Bienvenue au Sénégal, le pays de la téranga!

Le Mois de la Francophonie: A Celebration of Senegal Throughout the Month of March
Téranga, literally meaning to help a guest come ashore, is the Wolof word for hospitality.

This March, more than 33 million people around the world celebrate le Mois de la Francophonie, a global initiative led by the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie to highlight the diversity of French-speaking cultures. This year, AFMSP will celebrate Senegal's rich history and culture of téranga through a series of events. Join us!

Mille mercis to our partners at the Senegalese Association of MN (SAM), Macalester College, Normandale Community College, Consulate General of Canada in Minneapolis, The Cedar Cultural Center, The Film Society of Minneapolis-St. Paul, INSTITUT FRANÇAIS and Compatible Technology International.

The opening ceremony "Ndajé Téranga" will take place on Saturday, March 4 from 6-8 pm at AFMSP.

Enjoy Senegalese cuisine, a fashion show, music and dance, with remarks from the Alliance Française Mpls/St Paul and the Senegalese Association of Minnesota. RSVP here.

Vernissage with Bamba Cissé and Carol Bouska Thursday, Mar 9  at 6:30 pm
Painting and photography exhibition. Free for members! RSVP

Presentation of Segalese Pottery Saturday, Mar 11 at 1 pm
Demonstration with Senegalese master potter Adama Sow RSVP
 
Senegalese Short Film Screenings
Sunday, Mar 12 at 7 pm
Showing two shorts at St Anthony Main Theatre
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An Evening of Senegalese Literature Tuesday, Mar 14 at 6:30 pm
Intellectual life during colonial times, African participation in two world wars, and West African Immigrant Literature RSVP

 Wolof Class and Ataya Tea Service Saturday, Mar 18 at 4 pm
Introduction to Wolof, along with a traditional tea service
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Webster Concert Thursday, Mar 23 at 7 pm
SénéQuéb hip-hop artist in concert at Cedar Cultural Center
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Webster Workshop Saturday, Mar 25 at 10 am
Writing and poetry workshop with Webster
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Soiree Djembés avec Ghana Mbaye
Saturday, Mar 25 at 6:30 pm Performance and drum class, following by a traditional Senegalese dinner RSVP
 
Short Film Screening and Discussion Sunday, Mar 26 at 7 pm
View La Petite Vendeuse du Soleil at St Anthony Main Theatre, with post-film discussion
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The Role of Senegalese Women: Round Table Discussion
Friday, Mar 31 at 6:30 pm
Panel discussion with members of the local Senegalese community
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