Read Right Society has many opportunities

Programs offered to adults, kids, families or anyone in between including those for whom English is a Second Language

Read Right Society presents free literacy programs and opportunities for the community. Read Right strives to provide barrier free literacy programs that meet people where they are at, and help them achieve their goals.

This includes learning opportunities for adults, kids, families or anyone in between including those for whom English is a Second Language (ESL).  Current opportunities include:

• Casual Conversation Circles: Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. at the Hope Library, 1011 6th Ave. Participants take part in facilitated discussions that will give them opportunity to practice their conversational skills in a stress-free and supportive environment.

• ESL Reading Group: Tuesdays, 1:30-3 p.m., SOCIA Building, 895 3rd Ave. A reading group non-native English speakers/ESL students. Participants can read out loud, follow along and participate in discussions to develop reading, comprehension and conversation skills.

• Canadian Culture and Customs: Wednesdays, 12:30-2:30 p.m., SOCIA Building, 895 3rd Ave. This is an opportunity for people new to Canada to come and ask questions about the country including pop culture, traditions, typical Canadian icons and anything else that comes to mind.

Read Right Society is a registered non-profit organization that offers free literacy programs to promote, increase and encourage literacy and life-long learning in the Fraser Cascade Region. Programs are volunteer run and community focused. For more information, call 604-869-1363 or email

Larissa Dyble

ESL coordinator

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