FRENCH RE ACQUISITION
The Franco Center hosts weeknight classes for adults. The length of sessions vary through out the year. Classes are held on Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. They are intended for those who either want to learn French from scratch or who already have some proficiency with the language that they want to improve upon.
FUN IN FRENCH FOR KIDS – FRENCH FOR TEENS – FRENCH CLUBS
“Fun in French” classes for kids are held from 10 – 11:30 am on Saturday mornings. Classes are not held during the months of July or August. “Fun in French” classes for children are more likely to skip a weekend here and there in deference to families who prefer to travel on long holidays.
French for Teens is a support class for teens who want learn French or improve upon the French they already know. Dates to be announced.
French Clubs are offered through the Franco Center at different venues in the community. One is offered at Sherwood Heights through the Community Learning Center (CLC) as an after school program for 4th through 6th graders attending that school. Another is held at Tree Street Youth as part of its Enrichment Activities. Also at the Hillview Community Center and the Lewiston Public Library.
Classes will take place in Heritage Hall at the Franco Center. The total cost for 10 classes is $100, and registration can be done via telephone by calling (207) 783-1585 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. To register by mail, send your contact information and payment to Franco Center, 46 Cedar Street, Lewiston, ME 04240 Attn: Adult French Classes.
Fun in French for Kids and French for Teens
FUN IN FRENCH and FRENCH FOR TEEN classes are free. To enroll in either FUN IN FRENCH FOR KIDS or FRENCH FOR TEENS, please email Jacynthe Jacques at email@example.com or call the Box Office at the Franco Center at (207) 783-1585 during regular business hours.
French Clubs are offered free of charge and are held in conjunction with our community-partners’ existing programs, thanks to the Auburn School Department and Tree Street Youth, Lewiston Housing Authority and the Lewiston Public Library.