After our Winter break at the Harvest English Institute, we would like to take the opportunity to wish you all a very Happy New Year. We hope you have plenty planned for the months ahead and are looking forward to getting back to your English studies at one of our campuses in Newark, Orlando, and Los Angeles.
To get you started with an absolutely brilliant 2019, we have complied our monthly guide of top events taking place this January near each of our campuses.
Take advantage of these events to get your English rolling in 2019. Which one will you be adding to your calendar this month?
Newark, New Jersey
Taking place throughout January 2019, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra has a wonderful selection of concerts to enjoy as part of their winter festival. Inspired by historic poetry and stories, it showcases different ways in which music speaks to us.
It’s an excellent opportunity to sit back and relax for an evening of fabulous classical music.
When? Select dates throughout January 2019
Where? Prudential Hall
How much? From $20 per person
Continue to feel the Christmas spirit during the first week of January by celebrating the Latin tradition ‘Fiesta De Los Reyes’ at SeaWorld. Visitors to the park can enjoy a live nativity scene where the Three Kings take center stage. There is a chance to enjoy some delicious festive foods too.
This is a wonderful way to celebrate this magical festival in the heart of Orlando.
When? January 1st – 6th, 2019
How much? From $80 per person
Los Angeles, California
Start the year off by enjoying California’s sunny climate at the annual Rose Parade. It features a host of beautiful floral floats that line the streets of Pasadena. At the post-parade showcase, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the floats up close while marveling at their splendor and intricate detail.
For those of you who having been missing the summer sun over the Winter break, the Rose Parade is the ideal way to soak up some rays.
When? January 1st – 2nd , 2019
How much? $15 per person
We hope you can make it to one of these events, or maybe you have come across some other great attractions to visit during the month of January. It’s important to remember that getting out in your community is the ideal way to learn about American local culture and take a well-earned break from your studies too.
If you are not yet studying with us here at the Harvest English Institute and would like to learn more about the wide selection of courses we offer our students, our team would love to hear from you. Get in touch with us at 0833 609 4646 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org