Monday, April 11, 2016

Extracurricular activities11.04.2016 - 17.04.2016

Learn about the mystery of the Cave of Salamanca, relax at an indoor pool, and practice your Spanish during a language exchange…we´re excited about every one of the activities for this week! 
Take a look at what we´ve got planned:

Monday, April 11, The Cave of Salamanca - 18:25: We´ll visit the Cave of Salamanca, one of the most special places in the city, and we´ll learn about its famous legend.
Time: 40 minutes

Tuesday, April 12, Swimming pool - 18:00: We´ll spend the afternoon at the Alamedilla pool relaxing and doing some laps. 
Don´t forget your flip-flops and a swimming cap!
Time: 1 hour

Wednesday April 13, Artistic encounter - 19:30h: Teacher Carmen L. will accompany us to the Sala de la Palabra in Teatro Liceo for a lecture by Juan Sebastián González, a visual artist and professor at the university´s Faculty of Fine Arts. 
Find out more information on the blog of A.C. Pentadrama:
Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Thursday, April 14, Language exchange - 17:50: Language exchanges at Tía Tula provide a great opportunity to continue improving your Spanish. We´ll meet at Café Manolita to practice Spanish and English. We´ll be waiting for you!
Time: 1 hour

Friday, April 15, Solidarity wine tasting – Starting at 13:00: At Café Manolita, we´ll read poems in Spanish and Arabic at this event organized by A.C. Pentadrama, in order to raise money to send clothing and food to a refugee camp in Lesbos, Greece.
Find out more information here:

Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17: Excursions – Check with the school office to find out about all the places you can visit this weekend.

We´d like to remind you that it´s necessary to sign up for each activity in order to reserve a spot; a minimum of 3 people is normally required. The meeting point is always Tía Tula, unless we inform you otherwise. 

The activities are not only for having fun (that´s a guarantee). They´re also meant for you to improve your knowledge of the culture in Salamanca and Spain, and to use the Spanish that you learn in class.

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