Malley Senior Recreation Center – Aug. 2022

Malley Appreciation Ice Cream Social, Free, Wednesday, August 17, 2-3pm
Come celebrate YOUR center on a hot summer day!  Enjoy a delicious ice cream sundae with sprinkles, syrups and whip cream. Sign-up at the Malley Front Desk to attend.   

Sponsored in part by: Humana

Medicare 101     Making a decision can be hard! Attend this presentation and learn all you 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.

Instructor: Allen McGirl, McGirl Insurance, 8/11, Th, 1:30-3pm, Free       

The Will Maker- Legal Seminar     
In a single sitting, you’ll be able to complete a simple will. Plus, a living will, medical power of attorney and financial power of attorney all with the help of a licensed attorney. Fee includes material, witnessing, notarizing and individual review and time for questions. Will. Bring your ID and a snack. Material fee: $100 payable at the workshop. Instructor: Rebecca Bennetti, 8/18, Th, 12:30-4:30PM, $15/$12         

Dysboisis: Lifting the Lid Off Digestive Disorder
Do you experience occasional gas, bloating, and abdominal discomfort? We know the importance of beneficial bacteria in our gut, but when we have too many, or the wrong types of gut bugs, we can experience digestive discomfort and dysfunction. Discover the importance of having a healthy microbial balance, which can support gut comfort and overall health. Instructor: Kelly Andis, Nutritionist with Natural Grocers, 8/20,         Sa, 10-11am, $7/$5             

Aging Happily & the Power of Positive Positivity
While everyone wants to age happily, it isn’t always something that is easy to achieve.  The power of positivity and the health benefits associated it is strong. Come learn ways to adjust your thought patterns. Class will include specific choices and behaviors that can help one age well.

Instructor: Ben Torrez, CIMA, AIF, MBA, Humana, 8/24, Wed., 1:30-2:30pm, Free        

Living to 100…the Possibility is Real!
Statistics are showing more people will be living to 100 or longer.  Most of us are not prepared for that!  This conversation will include: staying put or moving as you get older, what are you option, living for today and planning for tomorrow and what do you need financially and legally. Health, fitness and relationships! Instructor: RoadMap for Aging Experts, 8/30, Tue., 10:30am-12pm, Free

Drawing and Painting
Whether you like to pain, smatter, draw or sketch, this class will bring out creativeness. Use different mediums such as watercolors, acrylics, or pencils. Pick your favorite and enrich your skills in this class. All levels of experience welcome. Bring any works in progress or start something new.

Instructor: Eileen Hoffman, Thursdays, 10am-Noon

Drop-In Woodcarving
For carvers with some experience. A carving glove and thumb guard are required. There is no instructor, however fellow carvers are always willing to help.   Wednesdays, 2-4pm, $17/$14           

The Symposium for Senior Safety
Wednesday, September 21, 10am-3pm, Free
This special day will cover all aspects of keeping seniors safe, healthy and aware of the dangers you may face. Such as personal safety while in the community, suicide and mental health, fraud, theft, break-ins and more. Four guest speakers will share their expertise on the various topics. Exhibitors, lunch and great door prices will be provided. Space is limited. Sponsored by: Rocky Mountain Railroad Heritage Society

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