(E) Croatian Classes in St. Louis Starting in March
ST. LOUIS, MO - The Office of Continuing Education at St. Louis Community College at Meramec announces it will conduct classes in Croatian Language and Culture for beginning and intermediate students for the Spring, 2002 semester.
Classes will be held at Clayton High School, a convenient location a few blocks from downtown Clayton and less than 30 minutes from most areas of St. Louis and St. Louis County (free parking available).
No prerequisite is required to enroll in the classes. They are designed for all persons who are interested in the language and culture of Croatia. The beginners class will be held on Mondays, 7 to 9:30 p.m., starting March 11 and ending May 20. Basic expressions will be taught along with contemporary culture and current developments. The intermediate class, on Wednesdays, begins March 13 and ends on May 22, also 7 to 9:30 p.m. Classes provide an opportunity to learn and expand a vocabulary in Croatian. (No class on March 25 and 27 due to spring break.)
Nasja Boskovic Meyer, graduate in foreign language of the University of Missouri and former student at the University of Zagreb will be the instructor of the class. A native of Split, Croatia, and also a frequent traveler to her homeland, she is a member of CFU Lodge 50 in St. Louis.
Tuition is $62, plus the cost of texts for the course. For more information, contact the Meramec Community College Office of Continuing Education at 314-984-7777 or Nasja Boskovic Meyer, istructor, at 314-727-0747. The college course listing is CRO:701 Beginning, and CRO:702 Intermediate.
Distributed by www.CroatianWorld.net. This message is intended for Croatian Associations/Institutions and their Friends in Croatia and in the World. The opinions/articles expressed on this list do not reflect personal opinions of the moderator. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, please delete or destroy all copies of this communication and please, let us know!