Tuesday 26 July 2016
Angelica Vega Labrana returns to Bega Library in August to give people the opportunity to practise their Spanish language skills in an open and friendly environment.
Programs and Partnerships Officer, Scott Baker, said Angelica generously donated her time to share her native language skills with our community.
“Angelica’s classes are always popular and it’s important to book because the group is limited to 10 people,” he said.
The free program runs for seven weeks and builds on basic language, vocabulary and conversation skills.
It is designed for those that attended the previous programs or those who wish to refresh their Spanish skills.
Classes will be held each Monday from 8 August to 3 October (there will be no class on 12 September) at 10am at Bega Library.
Book online at www.begavalleyshirelibrary.eventbrite.com.au or call Bega library on 6499 2127.