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Monday, May 9, 2016

Extracurricular activities 09.05.2016 - 15.05.2016

The Book Fair (Feria del Libro), the Film Festival (Fiesta del Cine), and of course, our extracurricular activities will make this week spectacular!
Take a look at what we’ve got planned:

Monday, May 9, Theatrical tour - 18:05: We’re going to get to know Salamanca better through a very special theatrical tour. We’ll have so much fun!
Time: 1h 30min

Tuesday, May 10, Fiesta del Cine: Until May 11, you can go to the movies for just €2.90. Don’t miss out!
Find out more information here on how to get a ticket: http://www.fiestadelcine.com/

Wednesday, May 11, Literary gathering - 19:30: Our teacher, Carmen López, will accompany us to a literary gathering to hear the words of the Spanish poet Jesús Hilario Tundidor at la Sala de la Palabra in Teatro Liceo.
Find out more information here: Asociación Cultural Pentadrama.
Time: 1h 30min

Thursday, May 12, Dance class - 15:55: We’ll learn the basic steps of Latin dancing. It’s going to be a lot of fun!
Time: 1h

Friday, May 13, Horseback riding - 16:45: We’ll go horseback riding in the countryside. It will be a special experience! 

Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15: Excursions - Check with the school secretary to find out about the nearby 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, to use the Spanish that you learn in class, and to meet other students from the school.

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