New Courses

Artistry and Genius in New Jersey
Artistry and Genius in New Jersey
Come along as we treat our eyes to the sight of hundreds of sculptures placed throughout the beautifully landscaped acres of Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey.
Building, Philadelphia Style
Building, Philadelphia Style
One of the most innovative architects of his time, Frank Furness created bold, imaginative buildings that have left a special mark in Philadelphia during the High Victorian period. While many of his buildings have been destroyed, some remarkable examples remain.
Chutney Made Easy
Chutney Made Easy
The increasing popularity of chutney, a relish-type condiment, reflects the inclusion of ethnic world cuisines in the Western diet. The term “chutney” encompasses several different varieties drawn from traditional Indian cuisines.
Dumplings, Dumplings and More Dumplings
Dumplings, Dumplings and More Dumplings
Learn to make and fold scrumptious dumplings: meat and vegetarian, traditional and modern, steamed, pan fried and deep fried. Prepare to be “stuffed” with a feast of succulent “pockets of goodness.”
Fitness For All
Fitness For All
Enjoy a complete and challenging workout, suitable for all fitness levels, that will define and strengthen your body. This class begins with low/ high impact aerobics followed by overall body sculpting, targeting your arms, abs, hips, butt and thighs.
For Frying Out Loud
For Frying Out Loud
Create crispy Korean fried chicken wings with a cucumber and radish slaw, along with learning how to bring a little heat to Vietnamese chicken wings by natural infusion.  We will also make pineapple fried rice during this class.  Bring a container for possible left-overs.
Forgotten Heroes of the American Revolution
Forgotten Heroes of the American Revolution
George Washington declared our American victory in the Revolutionary War to be “a Standing Miracle…of numerous causes which in probability at no time or under any circumstances will combine again.”
Glass in the Garden
Glass in the Garden
The Seattle artist, Dale Chihuly, frequently dubbed the “Contemporary Louis Comfort Tiffany,” has installed twenty vibrant glass sculptures throughout the 250-acre New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx.