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Published June 23rd 2018
Chill out and have the kids taken care of at La French Week
La French Week is a monster party happening throughout Brisbane from Monday, 9 July until Sunday, 15 July, 2018 which includes Bastille Day celebrations on Saturday, 14 July. As in any celebration of everything French Alliance Francaise de Brisbane is helping to make this a wonderful experience for everybody and that includes the kids.
Working in conjunction with the Brisbane City Council LibrariesAlliance Francaise has arranged some wonderful events especially for the youngsters or, as they say in France, "Voici ce qu'il y a pour les enfants".
Each event has a focus that ensures children are learning something new in a way that provides fun and laughter. The group activities offer a sense of encouragement likely to stay with them and foster a desire to learn more.
Children from 4 to 10 years can discover the places the Tour de France travels through including the Alps and Pyrenees, the Atlantique Coast, Chartres and, of course, Paris. They get to take part in language games, songs, craft, yoga and a lot more.
Set down for Monday, 9 July from 9.30am to 3.30pm in Room 4, Alliance Francaise, 262 Montague Road, West End.
Cost per child for the day is $150.
The children will be divided into two age groups so make your selection and register now:
La French Week is a big celebration with a lot going on. Stay up-to-date by checking Alliance Francaise de Brisbane's web page as well as its Facebook and Instagram pages. Or, if you prefer a more direct contact you can obtain more information on this exciting event or more general information about other events and educational opportunities happening through Alliance contact the head office at 262 Montague Road, West End by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 3844 4460.