Language & Writing

Thursday, April 24

  • Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00am, on-going - first class meets January 16.

    Beginning English classes offer student instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Free textbooks, educational materials and childcare are provided. The classes are a collaborative project of the West Marin Literacy Program, Marin Head Start, Marin County Free Library, and the Dance Palace.
    Instructor: Brian Kirven
    For more information, call West Marin Literacy 663-1849

    Class Costs: FREE

Thursday, May 1

  • Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00am, on-going - first class meets January 16.

    Beginning English classes offer student instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Free textbooks, educational materials and childcare are provided. The classes are a collaborative project of the West Marin Literacy Program, Marin Head Start, Marin County Free Library, and the Dance Palace.
    Instructor: Brian Kirven
    For more information, call West Marin Literacy 663-1849

    Class Costs: FREE

Thursday, May 8

  • Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00am, on-going - first class meets January 16.

    Beginning English classes offer student instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Free textbooks, educational materials and childcare are provided. The classes are a collaborative project of the West Marin Literacy Program, Marin Head Start, Marin County Free Library, and the Dance Palace.
    Instructor: Brian Kirven
    For more information, call West Marin Literacy 663-1849

    Class Costs: FREE

Saturday, May 10

  • 2nd Saturdays of the month January - June; 10:30 - Noon

    Our series continues into the Winter - Spring term. Our focus will expand to include mystery novels set in localesbeyond Scandinavia. We remain interested in the manner in which the police procedural unfolds in other nations.
    We will be on the lookout for what is particular to the genre—and to the geography. We are interested in what is distinctive, what is different in each country. Instructor: Joan Hamerman Robbins, 415-868-0835
    2nd Saturdays, 10:30 AM–Noon, January 11–June 14 / $70

    Instructor: Joan Hamerman Robbins Class Costs: $45

Thursday, May 15

  • Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00am, on-going - first class meets January 16.

    Beginning English classes offer student instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Free textbooks, educational materials and childcare are provided. The classes are a collaborative project of the West Marin Literacy Program, Marin Head Start, Marin County Free Library, and the Dance Palace.
    Instructor: Brian Kirven
    For more information, call West Marin Literacy 663-1849

    Class Costs: FREE

Thursday, May 22

  • Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00am, on-going - first class meets January 16.

    Beginning English classes offer student instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Free textbooks, educational materials and childcare are provided. The classes are a collaborative project of the West Marin Literacy Program, Marin Head Start, Marin County Free Library, and the Dance Palace.
    Instructor: Brian Kirven
    For more information, call West Marin Literacy 663-1849

    Class Costs: FREE

Thursday, May 29

  • Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00am, on-going - first class meets January 16.

    Beginning English classes offer student instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Free textbooks, educational materials and childcare are provided. The classes are a collaborative project of the West Marin Literacy Program, Marin Head Start, Marin County Free Library, and the Dance Palace.
    Instructor: Brian Kirven
    For more information, call West Marin Literacy 663-1849

    Class Costs: FREE

Saturday, June 14

  • 2nd Saturdays of the month January - June; 10:30 - Noon

    Our series continues into the Winter - Spring term. Our focus will expand to include mystery novels set in localesbeyond Scandinavia. We remain interested in the manner in which the police procedural unfolds in other nations.
    We will be on the lookout for what is particular to the genre—and to the geography. We are interested in what is distinctive, what is different in each country. Instructor: Joan Hamerman Robbins, 415-868-0835
    2nd Saturdays, 10:30 AM–Noon, January 11–June 14 / $70

    Instructor: Joan Hamerman Robbins Class Costs: $45
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