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L. LEDBETTER WITH ENGAGEMENT AND OUTREACH AUBURN PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Auburn Public Library will host a six-week, community English conversation class this summer. Classes will be offered Mondays at 6 p.m. beginning June 13 through July 25. Classes will not be held on June 20 or July 4.
The class offers participants an opportunity to cultivate international relationships and improve English language skills in a fun and relaxed environment. Lessons will be designed with the intermediate English learner in mind, but all are welcome to join.
All lessons are designed and taught by Auburn University graduate students under the supervision of Dr. Jamie Harrison, associate professor of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Education, and Dr. Cynthia Steele.
The course is free and open to the public. Those interested in attending are required to register and may do so online. Space is limited to 20 in-person participants. A distance option will be available via Zoom.
For more information, contact the Auburn Public Library email@example.com, Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org or Steele at email@example.com.
ABOUT AUBURN PUBLIC LIBRARY
Happy 75th Anniversary, Auburn Public Library! The library was established in 1947 to serve the residents of Auburn, Alabama. Today, it provides residents with a collection that reflects the diverse and dynamic interests of our community, with access to public technology and information resources and with programs and activities that contribute to an engaged, literate and informed society. The Auburn Public Library is located at 749 E. Thach Ave.