Personal Enrichment

The Office of Continuing Education offers a variety of courses for adults to broaden their horizons. 


Cost: The cost for the course is $65.

Contact: To register, call (608) 758-6565 ext. 360 or register online for Yoga


Dates: Mondays, Feb 10-April 28, 6 pm-7pm


Adult Yoga will be offered through the UW-Rock County Office of Continuing Education on Mondays starting Feb. 10. This non-credit course is open to adults and high school students and will meet in Hyatt Smith Hall Room 120 from 6 to 7 p.m. through April 28.

Yoga will be led by Mary Chapman and will include an hour of slow movement designed to gently stretch and strengthen muscles, while relaxing mind and spirit. This non-competitive class is designed for any fitness level. Participants should wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat. 

Stained Glass

Cost: The cost for the course is $65.

Contact: To register, call (608) 758-6565 ext. 360 or register online for Stained Glass
Dates: Tuesdays, Feb 25-April 8, (with the exception of March 18), 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm


Learn how to work with stained glass to create beautiful art. The Office of Continuing Education at UW-Rock County is offering a non-credit class for adults and high school students to learn the basic techniques of stained glass work. The class will meet from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, February 25 through April 8, with the exception of March 18.

Instructor Richard Snyder will cover the use of copper foil for stained glass construction; glass cutting and grinding; leaning the proper use of tools; pattern tracing and transfer onto the glass; choosing glass colors and textures for design; and soldering and assembly of pieces into a completed project. 

Madrigal Dinner: Shakespeare, Lovers and Fools

Cost: $35 per person, which includes dinner and entertainment

Contact: To register, contact the Office of Continuing Education at (608) 758-6565 ext. 360 or register online for Madrigal Dinner

Date: Fri, May 9, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm


Delight in an evening of entertainment and dining that will take you back to the 15th century. Music, theatre, fencing and even a few potions will entertain guests while they enjoy a traditional madrigal dinner. The dinner will feature roasted pig, fish and fowl, as well as soup, salad, bread, green beans, roasted potatoes, cheese and fruit all capped off with a little wassail and some figgy pudding.