Handley Regional Library System is helping patrons learn a new language with a special workshop on May 23rd at 6PM at Bowman Library. The program, Mango Languages Workshop, will show attendees how to use the free Mango Languages app available in the 24/7 digital library on the library system’s website. The app has over 70 different language courses – from Arabic to Yiddish – where you can learn online through interactive tutorials focused on culture, introductions, lifestyle, and more. Free and open the public, attendees can register online at www.handleyregional.org/adults. Attendees are encouraged to bring their smartphone, tablets, or other mobile devices to download the app and follow along in real-time.
“Mango Languages is a terrific way to help learn a new language through the library system,” says John Huddy, Director of Handley Regional Library System. “In addition to this program, we have several resources available including DVDs , CDs, and books to aid in your linguistic journey. We also have a great blog post on our website called ‘5 Ways the Library Can Help You Learn a Language’ where you can learn more about all of this.”
For more information on the Mango Languages workshop or app, contact Mandy Foote at email@example.com or 540.869.9000, extension 210.
For more information on how Handley Regional Library System serves the surrounding communities, visit the library website at www.handleyregional.org or call Barbara Dickinson at 540.662.9041, extension 31.