Help! I Need Advice on Picking the Right Cooking Class

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On one hand, I could take a few weeknight classes, but I fear they are more for getting new recipes and having fun rather than teaching technique. On the other end of the spectrum, I could look into taking actual culinary courses from a university, but since I don’t currently intend on doing anything professionally, that might be overkill in terms of money and time invested. Any advice from those who have been in similar situations would be great.

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Editor: Zach, that is a great question. Readers, do you have any advice regarding the best cooking class for someone who is serious about expanding his cooking knowledge, but not looking to commit to a professional culinary course? Bonus points if you can recommend a particular program in Cleveland!