.

    I am organizing an exhibition to be held at the Waikato Museum of Art and History with the theme of Fibre Connecting People.

    The idea is to connect people born overseas and now live in the Waikato, to present a handmade article make with any fibre or textiles that represent your lives either before or after arriving in New Zealand. It can be knitted, woven, quilting,embroidery, patchwork, felting or any other technique that you can use. It could be an article of clothing, a wall hanging or anything else. It could also be an item of fabric that you treasure and brought here from your home country

    I would love to have one piece from every country that is represented in the Waikato to be part of the exhibition. The exhibition will be held at the Waikato Museum of Art and History in Hamilton and the opening will be on the 18th May in 2017


    If you are interested and want to ask more questions we could arrange a meeting. My  email is yannyc@gmail.com  You can also find out more about me and also contact me via our website www.kiwialan.co.nz

    All information will be online later

    I really hope that you would be able to be part of the exhibition

    Warn Regards Yanny Split





  • 09 Jun 2016 4:34 AM | Deleted user
    So French Brocante: offre actuellement aux membres des Alliances de Hamilton un tarif préférentiel de - 10% toute l'année sur l'ensemble du catalogue (jusqu'au 31/12/16).
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    So French Brocante: offer a discount of 10% off to members of the Alliance Française, all year long on the catalog (ending 31/12/16). 
    See more on: http://www.afhamilton.org.nz/admin/

  • 18 May 2016 10:39 PM | Deleted user

    Hamilton is celebrating World Music Day on Sunday, 19th June. There will be free concerts and performances at multiple venues.

    Ø  A joyful celebration of music performance

    Ø  Open to amateur and professional, groups or soloists

    Ø  All genres of music

    Ø  Started in France, but now celebrated world-wide


    Gerry Clark is organising venues for musicians to play at, such as Centreplace, Civic Square, Garden Place, Westfield Shopping Centre, Victoria Street cafés, churches, etc .

    If you would like to play at the Fête de la Musique, or know anyone else who would like to, please contact Gerry Clark at: gerryandsue@slingshot.co.nz



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