Malley Senior Recreation Center – Sept. 2021
Symposium for Senior Safety Event
Wednesday, September 22, 10am-3pm, Free
This special day will cover all aspects of keeping seniors safe, healthy and aware of the dangers in your everyday life. Personal safety while in the community, suicide and fall prevention, fires, home safety, disaster preparedness and more will be shared. Special guest will be from HealthONE Swedish Medical Center, Denver Fire Department, Englewood Police Department, Denver Health and Hospitals, and Martial Arts. Exhibitors, lunch and great door prizes will be provided. Space is limited so register today at englewoodrec.org!
Sponsored by: Rocky Mountain Railroad Heritage Society
“History of Colfax Avenue” with Guest Speaker, Kevin Snow, Denver History Tours
Wednesday, September 15, 1:30pm, Tickets $6
Tour Denver’s infamous Colfax Avenue along its entire 26-mile. You will learn about the evolution of this avenue and about each city along the route. Plus, the city’s efforts to improve Colfax’s image along major stretches and the major redevelopment that occurred at the old Fitzsimons Hospital. Colfax is a microcosm of Denver society.
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. Sept. 9, 6-8pm, Free
Natural Hacks to Support a Healthy Mood
Gain a new understanding of the many complexities that play a role in supporting a healthy mood or hindering it. Nutritional, supplemental, environment, lifestyle and other key factors will be discussed.
Presenter: Kelly Andis, Nutritional Health Coach, Natural Grocers, Thur. Sept. 9, 1:30-2:30pm, $7/$5
Never B-4 BINGO
Have some fun and prizes are included. Play in-person or via Zoom (a working email is needed). Bingo cards need to be picked up at Malley prior or request them to be mailed. Play in-person or by Zoom. Monday, Sept. 13, Free
The Will Maker- Legal Seminar
In a single sitting, you’ll be able to complete a simple will. You will also complete a living will, medical power of attorney and financial power of attorney all with the help of a licensed attorney. Fee includes all material, witnessing, notarizing and individual review ad time for questions. You will find that you know all the information you need to complete you will. Bring your ID and a snack. Material fee: $100 payable to Rebecca Bennetti at the workshop. Mask must be worn during the workshop. Presenter: Rebecca Bennetti, Elder Lawyer, Wed. Sept. 29, 12-4:30PM, $15/$12
Exercising with Chronic Knee Pain and Osteoarthritis
As we age, knee pain can often be a limiting factor in doing the activities. However, painful joints due to osteoarthritis can improve with exercise! If you have knee pain keeping you from your favorite activities, join us to see how exercise and rehabilitation can improve your life and get you back to doing what you love! Presenter: Tyler Luke, PT, DPT, Rocky Mountain Spine & Sports Physical Therapy, Mon. Sept. 20, 10:30-11:30am, Free
Employment After Retirement
Retired, but want or need to still work? During this discussion find out what the options are for employment after retirement? How much can I work if I am receiving Social Security? Where can I find resources for jobs? Your questions will be answered and you will be on your way to making extra income. Presenter: Kim Evans, Sage Choice Realty and the Panel from RoadMap for Aging Experts, Tue. Sept. 28, 10:30AM-12PM, Free
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 too for you? Get answers to your questions and get a solid understanding of how these loans can be structured to fit unique situations. Presenter: Don Opeka with Orion Mortgage, Inc., Thur. Oct. 10, 10-11AM, Free
Mountain Hiking Adventures
Enjoy Colorado as she blooms into spring with one of our many levels of hiking adventures. For any hike, come prepared with a daypack, hiking boots, sack lunch, plenty of water, rain gear, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, whistle, walking stick, warm clothing and money for an ice cream stop. Please pick hike appropriate to your ability and fitness level. For dates and locations: www.englewoodrec.org. Locations are subject to change due to weather or trail conditions. Fee: $22/$18