Let the RRCC spring season begin.
Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more,
Men were deceivers ever:
One foot in sea and one on shore,
To one thing constant never.
Then sigh not so, but let them go
And be you blithe and bonny,
Converting all your sounds of woe
Into hey nonny, nonny.
To kick things off, two key members are sharing some of our institutional knowledge with the EPL public by volunteering to teach adult education evening classes at USN. Since the subject matters (alcohol and Smash Em Up Derby cars) make up a large part of our core values, the RRCC needs to represent.
First up, Jim Myers is teaching "The Delicious Beauty & Mystery of Tequila" (class #444). It is next Thursday, February 11 at Rebel Jeff Greenfield's house. Not the same thing as "Practical Steps to Natural Beauty" the same night.
In April, Kirk is teaching "Zen and the Art of Demolition Derby Car Building", class #718, and not to be confused with "A Passionate Relationship: Doing the Work of Repair".
The Derby Car classes will be on two Saturdays: April 3 and April 10. (Prime float trip weekends, Kirly...)
Register by following this link. Jim's class is in the 400s under "Food, Wine & Entertainment" (mainly Entertainment) and Kirk's is in the 700s under "Arts and Hobbies" (emphais on Arts). Sign up for one or both if you can. Let's all plan to meet at Camp Cookie's Tequila Drink-Off next Thursday and use that as an unofficial first meeting to talk about dates for the spring trip.