So your c.v. includes a baccalaureate in English literature, a master of science in nano-scale information systems and a groundbreaking doctoral thesis on the abstract mathematical structures of ancient Yoruban foodways. You've apprenticed as a carpenter and mason. You have an Alpine rescue first-responder certificate and have recently returned from a postdoctoral semester at the Sorbonne in Paris.
But your mind remains restless. Let's poke around in the course catalogs and see what you may have overlooked in your insatiable thirst for knowledge.
Thursdays, March 12-May 7 (except April 9), 7-8 pm, Lussier Community Education Center, 55 S. Gammon.
This new class from Madison School & Community Recreation fuses Latin and international dance with aerobic interval-training principles to create a dynamic fitness routine that sculpts and tones the body. $28; details and registration at 608-204-3000 or .
Saturday, April 4, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, 3330 Atwood Ave.
Using a wood-burning tool, participants in this class learn to carve designs on a gourd. Gourds and designs provided by the instructor, but participants must bring their own wood burner, skew, ball tip and mask. $56 ($45 Olbrich Botanical Society members). Registration and details at 608-246-4550 or