Learn a New Skill

ART: Acrylic Painting & Multi-Drawing Medium

Tutor/Facilitator: Ian Hulston
8 Tuesday nights - Starts 12 February from 7-9pm

This course is for Beginners and Intermediate Students. Learn basic drawing skills using pencils, charcoal and watercolour pencils. Create colourful graphic images with both oil pastels or soft pastel. Paint with Acrylics to portray images using a watercolour glaze technique or use thick Impasto Acrylic paint like oils.

Fees: NZ$110

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BEGINNING YOUR FAMILY TREE:

Tutor/Facilitator: Jan Powell
5 Monday nights - Starts 11 February from 7-9pm

TThis course is for people who are new to genealogy or who need help making progress with their family tree. It will provide practical and theoretical help using a range of New Zealand and overseas records. The course is hands-on, and you will learn how and where to search for people and information. You'll learn how to save your findings on to hand-written pages or a genealogy computer program

Fees: NZ$85

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CAKE DECORATING: Rudolph

Tutor/Facilitator: Marie Donald
1 Saturday - On 8 December from 9am-2pm

This class has been CANCELLED. Learn to make this cute Rudolph cake for Christmas, learn to split , fill and cover in ganache, pipe the cute curls and decorate with Holly and a shiny nose.Class size limited to 8 students. Students need to bring a cake and cake board.

Fees: NZ$90 - Includes icing. You need to bring cake

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CROSS STITCH: BEGINNER

Tutor/Facilitator: Mary Trounson
3 Tuesday nights - Starts 26 February from 7-9pm

What's wonderful about many crafts is their portability enabling you to carry on creating wherever you are, which increases the ability to raise your spirits. This is especially true of cross stitch. Learn basic stitches while stitching a small design.

Fees: NZ$45

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DECOUPAGE BASICS:

Tutor/Facilitator: Wendy Jacobs
6 weeks - Starts 12 February from 7-9pm

Remember when you were young and used glue to stick pictures to paper? Join this class to learn the next step - how to glue a picture to a surface so it blends in.

Fees: NZ$85

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Digital Photography: Beginner

Tutor/Facilitator: Geoff Marshall
6 Wednesday nights & 1 weekend field trip - Starts 13 February from 7-9pm

Learn how to get the best out of your camera by learning basic camera operating techniques, lenses, exposure, lighting, depth of field and how to make rather than take photographs. Also includes basic computer improvements to photos. The two hour fieldtrip during a weekend will be on the date which best suits most students.

Fees: NZ$100

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DISCOVER YOUR STRENGTHS:

Tutor/Facilitator: Angela Robertson
4 Wednesday nights - Starts 13 February from 7-9pm

Everyone has innate talents. Do you know what yours are - or are you focusing on your weaknesses? Join us to discover your strengths and learn how to develop and leverage them to your advantage. By focusing on what you do best you'll gain confidence, achieve more, have more positive interactions with others, and experience a more productive and fulfilling life.

Fees: NZ$50

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DIY: Do It Yourself Course Interiors (March)

Tutor/Facilitator: Rebekah Insoll
1 Saturday - On 16 March from 9am-4pm

Can't find a tradesman? Lots of small jobs around the home you can learn to do yourself with some simple tools. Without prior experience, come and gain skills you need to renovate for a fraction of the cost. The course involves 'hands-on' practise, and mistakes are part of learning.

Fees: NZ$110 - includes consumables

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DIY: Do It Yourself Exteriors (March)

Tutor/Facilitator: Rebekah Insoll
1 Saturday - On Saturday 23 March from 9am-4pm

The outside of your place is the public face of it, and kerb appeal matters to anyone driving past or visiting. Is the entranceway obvious? Does the mailbox suit the style of your house? Do you use the outside area as fully as you might? How are the fences and paths? A lot of exterior work can be done without Council consent but a long-term plan is needed to work towards. This course involves some hands-on practise on a smaller scale to allow you to learn the methods.

Fees: NZ$110

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FANTASY FOLKLORE & CARTOON ART:

Tutor/Facilitator: Ian Hulston
4 Thursday nights - Starts 21 February from 7-9pm

Do you like to think outside the square? This course is suitable for beginners or those with some experience keen to develop further skills. This 4 week course will allow you to express your imaginery ideas creating Fantasy Art and Cartoons. Using pen, coloured pencils, Acrylic paint & Gouche you will be able to illustrate your own colourful unique artworks.

Fees: NZ$60

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FINE DINNING AT HOME

Tutor/Facilitator: Arun Maschatak
4 Monday nights - Starts 18 March from 7-9pm

Arun has worked in many restaurants overseas and in New Zealand. He will teach you how to make that special dinner to present at home.

Fees: NZ$60

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INTERIOR DECOR

Tutor/Facilitator: Rebekah Insoll
1 Saturday - On 6 April from 9am-4pm

Does your place reflect you? - your style, interests, personality? It doesn’t need to all be done in one go at great cost, but a long-term plan which shows an understanding of decor, the selective use of belongings, a touch of paint, and you can transform any room, and link all rooms. It will add visual space, and add appeal plus actual value to your property.

Fees: NZ$90

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ITALIAN LANGUAGE:Intermediate

Tutor/Facilitator: Antonella Sarti
8 Thursday nights - Starts on 14 February from 7-9pm

For those who have some knowledge of Italian and want to continue their studies.

Fees: NZ$110

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JAPANESE: Spoken for Beginners

Tutor/Facilitator: Kayoko Komori
8 Thursday nights - Starts 14 February from 7-9pm

You might be interested in Japanese culture, food, and manga or a short trip to Japan. If so, it is more fun to know Japanese language. Learn basic spoken Japanese, culture and customs and you can enjoy more of your interest. This course is designed for students with little or no previous knowledge of Japanese. You do not need to know Japanese alphabets first, as this course uses Roomaji (Roman alphabet). Let’s get started!

Fees: NZ$110

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LACE MAKING

Tutor/Facilitator: Andrea Lynch
8 weeks - Starts 11 February from 7-9pm

Love lace? Learn the centuries old craft of bobbin lacemaking to make your own lace edgings.

Fees: NZ$115

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LEARN TO SEW

Tutor/Facilitator: Joyce Tam
1 Saturday - On 23 March from 9am-3:30pm

Would love to learn to sew but not sure where to start, and a whole term of courses is not for you? Then this one day course has been designed for you. Come and learn how to use a sewing machine (students may bring their own or use a college Bernina). Work on a selected sewing project and leave sewing confident all in one day.

Fees: NZ$85

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Middle Eastern Cuisine

Tutor/Facilitator: Rolla Farah
5 Tuesday nights - Starts 12 February from 7-9pm

Learn how to prepare Palestinian Middle Eastern Cuisine such as kebabs, shawarma, falafel, kidra, kefta, couscous, basbousa, sfiha, humus and taboulah salad.

Fees: NZ$115 - Includes all ingredients

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Musical Keyboard Skills

Tutor/Facilitator: Jean Hollier
8 Monday nights - Starts 11 February 6:30-9pm for 2 hours

Learn to use the musical keyboard. One hour individual and group tuition plus practice time using the schools' electronic keyboards. Usually split into 2 groups with start times of either 6.30 or 7.30pm. Please bring your own headphones.

Fees: NZ$110

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NEW YEAR - FRESH START

Tutor/Facilitator: Angela Robertson
1 Saturday - On 16 February from 9:30am -4pm

What do you want to achieve in 2019 and beyond? Do you have a workable plan, or do you let life happen? This practical course is for those who want to take charge of their lives and are willing to make the effort to make it happen. You will explore the possibilities, clarify what you want, set seriously fabulous goals, and develop an action plan to accomplish them.

Fees: NZ$85

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New Zealand Sign Language: Level 1A (Tues)

Tutor/Facilitator: Ripeka Bird
8 Tuesday nights - Starts 12 February from 6-8pm

This course is for those who want to start learning NZ Sign Language.

Fees: NZ$65

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New Zealand Sign Language: Level 1A (Wed)

Tutor/Facilitator: Nicolette Van Vuuren
8 Wednesday nights - Starts 13 February from 7-9pm

This course is for those who want a beginner course in NZ Sign Language.

Fees: NZ$65

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OVERLOCKER BASICS/SEWING WITH KNITS

Tutor/Facilitator: Joyce Tam
1 Saturday - On 23 February from 9am-3:30pm

An introduction to the overlocker, develop skills to use this equipment safely and efficiently. Learn how to use the overlocker for seaming knit garments. Prior Sewing experience essential. Some overlockers are available to use during the course or bring your own

Fees: NZ$85

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PATCHWORK: Jelly Roll

Tutor/Facilitator: Dianne Barnden
1 Sunday - On 7 April from 9am -4pm

This could possibly be the easiest quilt you will ever make.Take one jelly roll and a contrasting background and sew. No seams to match, not points to fret over, just good old plain sewing.

Fees: NZ$85

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PATCHWORK: Playtime with half square triangles

Tutor/Facilitator: Dianne Barnden
7 Thursday nights - Starts 14 February from 7-9pm

In this class we will be exploring half square triangles and the various ways you can make them.You will make a variety of blocks that can be put together to make a quilt.

Fees: NZ$100

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PATCHWORK: Wedge Quilt

Tutor/Facilitator: Dianne Barnden
1 Sunday - On 10 March from 9am-4pm

This quilt uses a specific ruler for cutting wedge shapes, and if you have attended the Dizzy for Dresden class then you already have the ruler. The ruler needed is Darlene Zimmerman’s Dresden Ruler. Here is a link to the ruler and they are available locally or through https://www.grandmothersgarden.co.nz/ruldresden-easy-dresden-ruler-darlene-zimmerman?s=dresden%20ruler

Fees: NZ$85

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PATTERNS FROM EXISTING GARMENT:

Tutor/Facilitator: Kim O'Neill
1 Saturday - On 16 March from 9am-3pm

Bring along your favourite garments and make patterns from them or bring one garment and fabric and make a copy of it. Sew skills essential.

Fees: NZ$80

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PERSIAN SWEETS:

Tutor/Facilitator: Nadereh Khani
1 Wednesday night - On 20 March from 7-9pm

The Persian Sweets Workshop provides a unique and enjoyable baking experience which brings the sweets of the exotic East to New Zealand. We will teach you to bake two popular Persian sweets and you will get a chance to try eight more different sweets.

Fees: NZ$35 - Fee includes all ingredients

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PLAN & CREATE YOUR IDEAL RETIREMENT

Tutor/Facilitator: Angela Robertson
1 Saturday - On 6 April from 9:30am -4pm

How do you want to spend the exciting second half of your life? What's your plan for transitioning to something new and fascinating? This workshop provides an opportunity to challenge mind-sets on retirement, explore the possibilities, and create a plan to be the person you want to be, do the things you always wanted to do and live life like never before.

Fees: NZ$85

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POTTERY: Beginner Wheel work

Tutor/Facilitator: Anne Glennie
8 Monday nights - Starts 11 February from 7-9:30pm

Learn to centre clay on the wheel and the beginnings of throwing basic shapes such as cylinder, bowl and plate. This course is suitable for those who are beginners. Materials and all firing costs (approx. $30) are extra and are paid directly to the tutor. Please note this class is held at Gear Homestead Okowai Road, Porirua.

Fees: NZ$160

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Raranga: Creating Taonga with Harakeke (Beginner)

Tutor/Facilitator: Nina Paaka
8 Monday nights - Starts 11 February from 7-9pm

Learn how to harvest and prepare Harakeke (flax), including kohua (boiling), weave putiputi a place mat and a wall hanging while using traditional techniques and methods, including karakia, tikanga and Te reo Maori. This class is great for those with no experience to minimum experience. I believe the most important part of weaving is the preparation and basics, I am privileged to be able to teach you and guide you through your first stages of Raranga.

Fees: NZ$65

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Raranga: Creating Taonga with Harakeke (Intermediate)

Tutor/Facilitator: Nina Paaka
8 Tuesday nights - Starts 12 February from 7-9pm

This class is for those who are experienced at weaving with Harakeke and/or other materials. You must understand the tikanga, reo and how to prepare Harakeke for weaving. Minimum of experience – putiputi, kono and konae. This class is a pathway for those that wish to move on from the beginners class. You will learn how to weave whiri kete and are welcome to inquire about weaving other items. Come along and become one of our Tuakana weavers and 'get your weave on'.

Fees: NZ$65

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Relaxation through Crochet: Beginner Course

Tutor/Facilitator: Monique Lubberink
4 Wednesday Nights - Starts 6 March from 7-9pm

Crochet is a great activity that settles your mind and is relaxing too. Crochet and the repetitive movements help the brain make more serotonin, which helps to decrease feelings of depression. Learn to crochet by making little projects (a flower keychain, crochet hearts and granny squares). Learn about different stitches and notations and how to read patterns. Crochet is a great craft to learn, you can make awesome things for yourself or join a community craft group and crochet for a cause!

Fees: NZ$60

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SELF DEFENCE: Krav Maga(Age 15+)

Tutor/Facilitator: Gabriel Molina
1 Saturday afternoon - On 16 February from 12noon -3pm

Krav Maga (contact combat) is a tactical self-defence system developed by the Israeli Defence Force. Its application and efficiency in the real world setting has been proven to be highly effective. Because of this, it is a self-defence system that is used widely by the military special forces, law enforcement agencies and bodyguards.

Fees: NZ$45

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Sewing for Beginners (Tues)

Tutor/Facilitator: Caitlin Henry
8 Tuesday nights - Starts 12 February from 7-9pm

Want to learn about sewing but don’t know where to start. Learn how to understand a pattern, work out the material needed and what sewing words mean. Start by making a bag followed by a project approved of by the tutor. (If you wish to make your own project you need to go to Monday night sewing)

Fees: NZ$65

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Sewing for Beginners (Wed)

Tutor/Facilitator: Joyce Tam
8 Wednesday nights - Starts 13 February from 7-9pm

Learn how to understand a pattern, work out the material needed and what sewing words mean.

Fees: NZ$65

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Sewing: Intermediate

Tutor/Facilitator: Joyce Tam
8 Monday nights - Starts 11 February from 7-9pm

The class will cater for intermediate sewers. All students will be helped, shown techniques and short cuts. Bring pattern, material & sewing kit, current sewing project, or idea to the first lesson.

Fees: NZ$110

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SHORT STORIES & HOW TO WRITE THEM:

Tutor/Facilitator: Angel Domingos
8 Wednesday nights - Starts 13 February from 7-9pm

A creative writing course for beginners. We will cover the basics of fiction writing from gathering ideas for a story to character development. Understanding the story arc and learning how to ‘show not tell’. This will be a fun and creative environment to help you get that story from out of your head and on to paper.

Fees: NZ$115

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TAI CHI KUNGFU FAN

Tutor/Facilitator: Mercedes Godinez
8 Tuesday nights - Starts on 12 February from 7:45-8:45pm

Taichi is an exciting, fun, exercise for your body and mind.This is the art and exercise that the Chinese have been practicing to keep healthy. flexible, balanced, active,sociable and youthful. For those who have attended Tai Chi before this is an opportunity to extend your skills and knowledge.

Fees: NZ$75
Fees: NZ$50 - same person taking second fitness class in the same term

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TAI CHI: Beginner

Tutor/Facilitator: Mercedes Godinez
8 Tuesday nights - Starts 12 February from 6:30-7:30pm

Taichi is an exciting, fun, exercise for your body and mind.This is the art and exercise that the Chinese have been practicing to keep healthy. flexible, balanced, active,sociable and youthful.

Fees: NZ$75
Fees: NZ$50 - same person taking second fitness class in same term

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TAWA & ITS BUSH RESERVES:

Tutor/Facilitator: Gil Roper
5 Tuesday nights - Starts on 12 February from 7-9pm

Five evening sessions that cover the Tawa bush reserves, identifying trees and birds present – some history and botany and bird observations. Two of these five sessions will be early evening walks in selected reserves. This course is designed for people who have no previous knowledge of these, but also those who wish to extend their existing knowledge.

Fees: NZ$55

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Woodwork Made Easy

Tutor/Facilitator: Gareth Rees
8 Wednesday nights - Starts 13 February from 7-9pm

Learn wood working and wood turning, sharpening, tuning, using hand tools and the type of power tools found in the home. Choose your own project at your level of ability and learn skills while completing the project. You provide your own materials. No recycled timber allowed.

Fees: NZ$115

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WRITING A CHILDREN'S BOOK:

Tutor/Facilitator: Angel Domingos
8 Tuesday nights - Starts on 12 February from 7-9pm

Learn to identify an age group and what is required when writing for a certain age. Story arc for children books, illustrations if self-publishing, having children to read stories before publishing or send to an agent or publisher. Create characters that are relatable to children etc........

Fees: NZ$115

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XERO BASIC: ( February)

Tutor/Facilitator: Carolyn Bates
1 Sunday - On 17 February from 9am-4pm

In the best Xero course in Wellington learn about this new web-based accounting package which is growing rapidly in use in the small business sector. This is a beginner course in Xero but you are expected to have some accounting knowledge.

Fees: NZ$90

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