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135 Indian Vegetarian Cooking (Virtual) NEW!
Tejal Kothari teacher who
creates unique vegetarian dishes
Sun., 3:30–5:30 pm, Oct. 3, 1 session
$50

Indian cooking infuses spices, healthy vegetarian ingredients, and ayurvedic principles of living. Learn to cook some traditional Indian food with a western twist to it, using fresh vegetables, lentils, rice, grains, spices and herbs. A list of ingredients needed and steps to prep will be provided before the class. Class will include a step-by-step hands-on instruction. Be prepared to enjoy a delicious dinner at the end of class.

Virtual - Zoom Online Video Conference

136 Falafel Workshop (Virtual) NEW!
Tejal Kothari teacher who
creates unique vegetarian dishes
Sun., 3:30–5:30 pm, Nov. 14, 1 session
$50

Falafels are a delectable Middle Eastern street food that can serve as an appetizer or an entire meal. Learn to make these treats with the best traditional accompaniments including homemade hummus, yogurt and tahini sauce. Great for those on a vegan diet, and these can even be made using gluten free pitas. A list of ingredients needed and steps to prep will be provided before the class. Class will include a step-by-step hands-on instruction.

Virtual - Zoom Online Video Conference

137 Vegetarian Tex-Mex (Virtual) NEW!
Tejal Kothari teacher who
creates unique vegetarian dishes
Fri., 3:30–5:30 pm, Nov. 19, 1 session
$50

 

Spice up your vegetarian diet by learning to make popular Tex-Mex casual dishes, known as “street food,” which is sure to please the entire family. We'll make a veggie rice bowl, quesadillas made with
fresh vegetables and black beans, and a tostada, known as Mexican pizza. We’ll use fresh, authentic ingredients to bring out the true Tex-Mex flavors. Be ready to have a restaurant style delicious meal!

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138 Cooking with Chef Susan (Virtual) NEW!
Susan Cohen, experienced instructor of Savory Naturals
Section A: Japanese
Thurs., 5:30–7:30 pm, Oct. 7, 1 session
Section B: Thai
Tues., 5:30–7:30 pm, Nov. 16, 1 session
Section C: Divine Desserts
Thurs., 5:30-7:30 pm, Dec. 16, 1 session
$50 each section

Section A: Japanese $50
Thurs., 5:30–7:30 pm, Oct. 7, 1 session
Japanese Savory Miso Noodle Soup with Salmon Section

B: Thai
Tues., 5:30–7:30 pm, Nov. 16, 1 session $50
Thai Rolls with crispy tofu/shrimp and vegetables along with a garlicky dipping sauce

Section C: Divine Desserts
Thurs., 5:30-7:30 pm, Dec. 16, 1 session $50
Divine Desserts—Coconut, almond, chocolate truffles and poached pears in wine with lemon zest and pistachios

FOR ALL CLASSES: Recipes and list of ingredients will be emailed prior to each class.

Virtual - Zoom Online Video Conference

169 How Best to Fund Cash Needs in Retirement
(Virtual)
Howard Hook, CFP, CPA, fee-only financial planner
Darren L.
Zagarola CFP, CPA, PFS fee-only financial planner
Tues., 6:30–8:30 pm, Oct. 12, 3 sessions
$95

Most people are taught to save for retirement from an early age. Saving as much as you can in tax-favored accounts has always been sound advice. However, in retirement you will be faced with more choices and less clear answers. When do I collect Social Security? What pension option should I select? Which accounts should I use to fund my cash needs? These questions are hard to answer and can impact the likelihood your money will last throughout retirement. Add in the risk of higher inflation, living longer, and higher income
taxes to already confusing choices and many people are left paralyzed and make the wrong choices. Join us for our three-week course to help you navigate through and plan for meeting your cash flow needs during retirement. Class is limited to 12 students.

Zoom Online Video Conference

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170 The Role of the Executor (Virtual)
Wendy Wolff Herbert and
Melissa Terranova, partners,

and Carmella Campisano, associate,
in Fox Rothschild’s

Taxation and Wealth Planning Practice
Thurs., 7:00–8:30 pm, Oct. 28, 2 sessions
$60

Being appointed the executor of an estate can be daunting. Even some of the vocabulary is completely new and unfamiliar—words such as intestate, fiduciary and probate. In this class, we will explain the basics of what it means to be an executor or personal representative. We will define the important terms and outline the duties and activities involved. Focusing on practical takeaways, we will identify the key documents and information that must be collected—including
tax returns—and the important deadlines that must be met. Finally, we will touch on some of the common ethical issues that may arise.

 

 

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309 German I (Virtual)
Ute Mehnert, German
historian, journalist, and writer
Thurs., 6:00–7:30 pm, Sept. 30, 10 sessions
(No class Nov. 25)
$170

German is the language of poets and thinkers—but also the native language of more than 100 million people in Europe today! This course will give you solid survival skills for daily conversations when you travel, order food, enjoy the sights, and visit places of your ancestors.

TEXT: German, second edition, by Heimy Taylor and Werner Haas (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). ISBN-10: 0470165510.

Zoom Online Video Conference

310 German II (Virtual)
Ute Mehnert, German
historian, journalist, and writer
Tues., 6:00–7:30 pm, Oct. 5, 10 sessions
$180

If you have prior knowledge of German, this course will expand your basic conversational skills. To enhance your understanding of spoken and written German, we will use short texts and videos besides the textbook. Plan your trip to Europe while learning about the regions and cultures of German-speaking countries!

TEXT: German, second edition, by Heimy Taylor and Werner Haas (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). ISBN-10: 0470165510

Zoom Online Video Conference

311 German Conversation (Virtual)
Ute Mehnert, German
historian, journalist, and writer
Tues., 7:30–9:00 pm, Oct. 5, 10 sessions
$180

Dieser Kurs ist für Fortgeschrittene, die ihre Deutschkenntnisse auffrischen und verbessern möchten. Jede Woche sprechen wir über ein neues Thema. Wir benutzen dafür Texte aus deutschen Medien, Literatur, Sagen und Märchen, aber auch Filme und Videos. Hier können Sie Nuancen der deutschen Sprache auf unterhaltsame Weise verstehen und erlernen.

Zoom Online Video Conference

316 Japanese I (Virtual)
Emiko Takai, Japanese teacher
Tues., 6:00–7:30 pm, Oct. 12, 10 sessions
$180

This is a beginner level Japanese course for students who have never studied Japanese. Students will learn basic vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structures useful in everyday activities. The class will emphasize simple oral conversations, but students will become familiar with hiragana/katakana characters. This will help you survive in Japan!
TEXTS: Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese (Second Edition), Eri Banno et al., The Japan Times ISBN978-4-7890-1140-3. Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese Workbook (Second Edition), Eri Banno et al., The Japan Times ISBN978-4-7890-1441-0.

Zoom Online Video Conference

317 Japanese II (Virtual)
Emiko Takai, Japanese teacher
Tues., 7:45–9:15 pm, Oct. 12, 10 sessions
$185

This is a beginner/advanced beginner level Japanese course for students who took Japanese courses in previous semesters at Princeton Adult School. Students will learn more basic vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structures as well as simple, practical Japanese writing. We will continue focusing on practical oral conversation but more comprehensive grammar will be incorporated in class activities. We will continue working on hiragana/katakana, and some kanji will be introduced. This semester’s major grammatical topics will be verbs and adjectives.

TEXTS: Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese (Second Edition), Eri Banno et al., The Japan Times ISBN978-4-7890-1140-3. Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese Workbook (Second Edition), Eri Banno et al., The Japan Times ISBN978-4-7890-1441-0.

NOTE: This course is meant for students who took Japanese courses before at Princeton Adult School or elsewhere. Students who took Japanese elsewhere/studied Japanese on their own and are not sure about their levels, should contact the instructor in advance to discuss preparation for this course.

 

Zoom Online Video Conference

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318 Portuguese through Brazilian Music—
For Beginners (Virtual) NEW!
Luiz Simas, Portuguese interpreter and musician of
Brazilian music
Wed., 7:00–8:30 pm, Oct. 13, 6 sessions
$120

This is a fun and easy course, a simple introduction to conversation in the Portuguese language for those who either don’t speak any Portuguese, or have only very basic knowledge of the language. We’ll be covering basic vocabulary, grammar and conversation which will be learned with the aid of Brazilian songs played on YouTube and/or played and sung by the teacher. At the end of the course the students will have a basic knowledge of Portuguese conversation.

Zoom Online Video Conference

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