The Continuing Education program at Mt. San Jacinto College has many exciting new learning opportunities in its fall schedule.
Love sushi? Students can learn how to make their own from the author of "Sushi for Dummies", Mineko Moreno (left). Interested in learning more about raw foods? Learn from Natural Health Practitioner Robin Varnet in a new Raw Food Fun class or join her for the new Natural First Aid Kit class.
Love tamales? Learn how to make them just in time for the holidays from popular tamale maker Marty Flores. Love chocolate? Cooking classes with Martha Culbertson at Kitchen Fantasy fill up for a reason. This fall she is offering weekly classes that will help students prepare food to enjoy and impress - including a Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate class, where you will learn many different ways to prepare chocolate,
Always wanted to learn how to decorate cakes, maybe start your own cake decorating business? Register for the new certificate courses in cake decorating and running your own business.
Frustrated trying to understand why your baby is crying? Come learn how to communicate in the Baby Sign Language class taught by Jeremy Rogers. Need a relaxing and healthy activity? Join the Gentle Hatha Flow Yoga class with Debra Carson. For additional healthy activities, try the new Contemporary Dance, Stretchalates, or Zumba classes offered by MSJC dance instructors at Allis Movement Center in Murrieta.
How about learning how to use your mind to lose weight or heal your body? NLP Master Instructor Barbara Waggoner is offering classes in both subjects. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Certified Instructor Tom Ventimiglia is offering classes on living stress free and tapping into an abundant life with EFT.
Looking for a fun outdoor adventure? Join the day excursion to Oceanview Mine, where students will dig (above ground) for gems, and keep what they find! For additional travel adventures, there will be a free slide show presentation about the Collette trips planned for 2015. The event will be held at the Kay Ceniceros Center in Menifee on Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m.
Does your child need to have fun AWAY from electronics? Try out the new Chess Club for kids at the Temecula Chess Club. Or have them learn to play a string instrument with Maestro Pricila Chavez-Lara.
These are just a few of the learning opportunities available through the FOCUS program at MSJC. Complete details on all of these new classes, and the fall class schedule, can be found at www.msjc.edu/ce or call 951-487-3707 for more information.