Westminster

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – April 2016

Life Reimagined by AARP Life is full of check-ups for our health, finances, car, and pets. How about a check-up for your life? During this seminar you will reflect on what’s happening in your life right now and consider what’s next. This seminar is for anyone who wants to pursue a passion, take a new […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Feb. 2016

Melt & Brain Gym Methods Melt away aches and pains and reduce stuck energy by rehydrating connective tissue in your body using small soft balls on your hands and feet. Also learn simple, enjoyable physical activities known as Brain Gym to improve coordination, increase brain functions, and reduce stress. All fitness levels will benefit. Fee: […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Jan. 2016

Tai Chi Chih This 10 week progressive class covers beginner Tai Chi Chih. Gentle, slow motion movements improve balance, strength, flexibility, and mental focus. Fee: $49 resident; $59 non-resident. Fridays January 8 – March 11 9-10:30 am Backyard Bees & Chickens Westminster Animal Management presents the new guidelines that allow Westminster residents to keep backyard […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Dec. 2015

Get in Shape for Skiing Ski season is just around the corner. Learn exercises to stretch and strengthen your body to make this the best ski season yet. Wear clothes comfortable for doing exercise. Fee: $11 resident; $13 non-resident. Wednesday, December 9, 6-7 p.m. Nutrition Help for Headaches What you eat and drink can make […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Nov. 2015

Best Foods for Brain Health The fountain of youth for your brain could very well be found in your refrigerator. Learn what foods and nutrients your brain needs to stay sharp. Resident fee $11; non-resident $13. Monday, November 2 1 – 2 p.m. Introduction to Windows 8 and Above Are you frustrated by the Windows […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Oct. 2015

All About Tea Broaden your knowledge of tea from a local tea shop owner. Learn the basic differences between black, pu-erh, oolong, green and white teas. Try a few samples and maybe find a new favorite tea just in time for fall. Resident fee $14; non-resident $16. Monday, October 19, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Introduction […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Sept. 2015

Introduction to Facebook Does everyone around you use Facebook? See how this social networking tool can help you stay connected with friends and family. This seminar covers how to navigate, post, comment, upload photos, and set security settings. Bring your fully charged laptop to class if you have one. Resident fee $27; non-resident $32. Wednesday, […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Aug. 2015

Probiotic Veggie Medley Take advantage of the summer’s harvest and preserve it the old fashioned way with lacto-fermentation. This method uses cultures rich in lactobacillus to make probiotic rich foods which benefit your digestion and immunity. Participants will make a jar of cauliflower and green beans. Bring a clean glass quart jar, cutting board, knife, […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – July 2015

History of Denver Streets Wednesday, July 22, 1:30-3 pm Join Phil Goodstein author of “Denver Streets: Names, Numbers, Locations, Logic” as he explains the fascinating way Denver streets were named and numbered. Register with payment ($5) by 7/20. Free Summer Concert Series Join us for an evening of entertainment for the whole family at McIlvoy […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – June 2015

Beginner iPad Learn to make the most of your iPad at this two day class. Discover how to use apps to learn everything from how to use your iPad to reading a book on it. If you’re contemplating purchasing one, come learn more about the hottest tablet out there. Bring your fully charged iPad to […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – May 2015

D-Fense for Your Health Scientists keep discovering new benefits of vitamin D, also known as the “sunshine vitamin. Learn about these new discoveries and get recent recommendations for amounts to consume for optimal health. Resident fee: $11; non-resident $13. Pre-registration required by call 303-426-4310. Monday May 4 1-2 pm What I Need to Know About […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – April 2015

Let’s Talk Baseball Join a former Rockies employee and baseball enthusiast for an informal group discussion on all things baseball. Drop-in participation is welcome. Fee: $1 per person. Friday  April 10 10-11 am Learn to Love Legumes Legumes (a.k.a. beans and lentils) are a great addition to your diet because of their high fiber and […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Mar. 2015

Amazing Guitar Class Monday, March 9-April 13, 7-8 p.m. – Beginner Class or Monday, March 9-April 12, 8-9 p.m. – Continuing Class, City Park Recreation Center Beginners learn easy chords, finger picking, theory, counting rhythms, scales and more. Continuing class participants learn advanced techniques such as changing scales and building custom chords. A $5 material […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Feb. 2015

The Good and Bad of GMO’s With advances in science, researchers are able to create “superfoods” by combining the genes of many species. Learn about the processes of genetically modifying foods and the pros and cons to this trend. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310. Wednesday February 11 6-7 pm Home Remedies for Colds and Flu […]

The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Oct. 2014

The Not-So-Sweet Facts about Sugar It appears the American’s sweet tooth just keeps getting sweeter. Many health organizations are concerned with the amount of sugar that the average person consumes. But is sugar really that bad for us? Learn about the health effects of a diet high in processed sugars, types of sugars and sugar […]