Here's a New Year's resolution: Sometime this year, spend an afternoon or
evening learning something you've always wanted to learn just for fun.
Perhaps it's learning French cooking, playing the guitar, or getting started with genealogy. Perhaps it's learning a new computer program or more about handling personal finances.
Pulaski Tech's Community and Continuing Education program has expanded its non-credit course offering. Classes are very affordable, and most classes typically meet once for a few hours. Some of the technology courses, such as the Microsoft programs, require day-long training.
Many new culinary-related courses are offered at the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute's Community Kitchen. Courses include knife skills, gluten-free cooking, French sauces, pastry arts, cheese making, wine pairing, and many more.
Check out the full schedule here.
For more information, contact Emily Story, Director of Community Education, at email@example.com.