Youth offers online summer courses from the Llunàtics and Dinàmics programs

02 June 2020 - 15: 00

The Department of Youth has released an offer of online courses that will be taught from June 15 to August 13, with programming for participants from 4 to 16 years old and another for users over 16 years old.

For students from 4 to 16 years old, circus classes are offered at home; classical dance mini level and medium level; urban dance; Crafts; painting; school reinforcement from 1st to 6th grade; medium and junior english; street dance medium; comic and illustration and hip hop junior.

As for the courses scheduled for those over 16, you can choose from eighteen options: English; bachata and sauce; Latin dance; excel and powerpoint; Flemish; Photography; fun gymnastics; guitar and music theory; yoga; sign language; patchwork; pilates; painting; sevillanas; Tai Chi; toning; chi kung and zumba.

Both offers will require a minimum of 8 people enrolled to teach each workshop. To obtain more information about these courses and enrollment, you must send an email to the address officllunatics @ hotmail or telephone 96 642 37 00.

Another training activity that Youth will launch shortly is an intensive English preparation course at level B1 aimed at young people and with free registration.

As for the "Young Saturdays", you will have to wait to enter phase 3 of the de-escalation to enjoy the leisure activities offered by the program.

Finally, the team of Youth Dénia, headed by the councilor Melani Ivars, is working on a schedule of face-to-face activities for the months of July and August, adapted to the conditions of the new normality, to be announced later.

In-person attention returns to the public

Once phase 2 of de-escalation has begun, the Youth offices (ronda de les Muralles, 42) reopen the doors from this week to attend users in person by appointment. This can be ordered through the electronic office found on the website of the City of Dénia (www.denia.es). The hours of operation are from 9 a.m. to 14 p.m., Monday through Friday.

  1. Ricardo Lopez Ivars says:

    Is the llunatics email address correct? I get it wrong, thanks a greeting.

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