Release - September 15, 2017
Free Survival English (ESL) Classes for Adults at Vineland Public Library
ESL (English as a Second Language) classes are being held at Vineland
Public Library, 1058 E. Landis Avenue. The classes target individuals
whose low English level prevents them from interacting with English
speakers in their daily lives. The classes will focus on vocabulary
for daily life and the basic grammar patterns of English.
Classes for beginning students began on Monday, September 11. Beginning
classes will take place every Monday and Friday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Classes for intermediate students began on Monday, September 11. Intermediate
classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:15– 11:30
a.m. All classes are free and open to residents of Vineland, Millville
or Bridgeton (Vineland residents will have priority) who are at least
18 years old and grew up speaking any language other than English. Classes
will meet in the library’s Community Event Room, which is located
on the first floor of the library. Enrollment is ongoing. Interested
students must bring their library card with them to register, and a
notebook and pencil to use in the class.
All individuals needing ESL or citizenship instruction should register
at the library’s Information Desk on the first floor. Those registered
will be called as tutors become available.
Residents of Vineland can get a free library card by showing photo ID
and proof of residence and filling out a short form at the library’s
Front Desk. For more information, please contact the Adult Services
Department at 856-794-4244 ext. 4243.
Funding for the ESL classes has been provided by the Friends of Vineland
All areas of the library are accessible to people with disabilities.
To learn more about library displays, services and programs, (856) 794-4244.
Regular library hours are Monday – Thursday (9-8); Friday and
Saturday (9-5); closed Sunday.