Italian class postponed

ARLINGTON Nausica Zorzis class on beginning Italian has been postponed and will start April 30 since not enough people were registered for its April 9 start time.
The class is oriented for travelers planning a trip to Italy and want to know how to introduce themselves, understand directions, buy tickets and souvenirs and to order food and vino. The class is offered at Little Italy Market & Trattoria, at 318 N Olympic, Arlington.
The course will offer basic conversation phrases and practical information about Italy and the Italian culture, as well. The cost of a text book is not included in the $115 fee, but may be purchased from the instructor.
The class runs for six weeks from 6 8 p.m., Mondays, April 30 to June 11. Offered through the city of Arlingtons Community Recreation Program students should register at 360-403-3448.
Also available for travelers to Spanish-speaking countries, a beginning Spanish
Conversation and Culture class starts Friday, April 13 and runs for six weeks, from 6 8 p.m., at Weston High School, 4407 172nd St NE in Arlington.
In this course adult students will learn basic conversational Spanish phrases, as well as practical information about Hispanic cultures.
A Spanish class for children ages K-3 runs from 4:15 to 4:50 p.m., Fridays, April 13 to May 18, Kent Prairie Elementary Library, 8110 207th St NE, Arlington. The kids class uses age-appropriate activities such as games, songs, stories and cultural enrichment. on a wide variety of topics for children with previous exposure to Spanish.

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