Free ESL Classes

For new speakers of English, we have opportunities to learn and gain confidence in using English to communicate in meaningful ways with those around you.

ESL Classes

Autumn Sessions

September to December


Winter Sessions

January to March


Spring Sessions

April to June

Conversation Class is for new speakers of English, ages 15 and up. All levels welcomed. You must be able to understand basic instructions and take part in a simple conversation.

Come and practice your English speaking and listening skills in a relaxed setting with native English speakers, using a wide range of conversation topics about Canadian culture. Come have fun and make new friends.

Monday Evenings, 7:00–8:30 pm


online via Zoom

For registration and details email MaryAnn

Grammar Class. Learn the basics of English grammar from beginner to intermediate levels in a fun and light-hearted atmosphere.

Monday Afternoons, 2:00–3:00 pm


online via Zoom

For registration and details email Ron Osborne

ESL Bible Study. Using the book of Matthew, we study the life of Jesus and his teachings. This class focuses on reading, speaking and listening skills as well as strengthening vocabulary using an easy-reader version of the Bible. This class is helpful for upper-beginners, intermediate or advanced English speakers.

Wednesdays Evenings, 7:00–8:30 pm


online via Zoom

For registration and details email Ron Osborne

SURVIVOR I.* This class is taught by Graceland English School out of Poland. This class focuses on mastering grammar tenses and grammar at an intermediate level. Students will spend time reading short passages of text and understanding it. During inspiring discussions, based on the texts read, students will learn and practice new vocabulary.

Tuesday and Thursday Mornings, 8:00–9:30 pm


online via Zoom

For registration and details email Ron Osborne

*This is a tuition class but subsidies are available.

“Conversation Club helps new Canadians adapt to Canadian culture. It also builds relationships between residents and new residents based on lessons from everyday topics.”