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Club de Lecture
Des classiques aux modernes
5 livres lus chaque année et discutés dans une ambiance conviviale. Le Club existe depuis les années 80, il se réunit la bibliothèque de Byram, un mercredi par mois à 13h30.
Contact: Viviane Ponslet & Robert Henrey. 

​We have a longstanding tradition of book clubs, coupled with new and dynamic activities for all audiences!

Check these programs and do not forget that our cultural center in Greenwich offers over 500 books available, as well as the digital library Culturethèque.
International Book Club
Read French and French-related books in English!
Every third Thursday of the month, 5-6pm at the Byram Library. Books, discussed at the meeting, comprise a wide variety of fascinating authors, subjects and periods. Click Here
​Contact: Renée Ketcham
Proust Group
A monthly piece of madeleine...
Loose, non-academic discussion in English of "In Search of Lost Time". 30-40 pages a month, meetings on a Thursday, 5-7pm at the Byram Library. You can also read it in French!
Contact: Fereshteh Priou
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Literary Activities
Our Book collection has over 500 titles, come borrow some!
When you are a member of AFG, you have access to Culturethèque. This is a Free Digital Library (e-books, BD, posdcasts...)
Comment emprunter et lire un roman sur Culturethèque ?
Guide et informations sur Culturethèque
Alliance Française of Greenwich is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization | 299 Greenwich Ave - Greenwich, CT 06830 | 203.629.1340 | [email protected]
Café Philo is a program to pursue non-academic reading and discussion of various original writings of philosophy on human psychology and human nature. The program is in English. Please view the link for the Meditations 1 & 2 by René Descartes (1641) translated by John Cottingham (1984) 
Please contact: Fereshteh Priou or Viviane Ponslet

Cafe Philo