Want to learn how to perfect tricky buttercream decorating techniques including the swirl and rose? Fancy taking a walking tour through historical Teneriffe? Keen to learn from a Tea Master in training how to tell your oolong from your green?
Top tips for tea drinks. Image courtesy Bright Learning.
Adult education provider Bright Learning has just unveiled the first of its short courses for 2016. So if you're eager to learn something new, now is the time to snap up a spot. From cupcake decorating, crocheting and fascinator making to jewellery making, yoga philosophy and visual note taking, there's sure to be something in there to satisfy every curiosity.
The truth is out there. Image courtesy Bright Learning.
Interesting talks by prominent guest speakers are another feature of the 2016 program. For example, former politician and artist David Hinchliffe will throw open the doors to his studio one evening in February; while in March astronomer and astrobiologist from the University of Southern Queensland, Dr Jonti Horner, will answer the question, 'Are we alone in the universe?'
Walks as well as talks also feature on the program. So strap on your walking boots and be led by local historian Gerard Benjamin through the story-laden streets of Teneriffe and New Farm.
Spotted on a walk through historical New Farm. Author image.
Private classes are also available for those who want to throw a unique hen's night, celebrate team wins, or simply do something different. Just gather a group of like-minded people together, select a class and unleash the fun. As well as those outlined above, potential classes include cookie making, memory training and supercharging with superfoods.
Discover New Farm's secret alleyways. Author image.