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Fall French Immersion Weekend – POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING ’22
September 25, 2021 @ 8:30 am - September 26, 2021 @ 4:00 pm
Join PBLS Instructors, Staff, Board Members, Volunteers fand special guest instructor Jason Coustou for a weekend of French Language Immersion! This unique, intermediate level or above, immersive experience September 25th & 26th, 2021 will be our final immersion event for the Fall season. Don’t miss it!
Jason Coustou’s connection with PBLS dates back many years when he participated in a number of French Immersion Weekends as a native speaker and activity facilitator. We are excited to have him back to work with our team to bring you this one of a kind immersive experience!
For many years our immersion programs were the heart and soul of PBLS. We are excited to be bringing back language immersions to Midcoast Maine! This September! Each day is packed full of activities and topics including music, reading, pronunciation, conversational skills, culinary activity, with multiple instructors for individual help, and so much more!
The program runs from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM (7.5 contact hours or .75 CEUs) per day (15 contact hours and/or 1.5 CEUs for the entire weekend). The 2 day program costs $300 and includes meals and snacks as well as any materials or other items needed.* There is an additional cost ($40-$60) to process CEUs through Maine Hutchinson Center. Email [email protected] for details on Contact Hours and CEUs.
*Overnight accommodations are not included in the $300 registration fee. The Midcoast region of Maine offers numerous hotels, motels and B&Bs ranging from low budget to luxurious. Please let us know if you would like a list of recommendations.
POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING ’22
INCLEMENT WEATHER INFO: We plan on using both the indoor and outdoor areas of the school for this event. If weather doesn’t allow for outdoor activity we will move the event entirely inside the building and follow PBLS COVID protocols for indoor events.
COVID 19 INFO: Like our recent events, we are insisting that patrons within the building wear face masks. While outdoors—although we strongly encourage the use of face masks to reduce the spread of COVID 19 and the emerging variants—we leave it to the discretion of the individual. Stay safe!