Miami-Dade Public Library offers Creole Basics for an Emerging Market
– Class will teach the primary language spoken in Haiti –
(Miami, FL – March 27, 2015) Sign up for an introductory course to familiarize yourself with Creole, the primary language spoken in Haiti. Registration is required and is limited to twenty‑five participants. The class will be held at the North Dade Regional branch located at 2455 N.W. 183rd Street in Miami. They will be held on Thursdays between April 2 and May 7, from 6‑7:30 p.m. Spanish and Portuguese classes have been offered at the Library and have been a success.
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