CFB Opening Night



Thanks to all who attended the opening night of the CFB's 2013-14 season.
We hope you like the upcoming programme and enjoyed the music, the dancing and the chat. Do please let us know.  Did you take any pictures? Any you would like to share?

Extra! events
There was quite a lot of French spoken tonight, and the Extra! events we are planning will feature much more.  We'll be supplying details on the first of these shortly and wondered whether it would be useful to provide some advance language information likely to be covered in the topic.  What do you think? What would help?

Remember Culture Night is this Friday, 20 September.

Cercle Français de Belfast: 2013-14 programme: Treat for the senses!

Welcome to the new season! Click on the tab above and you will find details of this year's programme. We hope you agree that it is a treat for the senses and that you will make it to as many events as possible.
We had a very successful programme last year with record attendances and we are aiming for even more success this year. It would be great to see guest numbers translating to membership numbers so if, regularly, you bring guests to meetings consider asking them to become members in their own right.
At the AGM members discussed the types and subscription rates for membership. It was decided that there would be no change to Individual and Joint rates and that student membership should be amended to make a distinction between those in full-time and continuing education. The subscription rates for 2013-14 are shown on the renewal form available for printing at the Rejoignez-nous tab.
We intend to offer Extra! events and details of these will be posted in our bulletin mensuel, which will also include a reminder of each event in our main programme along with information about others relating to France or French that we think might interest you.
Remember to click back here often for news and reviews of our events. You can also find information regarding the programmes of our and other Cercles Français, supported by the Alliance Française de Londres at http://cercles.alliancefrancaise.org.uk/index.htm
Be sure to get good value from your subscription by attending as many events as possible and encouraging your guests to become members. You know it makes sense!
Cordialement
CFB committee






CFB New Season: Opening event

Mercredi 18 septembre 2013 à 19h.30, Dark Horse Coffee House, 30-34, Hill Street Belfast BT1 2LB
Joyeuse ouverture, musique et présentation du programme
Nos ADHERENTS
Welcome to the new season! In addition to highlighting the programme, members will be invited to let us know the what and why of their favourite French song. An opportunity to listen and share!

Bulletin mensuel - AOUT

Are you thinking of learning French over the winter? Then, no matter what your level, there are plenty of opportunities to do so in Belfast.


Stranmillis College Belfast:

French Conversation for Intermediates
Session: Tuesday, 12 weeks
Time: 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Dates: 17th September – 10th December
Cost: £55.00 (concession £45.00)

Note: The very popular French Conversation for Upper Intermediates is now fully subscribed.
For details of the full programme of Lifelong Learning at Stranmillis see …

Enrolment form can be found at …..
Or Telephone: 028 9038 4345


Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

Beginners (LEVEL 1): Thursdays 6-7.30pm - 12 weeks starting 19th September
Lower Intermediate (LEVEL 2): Wednesdays 7-8.30pm - 12 weeks starting 18th September
Intermediate (LEVEL 3): Wednesdays 5.30-7pm - 12 weeks starting 18th September
Upper Intermediate (LEVEL 4): Thursdays 8-9.30pm - 12 weeks starting 19th September
Advanced (LEVEL 5): Wednesdays 4-5.30pm - 12 weeks starting 18th September
For further details or to enrol see ….

or telephone (028) 9024 2338 


Queens University Belfast

Each year Open Learning at Queens University offers classes in French at different levels (Beginners Level, Intermediate level and Advanced level). The classes are for those who wish to learn for business reasons or for going on holiday. All language skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary building) are practised, with an emphasis on oral communication.
For further details see …


Belfast Metropolitan College

There is a wide range of French courses on offer at Belfast Metropolitan College including ….

For further details see the college’s part-time prospectus at …
or telephone 028 9026 5000