Wednesday, April 22 at 6:30–7:00 p.m.
Keep your French fresh while you're cooped up in the house, join our online conversation!
Hosted by two native speakers, Noémie and Victoria, Café d'Albi is a moment of casual exchange for all French levels, so no pressure! We talk about everything ranging from everyday matters to more complex subjects - but always adapt to everyone's proficiency.
Noémie and Victoria both work at the Alliance Française de Chicago and they are both from the South West of France. Noémie just graduated from her Master's Degree in Albi, the town where Victoria is from. Albi is a very old town near Toulouse, the first human settlement there is from the Bronze Age. The town is well-known for being the birthplace of artist Toulouse-Lautrec and for its Cathedral, la Cathédrale Sainte-Cécile d'Albi, is the largest brick building in the world. The construction of the cathedral begun in 1282 and lasted for 200 years. Since 2010, the cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Here is how to join the Café d'Albi:
-Register on the link here
-On the day of the event, click on this link to join the meetup online: