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Spanish PlayGroup for Children
Saturday, 14 April 2012, 10:30am

playgroup-spanishaustraliamagazineThe Spanish Club opens its doors for all those families who are interested in having their children play and interact with other children while getting involved in activities and games in Spanish. A way for children to not forget Spanish culture and language which has an important and privileged place in the world.

When: On Saturday, every 3 weeks
10:30am to 12pm
(*April session: 14th)

For detailed information, please contact:
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Online resource to learn: www.education.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/spanish/spanish.htm

Play Group is registered under the name of VICTORIA GROUP PLAY PEQUES with number # 108849. Since insurance coverage is important, we recommend each family to register in Playgroup Victoria. For further information regarding registration:

Playgroup Victoria
346 Albert St, Brunswick 3056 VIC
p: toll free 1800 171 882
p: 03 9388 1599 outside Victoria

Location : Spanish Club: 57-61 Johnston St, Fitzroy 3065 VIC

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