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Cooking – The Taste of West Africa 11.18.19
with Jordan Benissan
Come enjoy the taste of Africa with a Togolese feast! The West African country of Togo has been influenced by many cultures, including French, Italian and German, as well as its own. Join chef, teacher and musician Jordan Benisson for a journey into the culture and foods of Togo. You'll make dishes such as Gari Fotu (similar to grits, with a sauce including tomato sauce reduction, herbs, peppers, ground smoked shrimp and egg), West African Chicken in Peanut Sauce, fried sweet potato and plantain, and more. The menu will be chosen according to seasonal availability, so please let us know if you have any food allergies when you register. Bring take-home containers. Registration fee includes all ingredients.
Accounting and Bookkeeping Basics
with Dorothy Prescott
Bloodborne Pathogens Training
with Andrew Eckman
The Bloodborne Pathogens Training course teaches participants how to protect themselves and others from exposure to bloodborne pathogens on the job and what to do if an exposure occurs. The course content and activities will prepare participants to make appropriate decisions about preventing bloodborne pathogen disease transmission. The course addresses: What bloodborne pathogens are, how bloodborne pathogens are spread, how to help prevent exposure incidents by following work practice controls, using engineering controls and personal protective equipment (PPE), practicing good personal hygiene and properly cleaning and disinfecting equipment and supplies, and how to recognize, report and follow up on employee exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials.
Writing for the Internet
with Jenn Dean
This course will teach you basic skills for writing Internet friendly content for your own website or as a professional writer. We will explore ways of finding online writing jobs and discuss strategies for promoting yourself and building a portfolio.
Sourdough Bread Making 11.19.19
with Bill Babb
Jewelry - Beveled Stone or Sea Glass Rings for Advanced Beginners 11.20.19
with Karyl Brown
You will learn the practices for silversmithing a bezeled stone set ring from torch use and stone setting to finishing techniques. You will also learn how to cut, solder and shape a perfectly fit silver bezel from soldering the bezel to a handmade silver back plate, then to a handmade shank. These simple techniques will deliver professional results and you will enjoy a ring that showcases your new skills. For the first class please bring your own sea glass or beach stone you would like to use. The instructor will review your stone to make sure it will work and allow her to bring the appropriate supplies for the second class. Materials fee of $30, payable to the instructor on the first night.
Fly Tying for Beginners and Intermediate
with Jeffrey Space
Learn to tie flies with instructor Jeff Space. This class will cover simple flies during the first class and progress each week with more intermediate techniques to expand your skills. $10 materials fee paid to the instructor will provide you with plenty of hooks and materials for several flies.
Sourdough Bread Making 11.21.19
with Bill Babb