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To celebrate Canada Day, the Mérida English Library will be serving up hot poutine on Friday morning from 10 to 12. Poutine is a dish...
The organizers of the MEL Lecture Series are reviving the program, and here are the topics scheduled each Wednesday for the first few weeks: Nov....
Raise a glass to the Merida English Library for surviving lockdown. Its gradual reopening is afoot and Thursday's MEL Wine Tasting is evidence of just that.
The Merida English Library, a prominent gathering place for foreign-born residents since the 1990s, is urgently raising funds to continue operations. "As COVID-19 continues...
Return those borrowed books as soon as possible, because the Merida English Library is closing Saturday, June 1. They won't open again until the...
The INAH permit is in hand and fundraising efforts have paid off at the Merida English Library
Adriana Medina "brings experience and great energy to the library."
Eager to get to Phase 2 of its expansion, the Merida English Library‘s most important fundraiser of the year is coming up next week.
The Merida English Library is looking for a new administrator to replace Susanna McKibben, who is leaving in mid-February after more than four years.
As the Merida English Library prepares for another season of House and Garden Tours this fall, organizers are looking for homes to feature, and a coordinator to make it all happen.
After months of fundraising, the Merida English Library is ready to begin its expansion. Members will have to adjust.
A silent auction and "Tapas Feast" raised 300,000 pesos for the Mérida English Library's expansion plans.
The Mérida English Library, a long-standing expat hangout in the heart of the "gringo gulch," has announced an architect for its long-awaited expansion.
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.
The increasing impact of novelists, poets and memoirists on the Mérida social scene has made author Grant Spradling happy he reconsidered moving away a decade ago.