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The Springville Public Library would like to invite everyone to a free Baile Latino (Latin Dance) on Saturday, August 4 from 7:00 to 9:00. Music will be provided by Tu Radio Latino Mix.com.

Come dance salsa, merengue, bachata and more! This is one of many programs designed to teach the community about Latin American culture. In past months, they have had a Latin American dance group perform and a Day of the Dead celebration, among others.

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There are also programs only in Spanish such as the basic computer class that was held in May and the upcoming art night and a class by an immigration lawyer. Spanish-speaking patrons are welcome to check out free books, DVDs and audiobooks in Spanish. Follow Springville Library on Instagram and Facebook for the latest information.

La Biblioteca Pública de Springville desea invitar a todos al Baile Latino, el sábado, el 4 de agosto 7:00-9:00. La música será provista por Tu Radio Latino Mix.com y es gratis.

Salsa, merengue, bachata y más. Este es un programa diseñado para enseñar a la comunidad sobre la cultura latinoamericana. En los últimos meses, han tenido un grupo de baile latinoamericano y una celebración del Día de los Muertos, entre otros.

También hay programas solo en español, como la clase de informática básica que se llevó a cabo en mayo y la próxima noche de arte y una clase de un abogado de inmigración. Los usuarios que hablan español pueden prestar libros, DVDs y audiolibros en español sin gasto.Siga a Springville Library en Instagram y Facebook por la última información.

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