Malley Senior Recreation Center – May 2022
“There’s Gold in Them Thar Hills”, Kevin Snow, Denver History Tours, Monday, May 2, 1:30-2:30pm, Tickets $6
We will head into the hills to see the boomtowns that filled the Front Range, and the mines that gave them their reason to be! Cities like Idaho Springs and Georgetown got rich on metals and the people who might have or not in some of the mountain boomtowns that have given Colorado so much of its history. Stories aplenty, some shameful, some shocking, will make our time a memorable one.
Join us to celebrate Older American’s Month
Monday, May 16, 2pm, Free! Enjoy music by Evelyn and Hal Rutenberg with the Arapahoe Philharmonic with a historical perspective and trivia facts. Refreshments included. Sign Up to attend by calling Malley at 303-762-2660.
Good4u Foods on a Budget
Discover how to support your optimal health-without breaking the bank. We’ll show you our tips and tools for staying on track, using our Menu Planner, Shopping & Pantry list Healthy Meal Wheel and more!
Instructor: Kelly Andis, Nutritional Health Coach, Natural Grocers, Th., May 5, 10-11am, $7/$5
What Your Heirs Should Know If You Have A Reverse Mortgage:
For many borrowers with a Reverse Mortgage, the reality is that they might not be the one closing out the loan. That responsibility may fall to an heir or executor. Learn how to prepare yourself and your loved ones for the what needs to be done.
Instructor: Don Opeka with Orion Mortgage, Inc., Tues. May 10, 10-11AM, Free
Medicaid and Long-Term Care
How are you going to pay for long-term care? Given the rising costs, what can you do to preserve and protect your estate and assets? Come learn about options and common ways to pay for care. We’ll discuss types of Insurance, key elements to consider in evaluating policies and about how and when Medicaid can be part of your planning. Instructor: Ryan Scott, Law Office of Ryan B. Scott, LLC, Mon. May 16, 10-11:30AM, $7/$5
Personal Safety Tech for Older Adults
What technology options help older adults stay safe and help with daily routines? Join us to discuss the technology that helps older adults remain safe and live independently for longer and enables adult children to know their parents are safe from anywhere.
Instructor: Patrick Baker, Prime of Life Tech, Thur. May 19, 1:30-2:30pm, $7/$5
Do I Have Enough Money to Last My Lifetime?
No one has a crystal ball, so making plans for a long life can be challenging. Questions of health, longevity, lifestyle, and legacy all require consideration in planning. This in-depth and candid conversation will help uncover the mysteries about deciding how much is enough…when it comes to budgeting for retirement. Instructor: RoadMap for Aging Experts, Tue. May 31, 10-11:30AM, $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, Thursdays, June 2-July 7, 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, Mondays, June 6-August 29, 8:30-10:30am, $62/$51