Hundreds of Adult and Community Education Classes Offered

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany Adult and Community Education (PACE) released its Fall 2019 catalog of classes being offered.

A very big part of the mission of PACE, is providing opportunities to members of the community to develop in both personal and professional ways. Their goal is to offer modern, creative, informative and fun classes that meet the interests and needs of the wonderful and diverse community. Whether you are looking to advance your skills in one of their computer classes or you are interested in learning a new hobby, PACE has the right opportunity for you.

Is there a chef or future chef in your household? Parsippany resident and author Dana Ilic has a number of classes with the beginning or experienced chef in mind. From “The Sunday Gravy” to Fresh Mozzarella, Chicken Scarpiello, to Tomato Soup with Italian Grilled Cheese on the side are some of the many courses being offered to adults.  There are even “Youth Cooking Programs” being offered at Jeremiah’s Catering and Cooking Studio for “Kids in the Kitchen.” Instruction is geared towards children ages seven to nine years old. They can learn, Breakfast for Dinner, Rice Crispy Candy Sushi, Ramen Stir Fry with Chicken or Vegetables, Christmas Light Cookies and many other opportunities.

There are three new course offerings to help manage and reduce your stress: Gentle Chair Yoga, Stress Reduction with Hypnosis and Nutrition Strategies for Stress and Pain Management.

There are sports, crafts, classes and even trips! Mah Jongg for Beginners, Getting Paid to Talk – Making Money with your Voice; Makeup Tips and Tricks; Fall Foliage Kayak Adventures; Hiking for Health and Inner Peace; Zumba Fitness and Toning; Volleyball – Skills Development; Pilates for All; Stop Smoking with Hypnosis; Lose Weight with Hypnosis; Stress Reduction with Hypnosis; Introduction to Google Apps, Intro to Excel, Word for the Beginner or the Advanced; Ballroom and Latin Dancing for Beginners, Intermediate or Advanced; Managing Healthcare; and many more.

Trips to Sandy Hook, Atlantic Highlands and Spring Lake Boardwalk with Lunch at Breakers, Spring Lake or a trip to Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island are among the many trips PACE has to offer.

There are also many youth programs including Fashion Sewing, SAT/ACT Preparation, Rollercoasters, Beginning Quilting to name a few.

You must register prior to the start date of the class. Registrations will not be accepted the night of the class. You must be officially registered and on the roster in order to participate in any PACE offering. Avoid class cancellations, register early.

For additional information call the PACE office at (862) 702-2040 for further assistance.      Office Hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

To register online click here.

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