Ethnic Foods Co helps its clients appreciate the process of making and eating international cuisine in their own homes. Oojas’ instructors comprise skilled chefs who focus on equipping students with quick, practical solutions to produce an array of global flavors, whether they’re working with seasonal fall veggies or Indian spices. They conduct most classes as a bit of a performance, showing off their skills as they prepare a host of familiar and original dishes. Students join in, too, as instructors teach them to prepare a variety of global dishes. And guests don’t go home hungry, as they can sample tastes of the myriad colorful and flavorful cuisine.
Start a night out with your friends right at the terrific theater at Osseo's
Energy Dance Center.
With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this theater boasts among the best eats this side of the city.
Take your twinkle toes to the next level at Energy Dance Center, where numerous dance styles are taught and all experience levels are welcome.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
BYOB painting workshops have become commonplace, but what about other art media? That's where Studio Memories Art comes in. Each month, the Minneapolis studio features various art projects made from materials such as wood, metal, glass, and fabric. Whether it's an apron hanger or home-decor accessory, the studio provides all the necessary tools and materials, plus appetizers of meat and cheese along with coffee, tea, and water.
Ceramist and BonTon Studio owner Mary Anderson has adorned jean pockets with tiny mosaic tiles, transformed a bowling ball into a shimmering orb, and enhanced dozens of homes with her handmade tile installations. At BonTon Studio, she encourages her students to approach their own creations with the same sense of playful experimentation. She welcomes students of all ages and experience levels and equips them with mosaic tips and techniques along with all supplies. Then, she sets them loose to create their own projects, from painted tiles to glowing wine-bottle lanterns to mosaics of their favorite ceramics teacher.
When students come to Joe Hastings' lessons, some of the first things he asks are "Who are your favorite singers or artists?" and "What are your favorite styles to focus on." Why? Because he knows that when a student plays what they want to play, rather than suffer through rounds of "Greensleeves," they'll keep playing. Having taught over 25,000 private lessons since 1992, Joe has every style of music and every breed of guitar down pat. In private lessons ranging from acoustic guitar, electric, and bass to 12-string, banjos, lap steels, and even the finicky dulcimer, Joe's students learn how to play quickly and efficiently. Lessons also delve into music theory, pattern recognition, and muscle memory, and handily take place within the music-only confines of
My Music Store.
Minneapolis' National Dance-Exercise Instructors Training Assoc is a great place to stop in for some fun.
Learn how to properly defend yourself with one of these kickboxing classes.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So this weekend, don't do the same old thing. Head to National Dance-Exercise Instructors Training Assoc!