Watch basketball at the Garland Theater for free!

Watch the Bulldogs Play the West Virginia Mountaineers on the Big Screen!

The Garland Theater, Spokane’s favorite discount movie theater, is showing this live NCAA basketball game for free.  The Gonzaga Bulldogs have only lost one game this year, and many people feel they are on their way to becoming national champions.  Get caught up in the excitement and join the crowd in cheering on the hometown team!

Cost? Free!

Where? The Garland Theater

When? Today, Thursday March 23rd at 4:40PM.  Get there early to make sure you get a good seat!

SCEL Presents: YWCA of Spokane ‘Healthy Relationships’ Workshop

The Spokane College of English Language is delighted to host Nicole Nimens, the YWCA of Spokane’s expert on healthy relationships to lead a discussion and activities centered on healthy social and private relationships.  The discussion will be focused on what a healthy relationship is, what to avoid, and offer resources for participants.  This event will take place at the Spokane College of English Language (SCEL) 718 W. Riverside Ave, 2nd floor, Spokane, WA, on March 23rd, from 11AM-12PM.  This event is free and open to the public.  If you have questions, please call 321-7367

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Explore Washington… In English!

Check out these “15 Places to See in Washington before You Die” and notice that Spokane’s own Duncan Gardens is on the list.  These geometrical gardens are a treat for you eyes and nose as the design and fragrance are pleasing to the senses on one of our many beautiful summer days.  There are many more spots in our area that are breathtakingly beautiful, be sure to ask for a recommendation for a day trip while you study in Spokane.

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Know Your Rights

The USA is a wonderful place to study, explore and live. One aspect of American culture is our love of independence and the rights respected by our government and law enforcement.  While the chances are that you will never have any problems, it is fascinating to read and know the rights afforded to people living in the USA.

Here is a link to the flier featured above.

Here is a link to frequently asked questions on encounters with law enforcement in the airports and other ports of entry in the USA.

Art on the Green!

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The Art on the Green is a marketplace, performance space and a gathering place for friends and families, this yearly event is the highlight of summer in Coeur d’Alene. This summer, 190-plus artists, a variety of performers and over 500 volunteers will come together to present Art on the Green for more than 50,000 people to enjoy! it starts on August 5,6,7, 2016, and the times are Friday:  noon to 7:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am to 7:30pm, and Sunday: 10:00am to 5:00pm. Come on down and check them out!

Best of Spokane: The Coffee House

It seems like downtown Spokane has at least one coffee house on every block and even more specialty coffee shops throughout the area. Each coffee shop has its own culture, decor, sounds and tastes.  College students cramming for tests, business people and shoppers stop in for a minute or for hours, taking advantage of free wifi, a place to meet and accessible caffeine.  When you come to study English at the Spokane College of English Language, be sure to take part in our local coffee house culture.

Among our staff and teachers’ favorite shops are: Caffé Affogato, Boots, Atticus and The Rocket.

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SCEL Presents: Nonviolent Communication Spokane

On Wednesday, March 15th at 11AM, The Spokane College of English Language (718 W. Riverside Ave, 2nd floor) will host a workshop from Nonviolent Communication Spokane. This workshop will be focused on nonviolent communication and facilitated by Mark Hamlin.

Mark is a world traveler and explorer; a lifetime learner in Social Sciences and social equity activism; he holds a B.A. in Applied Behavioral Science; and has three years of experience studying Compassionate Nonviolent Communication through research, participating in trainings by certified trainers with the Center for NonViolent Communication; organizing, facilitating and participating in NVC practice groups and NVC workshops.

Part of the important work of Nonviolent Communication Spokane is their facilitation of classes at Airway Heights Correction Center, work they have been doing for two years.  You can learn more about their work here: http://nvcspokane.org/about

Questions?  Contact SCEL: 509-321-7367

 

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