New Winter Classes: What Sparks Your Joy?

By Liza Burke, Marketing Manager

UPDATE: New classes are being added to our lineup and you can see new additions below.* 

How do you feel about winter? The days have gotten pretty short, dark and damp. But it need not be dull!

What will spark joy for you this winter? Treat yourself to a class! Give yourself a special gift to make winter feel cozy and wonderful.

Winter classes are ready for you to browse and register. Choose one of the subject areas below or keep scrolling to see new classes.


Cooking, Baking & Nutrition
Learn handy new kitchen skills and enjoy tasting your creations in these special hands-on classes in our DIY section.
Mole: Authentic Oaxacan Cuisine - Continuing Education at Seattle Central College

People & Places
The Travel, History & Culture category under “Languages” includes a wide selection of classes to shed light on the past, present and future.

Recreational Boating
Build your boating skills!

American Sign Language 2 Photo - Continuing Education at Seattle Central College

Many of our language classes have new levels and options, including:

Or see changes to our Spanish program.


Senior Series & Weekday Daytime Classes

Introduction to Shibori Resist Dyeing Photo - Continuing Education at Seattle Central CollegeAre you available during weekdays? Check out this diverse assortment of new classes in our Senior Series, specifically designed for older students but open to everyone.

Women's Styling & Leadership
Step up your game with classes developed to support women in the work place and in society.


Compassion & Wisdom
Be your best self, even better.

How to Break In and Succeed as a Professional Food Writer Photo - Continuing Education at Seattle Central College

Use words to make the world, or yourself, better.


Computer Technology
If you adore your computer, these online classes can help you gain hot job skills.

How to Invest for Retirement Photo - Continuing Education at Seattle Central College

Get help arranging your "cookie jar" in one of these classes:



Here's to a joyful winter and 2020!