You better get on the ball if you want to take part in the spring semester of Way Gay U, William Way Community Center‘s recurring series of “life-enrichment programming.” Registration on certain classes is closing as I type.
This year’s itinerary includes a class schedule that ranges from goofy to fun to informative, starting on March 18 with Michael Flynn’s eight-week “Beginners Line Dancing.” If that sounds fun, you’re SOL. The deadline to register was yesterday. But there are tons of other fun workshops still up for grabs, like queer-relationship guru Doug Hilton’s “Finding Mr. Right” (April 10, $25-$40),” author and health coach Claire Baker‘s “Learning the Basics of Eating Gluten-Free” (April 30, $15-$35), and hilarious and always-popular “Homorobics” (May 1-June 5, $60-$130), led by perky choreographer Craig Scull.
If you’re in the giving mood, the tech-illiterate in your life could benefit from Digital Diva Nina Epstein’s “Mastering the iPhone” (March 30-April 13, $35-$50), and Susan Lonker could teach your favorite drag queen a thing or two about being on time at “Time After Time: Task and Time Management Skills” (April 24-May 1, $80-$95). It probably won’t do any good, but hey, it’s the thought that counts.
Roll over to the William Way site for more class info, deadline dates and links to purchase tickets.
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