Spanish History and Culture

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Course Title:  A Colorful Glimpse of Espana, Culture, History, and Cuisine

Course #18F03

Dates:  October 11, 15, 18, 23, 2018

Time:  3:30 – 5:30

Location:  Room 417, Hurley School, 5503 W Rangeview Dr., Hurley

Fee: $30 (early bird discount of $5 if registered by Oct. 1)

Objectives:  This 4 night adventure will highlight what makes Spain such a desirable destination.  Come learn why instructor Patritto returns over and over again to this fascinating country!

Course structure:  The course will be given in _4__ sessions, each _2__ hours long, covering the following topics:  highlights journey through history 711AD-present, architecture, the story of Madonna at Monserrat, the La Sagrada Familia, Mediterranean cuisine of the 17 regions of Spain, and more

Requirements: None

Instructor: Natalie Patritto graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in Secondary Education with an Emphasis in English and a minor in German.  Later, she received a license to teach Spanish through the University of Minnesota-Duluth and received graduate credits in Spanish from Northern Michigan University.  While teaching high school Spanish for the last 26 years she has taken students and adults on trips to Europe- including Spain, Costa Rica and New York City. In addition to teaching, she has done translating for individuals, law enforcement, and companies. This will be her 4th Fe University teaching experience.