Free Virtual “Language Lunches”

What is a Virtual Language Lunch? It is a FREE weekly foreign language conversation group on Zoom offered by PBLS. Prior to the pandemic, we hosted free, in-person conversation groups (at lunchtime) at the schoolhouse in Rockland for several languages. Since that time, we’ve moved the program online, and now have participants and hosts from all over the world and offer many more language options!

Whether enrolled PBLS student or simply interested in practicing language skills, please join us for one of our (FREE) weekly Zoom Language Lunches. This volunteer driven service is part of Penobscot Bay Language School’s commitment to provide accessible and meaningful foreign language programming to the residents of Midcoast Maine and around the World. Join us this week or contact us for further details!

Weekly Language Lunch Schedule

Monday- French – 12:00 PM
Tuesday- Spanish – 12:00 PM
Tuesday- Russian – 12:00 PM
Wednesday- Italian – 11:00 AM
Thursday- German – 12:00 PM
Friday- Portuguese – 12:00 PM

To join a weekly Language Lunch in  French, German, Portuguese or Spanish, please use the following login details to join (at the designated time/day above):

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 835 6891 6937
Passcode: 666387

To join a weekly Language Lunch in Russian please use the following login details (at the designated time/day above):

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 876 7125 7335
Passcode: 849608

For our Italian Language Lunch please use the following Zoom details (at the designated time/day above):

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 875 8151 1364
Passcode: 123456


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I knew that I needed a boost and got it from this program. It is a 24/7 English environment that really works. There have been amazing presentations and great volunteers and the teachers bring their skills and soul to the program. My biggest improvement is in listening skills. Now I catch myself when I start to make a mistake.

Michael, Computer Technology, Russia/Canada English Immersion: Everyday Conversation & Culture Canada December 14, 2015