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Financial Focus: Are trust services right for you?

By Jeremy Laufer ~ If you’re extremely busy with your career and family and you’ve accumulated a fair amount of assets, you might be concerned about a variety of issues related to financial management and legacy planning. Specifically, you might think you don’t have the time or expertise to deal with these matters effectively. If […]

Adams County Fair Returns August 2021

The Adams County Fair returns to Riverdale Regional Park, 9755 Henderson Rd., Brighton, Aug. 4-8. Live entertainment and favorite community events are returning, too. Michael Ray, with special guest Coffey Anderson, will be kicking off the fair with a free concert on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 8 p.m., at the United Power Grandstand.

Dinner on Montrose Main Street Set for September 25

MONTROSE, CO – Sharing Ministries, Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans and Just Serve.org announces the first annual Dinner on Main Street – a community outdoor barbecue dinner, live playhouse auction and the celebration of gathering as a community—inspired by BVStrong.org!

Boulder Artist Julia Bright’s Vivid COVID-Inspired Seascapes Exhibit Opens in Loveland

Boulder, Colo. (June 21, 2021) —Months of COVID-forced isolation inspired artists in different ways. For Boulder-based oil painter Julia Bright, who devoted more than two decades to still lifes, the long retreat from the world beyond Colorado compelled her to begin exploring something new.

Three Health Strategies to Help You Swing into Summer

By Dr. Michael Bess, vice president of health care strategies, UnitedHealthcare ~ With summer’s arrival and the days getting warmer and longer, some people in Colorado may be rededicating themselves to getting outside and focusing on their fitness.* This may be especially important after so much time spent inside due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which […]

5 Tips for Supporting Brain Health During Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

By Dr. Stacie Pinderhughes ~ June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, an annual observance to raise awareness of the devastating impact of Alzheimer’s and to educate people about brain health, including risk factors for developing Alzheimer’s or dementia.

Tips to Fight Mold and Humidity

Now that the start of the summer is here, the warmer temperatures and heavy humidity have local families blasting air conditioning in their homes for relief. The problem– when we pump cold air through our home’s ducts- combined with warm, humid air on the outside- we create condensation and moisture that can lead to mold.

Expressions of Gratitude

The Greater Denver Placement and Referral Alliance held the Expressions of Gratitude event at The Ridge Pinehurst Senior Living to honor all frontline workers who care for our elders in Senior Living communities.

Wheat Ridge Active Adult Center – July 2021

AAC is Open! The Wheat Ridge Active Adult Center is back open with regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4pm.  We have also re-started our popular trip program with transportation to explore venues around the metro area and beyond.  We have trips headed to a Concert in Frisco, an historic site in Colorado Springs and more. The […]

Boulder Older Adult Services – July 2021

Online Programs. Visit  bouldercolorado.gov/older-adults to view our monthly program guide and subscribe to our free weekly email newsletter. Call 303-441-3148 for information or to register for programs by phone. Smartphone Photography. Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 13 – August 12, 12:45 – 2:00 p.m. Explore the basics of using a smartphone digital camera. Learn how to […]

Highlands Ranch Active Adult Programs and Services – July 2021

Pre-registration is required for all programs offered by Highlands Ranch Active Adult Programs and Services. Registration deadline is 72 hours in advance of the program. Visit www.highlandsranch.org/seniors or call 720-240-4922 for more information about any of these programs. July 6 – Morning Trail Walk, 8:30 – 10 a.m., Highline Canal Trailhead, County Line Road at Southpark. Trail walks […]

Brookdale Senior Living – July 2021

Please participate in our upcoming virtual Continuing Education Classes: June Topic: Engaging LGBT-Identified Family Members, Caregivers and Community Partners. When: June 23rd, 11:00 a.m. Registration Link: https://brookdale.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItceuorTsrGNZl0EbMnmHG6LzNave4LfCy July Topic: Reducing Inflammation in the Body and the Role of Nutrition When: July 22nd at 4:00 pm and July 28th at 11:30 am To register for either of these […]

Broomfield Senior Services – July 2021

Watercolor Cards Using simple patterns and watercolor techniques, create fun and elegant cards that feature your own watercolor artwork. July 7th – 1:30 – 3 p.m  FREE To Register: Contact Michael Navarro at 303.464.5543 or mnavarro@broomfield.org  Medicare 101 For those who are approaching age 65 and not yet registered for Medicare, this class will teach […]

Bemis Public Library – July 2021

Adult Summer Reading Program – May 24-July 31 Tales & Tails: Curl up with a good book and a furry (or feathery, scaly, or slimy…) companion, and enter to win great prizes. Adults, age 18 and up: Read books or attend library events, either virtually or in-person, for chances to win prizes. You can find […]

Active Minds – 2021

NEW: Active Minds programs are currently being offered both virtually and in-person. Please check our website for any changes  https://activeminds.com/events_denver.html and be sure to RSVP for in-person programs as restrictions may apply. Thursday, July 1, 2021, 2:30-3:30 pm (webinar) Peru In 2021, Peru marks the 200th anniversary of its declaration of independence after three hundred years of Spanish colonial […]


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