To act, to cook, to paint, to work out, to sing, to dance, to date, to click, and so many other things are a part of Boston Center for Adult Education, offering 2,000 classes each year. As the oldest nonprofit education center in New England, learn something new or brush up on skills in categories such as the Arts, Food, Cooking, Fitness, Languages, and classes for children. Learn to act, take classes with celebrity chefs, brush up on computer skills and get ahead in today’s market by attending classes in person or online! There are even classes that assist students in buying or selling a home. Visit www.bcae.org for the full course catalog!
Learn from the greats as local celebrity chefs teach students the fine art of cuisine in November and December 2013. Celebrity chefs Andy Husbands of Tremont 647, Deborah Hansen of Taberna de Haro, Jeff Fournier of Waban Kitchen, Pino Maffeo Russo of Lucia Ristorante & Bar, Peter Hensen of the Cottage, Ashley Stanley of Lovin’ Spoonfuls with Alex Saenz of LINEage will demonstrate their individual cooking skills in the state-of-the-art kitchen facilities.
Among other classes BCAE offers is ‘Break a Leg: An Intro to Acting’ taught by seasoned instructor Kelly Fey on Saturday, October 26. With a degree in Counseling Psychology as well as Acting, Kelly will show students how to build a character, valuable warm-up exercises, role playing, and acting scenes. These activities with be taught all in one session. ‘Break a Leg: An Intro to Acting’ class will start at 11 a.m.
Winner of the Best in Boston 2013, Boston Center for Adult Education is located at 122 Arlington Street in Boston, Massachusetts and is easily accessible by train. Discount parking is also available. Call the Boston Center for Adult Education at 1-617-267-4430 or visit www.bcae.org to register and view the full course catalog!