We love doing things differently and we love when being different is edgy because edgy is cool and we are nothing if not cool. (In a dorky kind of way of course!)
So, what the hell is Taboo Night? No, silly we aren’t going to get drunk and have sex with our brothers. (We don’t even have brothers!) No, seriously. But I can’t promise we won’t get a bit tipsy.
What I can promise you is that we will have fun. We will eat and drink. We will be merry and it will all be very very taboo. In a language kind of way. Spanish will be prohibited!
We will need you to sign up for this one, however, so we know how many drinks and snacks to buy. Once everyone arrives we will call for pizza. Last time we had game night, our bellies were a growling! Which is why we have decided to add pizza to the mix.
When: Friday the 15th of July
Time: 20:30-23:00 (after the Big Questions workshop)
Price: $150 – 2 cans of beer or soda, snacks, pizza, fun and games.
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There is no funner way to practice your English than playing. There is no dispute about that. And, if you are a nerd, like we are, trivia is a fantastically fun way to learn, not only English but also senseless pieces of information through playing.
What is Trivia?
Trivia is basically details, considerations, or pieces of information of very little importance or value.
What did Madonna wear in the original version of her 1984 hit single “Like a Virgin”
a) a wedding dress
b) a cone shaped bra
c) a nun’s habit
How will we play?
There will be 6 categories; Geography, Entertainment, History, Arts & Literature, Science & Nature, and Sports & Leisure. Once everyone has arrived we will break up into groups to compete for the grand prize. (Shhh, it’s a surprise!)
What will you get for your money?
The cost is $100 pesos and it includes 2 hours of gaming, 2 cans of beer (or soda) and snacks (potato chips, peanuts, etc) oh yeah and loads of nerdy fun!
“The greatest gift you can give is your time.” -Unknown
The science of happiness states that there is one step that keeps us from being a 10 on the scale of contentment and that is giving back to the community IN community!
That is why on June 4th 2016, from 9:30-12:30 the English in Rosario and Spanish in Rosariocommunities will be giving back by helping BAR | Banco de Alimentos in #Rosario to unload, organize, count, clean, and inventory the food that will then be distributed to those that need it most!
You will not be able to donate your time if you do not sign up by Thursday June 2nd.
You can do so by clicking here:https://goo.gl/dKsNFq
We hope you will invite your family to participate!
What is Philosophy? Who is a philosopher? What is the meaning of life? Is there life after death? Who are you really? What came first, the chicken or the egg?
These, and many more, are some of the big questions we plan to explore in our first English and Philosophy meet up.
This is a great opportunity to expand your perspectives as well as practice English, all at the same time!
Guided by Stephanie Cariker, native English teacher from the United States and Hernan Aliani, local philosopher, we will guide the group through a two hour discussion, seeking to open a space where opinion does not impede new points of view.
When: Once a month. Our next meeting is May 20th at 18:00.
Place: Catamarca 3095