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Let's Talk about Food 
Day/Time  Thursday 12:00-1:20 
Location C-106
Session Second 6 weeks 22-Mar
Limit: 25

This class will explore the topic of food: how we cook and eat. Do you eat to live or live to eat? Most of us are somewhere in between on that question. Class topics include a little history of the technology of cooking and eating (bring your favorite wooden spoon to class), the importance of spices and herbs, Julia Child and the cult of the celebrity chef, and nutrition myths and facts.

Coordinator: Marilyn Nouri

Marilyn has coordinated several classes for A.L.L. Her life-long interest in cooking and her self-identified recognition that she is a foodie is the basis for offering this class.




Mah Jongg - Beginner 
Day/Time  Tuesday 3:00-4:20 
Location C-106
Session 12 weeks 30-Jan
Limit: 8

This course introduces students to the game of Mah Jongg, originally played in China over 2,000 years ago. Students of this course will receive a handbook describing the tiles, suits and play from the program coordinator free of charge. The purchase of a $9.00 National Mah Jongg League card will be required after the start of the class.

Coordinator: Jacqueline Cohen

Jacqueline learned to play Mah Jongg in the United Kingdom and the United States. She has been playing for over 50 years, sharing her knowledge with students in Yarmouth Port for the last 20 years.




Such a GOOD idea! 
Day/Time  Wednesday 1:30-2:50 
Location C-106
Session Second 6 weeks 21-Mar
Limit: 25

Every day, millions of people think, 'There oughta be a better way!' and have flashes of inspiration about how to make something easier to accomplish, faster, more efficient and less expensive. Undoubtedly, you've also had such flashes of insight from time to time. Here's a chance to liberate the 'inventor within' and bring new insights into fuller expression. In a climate of fun messing around with ideas and creative problem solving, ignite that inventor within and bring, who knows what flashes of insight and really GOOD ideas about how to make something better into fuller expression!

Coordinator: Nina Greenwald

Nina is an educational psychologist in the Graduate Program of Critical and Creative Thinking at UMass-Boston. She is a published author and educator/trainer who specializes in creative thinking, problem solving, invention and innovation, humor and thinking, and gifted education.




Tips & Techniques for Travelers 
Day/Time  Monday 9:00-10:20 
Location Downtown Campus, Hyannis
SessionSecond 6 weeks 19-Mar
Limit: 22

Whether you are ready to travel at a moment's notice, like to plan your trips well in advance, or are an armchair traveler, join us as we uncover travel secrets that will help you make the most of any trip and save you money. We will explore popular and off the beaten track destinations, discuss great travel resources, and share secrets that will help you plan and enjoy your trip. We will take virtual trips to locales you might want to consider for your next adventure. Classmates will be encouraged to share travel tips and advice. Many resources will be provided.

Coordinator: Connie Champlin

Connie has traveled extensively for the past 40 years to practically every state in the Union, as well as almost every continent. She has taught this class several times at A.L.L.