Sunday, November 2, 2014

CLL Newsletter November 2014

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November 2014

Celebrate our first birthday with something for YOU!
There are so many great events and classes happening at the CLL this November. Discover something brand NEW!

Arts & Crafts Fair Callout
We’re rolling out brand new events and classes in November, and we want you to be the first to know. Come on in and discover something new...
Everybody loves handcrafted holiday gifts. On November 15, be the star of the season and find the perfect gift for friends and family at our Arts and Crafts Fair - and help us celebrate CLL’s First Birthday! Don’t miss this early start to your holiday shopping.

Watch VideosLook & Learn with our Experts
Our teachers are all professionals in their fields both at CLL and within the community. We’ve created the Look & Learn web series to give you free expert how-tos and tips to boost your learning experience. Have a look today! 

Try something new at the CLL
These classes are starting soon:

Winter Term Tuition Assistance

Important Dates:
  • Nov. 7, 3 p.m.: Tuition Assistance application deadline
  • Nov. 15: Arts & Crafts Fair
  • Dec. 8: Winter registration begins
  • Dec. 13: Last day of fall term 


CLL Students Biking

CLL Students Cooking

CLL Students Jewelry

Tai Ji Student

CLL Student"It’s my favorite part of the week, I look so forward to coming to class because it’s a time where I can express myself in a way that I never thought I could." - Cathy, CLL Art Student
Did you have a great experience at the CLL? We'd love to hear from you! Send us an e-mail us at

Meet our Teachers
Look & Learn Knife SkillsMeet our Teacher, Suzanne Landry Lemagie, celebrity chef, wellness educator and author of  The Passionate Vegetable and Fresh Food Matters. 
Learn to chop those veggies properly, with our Look & Learn video, "Knife Skills"
  • Get a good vegetable knife.
  • Hold the food down with one hand, and tuck your fingernails behind your knuckles.
  • In the other hand, hold the knife and make sure the front of the knife always stays in front of the food.
  • … then glide (glide knife forward, cutting on the downward motion away from yourself)
(Don't miss our one-day workshop, Autumn Market Vegetables, happening Saturday, November 15!)

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