If you’re the sort who’s always up for learning something new, mark your calendar for these favorite classes.
Everyone’s a little bit Irish in March, so head to Trinity Hall in Mockingbird Station to sample up to six whiskeys, served with tapas-style snacks.
Fundamentals of Drawing
Channel the Parisians by refreshing your drawing skills at The Craft Guild, then sketching en plein air while the spring weather’s still nice. Beret not included.
You’re going to want to take good photos on your summer vacation, so it’s time to release your inner shutterbug. This class at the Dallas Center for Photography is meant to give beginners confidence behind the camera.
Art of Ceramics
Is it just us, or does it seem like everyone is talking about learning to “throw” lately? Grasp the basic techniques of handbuilding and underglaze decoration at the Creative Arts Center.
Tennis anyone? It’s Wimbledon season, so grab your racket and let the pros at Samuell-Grand help you strengthen that forehand. Just don’t forget your water bottle.
It’s hot outside. Why not take a class at Central Market to lighten up your midsummer menu with a variety of refreshing salads?
Scardello’s cheese classes are classic, but start from the beginning. Still hungry? Move on to others like Italian Wine and Cheese or Beer vs. Wine Smackdown.
Drunken Nut Pie
Perfect those pie-baking skills just in time for Thanksgiving. Mary Sparks of Emporium Pies teaches you to bake a bourbon pecan pie with shortbread crust.
Stop by The Cookery or the Arboretum’s interactive garden (A Tasteful Place) for hands-on classes that take the guesswork out of holiday menu planning.