Malley Senior Recreation Center – Jan. 2021
Living with Dignity on Your Terms
Find out what resources are available to receive the support and services you need with any illness? What can the 2021 version of palliative and hospice care provide? What about PT and OT? This discussion will reveal the many options available to you and your family. Instructor: Kim Evans and Panel from RoadMap for Aging Experts
Tues. Jan. 19, 10:30AM-12PM, Free, Virtual 41460211, In Person 41460611
Aging Well and Finishing Strong
Join us for this dynamic, inspirational and interactive presentation cover being active in the aging process, enhancing quality of live, being safe in the home and plan for the end of life. Become proactive in making decisions about your future. Attend in-person or virtually through Zoom. Instructor: Barb Lotze, Director of Business Development at Visiting Nurses
Tue., Feb. 2, 10:30AM-12PM, Free,Virtual 11460711, In Person 41460811
Englewood Art Exhibit – Call for Artists!
Calling artists to participate in the Englewood Art Exhibit, March 10-26! This exhibit is not juried and is for amateur artists (Artist by hobby, not by profession), 18 years and older from the Denver Metro area. Viewing will be in-person and virtually. Media can be two-dimensional or three-dimensional which includes oils, pastels, water colors, mix media, acrylic, photography, embroidery and sculptures, woodcarving, pottery/ceramic, metals and others. There will be a People’s Choice winner. Pick up entry forms at the Englewood or Malley Recreation Centers or online at www.englewoodco.gov. Artist may enter one or two pieces. Fee per entry, $8. Call Cheryl Adamson, 303-762-2660 for information.
Bad Boys and Bawdy Girls, Wednesday, January 20, 1-2pm, Kevin Snow, Denver History Tours
Virtual or In-Person, Tickets $6
If looking for the tales of well-mannered gentleman and swooning ladies with rose-scented handkerchiefs, this isn’t it. Denver’s earliest tales were almost never written by gentlemen, and polite company doesn’t even discuss those kinds of ladies. Fortunately, Denver History Tours is not a polite company, at least not these days. Rope burn and lead poisoning helped Denver fill its coffers and its coffins. The shady ladies and killer cowboys are gone, so let’s dig into their stories in safety from the comfort of indoors. Bring your smelling salts!
Never B-4 BINGO – VIRTUAL
Have some fun and prizes are included. A Zoom account and a working email are needed. Bingo cards need to be picked up at Malley prior or request them to be mailed.
Monday, January 11, 1-2:15pm, Free, 11450011
Barr Sculpt Fitness
Use the ballet barre, light weights, isometric exercises, and your body’s balance to firm, lengthen, lift, and sculpt graceful arms, thighs, abs and glutes. It’s gentle on your joints but give powerful results. Thur., 9-9:45am, Jan. 7-28, $37/$30
For individuals who desire a traditional yoga practice but require modifications for mobility limitations, this class is a perfect fit. Gently ease your way through stretches and poses and feel light on your feet. You must be able to get down and up from the floor. Instructor: Barb Meadows, Tue/Fri., 8:45am-10am, $43/$35, SilverSneakers members are welcome.