Adult & Community Enrichment Programs

Lebanese Pastry Class
Sisters, Carolyn Jeffrey & Marilyn Nejaime will be teaching participants how to cook a variety of  Lebanese pastries. On the last Wednesday (April 3) the class will culminate with a pastry feast, by preparing the learned dishes from 5-7pm and eating together from 7-8pm. One guest per participant is invited to enjoy the pastries with you on this final evening.

WEDNESDAYS 6-8 p.m. Feb 27-Apr 3 191CM70A

Apr 3 Pastry Feast 5-8 p.m. Members $70 Guests $85


Italian Cooking Classes
with Chef Hank Ferlauto
Ages 21+. Join Chef Hank Ferlauto for a fun, hands on meal preparation
of a three course meal. Each class’ unique menu will consist of a pasta
dish, main course with a side vegetable, and dessert. After cooking, the group will sit and enjoy their meal together. Wine will be paired with each menu.
Mar 21 191CM64A
Apr 25 191CM64B
Members $45 Guests $58

Crochet Without Patterns
Open to all levels of crocheting experience. This class will offer
beginners to experts skills to design and create their own unique pieces. Some materials will be available to use, and students are encouraged to bring their own materials. Instructor: Sculptor/Fiber Artist Huck Elling. Email the Director of Education & Community Programs, or call 413.528.2810, ext. 20.
THURSDAYS 6:30 -7:30 p.m.
Feb 7-Mar 14 191CM71A
Members $55 Guests $70

Conversational French
Age 18+. Six-session series for English speakers who are fairly comfortable
with the French language and would like to expand their vocabulary,
polish their speaking and listening skills and learn more about French
speaking countries and cultures.

Instructor: Christophe Pichard. Email
Director of Education & Community Programs, or call 413.528.2810, ext. 20.
THURSDAYS 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Feb 7-Mar 14 191CM73A
Members $55 Guests $70

NEW! Principles of Healthy Relationships 

Learn the three H’s of a healthy relationship: Honesty, Honor, & Humility. If you have problems being understood, listened to, or reacted to this workshop may be just what can help you to discover intuitive and user friendly ways of community building that could change you from the inside out and change conversations from the outside in. The workshop will be instructional, experiential, and include take home practice exercises to assist in developing internal harmony and external harmony as we together learn to understand how internal and external systems work or don’t work.
Instructor: Dr. Don Paine, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Marriage and Family Therapist. This program is donation based. Please pay what you can. 

Email Director of Education & Community Programs, or call 413.528.2810, ext. 20.
MONDAYS 6:30 -7:30 p.m.

 April 22 – May 13 191CM88A