Eagle View Adult Center Events – Jan 2017

Tues & Wed Gift Cards
Each time you eat VOA lunch on Tues. or Wed. your name gets in the drawing for a $10 grocery gift card! Bring a friend and put your name in twice!

Square Dancing – Free Trial/Demo
We are starting a square dance program! The dances will be at a slower pace than typical clubs. To kick start the program we are having a free demo! Try out this fun way to get fit – and if you like it, sign up for our intro class (see page 14). Free, but please register.
9:00 – 10 :00 a.m.
Wed. Jan 4

Nia Exercise – Free Demo
Try out our new exercise class – the Nia Technique – for FREE! Combining dance, martial arts, and healing arts, Nia tones your body while refreshing your mind and soul. See page 14 for more details. Free, but please register.
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Wed. Jan 4

Movie: Inside Out (Intergenerational)
School break is still going on so grab the grandkids and come watch a great animated movie, complete with snacks! When a young girl named Riley is uprooted from the Midwest and moves to San Francisco, her emotions (Anger, Sadness, Disgust, Fear and Joy) start to disagree on how to deal with this dramatic change. The emotions (portrayed as amusing characters) live in the control center inside Riley’s mind where they help advise her. Great for all ages.
1:00 p.m.
Fri. Jan 6
Free
Deadline: Thurs. Jan 5

Medicare Counseling
If you need help with Medicare insurance issues, you can receive one-on-one assistance with a SHIP counselor. Call Ermie at 303-655-2079 to make an appointment. Adams County residents with general questions about Medicare can also call Centura Health Links at 720-321-8850.
12:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Tuesdays
Jan. 10 & 24

Why do I Feel so Blue?
Feeling down after the “best time of the year?”Whether it is over spending, dreary weather, difficult family dynamics, or a recent loss, a person can be left feeling blue or depressed after the holidays. We will discuss the difference between the blues and depression and how to manage and/or overcome them. AccentCare Home Health is providing this valuable program. Free, but please register.
12:30 p.m.
Wed. Jan 11
Deadline: Tues. Jan 10

Ku Klux Klan in Colorado
Following World War I, Americans lamented over so many soldiers dying on the European front. A form of “white” Americanism grew, producing a hatred for foreigners, Jews, blacks and anyone else not like “us.” We’ll explore the roots, development, and demise of the Ku Klux Klan in Colorado. An estimated 10% of Colorado’s population were either members or sympathetic to the KKK in the early 1920s. We shall also learn about the history of civil rights in Colorado and how we moved from harboring intolerance to embracing equality. Presenter Ed Weising is a professional speaker and Colorado historian.
9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Thurs. Jan 12
$5 Deadline: Tues. Jan 10

Blood Pressure Screening
The wonderful firefighters from the Brighton Fire Department will be here to perform free blood pressure checks. Stop by!
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Thurs. Jan 12
Mon. Jan 23

Bunco
Bunco is an easy and fun game of dice. Enjoy an afternoon of laughter, refreshments, and prizes. Bunco fills up fast so don’t wait to register!
1:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Thursdays
Jan 12 & 26
$4
Deadline: Tues. before

Friday Feast
Back by request, Leo Everett is our entertainment. If you love old-time cowboy music, Leo is the one! We’ll be serving cheeseburger soup, sandwich, and dessert from Inglenook.
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Fri. Jan 13
$4
Deadline: Wed. Jan 11

Massage
Certified massage therapist, Bonita Rose, provides half hour or 1 hour massages for the entire body or just target areas. Call 303-655-2075 for an appointment. Pay Bonita.
9:15 – 11:30 a.m.
Wed. Jan 18 – Feb 22
1/2 hour – $26, 1 hour – $41Deadline: Two days ahead

Five Reasons NOT to Gift Assets to our Children
An experienced estate planning attorney will discuss the potential consequences of giving your assets to your children during your lifetime, as well as alternatives that may help avoid taxes. Speaker from Dolan and Associates.
1:30 p.m.
Wed. Jan 18
Deadline: Tues. Jan 17

Healthy Tips
Betty Stephenson shares the most recent research about nutrition and healthy eating. Call Eleanor at 303-655-2271 by Tues. Jan 17 to reserve a spot for lunch.
10:45 a.m.
Thurs. Jan 19

Laughter Yoga
By Request
Are you ready to laugh, breathe, stretch and have fun? Heather Easterling will show you the benefits of laughter as we breathe, exercise our muscles, and simply crack each other up! The program is called Laughter Yoga due to the philosophy of mind and body connection and the use of yoga breathing. No funny yoga positions – just fun! Open to people of all physical abilities. Participants leave feeling the “workout” in their face and stomach from laughing! Sign up for one class or all three.
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Fridays
$6 per class
Jan 20, Feb 3, Feb 17
Deadline: Wed before

Low Vision Support Group
Everyone is welcome to come hear January’s presentation on the different transportation options for seniors. Stay for the Low Vision Support Group which gives seniors 55+ the opportunity to connect with peers to receive emotional support, learn about resources, and process frustration during the transition of living with visual decline. Questions, call Melanie Shotwell 303-790-1390 ext. 202.
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Mon. Jan 23

Low Vision Technology
If you have low vision, come learn how new technology like an I-phone or computer can help you in so many ways! Discover tips to make more use of these devices as your sight declines. Program is led by Petr Kucheryavyy and follows the Low Vison Support Group. Questions call Melanie Shotwell 303-790-1390 ext 202.
2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Mon. Jan 23

Cribbage Tournament
Our monthly cribbage tournament is very popular! Tournament includes prize winnings, refreshments, and lots of fun. Just drop in and pay fee to the cribbage volunteer.
12:30 p.m.
Wed. Jan 25
$4

Reader’s Theatre Performance
The Reader’s Theatre performances are always a lot of fun and only last about 20 minutes. Drop in for the free show and support our hard-working acting troupe! The play is done in time to eat at the VOA lunch afterwards.
11:00 a.m.
Thurs. Jan 26

Getting to Know You Breakfast
Are you amazed how many people come to Eagle View that you don’t know? We hear that all the time. Come to breakfast and you’ll get a chance to meet a whole bunch of people! Leave the menu to us!
9:00 a.m.
Fri. Jan 27
$4
Deadline: Wed. Jan 25

Eagle View Adult Center
1150 Prairie Center Parkway
Brighton, Co 80601
303-655-2075
www.brightonco.gov
Open Mon. – Fri. 8:00 am – 4:00 pm


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