“Monday evenings from 7 to 9 pm at the Merida English Library, “Conversaciones con Amigos” (Conversations with Friends) takes place once a week on Mondays.
Friends and members of the Mérida English Library, both Mexican and Expat, gather to practice their second language skills in a welcoming and relaxing setting.
Anybody can attend and participate in this is informal get-together that attracts a substantial number of people representing all age groups and interests from Spanish and English beginners, to intermediate and advanced language enthusiasts.
The only requirement is that you be open to learn and help others learn, in a relaxing, fun atmosphere.
Call for details or simply drop by and ask the front desk volunteer about Conversations with Friends.
This is a community service provided by the Merida English Library through the assistance of its volunteers.
There is no charge for this weekly event, although donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted at the front desk.”
For more information go to: http://www.meridaenglishlibrary.com/event/conversaciones-con-amigos-149/
Merida English Library
Calle 53 #524 x 66 y 68 Centro
Merida, Yucatan, 97000
Phone (999) 924 – 8401
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