Monday, January 20, 2014

Activities 20/01 - 24/01

Monday, 20th of January, 18:00: High tea - Snack CAKES, JUICES, TEA
There are a variety of sweets and drinks to have a good snack at The Mandala
Price: your consumption Location: Tia Tula - Approximate duration: 1h

Tuesday, 21th of January, 20:00: Exposition. "Breaking the mold"

The twentieth century in Spain was lavish in artists and artistic movements that emerged to break styles and create new forms of expression. A trend that came from other countries social becomings of a turbulent century that led to a wealth of artistic and creative expressions. (Showroom San Boal) Location: Tia Tula - Approximate duration: 1h

Wednesday,22th of January, 19:15: Literary encounter. Come and see the works and the works of THOMAS SON Writer and illustrator Salmantino Location: Integrated Municipal Center "Julian Sanchez Charro" - Place de la Concorde (Front El Corte Ingles) Approximate duration: 1h30

Thursday, 23th of January, 17:30: Dancing class/ Jazz dance. You are going to learn the first steps in jazz dance academy Raquel Gomez (Suitable clothes: leggings - Short Sleeve and socks) Price: 6€ Location: Tia Tula - Approximate duration: 1:30

Friday, 24th of January, 11:00 or 17:00: Movie. Agustín Díaz Yanes ALATRISTE (2006) Imperial Spain, seventeenth century. Diego Alatriste, brave soldier in the service of his majesty, combat in the war in Flanders. In an ambush by the Dutch, Balboa, his friend and fellow soldier, falls mortally wounded and makes a request Alatriste will fulfill his promises: to care for his son Inigo. Location: Tia Tula - Film Duration: 140 min.

Remember to sign up for the activity at the reception beforehand (the minimum number of people needed for each activity is 3). If the cost is not stated then the activity is free. We recommend that our students participate in the activities so they can get to know other students in the school, so they can broaden their knowledge of Spanish culture and to practice and improve their Spanish in a fun way.

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