Association des francophones de Nanaimo


L'AFN is a non-profit organization mandated to respond to the needs and expectations of the Francophones and Francophiles population of the Nanaimo region.

Festival News!

Maple Sugar Festival du Sucre d'Érable 2010

The 14th Maple Sugar Festival du Sucre d'Érable took place from February 13 to 15, 2015.


This year, we celebrated the families who attend the Festival. Our theme was "We Are Family!"



We thank our government funders

City of Nanaimo BC Gaming Policy & Enforcement Branch Patrimoine canadien - Canadian Heritage
News from L'AFN
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> The Business Achievement Awards Gala took place on March 20 at the Coast Bastion Inn. L'Association des francophones de Nanaimo had been chosen as a finalist for Cultural Vitality in the Arts sector. The Wellington Jazz Academy won this award. Under the direction of Carmella Livosotto, the Jazz Academy's program has become internationally renown, drawing students from near and far. Students who have graduated from this program often continue their musical studies at universities "of note" with the help of scholarship funds. L'AFN congratulates the Wellington Jazz Academy and the other Business Achievement Awards winners!

> Summer Camp is back! For kids from 5 to 12. Per day or per week from July 6 to August 21, 2015.

> The February 2015 edition of the e-newsletter for L'AFN (also available as a PDF file).

> Help raise funds for L'Association des francophones de Nanaimo while shopping for gifts! Please visit our online store.

> Our next Meet and Greet (5 à 7)

> Le Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Briannique - The French Education Authority of B.C. (School District No. 93) - is offering high school courses in French as a first language online.

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