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  1. Only for concerts. Entering the campus for other reasons still requires temp, hand sanitizer, etc when entering. This is in compliance with the most recent Jalisco laws. LCS is still only offering outside events Admission to office and library are no more than two at a time.
  2. For LCS, the well-being of the entire community is a priority, for this reason, we have always tried to follow State of Jalisco protocols to reduce the risks related to COVID. In compliance with the revised provisions announced this week, we will reinforce our preventive measures and follow the new protocols that have been identified for January and February, it will be mandatory to present a proof of vaccination certificate or a PCR test with negative results for attending Concerts during this period. To make this process as efficient as possible, for those who can provide proof of vaccine status, you have the option to provide this proof once and we can keep this on file for future concerts and major events. The rest of our protocols remain unchanged. We will continue to monitor State of Jalisco regulations as they are announced. Thank you for all your support
  3. Lake Chapala Society LCS, is seeking to update its list of charitable, social, and support organizations. These groups could include environmental, social issues, animal welfare, support groups, etc. -- any group that contributes and gives back to the Lakeside area. If you are involved with a group and want to ensure the group's inclusion in LCS' inventory, please use this Google form: https://forms.gle/195gjxjW1z2X9kba6
  4. Polo was affiliated with this Guadalajara company who will be providing hearing services by the end of January. All guarantees, etc provided by Polo will be honored. The facility is being renovated and updated - same previous location. I'll post when facility is open.
  5. Polo was affiliated with this Guadalajara company who will be providing hearing services by the end of January. All guarantees, etc provided by Polo will be honored. The facility is being renovated and updated - same previous location. I'll post when facility is open.
  6. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS Driver license class. Description: In the process of adapting and modernizing ourselves to the changes the world puts in front of us, we present you the Driver's License class. The purpose of this class is to provide you with the necessary knowledge to obtain a new license or to renew it. It lasts an hour and a half and in it we will see these topics: · Documents and processing. · Types of driver's license in Jalisco. · Mexican Police · Secretary of Transportation in Jalisco. · Visual traffic signs. · Body language and sound of traffic agents. All the necessary orientation to get your driver's license in your hands. Material will be sent over email previous to the class. Instructor: Alfredo Pérez Course Fee: $400 MXN Date and times: Class: Monday, Jan 03 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm. Test day at Secretaría de Transporte: Thursday, Jan 13. Early morning. For classes in LCS grounds, we’ll follow the Covid protocol with no exceptions. LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and remains active for the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund.
  7. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund. Mexican manners. Course Fee: $350 MXN Instructor: Alfredo Pérez Course Dates & Times Wednesday, Jan 05, 2022, from 10:00 to 12:30 pm Course Location: Ken Gosh Pavilion Min/Max Students required: 6/20 Description: Cultural shock is a normal part of life when we move to another country whose habits are different, we have to observe and learn the local rules of urbanity, what body language issues are appropriate and which are not. Why the behavior of the inhabitants of the new place is different. What do local people expect from me as a new inhabitant of the area? What phrases should I use and at what times? What should I understand about the time structure of the local people so different from mine? Why are the procedures with the authorities so complicated? We will share with you more about the Mexicans' mindset throughout history to understand why we are as we do in our present. In addition to other data that has been asked over time that can answer many questions about things that happen so commonly. Our intention is to help you understand these basic and necessary questions for the real and adequate coexistence with my new neighbors. Another way to know Mexico. We will share with you more about the Mexicans' mindset throughout history to understand why we behave as we do in our present. In addition to other data that has been asked over time that can answer many questions about things that happen so commonly.
  8. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS Advance Care Planning Workshop on Living Well and Dying Well in Lakeside Description: Why bother to plan ahead of an emergency? Because most health care emergencies involve many people. Some are known to you, some are not. The more information they have, the better your outcome. Planning ahead puts you in control. Whether you’re here full time, part time, or just visiting, registering your 2-page LCS Post Life and Emergency document will make a difference in your quality of life and your peace of mind. This 2-part workshop gives you information on Mexican healthcare directives, wills, and the LCS document along with guidance and motivation to complete and register your document as part of your total advance care planning process. Course Fee: $300 MXN Date and time: Wednesday, Feb 09 & 16 from 10:00 to 12:00 pm. This is a 2-session class Location: Gazebo Min/Mx participants: 06/20 About the instructor: Loretta S. Downs Contact: loretta.downs@gmail.com Loretta Downs, MA is an internationally recognized inspirational speaker, writer and consultant on the subject of preparing for and supporting the end-of-life experience with comfort and dignity. Ms. Downs is a storyteller with extraordinary experiences that suffuse her lively presentations with love, compassion, hope and wisdom. Her perspective on the end of life is informed by more than 35 years of being a companion to AIDS patients, friends, family, hospice patients and nursing home residents through the end of life. Ms. Downs retired from a successful business career at 50 and was drawn by her experiences to study dying and death. She earned a Masters Degree in Gerontology in 2009. She is Past-President of the Chicago End-of-Life Care Coalition, a Metta Institute Certified End-of-Life Care Practitioner, a graduate of Roshi Joan Halifax’s “Being With Dying” training, a Certified Respecting ChoicesÔ Advance Care Planning Facilitator, a Certified Senior Advisor, and a death doula. She is a member of a hospital Ethics Committee, the Association for Death Education and Counseling, the American Society on Aging, and the International End-of-Life Doula Association. Shed has published numerous articles and been quoted by others in both print and on social media. She founded ChrysalisÔ End-of-Life Inspirations to fulfill her mission “to create opportunities to talk about dying and death in positive terms.” She advocates for private ChrysalisÔ Rooms in nursing homes and hospitals so families can keep vigil with a loved one who is dying. Her reflections on the history of keeping vigil are included in an interview in a ChrysalisÔ Room for the film, “Consider the Conversation, A Documentary on a Taboo Subject.” Author Katy Butler cites the Chrysalis Room in her book, "The Art of Dying Well: A Practical Guide to a Good End of Life," as does Joyce Simard in her book, “Namaste End of Life Care for People With Dementia.” She is quoted in Louis Silverstein’s book, “Encountering Life’s Endings.” In summer, Ms. Downs raises Monarch butterflies from eggs found in her garden. She uses their mysterious stages of metamorphosis as a metaphor for the miraculous cycle of life. The story of her spiritual connection to Monarchs was featured in a Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine cover story, and her TEDx talk, The Mysterious Metamorphosis at the End of Life. For classes in campus, we’ll follow the Covid protocol with no exceptions. LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and remains active for the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund.
  9. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS Intro to Lakeside in-person Description: Moving to another country can be intimidating if we don't have the basic knowledge to function successfully. That is why we offer you this class --whether you plan to move here or already live Lakeside. There’s always a world to know. Contents: Where exactly is Lakeside Lakeside Communities Ajijic Village Fiestas LCS Health & Medical Eating Out - Eating In Money - Banks & ATM’s Churches Entertainment & Recreation Transportation Accommodation & Utilities Instructor: Rachel McMillen Course Fee: $600MXN Course Dates: Jan 10, 2022 Course Time: Monday, 9:00 to 12:00 pm Course Location: Ken Gosh Pavillion Min/Max Students required: 5/15 We will follow COVID protocols with no exception. LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund.
  10. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS Intro to Lakeside - Online Description: Moving to another country can be intimidating if we don't have the basic knowledge to function successfully. That is why we offer you this class --whether you plan to move here or already live Lakeside. There’s always a world to know. This class is online through Zoom. The link will be sent to you 24 hours before class. Contents: Where exactly is Lakeside Lakeside Communities Ajijic Village Fiestas LCS Health & Medical Eating Out - Eating In Money - Banks & ATM’s Churches Entertainment & Recreation Transportation Accommodation & Utilities Instructor: Rachel McMillen Course Fee: $400 MXN Course Dates: Jan 14, 2022. Course Time: Friday, 9:00 to 12:00 pm Course Location: Online (Zoom) Min/Max Students required: 5/15 LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund.LC
  11. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund. Holy mole! Course Fee: $520 MXN Instructor: Ana Moreno Course Dates: Feb 09, 2022 Course Time: Wednesday,12:00 to 2:00 pm Course Location: Veranda Min/Max Students required: 8/15 Description: The word mole comes from Nahuatl mulli, which means salsa. The first mention of the mole can be found in Bernardino de Sahagún's Historia General de las Cosas de la Nueva España, where he mentions what pre-Hispanic food preparation was like. This dish was to offer to the gods and also to entertain in celebrations. Then within the Colony era the arrival of new ingredients and habits turn mole into what Mexicans enjoy in their palates. So, join in this celebration, let’s learn about the origins of mole and their variants. Let’s prepare 3 types of mole you can make at home and celebrate.L
  12. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund. Beans, Beans the Musical Fruit! Course Fee: $500 MXN Instructor Ana Moreno Course Dates: February 10, 2022 Course Time: Thursday, 12:30 -2:30 pm Course Location: Veranda Min/Max Students required: 6/12 Description: Description: Mexico, as part of the new world is a treasure trove of gastronomy. Mexican soil is where the first corn (maize), tomatoes and cocoa was domesticated. Beans of the new world began in the Andean mountains and within a few thousand years had arrived in Mexico by 4-5000 BCE. It's been said that no culture does beans like Mexican culture(s). Learn about the frijole or legume, whatever you like to call it in this prueba. We will present recipes that are easy to make and full of flavor. Learn to prepare charro, drunken, red, fried, piggy and “with morisqueta" beans as what accompanies them and how to serve them! - Toot, Toot! See you there.
  13. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first paid first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund. Corn tortilla. Course Fee: $400 MXN Instructor: Ana Moreno Course Dates: February 16, 2022 Course Time: Wednesday, 1200 -2:00 pm Course Location: Veranda Min/Max Students required: 8/12 Description: The Mexican culture has a very rich gastronomy considered a cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO. One of the most used ingredients is corn for the nutrients it provides and for its malleability to be prepared in different ways and in many combinations. We will prepare corn tortillas out of the corn (maíz) dough, as well as "tlacoyos, huaraches, sopes, pellizcadas, and other homemade delicacies." This includes the fillings, side dishes and traditional sauces that accompany them. And some traditional beverages too. We will not only taste them, but we will learn from their history why they are so important to the Mexican culture. Join the class and enjoy a little of what Mexico has to offer to those who want to be enveloped by its flavors.
  14. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund. Mexican winter fruits. Course Fee: $400 MXN Instructor: Alfredo Pérez Course Dates: Jan 11, 2022 Course Time: Tuesday, 11:00 to 12:30 pm Course Location: Veranda Min/Max Students required: 6/20 Description: Have you found yourself in any Mexican market or tianguis looking at fruits you did not know they existed… Well, let us introduce you to the Mexican winter fruits, how Mexicans eat them, recipes, flavors, aromas, etc. Come and enjoy a trip to the warmest heart of Mexican winter and its flavors.
  15. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 14. Class: Conversation Beginners. Beginners Apr 06 & 13 12:00 to 1:20 pm What is conversation and what is it for? It is not only learning and practicing new vocabulary but also facing simulations of real situations where we use the language, for specific purposes, and adhere to the cultural rituals of communication. Let's take a relaxed moment and use these topics as an excuse to practice our Spanish. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 15. Class: Survive the Mexican slang Intermediate - advanced Apr 20 & 27 10:00 to 11:20 am It's very easy to speak Spanish when we stick to the basic questions, but what's beyond "buenos días"? There is always another, more casual, more relaxed, more fun version of communicating the everyday, and this includes anger and frustration. This course is not suitable for sensitive hearts, because we are going to study some "swear words". SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 16. Class: Conversation Intermediate. Intermediate Apr 20 & 27 12:00 to 1:20 pm What is conversation and what is it for? It is not only learning and practicing new vocabulary but also facing simulations of real situations where we use the language, for specific purposes, and adhere to the cultural rituals of communication. Let's take a relaxed moment and use these topics as an excuse to practice our Spanish. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 17. Class: Indigenous linguistic heritage in Mexican Spanish Intermediate May 04 & 11 10:00 to 11:20 am When the Spaniards arrived in what is now Mexico, they encountered a myriad of new realities that they did not know how to name. Most of them kept their original names and spread all over the world, others found different names but also coming from some original language. This legacy is important for Mexican culture, and we want to share it with you in this short course where we will study the origin of some commonly used words and others that vary from region to region. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 18. Class: Conversation Advanced. Advanced May 04 & 11 12:00 to 1:20 pm What is conversation and what is it for? It is not only learning and practicing new vocabulary but also facing simulations of real situations where we use the language, for specific purposes, and adhere to the cultural rituals of communication. Let's take a relaxed moment and use these topics as an excuse to practice our Spanish.
  16. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 10. Class: Aquí, ahí, allí // este, ese, aquel . Beginners Mar 09 & 16 12:00 to 1:20 pm Distance is also learned in another language: for Spanish, there are three levels of proximity and this is always calculated from the perspective of the speaker. For this class, we are going to broaden our perspective of space and practice in a fun way the uses of these demonstratives. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 11. Improve your pronunciation /p/, /b/, /m/: Beginners - intermediate Mar 23 & 30 10:00 to 11:20 am Although there are many differences in pronunciation between English and Spanish, this does not have to be an obstacle for students of Spanish as a foreign language. It is true that we would all like to speak like a native, and it is possible if we first learn to listen and to relate to these sounds as if they were new to us. In these sessions, we will practice the pronunciation of Spanish consonant sounds and their graphic representations. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 12. Class: -ito, -ita: more than just “a little… a small…” Intermediate Mar 23 & 30 12:00 to 1:20 pm Diminutives are in all Mexican Spanish words, but does it mean that everything in Mexico is small? You will be surprised to learn about the extensive use of diminutives and their relationship to culture, politeness and their connection to indigenous languages. intermedios - avanzados Duración: 2 clases, 1 hr 20 SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 13. Class: Verbs with different uses 1. Intermediate Apr 06 & 13 10:00 to 11:20 am When we are learning a new language we have to restructure the way we think and not try to make the words work the same way they do in our native language. There are some words that can have more than one meaning depending on the context in which they are used: this is very common in any language and there’s no reason to be afraid. What we have to do is, first of all, forget about literal translations for a moment. Then, we have to study the new phrases we are learning and recognize the functions they fulfill. In this course we will practice some verbs that have multiple meanings and functions in Spanish, and that do not necessarily translate the same way in English.
  17. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 6. Class: Use of time in Mexico Intermediate Feb 09 & 16 12:00 to 1:20 pm If a Mexican tells you "ahorita vengo", you better find a comfortable seat and relax because it might take more than twenty minutes, or I might not come back at all. Time works differently in Mexico, and this is because other matters such as politeness and, simply, customs are involved. There are many everyday expressions that refer to the time, and in this course we are going to practice with them and review the uses they have. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 7. Improve your pronunciation, the two sounds of /r/: Beginners - intermediate Feb 23 & Mar 02 10:00 to 11:20 am Although there are many differences in pronunciation between English and Spanish, this does not have to be an obstacle for students of Spanish as a foreign language. It is true that we would all like to speak like a native, and it is possible if we first learn to listen and to relate to these sounds as if they were new to us. In these sessions, we will practice the pronunciation of Spanish consonant sounds and their graphic representations. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 8. Class: The (many) different uses of “ya” . Intermediate Feb 23 & Mar 02 12:00 to 1:20 pm The most important thing to learn a language is to consider the context. Surely you have seen advertisements in the streets that contain this word and always in different contexts. In this course, we are going to study and practice these uses, because regardless of how we translate "ya", we should think about how Mexicans use it. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 9. Improve your pronunciation /d/, /t/: Beginners - intermediate Mar 09 & 16 10:00 to 11:20 am Although there are many differences in pronunciation between English and Spanish, this does not have to be an obstacle for students of Spanish as a foreign language. It is true that we would all like to speak like a native, and it is possible if we first learn to listen and to relate to these sounds as if they were new to us. In these sessions, we will practice the pronunciation of Spanish consonant sounds and their graphic representations.
  18. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 1. Class: Por vs para Intermediate. Jan 12 & 19 12:00 to 1:20 pm Prepositions help us to connect words in our language and, in addition, they complete the meaning of what we say. It is important to keep in mind that not all prepositions in Spanish have the same functions as prepositions in English, so it is very important to practice the uses. In these two classes we will practice with two problematic prepositions: POR and PARA. Through exercises and games you will be able to identify their functions and use them appropriately in a sentence. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 2. Class: Where to emphasize words Beginners - Intermediate Jan 12 & 19 10:00 to 11:20 am Although in Spanish there are words that carry a written accent, it may seem difficult to pronounce a word that you have never seen before. To get to this in a fluent way, it is necessary to know and practice some rules of accentuation and the division of syllables in Spanish: in this two-session course you will learn step by step how to identify the tonic syllable of a word, that is, the syllable of emphasis. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 3. Class: Nouns in Spanish Beginners Jan 26 & Feb 02 10:00 to 11:20 am Do words have gender, why, and is there a problem if I say "la baño"? For beginners, the topic of gendered nouns is very important: as time goes by, it is more difficult to unlearn what has already been learned. Let's review the basic rules and practice with simple sentences (even everyday sentences), and get to know some examples where the meaning changes if it is a masculine or feminine word. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 4. Improve your pronunciation /x/, /g/: Beginners - intermediate Jan 26 & Feb 02 12:00 to 1:20 pm Although there are many differences in pronunciation between English and Spanish, this does not have to be an obstacle for students of Spanish as a foreign language. It is true that we would all like to speak like a native, and it is possible if we first learn to listen and to relate to these sounds as if they were new to us. In these sessions, we will practice the pronunciation of Spanish consonant sounds and their graphic representations. SPANISH A LA CARTA. General information: Classes are on Wednesday. These are 2-session class only. Duration of each session: 80 minutes. Price per each 2-session class: $240 pesos No refunds, unless LCS cancels the class. Classes only for members. No waiting list. Only 10 seats available per class. Classes are online. We use Zoom. The link for the class will be sent 24 hours before the class. 5. Improve your pronunciation /s/, /k/: Beginners - intermediate Feb 09 & 16 10:00 to 11:20 am Although there are many differences in pronunciation between English and Spanish, this does not have to be an obstacle for students of Spanish as a foreign language. It is true that we would all like to speak like a native, and it is possible if we first learn to listen and to relate to these sounds as if they were new to us. In these sessions, we will practice the pronunciation of Spanish consonant sounds and their graphic representations.
  19. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund. Mexican winter fruits. Course Fee: $400 MXN Instructor: Alfredo Pérez Course Dates: Jan 11, 2022 Course Time: Tuesday, 11:00 to 12:30 pm Course Location: Veranda Min/Max Students required: 6/12 Description: Have you found yourself in any Mexican market or tianguis looking at fruits you did not know they existed… Well, let us introduce you to the Mexican winter fruits, how Mexicans eat them, recipes, flavors, aromas, etc. Come and enjoy a trip to the warmest heart of Mexican winter and its flavors.
  20. LCS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS Traditional hot beverages. Course Fee: $400 MXN Instructor: Ana Moreno Course Dates: Jan 6, 2022 Course Time: Wednesday, 12:30 to 2:30pm Course Location: Veranda Min/Max Students required: 6/12 Description: Winter, with its cool temperature, gives us the opportunity to enjoy and feel at home, with hot and delicious drinks that delight everyone who tries them. Let's learn how to make traditional ones to share. Come and learn to prepare café de olla, ponche de frutas, champurrado, atole and ponche de nuez. These are comforting beverages for winter full of flavor and home-memories. For classes in campus, we’ll follow the Covid protocol with no exceptions. LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first paid first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and remains active for the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund. LCS
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