The Merida English Library is organizing a Special MEL Field Trip featuring a walking tour of Centro with Jorge Rosado:
Bits of Colonial and Pre-Colombian History in Merida,
Friday, January 20th – 9:30 am.
MEL invites the public to join in a “part 2” of Jorge Rosado’s Saturday Jan. 14th lecture as they take to the streets for a guided walking tour.
Jorge Rosado is trained as a lawyer and educator and has many years of experience giving tours of Mérida, showing visitors the hidden treasures of the history and architecture of our beautiful colonial city.
Meet Jorge at the corner of calle 61 and calle 60, on the plaza side. This event is open to the public, no registration required. Suggested $50-100 peso donation, all proceeds go to the library.
This Saturday, MEL’s Lecture Series continues with “Jack Robinson – La Plancha: A 60-acre park in the heart of Merida,” Saturday, January 21st – 11:30 am in the MEL Garden.
Jack Robinson will talk about the effort to transform a large tract of vacant land in central Merida into Gran Parque la Plancha. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the progress and history of this amazing project. Free and Open to the Public, donations accepted.
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