Welcome to the alliance française

For nearly 100 years Alliance Française d’Omaha is committed to supporting, educating and nourishing our community through cultural and educational programs.  We dedicate our efforts toward three essential goals:

  • Spreading awareness of French and Francophone culture
  • Offering French language classes for all
  • Promoting cultural diversity

 Consider joining the AFO!  Members and non-members alike are welcome to attend our events.


APÉRO: Tout le deuxième jeudi du mois, venez parler en français avec nous!

The next Apéro will be on March 8th from 5:30-7:30 at Le Bouillon in the Old Market.  Le Bouillon has reserved the beautiful Wood Room for us, just at the entrance.

vivE l'alliance!

Celebrating a Culture that Helped Shape a City - by Mike Kelly, Columnist, Omaha World Herald

Click HERE for the full article.

 
 
Next French Apéro is  8 mars

Next French Apéro is  8 mars

 
Order your copy today!

Order your copy today!

George Dinsdale Concours de Cuisine winning recipes available here! 

Let us know how your version comes out!


Postcard image of Omaha, NE in 1917.  During this time, Felix Despecher was the first President of the Alliance Française d'Omaha, Ralston mayor and long-time faculty member of  Creighton's dental school. 

Postcard image of Omaha, NE in 1917.  During this time, Felix Despecher was the first President of the Alliance Française d'Omaha, Ralston mayor and long-time faculty member of  Creighton's dental school. 

 
 

Fondation Alliance Française

The Alliance Française was created in Paris in 1883 and is the leading cultural network worldwide, with 850 chapters in 136 countries on all five continents. It is a non-profit organization with no political or religious ties.  The Federation of Alliances Françaises USA serves as a bridge between the Alliances in the United States and the Fondation Alliance Française in Paris.  In Omaha, our chapter fosters the historical friendship between the United States and France; and the sustained mission we share: to support French language and French speaking cultures as they are practiced around the globe.