Malley Senior Recreation Center – Oct. 2018

13th Annual Englewood Art Exhibit, On display from Oct.3-17. Come view this collection of over 60 pieces of two & three-dimensional artwork from local artists’ works by attending the reception or just drop by during the viewing hours. This exhibit is free to the public. Cast your vote for your favorite for the People’s Choice Award. Artist & Public Reception: Wednesday, October 3, 6-8PM,

Oktoberfest Lunch, Wednesday, October 10, 11:30AM, Tickets are $9 in advance, $11 the day of the event.

Celebrate this traditional 16-day German festival Malley style!  Enjoy a warm brat, Latke potatoes, a Brezel and delicious dessert.  Then sit back and enjoy some German entertainment by the Heartlanders.  You won’t want to miss out on the fun afternoon! Sponsored in part by: Preferred Senior Solutions Team & Aetna

Raptors, Reptiles Amphibians & Mammals, Wednesday, Oct. 17,  2pm, $6, Colorado is a special place that has its own pride and identity.  From forest of the Rocky Mountains to the open expanses of the Great Plains – it’s our beautiful home that we share with amazing wildlife.  In this program, learn what makes Colorado’s habitats such a great place for some of our feathered, scaly and slimy neighbors.  Al, meet animal ambassadors that are true Colorado Natives! 

Guest Speaker, Marshall Dugan, Thursday, Oct. 18 10:30am, $6, A tombstone tale about legendary lawman Mart Duggan. He presided in Leadville as marshal in the late 1880’s, during a time when the city boasted a population of nearly 17,000 people and entertained miners, gunfighters and high rollers at its famed saloons and bordellos. But like most lawmen, his life came to a tragic end. Join us to learn more.

Espanol for Beginner           

Que paso! In this introductory Spanish class you will learn phrases and vocabulary.  Practice pronunciation and have simple conversations with your classmates.  Printed learning materials are provided. Instructor: Rissa Dickey, Tues., Oct. 16-Nov. 20, 9-10am, $41/$33

 Medicare 101    

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. Presenter: Allen McGirl, McGirl Insurance, Thur. Oct. 11, 6-8pm, Free

Continuing Bridge Lessons  

Take your Bridge playing to the next level.  This class is designed for those who have been learning the game for a while and want a new challenge.  Class includes instruction on play and defense, bidding skills, some lecture and supervised playing. Instructor: Jim Buck, Wed., Oct. 17-Nov. 21,  10AM-Noon,  $57/$46


Learn to make your own greeting cards using an ancient Egyptian art form that involves heating colored was with a small iron and applying it to a heavy glossy paper. You’ll leave the class with 5 different cards and an 8 X 10” picture. Material fee: $25 payable to the instructor. Sat., Oct. 27, 9:30AM-12:30PM        , $15/$12           

The Probate Process 

What do you do when someone passes away? Do you need to open probate? If you are the personal representative or executor of the estate, what will be expected of you? What should you know if you are a beneficiary? We’ll answer these questions and talk about some of the tools available to you to avoid probate of your estate. Presnter: Ryan Scott; Ryan Scott, Glatstein & O’Brein LLP, Wed. Oct. 10, 10:30 AM-Noon, FREE

Truth about Living, Dying and Legacy

As far as we know, no one secretly wishes they could spend their last breaths in a cold, noisy, impersonal hospital room. Most people say that given the option, they prefer to die at home amongst family and close friends. Despite this wish, however, few take time to plan or organize this major life course event. Make the commitment to bring a loved one or friend and attend this 90-minute panel event featuring experts panelists who will share the most important things you need to  know about living, dying and leaving a legacy on your terms. This could quite possibly be one of the most important seminars of the year. Presenter: Kim Evans, Senior Real Estate Specialist, Tue., Oct. 16, 1-3pm, Free

Chocolate & Canvas

Age: 10 yrs. and Older

Participants follow along step-by-step to complete their own beautiful painting. We provide the supplies and walk you through each step of the process. Material Fee: $20 per class, payable to instructor. Projects for October is: The Ships by Monet.  Instructor: Lannie Pihajilic, Wed. Oct. 17, 6-8pm, $13/$10

Malley Senior Recreation Center
3380 S Lincoln St, Englewood, CO 80113

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