Events by Month
- Spanish Culture and Easy Fun Words (OASIS0
- 06/06/2012 - 07/24/2012
In 204 B.C. Romans created the term Hispanic to identify inhabitants from the Iberian Peninsula which encompasses Spain and Portugal today. Today Hispanics are a mix of European, African and Native American people, and one in seven people in the United States is of Hispanic origin. Join Dick Powell as we become more familiar with the food, music, history and traditions of the Hispanic population. Knowledge of the Spanish language is not required for this class but the study will include some fun and useful Spanish phrases to help extend your experience of this rich culture.
Instructor: Dick Powell
Fee: $24 - 4 sessions
167 - Wednesdays, June 6 - June 27 9:30-10:30
Broad Ripple Flanner & Buchanan
367 - Tuesdays, July 3 - July 24 10:00-11:00
Washington Park Center
Registration: You must be a member of OASIS to register for any class, trip or special event unless otherwise stated. Members may register for a class at the location where the class is offered once registration has started or by using the mail-in registration process. In addition, members may register using online registration on the OASIS website. Note: You must have an email address to create your own MyOASIS account in order to do online registration.
Registration fee: There is a one-time registration fee of $15 (non-transferable, non-refundable) per trimester, per individual.
All calls regarding classes, cancellations, travel and general OASIS business should be directed to OASIS Washington Park Office at 317-396-3751. Visit us at www.oasisnet.org.