Sunday, October 20th, 2013 - Brazilian Ethnic School of South Australia
South Australia’s first Brazilian ethnic school will celebrate its inauguration with a special evening of culture, live entertainment and food.

The language school has been opened at Burnside Primary to give Brazilian families a chance to maintain and celebrate their culture, as well as to give non-Portuguese speakers the chance to learn this useful language and experience all that this rich culture has to offer.

As many South Australians prepare to travel to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup, it is a wonderful opportunity to make the most of their experience by learning Portuguese.

Brazilian Ethnic School of South Australia Principal Andrea Hughes says the inauguration evening will give guests an exciting taste of the culture.

“We are so proud to have finally opened the state’s first Brazilian ethnic school. For the opening celebration, guests will hear from key people within the Brazilian community and in government and business, as well as enjoy authentic food and live music with samba and capoeira demonstrations.”

Inauguration evening
When: Thursday, 24 October 2013 from 6.30 to 9.30pm
Where: City of West Torrens Hamra Centre Library, 1 Brooker Terrace, Hilton SA 5033
Bookings essential: contact www.westtorrens.sa.gov.au/library or call 8416 6228

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Brazilian Ethnic School of South Australia


The Brazilian Ethnic School of SA provides Brazilian Portuguese lessons to students of any background, skill level and age in South Australia.

The school aims to promote and preserve the language and culture of Brazil and Brazilians in South Australia. In addition to education, it will provide Brazilian cultural activities ie dancing, soccer, food, capoeira; In order to unite people interested in Brazil, its culture and language.

Alex Parry
M: 0422 722 093
W: www.facebook.com/BrazilianEthnicSchoolSA

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Brazil, School, Adelaide, Portuguese Language, Samba, World Cup 2014

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