Library to host session on citizenship, launch English Conversation Club

The Colusa County Free Library and the U.S. Department of Citizenship and Immigration Services will host a free U.S. citizenship information session on Tuesday, Jan. 29 from 6-8 PM at the Colusa Library.  

At this session, those seeking information about the U.S. citizenship process will receive information and practice materials from a USCIS representative and take part in a mock interview.

This informational seminar is most beneficial to those who already have a visa, Library officials said. Registration is not required, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will not be present.  

For those wanting some practice sharpening their English speaking skills, beginning Feb. 19 through April 9, the Colusa Library will begin a free English Conversation Club on Tuesdays from 10:30-11:30 AM. Participants will practice speaking with the program implementer, along with other program attendees, about everyday topics such as “Where are you from?” to “What’s your favorite book?” 

In English Conversation Club, learners practice English in real-life situations, and as a result of a learner’s desire to practice and learn on their own increases, library officials said. Registration is required for this program and can occur on the first meeting date of Feb. 19.  

The Colusa Library is located at 738 Market St. For more information about these programs call the Literacy Coordinator at 458-0373. ■