Monday Classes

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Winter/Spring 2015

CAKE DECORATING FOR BEGINNERS        Almost Sold Out!      
7-9 p.m.
Join this introduction to the sweet world of cake decorating. Learn to make butter cream icing. Master the fundamentals of cake decorating with guided practice making a variety of lines and borders, writing letters and numbers, creating flowers, scroll work and more.
Class size limited.
4 weeks (March 16-April 13). No Class: March 30               
Joanne Balkey
Fee: $30 resident/$35 non-resident
Material fee: $18 for pastry bag, tips and other supplies. Payable to instructor the first night.
High School Room 201 in March, Room 203 in April, Upper Level, Park in lot off Field Club Road

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Are you looking to add variety to your cooking? Do you have favorite dishes that have become boring? Join the Executive Chef and Sous Chef of Hartwood Restaurant/Whispers Pub and learn to incorporate new, unexpected ingredients that will enliven your recipes. This demonstration and hands-on cooking class will enhance your culinary efforts. Enjoy a minimum of two courses each week.
Material fee: $20 payable to Chef the first night.
4 weeks (April 13 to May 4)                                               
Jonathan Holzer/Matthias Maihoefer, Hartwood Restaurant/Whispers Pub
Fee: $38 resident/$43 non-resident     
High School Room 201, Upper Level, Park in lot off Field Club Road         

HANDS IN CLAY                NEW SESSION!!!                 
6:30-9 p.m.
Try your hand at throwing on the wheel and hand building with clay. Use class as studio time or follow projects directed by the teacher. Material Fee: $25 includes 25-lb. bag of clay, glazes, and use of kiln. Under glazes and extra supplies are available for purchase.
Class size limited.
8 weeks (March 9 to May 4).  No Class: March 30        
Allie Christoforetti
Fee: $58 resident/$63 non-resident              
High School Room 164, Park in Lower Stadium lot, Enter at Art Wing

7-9 p.m.
Calling all students who have already taken Italian for Beginners or have a basic knowledge of the language. Continue learning where the beginner class left off.  Improve your grammar and vocabulary with an emphasis on everyday conversational skills for travel. Bring Barron's book Learn Italian the Fast and Fun Way, Fourth Edition. 
8 wks (February 23 to April 20). (March 2 to April 27). No Class: March 30 
Peter D. Marsico
Fee: $45 resident/$50 non-resident       
High School Room 208, Upper Level, Park in lot off Field Club Road
MODERN ART IN MIXED MEDIA                   Cancelled  
7-9 p.m.
Learn the basic language of modern art and then have fun exploring your personal creativity. This demonstration and hands-on class will help you develop your potential and release your creativity. Find your unique style and express your artistic talents using varied forms of media. Material list will be provided at the first class.
6 wks (March 2 to April 13). No Class: March 30                 
Victor Beltran
Fee: $35 resident/$40 non-resident              
High School Room 162, Park in Lower Stadium lot, Enter at Art Wing
6:30-8 p.m.
Strength training is the most important exercise for women.  It improves bone density, reduces body fat, increases strength, and helps burn calories at rest.  Learn to use weight training equipment under the guidance of exercise professionals.  Also offered Wednesday evenings. 
12 wks (February 9 to May 11). No Class:Feb 16, March 30  
Mary Ruth Hammer
Fee: $65 resident/$70 non-resident                   
HS Fitness Center, Lower Lot, Enter at doors with statue of fox
7-8:30 p.m.
EARLIER TIME! MORE WEEKS! Suitable for all fitness levels.  Learn Kundalini and Hatha Yoga to balance and harmonize your mind, body, and spirit while increasing flexibility and strength. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a towel or mat. Also offered Thursday evenings.
10 weeks (March 2 to May 11). No Class: March 30               
Diane Prem
Fee: $55 resident/$60 non-resident                
Hartwood Elementary Gym, 3730 Saxonburg Blvd, Pittsburgh 15238
6:15-7:15 p.m.
ZUMBA uses a fusion of Latin, International, and Hip-Hop music. Routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training using a combination of fast and slow rhythms to tone and sculpt the body. Wear supportive athletic shoes; bring a water bottle, towel. Also offered Wednesday evenings.
8 wks (March 2 to April 27) No Class:March 30 
Jessica Mink Simpson/Kristin Ward
Fee: $40 resident/$45 non-resident  
O’Hara Elementary Gymnasium, 115 Cabin Lane, Pittsburgh 15238

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