ALC ALIF School Supplies Drive!

ALC ALIF School Supplies Drive! Give Girls a Chance!


The ALC-ALIF Community Service Club
is providing book bags and school supplies for the girls living at the Center for the Protection of Girls Ziat.

We need BAGS and the following items to fill Book Bags:
Pens (red, blue, black + green), pencils, erasers, sharpeners, scissors, rulers, copybooks, colored pencils, etc.

Help us help the Girls at Ziat Centre, put your donations at the ALC/ALIF entrance.

or Contact Kaoutar Bakhchane to pick up your donations

ALC Fes Talent Show & Book Drive

Please Join us for our Amazing Talent Show and Book Drive!
Sunday, July 24 at 6 PM in the garden of the ALIF Villa Residence, 28 Rue Mohammed Diouri, across from the ALC
Your “ticket” to the show is a book to help us build a library at the Girls’ Center in Ziat and the Boys’ Center in Batha. We need English, Arabic, and French books, new or old.
All are most welcome!


ALC Fes Talent Show: Call for Artists!



Do you have talent and want to share it with others?
Participate in the ALC Fes Talent Show organised by ALC Fes & ALIF Community Service Club at the American Language Center on July 24.
Send a video with your full name before July 17 to Please specify the category: Theatre, music, dance, poetry, storytelling, magic, etc.
Or come for an audition at 5 PM on July 17 at the American Language Center.
For more Info, please contact Hamza at the ALC: 0649894197

“The Djinn in the Skull: Stories from Hidden Morocco”

Samantha Herron, author of “The Djinn in the Skull: Stories from Hidden Morocco”

Monday, April 18 at 7 PM at the ALIF Riad, 6 Derb Drissi, Batha

Please join us for a lecture, reading & discussion. Open to the general public.


When author Samantha Herron visited Morocco for the first time it changed the course of her life. On her return to London she abandoned a successful art career in order to study Arabic. She went on to spend time living with a Berber/Amazigh family of former nomads in the Draa Valley on the edge of the Sahara Desert, where she immersed herself in the language, culture and traditions of the country.

Samantha comments: ‘I learned the local dialect and took classes in Arabic and the Quran with other women from the village. I travelled in the desert, learned how to take care of camels and sheep, how to ablute and pray, and helped the other women in the family with the day-to-day running of the home. I fell in love with storytelling and stories, which are at the heart of everyday life in Morocco. I began to document the stories I was hearing and then found myself imagining and composing my own.’

The Djinn in the Skull: Stories from Hidden Morocco (Soul Bay Press October 2015) is her debut collection of fictional stories set in contemporary Morocco. Her previous work includes the English and Arabic publication Dardasha: Testimonies of Migration by Moroccan Women (Soul Bay Press 2011).

Contemporary Dance Workshop & Performance

Contemporary Dance Workshop & Performance
with Natalia Fernandes, Ruby Smith & Evelyn Reilly

Sunday, Feb. 7: Workshop at 3 PM, Performance at 5 PM
ALIF Riad, 6 Derb Drissi, Batha, Fes Medina

“The Oldest Thing in the World”

The project “The Oldest Thing in the World” by Brazilian choreographer Natalia Fernandes circulates different parts of the world inviting various artists to reflect and answer the question: What is the oldest thing in the world for you?

This evening, the performers will share with the audience two different answers to this question.

Choreographer and Director: Natalia Fernandes
Performers: Natalia Fernandes, Ruby Smith, & Evelyn Reilly
Music by A-7


Organized by the ALC Fes-ALIF Fitness Club

Free and open to the general public

ALC ALIF 3rd Blood Drive this Wednesday

In collaboration with the Blood Transfusion Center – Fes, the Community Service Club ALC-Fes & ALIF organizes its 3rd Edition Blood Drive on Wednesday, November 11th 2015, from 9 AM to 2 PM
Donate blood, save lives.


Please join us at our upcoming blood drive and make a difference for patients in need. Invest a small amount of your day for a lifetime of other people. Each donation can save up to three lives. You can double your effort by bringing friends and family to donate blood as well.
Donors will receive:
• Free snack
• Free and confidential blood test
To register to donate blood, please sign up on the whiteboard in the garden.


 Check our Blood Drive Video