Program: Personal Enrichment
Come learn the ancient art of wire wrapping and basic beading techniques that open the door for creating intricate and beautiful jewelry designs! Develop entrepreneurship skills and learn how to price and market your creations at events and through social media. This course focuses on creating a strong foundation for the students and teaches some … Continue reading “Jewelry Making: Creating and Selling Your Own Jewelry Designs”
This studio course is designed to introduce students to the methods and skills necessary to understand and perform Yoga. Relaxation techniques and flexibility are stressed.
Students are introduced to the core beliefs and practices of major world religions. The emphasis in this course is on origins, history, and the social and cultural aspects of multiple world religions.
Vietnamese cuisine is fresh and exotic, filled with herbs and spices. Students will learn how these aromatics meals are influenced by land, sea, and rainforests as well as French and Chinese cuisines. Vietnamese cooking is a balance of senses affected by the elements of Earth, Water, Fire, Metal and Wood
Starting Your Native Garden: The How’s and Why’s You Can be the Link to Saving Our Pollinators and Songbirds!
Planning to garden this coming spring with native plants? This class will explore the new best practices for taking care of your soil, understanding how pollinators and plants interact to support the environment, and preparing and designing your gardens to bring beauty and nourishment to your neighborhood wildlife starting on your own property and/or your … Continue reading “Starting Your Native Garden: The How’s and Why’s You Can be the Link to Saving Our Pollinators and Songbirds!”
Irish dishes to celebrate the “Wearing of the Green”. Session will include classic dishes from the Emerald Isle.
In this course, theater students produce a play. Areas such as acting, the design and development of sets, props, costuming, make-up, lighting, sound, and theater administration and management are examined and practiced. Students explore play production through rehearsals and producing and prepare a play for performance.
In this introductory course to Public Speaking students will engage in the process of transmitting ideas and information orally in a variety of situations. Effective oral communication involves generating messages and delivering them with attention to vocal variety, articulation, and nonverbal signals. In order to be a competent speaker, a person must be able to … Continue reading “Public Speaking*”
Introduces techniques and procedures of basic cooking, including knife skills, culinary terminology, equipment usage, product identification and applied cooking techniques as well as basic fabrication, practical sanitation, culinary math, soup, stock, and sauce preparation.
Pilates will challenge deep abdominal muscles to support the core, create a stronger, more flexible spine as well as promote recovery from strain or injury. Pilates conditions the entire body with a non-impact approach suitable for all ages and abilities.