Earth Day Spokane! April 22nd and 23rd, Riverfront Park Pavilion

Earth Day Spokane

Spokane’s Fifth Annual EarthDay festival will happen April 22nd and 23rd in the Riverfront Park pavilion and Central Meadow! This is an event that celebrates the diversity in our community and our planet.  This year’s festival will be double the size as previous years.

Earth Day Spokane, 2017, promises the best of our community’s art and culture showcased between two stages!

The first-ever Earth Night will feature concerts held in a duo of dome structures, with live artists, dancers, and aerial performers! Both domes will have a fully projected visual experience, and music from sundown until the local noise ordinance takes effect (10PM). While Earth Day is free, Earth Night tickets bought in advance are $15

Schedule:

April 22 / Earth Day / 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
April 22 / Earth Night / 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
April 23 / Earth Day / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SCEL Presents: Urban Farming

SCEL Presents: Urban Farming

Urban Eden Farm is a small urban farm located just 5 minutes from SCEL  and downtown Spokane in the Vinegar Flats neighborhood.  Krystal is in her second season as a farm hand growing food, and Melissa has lived on the farm for the past few years raising goats, chickens and helping on the farm.  They will talk about what it means to be an urban farm, and demonstrate how to plant your own food with seed starts to take home.  

Wednesday, April 12th, 11am-12pm at the Spokane College of English Language

718 W. Riverside Ave. Suite #200, Spokane WA

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Drone footage of the majestic Spokane River!

Don't ever forget, Eastern Washington is beautiful too. Check out this fantastic aerial video over the falls at Spokane Riverfront Park, courtesy of Jim Bolser!

Posted by Q13 FOX on Monday, March 20, 2017

Beautiful Spokane…

Drone footage of our beautiful city and the majestic Spokane River!

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Why English in the USA?

Spokane College of English Language, or SCEL, is a place for students who want to learn the English language using the most effective, efficient, methods available.

There has been a fundamental element missing in education the last 40 years. Online learning is not effective enough, and teacher-led learning can be improved upon greatly by harnessing advanced technology. SCEL’s blended classroom is the most modern advanced approach to improving education forever. You learn effectively, efficiently, and graduate with a sense of being included in the Education revolution.

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.