If you don't get any bites for lessons, you can always just learn your self.
I bought my first Hobie 16 about 3 months ago. I have had some prior sailing experience with a 14ft mono hull that we have been sailing for about a year. I bought the Hobie because I wanted something faster and that i could take to the beach with me. we haven't had a weekend that we have gotten off of it all winter.
I don't know what your sailing experience is, but i learned from lots of online videos and just getting out on the water. As for rigging instruction look at this videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxctIJVOAd0
and to get you started sailing look herehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFliNR3wW_w
If its your first time going out sailing, find a day with about 10 mph of wind. I sail on Lay lake Alabama. I found it very hard to sail in light wind because once you start to get close to the bank the wind shifts direction. With a good constant wind, it will be much easier to get a hang of it.
The hardest thing about the hobie 16 is tacking up wind. just making the actual turn. She likes to get stuck straight into the wind. we have started using the jib to back wind the jib and it helps the front of the boat swing around.
we finally got some big wind (17-20mph) on the lake recently and got some videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sObWAfhCtmI