Pima County Public Library Welcomes You

Where can I take English classes?


LocationDate
Eckstrom-ColumbusTuesday/martes & Thursday/jueves, noon-1:30pm & 6-7:30pm
• Begins September 9, 2014
Himmel ParkTuesdays & Fridays, noon-2pm
• Begins September 9, 2014
Martha CooperMonday/lunes & Wednesday/miércoles, 6-7:30pm
• Begins September 8, 2014
MissionTuesdays, 6-7:30pm
• Begins September 9, 2014
MissionMonday/lunes & Wednesday/miércoles, 9-10:30am
• Begins September 8, 2014
Murphy-WilmotThursdays, 6-7:30pm
• Begins September 11, 2014
NaniniTuesdays, Noon-2pm
Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm
• Fall session begins September 2.
NaniniWednesday & Friday, noon-2pm
• Begins September 9, 2014
Quincie DouglasMondays & Wednesdays (lunes y miércoles), 6-7:30pm
• Begins September 8, 2014
Santa RosaMonday/lunes & Tuesday/martes, 5-6:30pm
• Begins September 8, 2014
ValenciaTuesday/martes & Thursday/jueves, noon-2pm
• Begins September 9, 2014
Woods MemorialMondays & Wednesdays (lunes y miércoles), noon-2pm
• Begins September 8, 2014.

For more information about help for immigrants visit our Citizenship page.

About this Project

The Welcome to the Library project is an effort of the Pima County Public Library to build relationships with refugee and other non-English speaking communities in Pima County.

The videos were produced in collaboration with the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology and local refugee service providers.

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The following organizations worked in partnership with Pima County Public Library during this project.

Pima County Public Library logo UA Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology logo Catholic Community Services logo Horizons for Refugee Families logo Refugee Focus logo

These videos are available thanks to a grant from the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records Agency, a division of the Arizona Secretary of State, under the Library Services and Technology Act, which is administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
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