Malley Senior Recreation Center – June 2022
Monday, June 20, 2-3pm
You will travel back in time and hear real stories of real women who made a significant impact on the West. Be entertained with lively, historical portrayals of Portia Mansfield, Anne Evans, Lillie Hitchcock Coit and experience history come alive. Refreshments included.
From Work to What’s Next: Rethinking Retirement in All the Right Ways!
Planning your retirement, new to retirement, or have been retired – this workshop is for you! Learn step by step how to make this transition smoothly and successfully, along with the four non-financial KEY areas that truly count and matter for good later life living. Feel empowered to take charge of the years ahead, with the right knowledge and resources to guide you forward. Instructor: Sue Ronnenkamp, MHA, AgeTHRIVE Teacher, Coach & Author, 6/25, Sa, 9:30-11:30am, $12/$10
Cravings, Weight Gain & Blood Sugar
Learn how nutrient-dense meals support healthy metabolism and which nutrient supplements support healthy blood sugar levels and appetite control.
Instructor: Kelly Andis, Nutritional Heath Coach, Natural Grocers, 6/16, Th, 2-3pm, $7/$5
Get out and about with this guidebook for places to visit in the Denver area. Galleries, museums, historical homes, scenic drives, state parks, working farms and 200 other ideas! Listen to author Mary Archer, as she shares these fun and interactive activities. Books will be available for purchase.
Instructor: Mary Archer, Ageless Outings, 6/27, Mon., 1:30-2:30pm, $7/$5
Can I Have Assisted Living While Staying at Home?
When and why should you inquire about home care assistance? What wonderful things can assistants do? How do you choose between home care and an assisted living community? Learn what the differences are, what types of care are offered, plus benefits and pricing. Plus, what questions to ask and discuss with your doctor and family. Instructor: RoadMap for Aging Experts, 6/28, Tue., 10:30am-12pm, Free
Stretching Your Grocery Store Dollars
This fun class will provide insights on practical ways to save money on your groceries and eat well without breaking the bank. Come prepared to learn, interact, and apply the new “savvy shopper” techniques. Plus, get a few additional money saving tips.
Instructor: Ben Torrez CIMA, AIF, MBA, Humana, 6/29, Wed., 1:30-2:30pm, Free
Fly Tying Class
Assembly required! Come have fun learning to tie your own fishing flies. Class is designed both beginners and experienced tiers. A required tool and supply list will be given for each fly. Estimated $100 for the entire session.
Instructor: Dave Densmore, 6/29-8/10, Wed., 10-11am, $45/$36
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, 6/2-7/7, Thur., 10am-Noon, $60/$55
Bienvenidos! Continue to sharpen your Spanish speaking skills. This interactive class builds further on what you have learned. You will focus on more complex forms of conversation, using proper grammar, pronunciation, and a variety of new vocabulary. A background in Spanish is recommended. Instructor: Jeanne Kunkel, 6/6-8/29, Mon., 8:30-10:30am, $62/$51