Painting for the Petrified Day Course
Due to the popularity of this course, we have scheduled another to start on Monday 13 April 12:30pm. For those who would love to have a go at painting but don't have the confidence, Majorie will guide you through various media and techniques to get you producing your own work in no time. Materials incl.
Think Talk: Selective Reproduction
Dr Julie Park from The University of Auckland’s School of Social Sciences. Tuesday 15 April 7:30 - 8:30pm.
What do New Zealanders do and say about having a family or having more children when a genetic 'disability' is a strong likelihood? This talk examines the moral reasoning of people and families with genetic conditions, of people who work with these families, and of parliamentarians and others who deliberate to make laws and guidelines governing these decisions. The concepts of 'disability' and 'choice' are critically examined. Entry by gold coin donation.
French Regional Cuisine - Whistle Stop by Train
June will share with you the recipes she collected on a train trip through France, travelling from Paris through to Bordeaux, Biarritz, Toulouse, Marseille and Lyon. The food you will prepare will celebrate each of these regions and their special cuisine. Starts 28 April.
The Best of Mexican Food
Celebrate the flavours and traditions of Mexico with a selection of different easy classic dishes each week in a fun, relaxed class where you will share the meal at the end of the lesson. Try tacos, guacamole, tortilla and other traditional dishes. Starts 28 April with Juan Chavarria.
Shakespeare is regarded as the greatest playwright and poet in the English language. This is an interactive course and requires some participation from the students. It covers the Shakespearean Age, The Comedies, Tragedies and Histories and Shakespeares relevance to the present world. Starts 28 April with David Stillaman.
The Great Italian Artists: Afternoon Course
Michelangelo, Giotto, Caravaggio were some of Italy's great artists. Do you want to know more about their art and lives? During this course you will explore the art and lives of some of the great Renaissance and Baroque artists and the fascinating times in which they lived. Starts 29 April with Cristina Capri.
Love Your Leftovers !
Sick of making too much food and wasting perfectly good leftovers? Love Your Leftovers will teach you how to save money and time, learn how to use all of the edible parts of vegetables and fruits, to shop seasonally and to create exciting meals from your leftovers.Starts 29 April with Jenny Marshall.
Healthy Kids Lunchboxes, Breakfasts, Dinners and After-School Snacks
In this three part series Wick will focus on family friendly healthy food creations that your kids will love.
You will be inspired and educated to create healthy, quick and easy lunchbox, afterschool snacks and dinner ideas. You will learn how to incorporate more vegetables into your children’s diet in a creative and fun way. Starts 29 April.