Monday, March 30, 2015

Extracurricular Activities 30.03.15 - 04.04.15

This week is Semana Santa and here at Tía Tula we want to give you the chance to experience Easter with a distinctly Spanish flavour. Come and learn about the different Spanish and regional customs in a fun and engaging way!
Remember, Tia Tula will be closed on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd April. We will re-open Monday 6th April.

Monday 30th, 17.00 : Film. We start the week with Tapas, a film written and directed by José Corbacho and Juan Cruz. Set in a working-class neighbourhood on the outskirts of Barcelona, Tapas tells the story of a group of ordinary people going about their daily lives. Intelligently written, funny and profoundly moving, this is a film not be missed!
Approximate duration - 1hr 30.

Tuesday 31st, 16.50: Game. Know and Win! Beatriz will be hosting a quickfire quiz that will test your general knowledge skills and at the same time help you practise your Spanish.
Where: Tia Tula
Approximate duration - 1hr

Wednesday 1st, 22:15: Procession Come and watch the procession of  La Hermandad de nuestro padre Jesús Flagelado y de Nuestra Señora de las Lágrimas from the balconies of Tía Tula School, whilst enjoying a glass of sweet wine and tasting the traditional obleas (wafers).
Approximate duration - 1hr

Thursday 2nd April: Jueves Santo. Public Holiday. School Closed

Friday 3rd AprilViernes Santo. Public Holiday. School Closed

Saturday 4th April: One or two-day trips. We offer a wide range of weekend trips and activities.
If you would like to participate in a weekend trip, please ask our secretary for more information. Remember to sign up before 2pm Tuesday 31st March

Please don't forget that you need to sign up for each activity at the reception desk (in order to reserve your place). The minimum number of participants required for each activity is usually three. Unless otherwise stated, the meeting point is Tía Tula school. If no price is mentioned in the above description, the activity is free of charge.

Try to participate in as many activities as you can; they are designed not just for you to have fun, but also to improve your knowledge of Salamanca and Spanish culture, and to put into practice the Spanish you have learnt in class.

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