Early spring is the best time to get started with this very satisfying hobby. Students learn the basics of honeybee biology, beehive maintenance and beekeeping equipment. Learn by working hands-on with the Garden beehives
Join Chef Marc and Kimie as they will create a four-plate small course Hawaiian inspired menu. Local and seasonal ingredients will be incorporated into flavorful dishes and our guest chefs will share culinary knowledge and recipes from the Pacific region.
Tuesdays, August 22 - September 19
10 a.m. - 1 p.m. OR 6 - 9 p.m.
The quick sketch is an advance skill built with experience and practice. The seasoned artist makes it look easy. Overtime, s/he has learned how to see clearly in order to capture the essence of the subject with economy and simplicity. The student will gain insight into this process drawing a variety of subjects with skill and speed.
Everyone is familiar with Claude Monet’s waterlilies. Claude Monet was the founder of the French Impressionists. This class will use pastels while focusing on the way the light falls and how to capture it with the softness of pastels.
The garden is a beautiful and relaxing place to begin your week. Learn this ancient Chinese exercise form, designed to increase flexibility and balance. Cultivate your mental focus and physical strength in an enchanting setting.
This workshop will focus on using Acrylic paint to achieve texture and movement in your paintings, while learning about the life and work of Vincent van Gogh, one of the most influential artists of all time.
Want to get your camera off of automatic and learn how the manual setting works? Professional photographer, Emily Followill, discusses the basics of photography - aperture, shutter speed, ISO, photo composition, and lighting.
Now is the time to prepare for fall and winter pruning. Proper pruning ensures your plants will be their healthiest and look their best from season to season. Learn all manner of pruning methods including tree and shrub pruning and fall cut-backs along with the proper timing for these techniques.
This is an information-gathering class about the feasibility of beekeeping in the area. Learn about the basics of beekeeping and the beekeeper’s year, where to find materials, and when and how to get started.