Mazatlan Free summer courses will be taught by Municipal Libraries


Children can learn from the memories of indigenous peoples, emotion management, the history of the work of “Robinson Crusoe” and about the care of animals

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The holidays arrived and before that, the four municipal libraries decided to teach summer courses free of charge for minors.

The themes will be varied and on almost simultaneous dates, all have limited space, which is why it is necessary that interested parties attend as soon as possible to register in these spaces. The ages vary from 6 to 13 and all will take place from 10:00 in the morning to 1:00 in the afternoon.

The library located in the Historic Center will offer the Workshop “Patolli of Stories, Memories of our Indigenous Peoples”, where children can learn about how many languages ​​are spoken in the republic and in which areas, delving into the cultures Nahuatl, Otomí, Huichol, May and Purepecha.

It will be from July 15 to 19.

In the library located in Francisco Villa, the course “A shared world” will teach infants how to take better care of animals. This will take place on the days of 15 to 19 of this month.

The library located in El Conchi will disseminate the theme “The diary of emotions”, where children can learn to have a better management and expression of their feelings through writing and drawing. Such course will be held a week before, that is, during the days of July 8 to 12.

In the same as the previous one, the library of Casa Hogar will give its Workshop “History of Robinson Crusoe”, where attendees can discover 5 points about this work.

Source: reaccion informativa

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