Herald readers are being offered the chance to become a class act thanks to D&A College.
From September to December the college is offering a range of leisure classes in venues in Dundee and across Angus.
From cookery to criminology, drawing to drystone dyking, sign language to self hypnosis, the raft of courses is certainly diverse
Arbroath residents may be particularly interested in two separate one-day courses – introduction to floristry workshop and Christmas floristry workshop, both on offer at the Arbroath Campus.
Also being delivered at the Keptie Road venue is ‘Drawing from Life’ with Allan Paris, ‘Pottery: An Introduction’, and ‘Jewellery Workshop’ with Tracy Henderson.
Gourmets among the population will be keen on ‘Indian Cookery’ and ‘Christmas Cookery’, while anyone keen to order a meal on their holiday on the Costas could benefit from ‘Holiday Spanish for Beginners’.
There is also a range of guitar lessons plus reiki and yoga.
Courses on offer at St Vigean’s Glebe include drystone dyking and chainsaw safe operation and maintenance.
To find out more about all the leisure courses on offer across Angus and in Dundee visit www.dundeeandangus.ac.uk/courses/leisure or call 0300 123 1035.