So you've heard from me about the fabulousness of The Little Mule Café, but what you haven't heard is, this too cool for school café also runs a series of super cheap learning classes called Laneway Learning. That's right, you heard me correctly. The café that makes custom bicycles, satisfying snacks and choice coffee also runs evening learning classes. What do these guys eat for breakfast? Probably a box of Weet-Bix each!
By the day, a busy café, but when the lights go out all over town in other cafes, on selected nights, you'll find The Little Mule full of light and life bustling with happy students, eager to learn something new. Most classes are a mere $12, but some may require a little more to include cost of materials, for example a ring making class.
The classes are random and sporadic, taught by a motley crew of teachers who are ordinary people. These individuals have either a deep passion, infinite knowledge or extensive training on a particular topic. From Jam Making, to Hong Kong Cinema, the options are vast and varied. On Laneway Learning's website, you can sign up for a kaleidoscope of classes.
Little Mule Kitchen Waiting to Prepare Treats for the Laneway Learners
Classes are informal and you'll never know just quite what to expect, but that's half the fun. While you're studying your new project, why not enjoy some of the delicious food and beverages available? Your cheery café barista will brew up a cup of The Little Mule's finest coffee for your drinking delight.
So if you love learning but your pockets are bare, come down to The Little Mule Laneway Learning Classes. Whether you want to master a new skill, discover a different hobby or simply educate yourself in a new topic. This is the place for you. Register online for classes, and be quick. With limited spaces, you won't want to miss out.
Feel you have a special talent you want to share with the world? Why not sign up yourself to teach one of these classes and get your skills out there. All you need is knowledge of your topic of choice, and the desire to pass on what you know to others.