Our goal is create unique, fun, interesting and informative programs for the Dublin community
Adult Programming has classes for every age and every interest. Programs where you can learn a new hobby, meet new friends, or experience a local company in a new light, there’s something for everyone.
The World of Whisk(e)y | Sign Up Now!
Monday, January 26 | 6:30 – 9 p.m.
Is it Whisky or Whiskey? Join us as we explore the World of Whisk(e)y… from the Isles of Scotland, the Emerald Isle of Ireland and the Land of American Whiskey! If you think all Whiskies are the same… think again! We’ll discuss the nuances as we taste the different Whiskies.
Kinetic Kitchen | Sign Up Now!
Tuesday, January 27 | 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Better health begins with eating right. The Kinetic Kitchen is designed with you in mind. It brings the healthy eating and lifestyle pioneered by Kinetic to your home. Kinetic is a locally-based gourmet food truck for health-conscious people. Learn amazing recipes and why they matter from the experts at Kinetic Kitchen. If you have any dietary restrictions and food allergies, please contact Carla Doty at the time of registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.410.4571.
Get Your Food Truck Rolling | Sign Up Now!
Wednesday, January 28 | 6:30 – 9 p.m.
Food trucks are a rapidly growing and prominent industry in the Columbus community, as well as in major cities across the nation. From afar, the food truck life looks exhilarating and enjoyable – attending concerts, festivals and sporting events. But not everything is the way it seems. Explore a day in life of a food truck owner, learn what goes into starting and owning a food truck, day-to-day operations, administrative needs, business demands and the pros and cons from the owners of Kinetic. If you have any dietary restrictions and food allergies, please contact Carla Doty at the time of registration: email@example.com or 614.410.4571.
Swing & Jitterbug | Sign Up Now!
Wednesdays, January 28 – March 4 | 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Dance to the music of the 40’s through today. This course is for beginners and welcomes all ages, whether you are looking to meet new people or brush up on your dance skills. Learn how to dance, lead, and follow in a relaxed, social setting. Fee is per couple or $59/$69 for singles. If registering as a single, please contact Carla Doty directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.410.4571 to register.
Beginning Ballroom | This class is currently full!
Thursdays, January 29 – March 5 | 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Beginner’s learn the basics of Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Cha Cha, Rumba, and Swing. Whether you are looking for a new, fun hobby, to meet new people, or to brush up on your dance skills, you’ll gain a better understanding of ballroom dance. The class covers basic steps and technique as well as social dance etiquette. Fee is per couple or $59 for singles. If registering as a single, please contact Carla Doty directly at email@example.com or 614.410.4571 to register.
Mardi Gras Cooking Class | Sign Up Now!
Wednesday, February 3, 2015
So it’s almost Fat Tuesday and you’re in Dublin instead of on the gas lit streets of the French Quarter enjoying Mardi Gras. No worries! Laissez les bon temps rouler with us as we don our purple, green and gold beads and cook up a mess of down-home Cajun and Creole cookin’. After the cookin’ comes the eatin’. Food Cart owner and Cajun cook extraordinaire Joshua Jordan cooks up a feast and sends you home with recipes so you’re able to bring celebrate New Orleans at home. Menu includes Cajun hush puppies, traditional N’awlins Po boy sandwich (party style), gumbo, and a sweet bananas foster for dessert. . If you have any dietary restrictions and food allergies, please contact Carla Doty at the time of registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.410.4571. This class is a cooking demonstration.
Deductive Wine Tasting | Sign Up Now!
Monday, February 9 | 6:30 – 9 p.m.
“Guess what wine this is?” Have you ever wondered or has someone ever put a glass in your face and asked you that question? While it’s not the easiest thing to do, with some deductive reasoning you can narrow it down. In this class we will deconstruct the Six Noble Varietals using visual and smelling aids for a better understanding of the Varietals and then its practice, practice, practice!
Getting Library eContent: Android Users | Sign Up Now!
Wednesday, February 11
Learn how to access free eBooks, digital movies and television shows, digital music, and digital audiobooks. After an introduction to the types of content available, we’ll learn how to view content on Apple devices. You should bring the device you wish to use and have a library card in good standing from a local system (Dublin/Columbus Metropolitan, Worthington, Upper Arlington all work).
Drawing from the Photograph| Sign Up Now!
Thursdays, March 5 – April 16
An introductory drawing course for students who wish to recreate a favorite photograph on paper through visual means. Students select a photograph and establish a grid system to transfer a basic outline of the image to paper (or other drawing surface). Then learn basic drawing, coloring, and shading techniques to resolve the image. Materials are included in the price of this course. Students will take home their own sketchpad
Beginning Japanese I | Sign Up Now!
Tuesday, March 24 – May 12
Learn pronunciation, reading hiragana, greetings, numbers 0 through 100, basic grammar and conversation, and include vocabulary of approximately 150 words. Students’ pronunciation is monitored as well as the utilization of learned grammatical content. Skills for the week’s learning objectives are practiced with the goal of increasing fluency in Japanese. Homework is given to improve skills each week.
Beginning Japanese II | Sign Up Now!
Tuesday, March 24 – May 12
Cover reading hiragana (part 2), phrases for telephone conversations, telling the time, verb conjugation (masu-form), reading numbers (101 through 9,999), particles such as “o”, “ga”, “ne”, and include a basic vocabulary of approximately 200 words. Students’ pronunciation is monitored as well as the utilization of learned grammatical content. Skills for the week’s learning objectives are practiced with the goal of increasing fluency in Japanese. Homework is given each week to improve skills. Prerequisite for this class is Beginning Japanese Language Class I.
iCloud Workshop | Sign Up Now!
Sunday, March 29, 2015
Gain a deeper understanding of how to use Apple’s iCloud service. Greatly misunderstood, but very important, iCloud is full of great features including wireless synching, tracking a lost/stolen device, and iCloud Drive for storing files. We always have plenty of time for questions.
The American Whiskey… Bourbon vs. Rye | Sign Up Now!
Monday, February 23
Which came first… Rye or Bourbon? Join us as we explore the History of Rye & Bourbon… and taste our way to the Present! We’ll distinguish the differences in the make-up and the tastes… and how they influence the cocktails prepared using them.
iPad Class | Sign Up Now!
Sundays, February 15 – March 8
In this new iPad Workshop, each week is formatted to focus on specific features, how they function and how you can use them to get the most from your iPad.
Upcoming Winter/Spring Classes & Activities: View Winter Adult Programs
ed2go Online Courses
We are pleased to offer a convenient, affordable and effective way to learn a new skill or brush up on an old one. The DCRC has partnered with ed2go to offer an exciting and diverse category of online non-credit educational opportunities. These online courses are flexibly formatted to meet your busy schedule–you take classes anytime, anywhere, 24/7. These instructor-facilitated online computer courses are informative, fun and highly interactive. Most courses run for six weeks (two courses per week) and are project oriented. Each course contains lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, lively discussions with your fellow students, supplementary links and more. Prices start at $99. Ed2go fees are standardized for all registrants. Member discounts and credits may not be applied. All ed2go registrations must be done online with full payment made by credit card at the time of registration. All you need to get started is Internet access, an e-mail address and a Web browser. These courses are for individuals who are looking for non-credit, online courses for self improvement, job skills building and individual educational goals. Select from:
Accounting/Art/History/Psychology/Basic Computer Literacy/Business Administration/Computer Applications/Database Management/Digital Photography/Graphic Design/Nutrition/Languages-French, Italian, Spanish/Personal Development-Enrichment-Finance/Web and Computer Programming/Web Graphics/Web Page Design/Writing & Publishing.
For a complete course catalog, class descriptions and outlines visit: www.ed2go.com/dublinohio and click on courses.