The last Wednesday of the month is a time for Mérida’s community of writers to meet and mingle.
Stories read aloud and activities for the whole family, every Saturday morning. Free and open to the public.
The Mérida English Library’s popular Home and Garden Tours are every Tuesday through March 2017. See what is behind those closed doors in historic downtown Mérida.
The Mérida English Library’s final lecture of the season will be a brief overview of Mayan hieroglyphs with archeology specialist Andrea Slusser.
The Mérida English Library’s Evenings of Mérida Magic are the second Thursday of the month, each at a different home in Mérida. The address is known only to ticket holders. Wines are poured for tasting, accompanied by food to complement the wine.
Prof. Shalanda Baker will discuss “Renewable Energy and Green Development in the Yucatán. The talk is free and open to the public By 2018, nine renewable energy projects, including solar and wind developments, are due to be installed on the Yucatán Peninsula, a topic well known by the University of Hawaii law professor and Fulbright-García Robles Scholar. […]
“Why We Write and What Inspires Us” is the topic at the Mérida Writers Group’s free panel presentation.
Less waste, less driving, more solar power. A “Green Team” at the library is making the expat hangout a more environmentally sensitive space.
Under the tropical sky of the Mérida English Library garden, a well-loved play was performed off-off-off-very-off Broadway. But “Love Letters” transformed the Mérida stage, into another world.
“Love Letters,” the well-loved play by A.R. Gurney, will be performed at the Mérida English Library.