5 Virtual Classes and Events To Try Right From The Comfort of Your Home
Jun 09, 2020 11:56AM
By Gabrielle Varela
Cole hosts a set of great writing classes at The Writer’s Center of White River Junction IRL and online here during Covid. In her expressive writing workshop, Prompt and a Pinot, she teams up with Still North Books and Bar to invite writers of all levels to tap into their ideas and let the creativity (and the wine) flow. Free registration but required. Typically 1.5-2 hours. Hosted via Zoom. BYOB.
Restaurants may not be fully open but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a culinary experience at home! The Co-op, who often holds classes in their Culinary Learning Center with local chefs, has continued their cooking classes online. You can say “Yes, Chef” with 1-hour demo classes like Plant-Powered Enchiladas, fun wine tasting, and food pairing classes, and 2-hour “cook-along” classes making authentic Spring Risotto and Handmade Ravioli from scratch. You cook, you learn and then, you eat! Prices vary ($7-12 range). Classes held via Zoom. Check out the full schedule here.
Want to develop your art abilities? Feel compelled to document the world around you? Instructor Linda Bryan will teach “Introduction to Digital Photography” beginning June 11. The class, held via Zoom, teaches the basics of camera operation and photographic composition. This is an evening class from 5-7 pm. You can sign up for this and their other art classes like drawing and painting available online here.
June Workshop Series by the Central Vermont Solid Waste Management
Environmentally-conscious but curious? The Central Vermont Solid Waste Management is presenting another series of free virtual workshops in June for anyone who wants to do better and be better living green. Workshops like “Backyard Composting Basics” will give you easy ways to get started composting and do it successfully. “Recycling Beyond the Blue Bin” is an in-depth workshop that will answer all your recycling questions (specific to Vermont recycling laws) and “Don’t Flush That!” teaches how to avoid using toxic materials and what to do with those you already have on hand. Dates and times vary. Find them here. Spots are limited but classes are free.