The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Jan. 2014
Angelyne, The Amazing Deaf Cattle Dog
Eric Melvin and his canine companion, Angelyne offer an extraordinary presentation and inspiring trick demonstration using their very own unique non-verbal commands. Eric and Angelyne’s story have been published in 3 international books and they have friends and fans all over the world. Light refreshments will be served. Entertainment provided by North Metro Arts Alliance, with assistance from the Adams County Cultural Council and Scientific and Cultural District. Fees are $6/resident; $8/non-resident.
#412900A Thursday January 16 2-3:15pm
Everyone loves nuts…..and what’s not to love about their rich flavor and texture. While they are high in fat and calories, the health benefits of nuts are well worth it! Discover how including nuts in your diet may help prevent heart disease, cancer and possibly even help you lose weight. Fees are $9/resident; $11/non-resident.
#412960A Monday January 6 1-2pm
Taking Charge of Depression
Do you feel stuck? Do you get depressed and “blue” after the holidays? Does even light depression stop you in your tracks? Does procrastination stop you from putting great ideas into action. Find out how to get your life and your laugh back in the new year! Class is taught by Kim Wolinski, MSW, an internationally known author, speaker, and stress expert. Fees are $12/resident; $15/non-resident.
#412961A Thursday January 17 6-7:45pm
Do you toss and turn, unable to fall asleep at night? Or do you wake up in the middle of the night unable to fall back to sleep? Strategies for developing routines to help you fall asleep more quickly, as well as nutrients and supplements that may help you to sleep more soundly throughout the night are covered in this seminar. Fees are $9/resident; $11/non-resident.
#412962A Friday January 17 10:45-11:45am
Good for What Ails You
Stay healthy this winter by incorporating immune-boosting soups into your diet. Learn the value of homemade bone broth, shiitake mushrooms, miso, and various vegetables from land and sea. There will be samples and recipe handouts. Fees are $11/resident; $13/non-resident.
#412963A Thursday January 23 6-7:30pm
When Disaster Strikes
Colorado has had its fair share of natural disasters in the recent past! This seminar is packed with valuable information to help deal with what mother nature sends your way! You’ll walk away with a list that will prepare you with 72 hours of supplies in the event of an emergency, be it wildfire, flood, winter storm or tornado. Fees are $1/resident; $2/non-resident.
#412964A Friday January 24 9-10:30am
The Willmaker Legal Seminar
In a single easy session, you’ll complete a will, financial power of attorney, and combined medical directive (including living will, medical power of attorney, and organ donation) with the help of attorney Rebecca L. Benetti and her staff. Includes all materials, witnessing, notarizing, individual review, and time for discussion and questions. Pre-registration is required. Fees are $125/resident; $135/non-resident.
#412965A Tuesday January 28 4-7pm
Don’t Feel SAD this Winter
If you find the shorter, colder, darker, days of winter make you feel depressed, irritable or socially with-drawn, you may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder. Learn how diet, exercise and other therapies can help you experience a happier winter season. Fees are $11/resident; $13/non-resident.
#412966A Monday January 27 1-2pm
The MAC is jointly owned and operated by the City of Westminster and the Hyland Hills Parks and Recreation District.
The MAC Welcomes All Adults
The MAC welcomes adults age 21 and better to participate in classes, fitness/wellness activities, educational programs, seminars and special events. The MAC trip program provides transportation to theatre/music performances, sporting events, hiking locations, area restaurants, and a multitude of local attractions. Don’t miss out on the award-winning opportunities specifically geared for adults age 21 and better at The MAC!
3295 W. 72nd Ave.