Sama-sama Sa Lund

a Filipino-Swedish organization established as a community association for Filipinos and Swedes living in Lund and vicinity

Filipino language class is back!

Sama-sama Sa Lund’s FILIPINO LANGUAGE CLASS is back! As part of SSL’s Swedish-Filipino Integration project that is ongoing for 2015, we are continuing the Filipino language classes that were started last year. If you haven’t attended the class before, it’s okay, the classes are open to everyone!

To everyone (member or non-member) who is interested in learning the Filipino language, we will have basic Filipino language classes again starting this month. We will have two groups, one for children and one for adults. No age limit, everyone is welcome. (And of course, it’s free!)

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Schedule: April 29, May 7, May 13, May 27. More dates to follow soon.

Time: Children’s group is at 17:00 – 18:00, and adults’ group is at 18:00 – 19:00.

Venue: Trollebergsvägen 2 Lund

(Directions: At the Lund central station, go to the exit beside the Asian Express restaurant, exit the station at turn left. It’s at the small brick house beside the station, the door sign says “Studio 3.” The house is between the small cemetery and the central station.)

If you are interested and want to sign up, please send us the name of student, contact information (or name and contact information of parent), and which class the student will join (adults or kids). You can send a private message in the SSL Facebook page, or you can email, or text Maria Quijano (the event coordinator) at 070 979 04 76.

Please spread the word! Tack så mycket! Maraming salamat!

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This entry was posted on April 23, 2015 by in Filipino language class, Integration.
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