The Bega Library will host a Spanish language learning opportunity for residents from next Wednesday.
After two successful Introduction to Spanish programs earlier this year, Angelica Vega Labrana returns to Bega Library to offer a platform for people learning Spanish to practice their skills in an open and friendly environment.
The seven week program builds on basic language, vocabulary and conversational skills.
The program is designed for those who attended the previous workshops or those who wish to refresh their Spanish skills and is limited to a group of 10 people. The program starts Wednesday 11 November 10.00am at Bega Library.
Library’s Programs & Partnerships Officer, Scott Baker, said Angelica Vega Labrana has run two popular Introduction to Spanish programs and is now offering the previous participants and others leaning Spanish the chance to practice their skills.
“Angelica is a native Spanish speaker, she generously donates her time to share her considerable skills with the community, and we are thrilled that she is working with us to provide this opportunity,” he said.
For more information and bookings contact Scott Baker at Bega Library on 6499 2172.