This Week Film Showings: Hearing Week March 23 – 29 (in AMC Reading Hall)

Hearing adMarch 23 – 29 is Hearing Week, sponsored by the National Foundation for the Deaf in the U.S., to raise awareness for hearing health. We welcome you to learn more about hearing in the AMC Reading Hall, where all week we will show films about the importance of our ears and movies with actors who are hard-of-hearing or deaf. (We bet you might not know some of the famous Hollywood actors who are deaf or hard-of-hearing!) Films start today and please see below for a list of showings all week.


Shaping the Way We Teach

Shaping the Way We TeachWednesday, March 25 at 4 p.m. for a screening of the continuing webinar series, ”Shaping the Way We Teach.” This session will be devoted to Reciprocal Teaching Reading Strategies and given by Rob Danin, EFL Specialist. After the webinar showing, Moscow-based English Language Fellow, John Kotnarowski, will moderate a discussion at AMC with the audience.

Toastmasters/Public Speaking Club

The next meeting of WorldSurfers Toastmasters Club will take place on  Tuesday, March 24 at 7p.m.  This club is a structured club to help members learn better public speaking and presentation skillsToastmasters in English and the first meeting is open and free to all. For more information about club requirements and membership, please contact AMC staff.

English Language Club for Teenagers

Teens ClubTuesday, March 24 at 5 p.m. for the first meeting of a 10-week program called “English Language Club for Teenagers.” These free classes will be conducted by AMC Director Kore Gleason from 24 March to 14 May, generally on Tuesdays (with a couple of Thursdays as well) and is open to teenagers aged 13 to 16 years old. Participants will learn English, American culture, music, games, geography and much more. Please contact AMC staff or e-mail [email protected] for more details.

Literature Club

the age of innocenceJoin us on Saturday, March 21 at 11 a.m. for our monthly Literature Club. This meeting will be devoted to the famous American novel, “The Age of Innocence” by Edith Wharton. Considered Wharton’s masterpiece, this novel explores both historical New York and the passions and heartbreaks of love. If you enjoy reading, learning more about American literature and having a great discussion, then come and join us!

Children’s Club: Wonders of Water!

Water adDear boys and girls of 7 to 12! Please, welcome to our monthly meeting on Saturday, March 21 at 1 p.m.! This time we’ll talk about water and learn magic tricks you can easily do at home!

Change the world around you and impress your friends and siblings!

** Please, sign up at [email protected]