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    • 4:00 PM
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    REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR SPRING 2024

    CHECK BACK AGAIN FOR SUMMER 2024 CLASSES


    Complete your enrollment now for our
    12-week VIRTUAL LANGUAGE COURSE

    Register early to receive a FREE textbook while supplies last!!

    Class Levels / Days / Times

    We offer several VIRTUAL classes for Adults & Children 13 and older

    • Beginner Level 1: Sunday 9:00 AM – 10:20 AM Pacific Time
    • Beginner Level 2: Sunday 10:30 AM – 11:50 AM Pacific Time
    • Intermediate: Sunday 1:00 PM – 2:20 PM Pacific Time
    • Advanced: Sunday 2:30 PM – 3:50 AM Pacific Time

    Not sure which class best suits your level? Enroll where you think you best fit, then attend class on the first day. You can change your registration by no later than the end of the second class.

    Visit our Classes webpage for detailed class descriptions and

    to submit any inquiries to the Language Program.

    Class Dates

    BEGINNER ADULTS LEVEL 1  *FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS* 


    Classes run for 12 weeks on Sundays from January 28 through April 28, 2024, from

    9:00 AM to 10:20 AM

    • January:  28
    • February: 4, 11, 25 (no class on Feb 18 for Presidents' weekend)
    • March:  3, 10, 24 (no class on Mar 17 and Mar 31 - Easter Sunday)
    • April:  7, 14, 21, 28
    • May: 5

    BEGINNER ADULTS LEVEL 2


    Classes run for 12 weeks on Sundays from January 28 through April 28, 2024, from

    10:30 AM to 11:50 AM

    • January:  28
    • February: 4, 11, 25 (no class Feb 18 for Presidents' weekend)
    • March:  3, 10, 24 (no class on Mar 17 and Mar 31 - Easter Sunday)
    • April:  7, 14, 21, 28
    • May: 5

    INTERMEDIATE ADULTS


    Classes run for 12 weeks on Sundays from January 28 through April 28, 2024, from

    1:00 PM to 2:20 PM

    • January:  28
    • February: 4, 11, 25 (no class Feb 18 for Presidents' weekend)
    • March:  3, 10, 24 (no class on Mar 17 and Mar 31 - Easter Sunday)
    • April:  7, 14, 21, 28
    • May: 5

    ADVANCED ADULTS


    Classes run for 12 weeks on Sundays from January 28 through April 28 2024, from

    2:30 PM to 3:50 PM

    • January:  28
    • February: 4, 11, 25 (no class Feb 18 for Presidents' weekend)
    • March:  3, 10, 24 (no class on Mar 17 and Mar 31 - Easter Sunday)
    • April:  7, 14, 21, 28
    • May: 5

    Tuition

    Non-Member: $275

    Member: $250*
    *An active IDESST Sausalito Portuguese Cultural Center membership is REQUIRED to qualify for the discount. If you would like to submit a new member application, and further support IDESST Sausalito Portuguese Cultural Center, click here. Applications must be approved by our Board of Directors BEFORE you can be an active member and qualify for the member discount. The Board approves membership applications monthly.

    Late registration will be allowed only through the 3rd classMake-up classes or credit are not available if a student misses a class. In the event the instructor misses a class, a make-up class will be scheduled or a recorded class may be provided. 


    Visit our Classes webpage for detailed class descriptions and

    to submit any inquiries to the Language Program.

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IDESST SAUSALITO 
PORTUGUESE 
CULTURAL CENTER

511 CALEDONIA STREET
SAUSALITO, CA 94965

Main Phone: 415.331.5925
Fax: 415.842.0353
General Email: info@idesst.org

Rental Phone: 415.843.1761
Rental Email: rental@idesst.org

Photo | © Diane Dias

The Story of
Queen Isabel

In the late 13th century during a severe famine throughout Portugal, a compassionate Queen Isabel was determined to help her starving subjects. Legend has it that during her efforts she was confronted by the very harsh King Diniz while crossing the royal courtyard with crown jewels (in some versions of the story it was bread) hidden in her apron.

The King asked the Queen what she was carrying in her apron, and she responded “roses” although it was mid-winter and none were blooming. But when her apron was opened for the king’s inspection, the jewels had been miraculously converted to roses. The miracle allowed the Queen to continue to sell her jewelry to feed the starving Portuguese population.

IDESST SAUSALITO 
PORTUGUESE CULTURAL CENTER

511 CALEDONIA STREET
SAUSALITO, CA 94965
Main: 415.331.5925
Rentals: 415.843.1761
Fax: 415.842.0353

General Email: info@idesst.org
Rental Email:
 rental@idesst.org


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