Malley Senior Recreation Center – Mar. 2020
Guest Speaker: “Insect Lore” by the Butterfly Pavilion – Wednesday, March 25, 1:30pm, $6
Did Grandmother Spider carry the sun on her back? Do butterflies bring good luck? Enjoy stories as the Butterfly Pavilion brings this fun and interactive program from cultures around the world featuring butterflies, beetles, dragonflies and spiders, and meet the live animals that tell the tale. Have a story of your own? We would love to hear it!
St. Patrick’s Day Lunch, Tuesday, March 17, 11:30am, Tickets $9/$11 at the door
Wear your green and enjoy an Irish lunch of corned beef and cabbage. Then sit back and enjoy the Wick School of Irish Dancers performance. Purchase your tickets at the Malley Front Desk, or online at englewoodrec.org. All tickets sales are final. Sponsored in part by Orchard Park and Aetna
Active Aging EXPO, “Moving Through the Decades” Thursday, April 16, 3-6pm, FREE
Get informed, get active and get moving at the 6th Annual Active Aging EXPO for seniors, boomer and adults! Meet with more than 70 agencies that provide nutrition, wellness, health, active aging programs, aging in place, where to get pampered, local community services, safety and much more. Professionals will be on hand to answer your questions and provide you with a multitude of information to go home with. Refreshments and door prizes included. For more information go to www.englewoodco.gov
Healthier & Active Together
This program provides important health information about the benefits of getting active for seniors and people of all ages and backgrounds. The session will be informative and fun! While we share helpful information about getting active, we’ll engage in some activities too. Including a game most folks are familiar with, yes that’s BINGO! Win really GREAT prizes! Refreshments will be provided. Instructor: Jesse Lopez, CIGNA’s Community Outreach Specialist, Thur., March 12, 1:30-3PM, FREE
No one wants to have memory loss, however it happens. From diagnosis to treatment and understanding what’s happening there are services and programs to help all involved. Learn about dementia from expert Mary Archer and see that there can be a shining light.
Instructor: Mary Archer, Director of Out & About Colorado, Wed. March 18, 10-11am, $7/$5
Liquidating the Extra Stuff
Liquidating personal household items and collectibles can be difficult. How do you know the value of china and crystal? When and how are estate sales conducted? If you are wondering what to let go of and when, or if you should plan to downsize and simplify, then get answers here with this panel of industry experts. Instructor: Kim Evans and Senior Coalition, Tue. March 24, 10:30AM-12PM, Free
Continuing Bridge Lessons
Take your Bridge playing to the next level. This class is for those who have been learning the game for a while and want a new challenge. Class include instruction on play and defense, bidding skills and some lecture and supervised playing. Instructor: James Buck, Wed., March 4-April 8, April 15-May 20, 10am-Noon, $57/$46
Chocolate & Canvas
Participants follow along step-by-step to complete their own beautiful painting. We provide the supplies and walk you through each part of the painting process. Material Fee: $20 per class, payable to instructor. Wed. March 18, 6-8pm, $13/$10
Beginning Piano Lessons
Whether you are just beginning your piano journey and/or have been playing for a while, this class is for you. Class time is tailored to meet your personal needs and learning styles; teaching piano by ear and/or reading music. Students can choose supplemental pieces throughout the course; however, Book and music selections will be determined on an individual basis. Fri., March 6-27, 10-11am, $61/$48
Walk & Stretch for Power
Intentional and powerful walking is a great way to burn calories while keeping one mobile. Join Exercise Physiologist and International Masters USATF Race Walker, Liz Shepard. This includes stretching and proper walking technique for fitness and if interested competition. Set your goal and challenge yourself in this unique experience. You should be able to walk one mile under 20 minutes. Wed. 9-10am, $22/$17 per month.