Englewood Events – July 2017

Englewood Summer Drama Production
Presents: HELLO DOLLY! At the Englewood Campus, Fisher Auditorium,3800 S. Logan St.
Shows:Friday, July 28, 7pm,Saturday, July 29, 7pm,Sunday, July 30, 2pm
Tickets: $12/advance, $14/at door
Community theater at its best! Enjoy watching performers ages 6 to 76 on stage singing, dancing and acting in this year’s Englewood Summer Drama production! This year’s musical isHELLO DOLLY!Tickets go on sale startingMonday, June 26. Call303-762-2662for more information. Buy your ticket early as seats may be limited.

Sounds of Summer Concert Series, FREE
Thursdays,6:30PM, Englewood Amphitheater, 1000 Englewood Pkwy.
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and sunglasses. Delicious Food Trucks will be on site for your dinner plans.
July 6The Legendary Hitchhikers,Tribute Band to Tom Petty
July 13The Champions,80’s Arena Rock
July 20The Jim Hyatt Band, Classic Rock, Country & Blues
July 27John Philip Sousa Band of Colorado, Big Band, Swing, Jazz–

Beekeeping Workshop
Beekeeping is not rocket science, but there are things to learn. Set yourself up for success by joining this workshop. Learn the benefits bees provide in the environment, basic bee anatomy, how the hive is structured, plus how to handle the bees from placing them into the hive in spring to harvesting in winter. Marva will demonstrate hive boxes, frames, types of bee suites, tools and share samples of honey. Instructor: Marva Jolly, PE, MNT,Sat. July 15, $13/$10

Medicare 101
Making decision can be hard! Attend this presentation and learn about all your plan options and review the A, B, C and D’s of Medicare. Allen will share important dates to remember and how to save money on prescriptions. Presenter, Allen McGirl, McGirl Insurance, Inc.,Thur., July 10,1-2:30PM,FREE

Health Brain
We all understand the importance of physical health but what about cognitive fitness? Join us for a fun and interactive seminar exploring ways we can promote a healthy brain. We will explore exercises and practices that build new neuro pathways and strengthen the ones we already have. Instructor: Erin McCarty, Brookdale,Tue., July 18,1-2:30pm, FREE

Wills, Trusts & Power of Attorney
g for disability and death can give you peace of mind, reduce burdens for your loved ones, and help you leave a legacy instead of a mess. Learn about some of the tools available to you, including powers of attorney, advance medical directives, wills, and trusts and we will touch on the probate process and long-term care considerations. Presenter: Ryan Scott, Law Office of Ryan B. Scott, LLC, Wed., July 26, 10AM-Noon, FREE

Chocolate & Canvas
We believe everyone has an artistic ability. Join us for a fun and informative class where you follow along step by step and end up going home with your own beautiful and colorful painting. This is a class you’ll enjoy while throwing away your inhibitions. We provide the supplies and a teacher to walk you through each part of the painting. Materials Fee: $20 per class, payable to instructor. Chocolate and drinks will be served. Project: July – Georgia O’Keffe’s Flowers, Instructor: Lannie Pihajilic,Wed., July 19,6-8pm, $13/$10, plus $20 materials fee, payable to instructor.

Beginning Jazz Dance
Jazz dance is a combination of classical ballet moves mixed with steps from American popular culture. In class, we will learn the basics along with easy combinations that are fun! No prior dance experience required. Wear loose comfortable clothing, athletic or soft-soled dance shoes.
Instructor: Fran Hogan,July 25-Aug. 29, Tue.,10:15-11:15AM, $33/ $30, $5/daily drop-in, SilverSneakers eligible

MovieTime,1pm,July 14
Join us twice each month (the second and fourthFriday) to watch a free movie on the big screen. Popcorn available for .25 cents. Watch for flyers each month with the movie title or call303-762-2660the week of the movie. July’s movie will be “Going in Style”.

Social Ballroom
Learn to perform ballroom dance steps with style! Incorporating how to move around the dance floor, proper placement of hands and arms, how to tie steps together, and specific footwork. You will practice with Latin and American style dances. A new dance is taught each month, July is Mambo.
Instructor: Lila Horton, Mondays,3-4:30PM, $5/daily drop-in, SilverSneakers eligible

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