Friday 5 February 2016
Bega Valley Shire Library welcomes Angelica Vega Labrana back to continue with her successful program of Spanish language teaching.
Program and Partnerships Officer, Scott Baker, said this will be Angelica’s fourth teaching program at Bega library.
“We are lucky to have Angelica as a native Spanish speaker willing to offer her time and share her love of the Spanish language and culture with our community,” he said.
The free program will run over seven weeks starting on Wednesday 2 March. Each lesson lasts for one hour starting at 10am.
Lessons are aimed at beginners with no previous knowledge of Spanish. Participants will learn basic vocabulary and develop simple conversation skills in a friendly environment.
Learning another language is a great way to stimulate your brain and helps to improve memory and increase perception.
Book online via Eventbrite at www.begavalleyshirelibrary.eventbrite.com or phone Bega library on 6499 2127.