Find here the list of associations members of the Tourist Office

Home of the French Cities of Senlis (AVF)
4 Place de Creil
60300 Senlis
T.: 03 44 60 94 19

AVF Senlis supports you by offering you a friendly meeting place and all kinds of activities that will allow you to better integrate into the social and community life of our town of Senlis.

Friends of the Senlis Library
15 B route de Compiègne
60300 Chantant
T.: 06 67 53 03 90

Interest readers in library activities, provide financial support, promote and help the development of reading, the influence of the library through educational actions with schools, develop public relations, exhibitions.

Friends of the Chantilly Lace Museum
34 rue d'Aumale
60500 Chantilly

Our association was created in 2016, "heir" to
the association created in 1985 by two Cantileans,
lacemakers in love with a local heritage whose
memory was fading. They managed to compose a collection
important that our association continues to enrich and

Art and Friendship
12 bis rue d'Aumale
60500 Chantilly

Art & Amitié is a Senlis association of artists: painters, sculptors, photographers, visual artists, illustrators...
This association aims to know and promote regional artists, eager to share their passion. Simplicity and good humor are required in any friendship.

We organize two exhibitions a year in the Saint-Pierre church and at the Priory of St-Maurice: the “Printemps des Arts” and the “Salon des Arts d'Été”.

Association of Independent Artists of Senlis (ADAIS)
44 avenue de la Muette
60300 Senlis

Created in 1983, Adaïs promotes Contemporary Arts. We are open to artists from Senlis and its region as well as those from planet Earth! We organize the SENLIS.ARTFAIR, one of the most important visual arts events in the Oise.

Association Lamorlaye Memory and Hospitality
62 6th Avenue
60250 Lamorlaye
T. 06 22 05 42 36

We have associated Mémoire & Accueil because we think that the newcomer integrates all the better into his municipality if he is interested in its history. We try to gather the inhabitants of Lamorlaye around a common identity, which is (was thanks to our work for 10 years!) to be rediscovered; we do this by soliciting people's memories, by researching archives and writings, by studying our environment.

Collegium of Senlis
1 rue Rameau
60300 Senlis

the Collegium of Senlis is a group of amateurs, choir and orchestra, meeting once a week. The simple pleasure of to sing and playing together constitutes, in itself, a strong motivation, guaranteeing shared happiness and solid friendships.

Lamorlaye School of Music
8 Deer Alley
T. 06 07 82 44 99

The School of Music of Lamorlaye, EML has a rich experience of more than 50 years and its teachers are graduates of national and regional conservatories as well as the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris.

The Lamorlaye School of Music welcomes children from the age of four and adults wishing to learn or improve in instrumental or vocal practice, to train in reading scores and to cultivate themselves musically, to play or sing in a group (choir, orchestra, ensemble, etc.) or in individual lessons.

Haubergier de Senlis Choral Ensemble
1 Place Henri IV
60300 Senlis
T.: 06 70 05 52 20

Open to all, the Haubergier Choral Ensemble has always sought to give quality concerts, with the desire to extend a little more each year the musical culture which is its primary goal, in particular by involving the participation of musicians and high level soloists.

The Ensemble Choral du Haubergier de Senlis, founded in 1977 by Jacqueline Trévu, now has around fifty amateur choristers from the Senlis region, all united by the love of choral singing.

Lions Club Senlis Three Forests

Town hall of Senlis
3 Place Henri IV
60300 Senlis

Throughout the world, Lions Clubs International brings together Men and Women whose humanitarian and humanist actions contribute to the well-being of Humanity while respecting each person's dignity and freedom.
The Lions Club of Senlis organizes every year in November the Salon des Vins in the Ordener district of Senlis.

The Minstrel
2 avenue du General de Gaulle
Phone: 03 44 58 02 90

Le Ménestrel was founded in 1973 by Paule Charpenet. This violinist, passionate about pedagogy, was convinced that “playing together” was the best way to transmit music. Le Ménestrel therefore developed its school project around the idea of collective and orchestral practice.

Rotary Club of Chantilly
60500 Chantilly

Our club has developed over time and perpetuated flagship actions that allow it to finance and support many causes for health, youth, culture...
Our desire is to meet the needs of the local fabric. We remain attentive to the inhabitants of the territory of the Cantilian area and further afield, when the need is too crying out.

The Safeguard of Senlis
BP 40205
60306 Senlis Cedex

Preserve, save, protect and enhance the historical, archaeological and artistic riches of Senlis and its surroundings.

La Sylve
Coye-la-Forêt Town Hall
Place de la Mairie
60580 Coye-la-Forêt

An association designed to promote the forest heritage and history of Coye-la-Forêt. It organises conferences and walks.

Society of History and Archeology of Senlis
47 rue du Chatel
60300 Senlis

A society of enlightened amateurs: curious about the history of the town of Senlis, its personalities, its evolution within the department of Oise but also interested in archeology and ancient, classical, modern and contemporary arts.

A rich and varied program: conferences, cultural visits, symposiums, national or departmental exhibitions and events, a monthly liaison sheet (the Tablets), a volume of Reports and Memoirs offered every 2 years.

The Tintinophiles are us
6 route des Sablières
T.: 03 44 63 12 25 or 06 15 11 21 44

Bring together fans of Hergé's work around conferences, events and themed exhibitions.

The Trumpets of Flanache
7 Castle Street
60800 Fresnoy-Le-Luat
Phone: 03 44 54 29 09

Les Trompes are at your disposal to promote all events such as seminars, inaugurations, receptions, wedding mass, as well as to enhance dinners and buffets.
They bring their assistance for the good progress of your meetings, by giving a musical and melodious note of a natural instrument emanating from our inheritance and our traditions.