Malley Senior Recreation Center – July 2022
Guest Speaker, Kevin Snow: “Denver’s Frontier Days”
Monday, August 1, 1:30-2:30pm
Remember how your grandparents had to walk three miles in the snow, uphill, both ways, to get to school? And that was after they had milked the cows, mended the clothes, fed the chickens, and split the wood. We will go back in time and show you some of Denver’s historic legacies to demonstrate the raw truth of these frontier days.
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 , 7/14, 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. You will find that you know all the information you need to complete you Will. Bring your ID and a snack. Material fee: $100 payable to Rebecca Bennetti at the workshop.
Instructor: Rebecca Bennetti, 7/13,Wed., 12:30-4:30PM, $15/$12
Sharing Digital Photos
Digital photography has greatly expanded our ability to take historic and personal significant moments and share them. Now that the camera has joined your phone, your ability to capture these precious moments are in your pocket so us and learn how to manage and share your pictures.
Instructor: Patrick Baker, Prime of Life Tech, 7/12, Tues., 1:30-2:30pm, 7/$5
Depending on Family as Caregivers?
At least 17.7 million individuals in the US are family caregivers of a family member age 65 and older. While the need for caregiving is rapidly increasing, the pool of potential family caregivers is shrinking. Families have fewer children, never married, divorce, or adult children live far away. Come learn what options there are.
Instructor: RoadMap for Aging Experts, 7/26, Tues., 10:30am-12pm, Free
Technology can be frustrating at times, but no more! We will go over the basics of technology, how to safely navigate the web, plus meaningful ways to stay connected. Learn to have unlimited information at your fingertips. Instructor: Katie Nowak, MarketPoint Representative, Humana, 7/27, Wed., 1:30-2:30pm, Free
Building Healthy and Delicious Meals
Let’s get back to the basics! Discover the importance of getting off the blood sugar roller coaster using high quality proteins, fats, and carbohydrates to build healthy and delicious meals.
Together we’ll make meal planning easy! Instructor: Kelly Andis, Nutritional Heath Coach, Natural Grocers, 7/28, Th, 10-11am, $7/$5
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, 7/14- 8/18, Th, 10am-Noon, $60/$55
Use different methods of hand building and /or sculpting to create three pieces of art. Glazes included. Open to all skill levels. Supply fee $15 per 25lbs of clay used, payable to the instructor.
7/20 -8/24, Wednesdays,10am-Noon, $72/$67
Tai Chi for Better Balance
Improve your balance while enhancing your agility and coordination. This class form and design have been acknowledge as on of the few evidence-based interventions for prevention of falls. Instructor: Patty Vogt, Tues. & Thur. 2:30-3:30pm