Malley Senior Recreation Center – Mar. 2022
Sloan Lake Soliloquys, Wed., March 16, 1:30pm, Kevin Snow, Denver History Tours, $6
Some tales from history sound just too unlikely to be real. Is the story of the creation of Sloan Lake one of those? Let’s explore the area around Sloan Lake together to see if we may dredge up the truth from its watery depths. With changes on all sides, there’s history lost and history being made. Though we won’t be riding any dragon boats, our day around Sloan Lake will be a roaring-good time.
St. Patrick’s Day Lunch, Thur., March 17, 11:30am, Tickets: $8/$10 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: Bright HealthCare
Active Aging EXPO, Thursday, April 28, 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 englewoodco.gov
Reverse Mortgage Myths – Real Stories Behind the Loans
Your friend has said her Reverse Mortgage is the best thing she ever did but your cousin says he would never consider one. What are these loans all about? Could this be a financial tool you could use? Get expert answers to your questions and get a solid understanding of how these loans can be structured to fit unique situations. Instructor: Don Opeka with Orion Mortgage, Inc., Tues. March 8 or April 12, 10-11AM, Free
I Can’t Find My Car Keys, Do I Have Dementia?
What’s normal memory loss and what is concerning? This discussion will dispel some of the myths and help you understand the real facts about the relation of Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Plus, how it can be reversed in many situations.
Instructor: Mindy Sterling and Roger Rhodes, Homewatch CareGivers, Wed. March 9, 1-2PM, Free
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, Thur. March 10, 1:30-3:30pm, Free
Wills, Trusts & Power of Attorney
Planning for disability and death can give you peace of mind, reduce burdens for your loved ones, and help you leave a legacy instead of a mess. Learn about some of the tools available to you, including powers of attorney, advance medical directives, wills, and trusts. We’ll also touch on the probate process and long-term care considerations. Instructor: Ryan Scott, Law Office of Ryan B. Scott, LLC, Mon. March 14, 10-11:30am, $7/$5
Personal Safety and Self Defense Class
Stay safe and get empowered as this class will focus on self-preservation and the protection of friends and family, with practical safety practices for all ages. Class will be interactive and provide simple means of self-defense “empty handed” techniques. Plus, ways to self-protect with everyday objects. Wear comfortable clothing. Instructors: Outi Gomez & Sherrel Price, 5th Degree Black Belt, Tae Kwon Do Chung Do Kwan Schools, Tue. March 15, 1-3pm, $15/$12
Passwords and Protecting Your Identity
People use various apps and online services, most of which require a user account. Have you developed bad habits when it comes to your passwords? You could be an easy target for identity theft. Join us to discuss tools and strategies for managing your passwords and ways to stay protected. Instructor: Patrick Baker, Prime of Life Tech, Thur. March 24, 1:30-2:30pm, $7/$5
It’s in the Air: Problems with Pollen?
Is the sneezing and coughing getting to you? Well, wave goodbye to your problem with pollen by learning what nutrients and foods help support a balanced immune response to airborne irritants.
Instructor: Kelly Andis, Nutritional Health Coach, Natural Grocers, Thur. April 14, 10-11am, $7/$5