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Our Language School
The Alliance Francaise of Northwestern Connecticut (AFNWCT) offers Beginning and Intermediate classes in French for adults. Advanced lessons, lessons for children, and tutoring can also be arranged.
Each session runs for five weeks. The cost for the classes depends on the number of students enrolled and can be as low as $66 for all five sessions. For information, call: 203-262-8594, or e-mail: email@example.com .
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The Alliance Francaise is an international, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the language and culture of France and other French-speaking countries. Activities include: lectures, films, holiday celebrations, book clubs, conversation groups, and travel opportunities. For information on any of these programs, call: 203-263-4096, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . Additional information is available on the Web at: www.afnwct.org .
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W3R Commemorative Stoneware
The Alliance Française of Northwestern Connecticut (email@example.com) offers for sale stoneware bowls to commemorate the 225th anniversary of the 1781 Washington-Rochambeau March to Victory at Yorktown. A classic ;piece and symbol of French-American friendship, they are a fine gift to offer history buffs or French friends.
Produced by Boston Pot & Tile of Woodbury, CT, the wide-rimmed bowls are stamped with motifs from the Revolutionary War uniform buttons: one French and one American. The French stamp was made from a button actually found along the Connecticut route where the 22nd Battalion of Soissonais is known to have encamped.
The bowls are non-porous
and food-dishwasher-safe though not recommended for use in microwave ovens.
They are 7” in diameter and 1 ½” high with holes in the foot through which a
wire can be inserted for hanging.
To purchase, send checks for $16 ($10 + $6 shipping) to the Alliance Française of Northwestern Connecticut, Inc. P.O. Box 31 Woodbury, Connecticut 06798-0031. A maximum of two bowls per shipment.
All proceeds from the sale of the bowls will go to the promotion of the French language and culture and French-American friendship.