• Wine Dinner Fundraiser
  • Twin Falls Hike
  • Boulder River Outing

TBO UWelcome to TBO—U; we are delighted that you are interested in taking a class!  Our courses are open to members and guests.  Peruse our Fall Semester course offerings below, including details about instructors, dates, times, location, required materials, refreshments, class sizes and registration deadlines.

Class Registration

To register, download a registration form, fill it out and send it in with the course fee. Only receipt of payment will hold your spot. Classes will be filled in the order that payment is received.  Class fees are non-refundable.  In the event that a minimum class size is not met, a class will be cancelled and payments will be returned.  If a class is full, a waitlist will be maintained.  If you do not clear the waitlist, your payment will be returned. Upon successful enrollment in a class you will receive an email confirmation. Even if a class is not filled, no additional participants may register after the registration deadline.  Payments must be received prior to the registration deadline.


Spring Semester

Watch for the spring semester course information in early 2018. If you are interested in teaching a course during the Spring 2018 semester (February thru May), submit your proposal here. The deadline for getting a class into the catalog is December 1.

If you have questions regarding participating in or teaching a class please email us.



Saturday, Oct. 14 — Fundamentals of Flower Arranging
How to make a flower arrangement from beginning to end with many helpful hints along each step.  Guaranteed to put a smile on your face. More...

Sunday, Oct. 29 — Write from the Heart
Writing as a way to find your voice.  A safe, supportive, encouraging non-critical workshop environment where we will create new work in response to prompts.  A great place for finding inspiration and taking a risk. More...

Sunday, Oct 29 — Preparing for End of Life
How to help you prepare and plan for end-of-life decisions.  Collecting necessary personal and financial information, contact people, wishes for services/burial, preparing to be an Executor, etc. More...

Saturday, Nov. 4 — Cannabis Today: A Review of Local Pot Laws, Industry & Products
A lecture and discussion on the state of Washington's legal cannabis industry. How has legalization impacted public health and the economy? Where is it grown and what are all of these strange products on recreational pot store shelves? More...

Mondays, Nov. 6 & 13 — So You want to Learn to Knit?
Learn the knit and pearl stitches as well as how to cast on.  Participants should be familiar with reading a simple pattern. More...

Monday, November 6 -  Challah with Carolyn     
Learn to mix, rise and braid the traditional Jewish bread from scratch!More...

Saturday, Nov. 18 — Fundamentals of Flower Arranging
How to make a flower arrangement from beginning to end with many helpful hints along each step.  Guaranteed to put a smile on your face. More...

Sunday, Dec. 3 — Easy as Pie (making)!
Make a pie, beginning with the key, a crust which is delicious and flaky.  Each participant has a ready-made dessert to take home! More...

Monday, Dec. 4 — The Origin of Western Washington
An introduction to the geologic origins of Western Washington, including; why Washington has so many volcanoes, why we are surrounded by towering peaks both to the East and West, and why Puget Sound has so many bays so far inland. More...

Mondays, Jan. 8/15/22/29, 2018 — Mah Jongg 101
Participants will learn to play American Mah Jong. More...


Upcoming Events

10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cemetery Clean-Up
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Text Study with Heidi Piel
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sukkah Construction
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Community Dinner
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Sukkah Take-Down