I know that there have been a few similar threads, but none of them seem to be quite tailored to my interests, so I'm throwing this out there in the hopes of finding some advice.
Basically I'm a master's student looking for summer cooking classes in the downtown area. Ideally around College and Beverly but anything TTCable would be fine. While I'm not exactly hopeless in the kitchen I am entirely self-taught and have probably picked up some bad habits. So I'd be looking for a basic class, but not something so basic that they teach you how to boil an egg or fry a pork chop.
I have a limited budget due to being a student, so I'd be looking for something more on the cheap end of the scale. Also since I'm new in Toronto it would be nice if the class had a more social atmosphere and was conducive to meeting people. I realise that these two goals somewhat contradict eachother as one-off classes are cheaper but less social than longer courses; but I'd like to find a nice balance if possible.