Workshops & Seminars

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Mimosas & Monet, May 11
Mimosas & Monet, May 11

May 1 – 15

Cooking Classes

This month’s classes are led by Linda Hopkins, May 1-15; Vincent Guerithault, May 6-7; and Beau MacMillan, May 14. Call for times and prices. Les Gourmettes Cooking School, 6610 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602-240-6767.

Les Gourmettes Cooking School, Phoenix, AZ

May 4 – 18

Mixology 101

Mixologists at Jade Bar share cutting-edge techniques as they teach participants to create a selection of craft cocktails inspired by a different spirit each week. This month’s classes focus on using syrups in cocktails, May 4; how tiki culture changed cocktail and American pop culture, May 11; and cool drinks for the hot summer, May 18. Noon. $50. Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa, 5700 E. McDonald Dr., Paradise Valley,, 480-607-2300.

Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa, Paradise Valley, AZ, 85253

May 11

Mimosas & Monet

Artist Carrie Curran guides guests on an artistic journey as they enjoy mimosas, coffee and pastries while creating their own masterpiece. Designed for enthusiastic beginners to emerging professionals, this month’s class focuses on morning glories in acrylic on canvas. 9:30-11:30 a.m. $85. Hermosa Inn, 5532 N. Palo Cristi Rd., Paradise Valley,, 602-955-8614.

The Hermosa Inn, Paradise Valley, AZ, 85253

May 28 – July 18

Jazz Workshops

Musicians, students and jazz enthusiasts work with instructors in a variety of weeklong programs focusing on improvisation essentials, Latin and traditional jazz, duos and trios, bebop and vocal ensemble. Open to all ages and experience levels, most workshops conclude with a concert on the final day of each class. M-Th, call for times. $150. The Nash, 110 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix,, 602-795-0464.

The Nash, Phoenix, AZ

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