EC San Francisco February 2015 Activity Calendar

  EC San Francisco February 2015 Activities Calendar Join us this month on some wintry activities in San Francisco. San Francisco English School will be taking students on a variety of activities with teachers and student ambassadors. All accompanied activities in orange require a 5 student minimum, so it’s very important to sign up. There’s a sign-up sheet at the Front Desk. Pay for tickets and weekend trips at the front desk. If you have any questions, please speak to Jessica. Activities in grey are suggested activities that you can do with friends or on your own. All free classes are in red. Free classes are a great opportunity to get extra practice in various English skills. We hope you’ll join us for some February Fun! EC offers many English courses in San Francisco, including the Academic Semester Programme.

Learn English Through Sports

As Superbowl Sunday approaches, EC San Francisco’s social calendar is full of sports-related activities for students. Playing sports is an excellent way to learn English with friends. Whether you’re interested in indoor sports, such as bowling or yoga, or sports that you can play outdoors, there are plenty of fun-filled activities coming up. Are you interested in trying the all-American tradition of rolling heavy balls down a narrow lane and trying to knock down white and red pins, while laughing, cheering and drinking beer with all your friends?If so, then you should definitely join Bowling with Drew on Wednesday, January 28th. The group will meet at the front desk at 5:45 and head out to Mission Bowling Club near 16th St. BART station.  You can sign up at the front desk. If you prefer a more relaxing exercise routine, how about joining the Free Yoga classes with Jessica on Thursday, January 29th? There are so many health benefits of yoga, including improving flexibility, posture, and strength while keeping you from getting sick during cold season. The class starts at 6pm in the student lounge, and some mats are provided, but you may also bring a towel. There is no special equipment needed. Anyone can join. Sign up at the front desk. The excitement continues into the weekend as Americans throw parties and hit the pubs for Superbowl Sunday on February 1st, in order to watch the most important football game of the year. Superbowl Sunday will be attract many football fans to sports bars, which are excellent places to learn about American sports culture and practice English with native speakers. If you prefer soccer to football, then you could join the ever-popular Soccer Game in Japantown with Wasim. Students and their friends gather and play soccer on an outdoor field in Raymond Kimball Playground every Sunday. … Read more