After opening less than a month ago, local community college Wild Learning has already expanded its program base.
Wild Learning founder Emmie Hallett said the new courses offer things to create while the winter weather hangs around.
“The next two months finds an emphasis is on crafty items,” she said.
“Having said that, there are two great new four week courses at the end of the month to tempt you to jump up and out of your safe space. And another where you can retreat to your inner space and contemplate.”
Pokolbin-based chef Matt Dillow will present an Italian cooking class at Twine Restaurant on Monday nights starting Monday, August 29.
Bellissimo Italian Cooking is a series of four weekly workshops held in the commercial kitchen giving participants more than an average cooking course.
Participants will learn the art of gnocchi making, arancini rolling, risotto stirring, veal braising, tiramisu slurping among a list of ten courses.
Funny man Alex Martin will lead a four-week stand up comedy course.
Through the course participants will laugh and learn the basics of comedy; the joys of delivering laughs and smiles to an audience.
A four-week relaxation class hosted by Nicky West will help participants de-stress by learning relaxation techniques.
Short workshops include soft jewelry making, fondant flowers, mandala drawing, urban basketry, make a softie and creative cupcakes. These programs will be held on Sunday and Tuesday evening.
The seven-week course in Auslan (Australian sign language), has been postponed as the course was one participant short to meet minimum numbers.
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