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UPCOMING EVENTS


Join us for our monthly French Film Night on Friday 24 May at Globe Theatre.

! Exceptionally, the film will start at 7.30 pm and not 8 pm !

The film Oranges sanguines (Bloody Oranges) will be screened in French with English subtitles.

A deeply-in-debt retired couple tries to win a rock dance competition. The minister of economy is suspected of tax fraud. A teenager makes the acquaintance of a pervert, while a young lawyer attempts to climb the social ladder.

Licensed bar/café open from 6 pm. 

Free event, donations welcome.


Alliance Française Palmerston North and Alliance Française Auckland are proud to present New Caledonian singer Florent Moro, who will be travelling to New Zealand for a series of concerts.

Save the dates:

Florent Moro will offer a free concert at the Globe Theatre in Palmerston North. He will be the head act for the 2024 edition of the Fête de la Musique, which is an annual event celebrated in France since 1982. During the day, there will be a variety of free musical performances at the Globe Theatre.

Florent will also perform at Le Chef Restaurant in Auckland. Have a glass of French wine and enjoy a taste of French cuisine while listening to the artist’s beautiful melodies!

Both events are not to be missed! 

We would like to thank our sponsors and partners for their support: The Palmerston North City Council, the Government of New Caledonia, CREIPAC, the French Embassy in Wellington, the Globe Theatre, Le Chef Restaurant and the Federation des Alliances Françaises de Nouvelle-Zélande.


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to present Florent Moro, a French singer/songwriter/composer who will come all the way from New Caledonia to offer us a free performance of his songs.
 
Florent Moro was a teenager when he received his first guitar. From this moment on, his passion for music slowly grew, and became stronger and deeper.

Through various concerts and encounters, he refined his style and shaped his musical identity, which is French pop folk with a soul and rock influence.

As a committed artist, the messages he wants to convey with his songs are "ne jamais baisser les bras" (never give up) and "vivre là, maintenant, tout de suite" (live the moment here and now).

Discover his musical world with us at Fête de la musique 2024! A FREE EVENING CONCERT not to be missed on Saturday 8 June at 8 pm at the Globe Theatre.


Mesdames et Messieurs, it's time!

Come and celebrate Fête de la Musique with Alliance Française Palmerston North, on Saturday 8 June, from 2 pm to 10 pm, at the Globe Theatre!

Every year since 1982, French people gather in the streets of the country to enjoy free concerts and celebrate the arrival of summer. This year again we want to share this free event, an important date on the French cultural calendar, with you.

During the afternoon, you will enjoy a wide range of musical genres: from classical music to pop, rock, folk or soul... There will be something for everyone!

AND in the evening at 8 pm, don't miss the must-see concert given by our special guest: Florent Moro. A talented artist from New Caledonia!


Join in for our Café Scientifique!

A free public science talk series at Globe Theatre! Talk in ENGLISH.

Dr Laureen Couzet, research scientist at AgResearch, will be talking about "Moo methane moo problems: How cow burps impact our climate?".

Climate change is a worldwide issue affecting every country. The modifications in climate are already visible: water level rising, major meteorological events, drought…. It was demonstrated that among the greenhouse gases (gases involved in global warming), CO 2 but also methane (CH 4) play an important role. More recently, more effort has been put into decreasing methane production from livestock, involving and impacting farmers. But why are we focusing so much on methane? Where does methane come from? And can we help and support the farmer to achieve their goal? Many scientists in the world are working on this. During the seminar, Dr Crouzet will try to answer these questions and show examples of various research projects that could help us mitigate global warming.

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn on a fascinating topic!

The talk will be on Wednesday 12 June at 7 pm.

Licensed bar/café service will be available at the Globe Theatre from 6 pm.

FREE event, donations welcome.

CURRENT EVENTS



The annual Fête de la Musique will be on in Palmerston North on Saturday 8 June at Globe Theatre.

We are looking for volunteer musicians and singers to perform on stage for this free public concert. All artists and music genres welcome!


Practice your French with native speakers! Meet our members and teachers for lunch on Fridays, from 12.30 to 1.30 pm, or for breakfast on Saturdays, from 10 to 11 am, and immerse yourself in French!
 

PREVIOUS EVENTS



The Manawatu Sinfonia and Alliance Francaise Palmerston North present an afternoon of beautiful French classics featuring Faure's Pavane and Ravel's Mother Goose Suite. We will be conducted by one the NZ Symphony Orchestra's Conducting Fellows, Reuben Brown.


Join us for our monthly French Film Night on Friday 26 April at Globe Theatre.

The film Deux Fils (Father and Sons) will be screened in French with English subtitles.

Licensed bar/café open from 6 pm. The film will start at 8 pm.


Have you ever dreamed of going to France? Are you a quiz lover and/or an expert on France? Don't miss the opportunity to participate in our Défi Inter Alliances since you might have the chance to win a trip to France!

Put your knowledge of French culture, geography and history to the test with this local instalment of the Défi Inter Alliances - a virtual quiz that could send you to France! 

Two local winners will move on to the national quiz, and then possibly onwards to the international competition for a chance to win the grand prize of a 15-day study trip in an Alliance Française in France and an extra 400€ allowance for the trip.

All quizzes are virtual and will take place in our Community Library on 22 April (local selection) at 6.00 pm, on the quiz platform Kahoot.

To enter, you must be a student at Alliance Française Palmerston North for Term 1 2024 in a A2, B1, B2 or C1 class.

To enrol, please email us at info@french.org.nz or register here


Join in for our Café Scientifique!

A free public science talk series at Globe Theatre! Talk in ENGLISH.

Dr Nicola Brown and John Edwards will be talking about "Using coconut husks for wastewater treatment".

Don't miss out on this one-off opportunity to learn on a fascinating topic!

The talk will be on Wednesday 10 April at 7 pm.

Licensed bar/café service will be available at the Globe Theatre from 6 pm.

FREE event, donations welcome.


Join us at Palmerston North City Library for a unique talk and Q&A on Wednesday 27 March!

Our special guest Julien Blanc-Gras, French novelist, journalist, film director and globetrotter, will talk about French Travel Literature in English, followed by a Q&A.

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to meet the 2024 author in residence at the Randell Cottage.

Meet us on the Mezzanine Floor (Main Entrance).

Drinks and nibbles will be available from 6.15 pm, the talk and Q&A will start at 6.45 pm.

Free event, donations welcome.


Join us at Alliance Française on Tuesday 26 March at 7pm!

Come and meet our special guest Julien Blanc-Gras, French novelist, journalist, film director and globetrotter,  and talk with him in French about his book Paradis (avant liquidation)

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to meet the 2024 author in residence at the Randell Cottage.

Meet us in the French Community Library on the First Floor of Square Edge.

Free event, donations welcome. 


Join us for our monthly French Film Night on Friday 22 March at Globe Theatre.

The film Fragile (Hard Shell Soft Shell) will be screened in French with English subtitles.

Az works for an oyster farmer in Sète, so he knows oysters by heart. In one of them, Az decides to hide a ring, to ask his girlfriend Jess to marry him. She doesn't say yes. Fortunately, his friends are here to cheer him up.

Licensed bar/café open from 6 pm. The film will start at 8 pm.

Free event, donations welcome.


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The comedy Petit Pays (Small Country: An African Childhood) will be screened on Saturday 9 March at 8 pm and Sunday 17 March at 2 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North. 

A touching childhood set during the conflict in Rwanda between ethnicities Hutu and Tutsi - adapted from the book of Gaël Faye.

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from The Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated R-16 due to violence, cruelty, offensive language and content that may disturb.


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

This comedy, La Boum (The Party), will be screened on Sunday 17 March at 6 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this film is a NZ PREMIERE.

The iconic French movie from the 1980s about a teenage girl’s experiences while her parents grapple with midlife crisis.

Tickets for the closing night can be purchased from the Globe Theatre. General admission $35, AF members $25. Tickets include a complimentary glass of wine, canapés and petit fours.

Drinks reception from 6 pm. The movie starts at 6.30 pm.

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated M due to violence and offensive language. 


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

 Astérix & Obélix: Mission Cléopâtre (Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra), a cult and family-friendly French-German comedy, will be screened on Sunday 10 March at 2 pm and Sunday 17 March at 4 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this comedy is a NZ PREMIERE.

Asterix and Obelix go to Egypt to help architect Edifis who is building a palace for Cleopatra.

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from the Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10.

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated PG due to coarse language.


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The family-friendly comedy Mystère (Vicky and Her Mystery) will be screened on Saturday 9 March and Saturday 16 March at 2 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this comedy is a NZ PREMIERE.

8 year-old Victoria relocates with her father in a small mountain village. She finds solace in the adoption of a puppy of unknown origin found in an isolated farm.

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from The Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated PG due to violence and coarse language.


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The comedy Les confins du monde (To the Ends of the World) will be screened on Monday 11 March at 8 pm and Saturday 16 March at 4 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this comedy is a NZ PREMIERE.

Indochina War, 1945: French soldier Robert is the only survivor of a massacre in which his brother has died. Blinded by revenge, he rejoins the forces in search of the assassins. But meeting the young Indochinese Maï disrupts his mission. 

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from The Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated R-18 due to violence, sexual violence, drug use, offensive language and sex scenes.


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The comedy Des Hommes (Home Front) will be screened on Friday 15 March at 6 pm and Saturday 16 March at 8 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this comedy is a NZ PREMIERE.

In a village where everyone knows everyone, four veterans of the Algerian War are haunted by their past.

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from The Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated R-16 due to violence, cruelty, sexual violence and content that may disturb. 


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The comedy A propos de Joan (About Joan) will be screened on Saturday 9 March and Sunday 10 March at 4 pm and Friday 15 March at 8 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this comedy is a NZ PREMIERE.

Overwhelmed when a figure from her past reemerges, Joan Verra retreats to the countryside with her son Nathan. There she experiences fragmented recollections of her past romantic encounters.

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from The Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated M due to sex scenes, offensive language and nudity.



Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The comedy Trois jours et une vie (Three Days and a Life) will be screened on Wednesday 13 March at 6 pm and Thursday 14 March at 8 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this comedy is a NZ PREMIERE.

Christmas 1999, in a peaceful little village in the Ardennes. The life of a young boy named Antoine will soon be devastated by three tragic events : the death of a dog, the vanishing of a child, and a big ravaging storm.

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from The Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated M due to violence, offensive language and content that may disturb.


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The comedy Rien à foutre (Zero Fucks Given) will be screened on Tuesday 12 March at 8 pm, Thursday 14 March at 6 pm and Saturday 16 March at 6 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this comedy is a NZ PREMIERE.

Cassandre is disconnected from life after the death of her mother, spending her days working on a budget airline, and having meaningless relationships. A year later, she’s back in France.

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from The Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles. 

This film is rated M due to offensive language, nudity and drug references.


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

Francophone films will be screened in French with English subtitles at the Globe Theatre from Friday 8 to Sunday 17 March.

10 films will be shown over 10 days with a total of 25 screenings.

Comedies, dramas, thrillers, family movies and more, there will be something for everyone!

Tickets are available by clicking on the link below or from the Globe Theatre box office, 312 Main Street, Palmerston North.

Book your tickets


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The comedy L'Année du requin (Year of the Shark) will be screened on Sunday 10 March, Monday 11 March, Tuesday 12 March at 6 pm and Wednesday 13 March at 8 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this comedy is a NZ PREMIERE.

The disappearance of a vacationer puts the Atlantic Coast on high alert: a shark is prowling in the French waters! Maja, a coast guard on the verge of retirement, goes on her last mission to save the bay….

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from The Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated M due to violence and content that may disturb. 


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

The comedy La Boum (The Party) will be screened on Saturday 9 March at 6 pm at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this film is a NZ PREMIERE.

The iconic French movie from the 1980s about a teenage girl’s experiences while her parents grapple with midlife crisis.

Tickets for this screening can be purchased from the Globe Theatre. General admission $15, AF members $10. 

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated M due to violence and offensive language. 


Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to introduce the 2024 Edition of the Francophone Film Festival in celebration of French Language and Francophonie Week in New Zealand.

This French-German comedy, Astérix & Obélix: Mission Cléopâtre (Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra), will be screened on Friday 8 March at The Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North.

The screening of this film by reknowned French director, actor, comedian and screenwriter Alain Chabat (La Cité de la peur 1994, Sur la piste du Marsupilami/Houba! On the Trail of the Marsupilami 2012) is a NZ PREMIERE.

Asterix and Obelix go to Egypt to help architect Edifis who is building a palace for Cleopatra.

Tickets for the opening night can be purchased from the Globe Theatre. General admission $35, AF members $25. Tickets include a complimentary glass of wine, canapés and petit fours.

Drinks reception from 7 pm. The movie starts at 8 pm.

Screening in French with English subtitles.

This film is rated PG due to coarse language.



Join in for our Café Scientifique!

A free public science talk series at Globe Theatre! Talk in ENGLISH.

Maxence Plouviez will be talking about "N²O synthesis by phytoplankton -   Recent advances and future prospects".

Don't miss out on this one-off opportunity to learn on a fascinating topic!

The talk will be on Thursday 29 February at 7 pm.

Licensed bar/café service will be available at the Globe Theatre from 6 pm.

FREE event, donations welcome.


Take part in our welcome back event and movie screening at Alliance Française Palmerston North to get 2024 off to a good start! 

Catch up with other French students and AF members after the big holiday break and discover the very famous French movie "Le Grand Bleu (The Big Blue)".

Enjoy great food (canapés, petit-fours) and quality wine to the rhythm of our wonderful live music. We're looking forward to catching up with you again!

On Saturday 17 February at 6 pm at Evelyn Rawlins Room.

Tickets: $25 for AF members, $35 for non members. 







We need your help for the Festival of Cultures! Every year, the Alliance Francaise Palmerston North holds a crepes stall at the Festival of Cultures, in Palmerston North.

This year again, we are looking for volunteers to help us on this great adventure!

Join other French-food lovers on this free crepe making evening and learn how to make real French crepes!

On Friday 2 February at 7 pm, in the Alliance Française Community Library.

Free for Members, $15 for Non-Members.


Join us for our monthly French Film Night on Friday 23 February at Globe Theatre.

The film "Deux Fils" ("Father and Sons") will be screened in French with English subtitles.

Joseph and his two sons, Joachim and Ivan, are a close-knit family but fail to see that each one is losing control of his life. While there is plenty of affection at home, all three are also, clumsily, searching and itching for love, acceptance...

Licensed bar/café open from 6 pm. The film will start at 8 pm.

Free event, donations welcome.


Join us for our monthly French Film Night on Friday 26 January at Globe Theatre.

The film "Les Quatre cents coups" ("The 400 Blows") will be screened in French with English subtitles.

Antoine Doinel, a young Parisian boy left on his own, delves into a life of petty crime, skipping school, sneaking into movies, running away from home, stealing things, and trying to return them.

Licensed bar/café open from 6 pm. The film will start at 8 pm.

Free event, donations welcome.


Join in to taste the real French "Galette des Rois" at Alexandre Pâtisserie on Saturday 6 January @ 10 am!  To get the year off to a good start, come meet our other members and practice your French during the Holidays!

Don't miss this great opportunity to discover a traditional cake while celebrating the first important event of the year in France.

$5 per person, includes one slice of Three Kings Cake!


Join us at Square Edge to celebrate Christmas like we do in Picardy! 

Meet us in Evelyn Rawlins room from 6.30 pm, on Friday 15 December.

Enjoy a 3-course dinner with specialties from the Picardy region, our end-of-year Christmas show, a presentation and quiz on Picardy with beautiful gift baskets to win! And more... Come alone and join a team or make up your own team and book as a group. 

$35 per person - AF members $25 - Children (under 12 yo) $15. Show, 3-course dinner, presentation and quiz included.

There will also be a special guest during the evening, Santa Claus and his elves. Be there, you don't want to miss them!


Bring your kids along to this free screening and afternoon tea at Alliance Française Palmerston North!

The French movie "Les Malheurs de Sophie" ("Sophie's Misfortunes") will be screened with English subtitles.

On Friday 1 December, at Alliance Française Community Library, Square Edge, First Floor, 47 The Square.

Afternoon tea from 5 pm, the movie starts at 5.30 pm.

Free event, donations welcome.


Do you like comics? Do you like drawing? Then this workshop is for you!

FREE comic drawing workshops by French cartoonist Franck Monnet.

Saturday 18 November and Saturday 25 November from 10am to 2pm in the Workshop Space, Ground Floor, Square Edge, 47 The Square, Palmerston North.

Limited numbers
Enrol now

Contact us:
Tel: (06) 560 0749
Mobile : 021 207 0114
E-mail: info@french.org.nz


During our 'Escape, a Journey to the Heart of Digital Cultures' digital exhibition, we will have different animation movie screenings in our French Community Library at 1.30 pm. Free entry.

Each movie will be screened in French with English subtitles. 

The fourth and last animation movie is The Black Pharaoh, the Savage and the Princess, a trio of colorful, poetic, elegant, sophisticated animated tales transporting you to Ancient Egypt, during the French Middle Ages and to 18th century Turkey. Screening on Saturday 25 November at Alliance Française Palmerston North's French Community Library at 1.30 pm.

See you there!

Free event, donation welcome.


During our 'Escape, a Journey to the Heart of Digital Cultures' digital exhibition, we will have different animation movie screenings in our French Community Library at 1.30 pm. Free entry.

Each movie will be screened in French with English subtitles. 

The third animation movie is No Dogs or Italians Allowed, a fascinating tale animated in clay motion uncovering the decades-long secrets of a Franco-Italian family, combining poetry and realism, small and big history. Screening on Saturday 18 November at Alliance Française Palmerston North's French Community Library at 1.30 pm.

See you there!

Free event, donation welcome.


During our 'Escape, a Journey to the Heart of Digital Cultures' digital exhibition, we will have different animation movie screenings in our French Community Library at 1.30 pm. Free entry.

Each movie will be screened in French with English subtitles. 

The second animation movie is Little Nicholas, a hilarious and heartwarming comedy portraying at the same time the adventures of Little Nicholas and his friends in Paris and the story of René Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempé, the famous French cartoonists and creators of the character. Screening on Saturday 11 November at Alliance Française Palmerston North's French Community Library at 1.30 pm.

See you there!

Free event, donation welcome.


During our 'Escape, a Journey to the Heart of Digital Cultures' digital exhibition, we will have different animation movie screenings in our French Community Library at 1.30 pm. Free entry.

Each movie will be screened in French with English subtitles. 

The first animation movie is Yakari, a Spectacular Journey, an adventure story following a young Sioux searching for a legendary mustang and his totem animal and adapted from a Belgian comic books series. Screening on Saturday 4 November at Alliance Française Palmerston North's French Community Library at 1.30 pm.

See you there!

Free event, donation welcome.


Have you ever dreamed of going to France? Are you a quiz lover and/or an expert on France? Don't miss the opportunity to participate in our Défi Inter Alliances since you might have the chance to win a trip to France!

Put your knowledge of French culture, geography and history to the test with this local instalment of the Défi Inter Alliances - a virtual quiz that could send you to France! 

Two local winners will move on to the national quiz, and then possibly onwards to the international competition for a chance to win the grand prize of a 15-day study trip in an Alliance Française in France and an extra 400€ allowance for the trip.

All quizzes are virtual and will take place in our Community Library on 9 November (local selection) at 6.30 pm, on the quiz platform Kahoot.

To enter, you must be a student at Alliance Française Palmerston North for Term 4 2023 in a A2, B1, B2 or C1 class.


November is coming! And this year, as part of the 2023 international festival of digital cultures, Novembre Numérique, Alliance Française Palmerston North is proud to present the digital exhibition ''Escape, a Journey to the Heart of Digital Cultures''. 

Official opening on 3 November at 6 pm. 

Digital art exhibition from 3 to 25 November in the Square Edge Pop Up Gallery. 

We will be displaying digital artworks that will be accessible with a QR code on each pannel. If you do not have access to a mobile device or tablet to scan the QR code in the gallery, we will have all the artworks in our French community library.

Comics drawing workshops will be offered on Saturday 18 and 25 November in the Workshop Space on the Ground Floor of Square Edge and need to be booked in advance. Workshops are run from 10 am to 2 pm by Franck Monnet, a French multi-talented artist currently living in Paekākāriki.

Animation movies will be shown in our French community library on Saturdays at 1.30 pm:
Saturday 4 November - Yakari
Saturday 11 November - Little Nicholas
Saturday 18 November - No Dogs or Italians Allowed
Saturday 25 November - The Black Pharaoh, the Savage and the Princess

Video games and VR Experiences will be available in our French community library.

We have 29 Artworks that will be displayed in the gallery. 

Come and discover some talented French artists!
 


Come and celebrate the French Beaujolais Nouveau!

Join us at 7 pm on Friday 17 November at the Globe Theatre, 312 Main Street, Palmerston North.

We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting the French singer Benjamin Piat for a live concert, as part of his Eldorado Concert Tour 2023. 

$40 per person non-member, $30 for AF members, $15 for children. Complimentary glass of French Beaujolais Nouveau wine, fantastic canapés & petit-fours from Café Brie and live concert included in the price. 

Drinks reception at 7 pm, concert at 8 pm.