Malley Recreation Center Events – April 2024

Active Aging Expo

Check out the latest in resources for older adults! This free event offers information from 70+ agencies on topics including nutrition, wellness, active aging, local community services, aging in place, caregiving, safety and much more. Join demos to learn more about Malley exercise and arts programs. Light refreshments, door prizes and fun! 

4/18 Th 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Free; Registration required

Social Security Basics 

Join a representative with the Social Security Administration and review the basics of Social Security including retirement, disability, survivor & dependent benefits. Please note: this class may be broadcast live-virtually at the Malley Recreation Center or provided in-person depending on number of attendees. Many opportunities for Q & A, and very informative. Free; registration is required.   Location: MRC

4/5 F 10 a.m.-NOON 21460311 Free, Registration Required  

Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) -Area Agency on Aging- Choice Services Program

DRCOG Services include Case Management, SHIP, Transportation services, In-Home services, and an Information and Assistance line to answer your questions and connect to resources. This one-hour program will be an informative overview of local resources available to older adults. Questions? Contact DRCOG: 303-480-6700. Presenter: Malorie Miller, Program Manager, Area Agency on Aging

4/9 T 11:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. 21461011 Free, Registration Required

NEW! The Aging Eye 101

Vision changes occur as one gets older, but these changes do not need to affect lifestyle. Knowing what to expect and when to seek professional care can help to safeguard vision. Dr. Schuman of Mile High Senior Eye Care provides information regarding comprehensive eye exams to older adult communities as well as home bound people around Colorado. Presented By: Dr. Jessica Schuman, Mile High Senior Eyecare

4/30 Tu 1:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. 21462011 $7/$5

NEW! African Drumming 

African drums are played to communicate, celebrate, mourn, and inspire. Join Bob Hall with Think 360 Arts as he teaches the rhythm & beat of African drumming. Rooted in teaching the heart and soul of African drumming for over 45 years, Bob brings his studies and creative experience together in this weekly class. 

4/8-4/29 M 21751611  11 a.m.-12 p.m. $51/$42


Take me out to the ballgame! Join us for some good old-fashioned baseball this spring! Games are in the afternoon (1:15 start) and seats are prime located on the main level.  Refreshments are on your own. Note: Cancellations for all games must be made by 3/30. No refunds after that date.

4/10 W VS AZ Diamondbacks 12:15-6 p.m. 22060211 $48/$38

Highlands Stroll- Denver

Boutiques, wine shops, bookstores, popular restaurants, and bars radiate out from  Highlands Square on west 32nd Avenue & Lowell Blvd. “LoHi” is characterized by a mix of old and ultra- modern architecture, and some of the city’s most innovative restaurants. Take the afternoon to explore the shops and grab lunch with a friend. Lunch and shopping on your own.

4/1 M 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 22061811 $26/$21

Lone Tree Arts Center-The Mouse Trap & Lunch

Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap is the ideal addition to the LTAC theatrical season. After a local woman is murdered, the guests and staff at Monkswell Manor find themselves stranded during a snowstorm. It soon becomes clear that the killer is among them, and the seven strangers grow increasingly suspicious of one another. This record-breaking murder mystery features a brilliant surprise finish from Dame Agatha Christie, the foremost mystery writer of her time. Before the show, we will head to Newk’s Eatery for lunch on your own; Menu Range: $12-$20. No refunds after 3/10.

4/17 W 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 22062111 $72/$64

 Parker Arts Lecture Series: Colorado’s Last Grizzly- Parker

Did you know that the Denver Museum of Nature & Science has over 4 million objects stored in an underground state-of-the-art collections’ facility? These collections are vital to understanding CO history. John Demboski talks about the importance of these collections and presents some truly interesting nuggets from the Museum’s Zoology collections including the wild story of Co Last Wild Grizzly, and more! Dinner beforehand on your own at the TX Roadhouse. Menu range $15-$35. No refunds after 3/10.

4/3 W 3:45-8 p.m. 22062011 $24/$20

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