May 30, 2018

Fun Classes for Adults Around San Francisco

Never stop learning, is what they always say. Life is a journey, and if you’re not always growing, then you might as well throw in the towel. It’s time to stretch yourself in new directions. It’s time to try something new. We only get this one chance to live in San Francisco so let’s unlock all the potential we have within us.

Here are some fun adult classes to take around The City.


Perfect your spit takes while dodging cream pies. Clown around like a pro at the Clown Conservatory. Clown Conservatory is a multidisciplinary training program in physical comedy, precision idiocy, and eccentric acting. This 24-week training program is a tilt-a-whirl of character creation and narrative clowning where the conjuring of solo, duo and ensemble work culminates in showcases for Ring, Stage, and Film.


Impress your burner friends with the new skills you’ll pick up at the Temple of Poi. For those looking for a poi fire dancing immersion program starting from no skills and jumping to performance-ready, consider this Beginning Poi Fire Dancing Boot Camp program. The goal in this program is to create a strong enough foundation for the artist that at the end of the boot camp, a student could, on his/her own perform casually in front of their friends. Through this ongoing relationship, you will deepen the practice on all levels — body, mind, expression, technique, comprehensive, confidence and safety.


You’ve been wanting to take time out of your busy schedule to learn beekeeping and now you can at San Francisco Honey & Pollen Co. They offer both beginning beekeeping classes and advanced beekeeping classes. Our owner, John McDonald, teaches with a very hands-on, “in the hive” approach. Whether you take a beginner class and walk away with a new understanding and appreciation for bees, or come with beekeeping experience or as a returning student and learn to spin honey in the advanced class, you’re sure to have a great time!

These fun adult classes will make your learning journey a lifelong one!


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