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
Thursday, February 12, 6-7:30 p.m.
If you get caught by the winter cold or flu bugs, try some of these natural home remedies to shorten the duration of your illness. Resident fee $11; non-resident $13. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Thursday February 12 6-7:30 pm
Tea – the Oldest Known Herbal Remedy
Learn the basic differences between black, pu-erh, oolong, green, and white teas, as well as their possible health benefits. Class is taught by a knowledgeable, local tea shop owner and samples are provided.
Resident fee $20; non-resident $24. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Tuesday February 17 6-7 pm
Introduction to Pinterest
Pinterest is a tool that allows users to share ideas for projects, interests, and businesses. This introduction discussion covers setting up a Pinterest account, pins, boards, following and other essential instructions to help you understand this popular social media site. Bring your laptop to class if you have one. Resident fee $27; non-resident $32. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Wednesday February 18 5:45-8 pm
Arm Knit Cowl
In less than one hour, create a beautiful knit cowl scarf using one skein of a special yarn and a unique arm knitting technique. No experience necessary. Additional $25 supply fee is payable to instructor at class. Resident fee $12; non-resident fee $15. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Wednesday February 18 9:30-10:30 am
Feel Better Without Drugs
There are non-drug treatments for many health problems such as arthritis, indigestion, and insomnia. Learn about lifestyle changes you can make rather than popping a pill. Resident fee $11; non-resident fee $13. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Monday February 23 1-2 pm
The MAC is jointly owned and operated by the City of Westminster and the Hyland Hills Parks and Recreation District.
The MAC Welcomes All Adults
The MAC welcomes adults age 21 and better to participate in classes, fitness/wellness activities, educational programs, seminars and special events. The MAC trip program provides transportation to theatre/music performances, sporting events, hiking locations, area restaurants, and a multitude of local attractions. Don’t miss out on the award-winning opportunities specifically geared for adults age 21 and better at The MAC!
3295 W. 72nd Ave.