Event Description: Come practice the Italian
you have been learning in the classroom, online, from books etc. If you only know 3 words, this is the place to come and practice
them and learn a few more! Water seeks it's own level which gives everybody at different levels a chance to communicate as
much as they want. Everybody is very helpful and there is always something to learn and have fun at the same time. (please note that this group is NOT meant to be a classroom enviornment, but rather a place to come practice what you
click on MeetUp link (below) to go to the site. You must signup and RSVP before attending.
From Vito, the organizer:
All Levels Meetup!
Please come check it
out if you haven't already done so. Open, friendly and fun. Water seeks it's own level which creates a
space for everyone to satisfy their conversational needs. You may hear
conversations in italian only, english only, and/or a mixmatch ot the two! If
you know 3 words this is the night to come try them out! Always fun and
You have up to 1 hour
before the meetup to change your RSVP. Please remember that if you RSVP yes and
don't show up you will be removed from the group after 5 no shows. I need to be consistent and fair to everyone
so thank you all for your cooperation in this matter.
Please note that there
is more than one Brooklyn's restaurant and this one is behind Invesco Field and
not by the Pepsi center. The first
time may be a bit difficult to find, but it truly is centrally located and seconds
from I-25 north and south.
Remember that we are
guests to this establishment so please do not bring your own food or drink
(which is against Colorado health laws) and if possible please buy something,
no matter how small, to support the establishments willing to host our events.
As for the level of
people who can attend: Anyone and Everyone!
If you don't think
this is a 5 star event, stop and ask yourself what you did wrong, because the
opportunities are there!
Thanks everyone. Hope
you can make it! Please remember to RSVP
ASAP so I can create the space we need.
A presto, Vito