English Classes for Parents

English Classes for Parents
Posted on 11/04/2021
Project Literacy offers free services to adults learning to read, write, or speak English. Many are immigrants who are studying English and learning about American culture and some are native or nearly fluent English speakers who are improving their language skills. Students can improve their job skills, support their children’s education, attend computer class, and prepare for U.S citizenship.

Walk and Talk

Fridays, October 1st-December 10th 10:00-11:30AM
Meet other English language learners from Project Literacy and the Waltham Public Library’s ELL program as we walk along the Charles River for 40-60 minutes. We will alternate starting points between the two programs. Students and tutors welcomed. All levels; no registration.
Waltham dates: October 1, 15, 29; November 12 (no program Nov 26); December 3. Meet at the Moody Street Bridge on the north side.
Watertown dates: October 8, 22; November 5, 19; December 10. Main St. entrance of the library.

Drop-in Conversation
Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30PM
Watertown Library, 2nd Floor
Chat with other English language learners in Project Literacy. All levels welcomed; no registration required.