Buttons & Bows Etiquette Class
An etiquette class for children 2 to 4 and a half years old. The youngsters will learn how to interact politely with others through etiquette games, play-acting and other activities. They will also learn traditional customs and table manners. The class is $45 and offered in two sessions.
Culinary Kids: Kids in the Kitchen
Children will learn to experiment in the kitchen as they learn to cook. The class is for children 5 to 12 years old. The class is offered in two sessions during the winter for $175. There is also a $40 materials fee.
Kids can learn straight from a mad scientist how electricity works and what's up with optical illusions with hands-on experiments. The class is offered during three sessions for children 5 to 12 years old. It is $89 plus a $10 materials fee.
The class will go over the basics of cake-decorating, including colorings, borders, stars and roses. The four-week class is offered at three different levels throughout the winter. The first course is open to those 12 and older, and the second and third class is open to those 13 and older. The class is $50, not including materials.
Teens 14 and older and adults can learn the art of fencing in one of three four-week classes. Participants will learn basic footwork, attacks, defense and the strategy behind fencing. The class is $50 with a $10 fee to use the protective gear.
Chair Yoga for Seniors
Residents 50 and older can learn how to do yoga in a chair whether at home, in the office or traveling. The class is designed for all levels and is offered for one session. It is $60 for the nine-week class.
Computers: Photo Organizing & More
Older adults will be taught how to do basic photo editing, organize pictures and share them online. Seniors will use Google's free Picasa program to organize, edit and share photos. The class is $6 with a suggested donation of $10 at the first lesson. It is offered in three sessions over the winter.