I’ve been so impressed with our teachers at the end of this past semester. Learning a language calls for lots of talking with native speakers who are gifted at the craft of teaching. The teachers I’ve had at the Center are so good at what they do, and they’ve taken the classroom experience right into Zoom. The Center’s “small class” approach has worked really well for me online.

It’s scary to sign up for a first time with something like a language, but I can’t image kinder teachers.

Especially during a time when everyone’s so isolated, it’s a gift to be able to meet, talk and learn. I’m particularly missing classes during the two weeks in between terms, and can’t wait to get started up again in April!

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Exercise your body and your vocabulary online!

Monday, October 3, 2022 9:00 AM To 10:00 AM

Improve your health and your vocabulary during our online barre classes in French!

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Discover the basics of grapes, classification levels, sub-regions, and geography of Burgundy in the first seminar of our French Library Wine Seminars series.

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