April 24, 2000
"Wine Appreciation Fundamentals," offered Monday, May 8th, from 6:30-9 p.m. at the Columbia Winery, is the first of this three-evening series of classes that can be grouped or taken separately. "Northwest Wine: History and Development" is the second class in the series and is offered Monday, May 15th, from 6:30-9 p.m., also at the Columbia Winery, and "Worldwide Wine: A Global Tasting," wraps up the series on May 22nd from 6:30-9 p.m. at the Columbia Winery. The class fee is $24 per evening.
Classes cover grape varieties, growing regions, and wine making. Attendees will learn how to purchase wine in a shop and how to order wine in a restaurant. This series will be of interest to wine consumers, restaurant patrons, culinary arts and hospitality students, restaurant managers, and their staff. Class members must be 21 years of age; picture ID required.
Do you use the Quicken program in the workplace, or to keep track of funds for a family business? Learn how to set up, edit, and delete accounts and transactions at a Cascadia Community College Lifelong Learning class, titled "Quicken For The New User." This non-credit class will be offered on April 29th from 9 a.m. to noon at Northshore Senior Center (10201 E. Riverside Drive, Bothell). The class fee is $29.
Students will be learning not only keystrokes and productive techniques to shorten data-entry time, but how basic bookkeeping principles apply to Quicken, and how to generate customized reports. They will also gain critical knowledge on the relationship of accounts versus categories.
For Lifelong Learning class registration information, visit the college's website at www.cascadia.ctc.edu and click on Lifelong Learning, or call 425-398-6385.