The MAC For Active Adult Lifestyles – Mar. 2015
Amazing Guitar Class
Monday, March 9-April 13, 7-8 p.m. – Beginner Class or
Monday, March 9-April 12, 8-9 p.m. – Continuing Class, City Park Recreation Center
Beginners learn easy chords, finger picking, theory, counting rhythms, scales and more. Continuing class participants learn advanced techniques such as changing scales and building custom chords. A $5 material fee is payable to instructor at first class. Guitars are available for rent. Resident fee $55; non-resident $65. Pre-registration is required, call 303-460-9690.
Introduction to Hand Reflexology
Monday, March 10, 10-11 am, The MAC
Learn about the history of reflexology, how the areas of the hands are approximate to the body’s anatomy, and how you can perform techniques on your own to reduce stress and improve overall wellbeing. Bring a hand towel to class and leave your jewelry at home. Resident fee $9; non-resident $11. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Thursday, March 12, 6-7:30 pm, The MAC
Sweet or savory muffins are so yummy, especially on a cold day. They can also be nourishing if you incorporate healthy ingredients as demonstrated in this class. Recipes and samples are provided. Resident fee $11; non-resident $13. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Oui, French for everyone!
Thursday, March 12-April 30, 6-7:30 p.m., The MAC
If you have basic knowledge of the French Language and wish to practice speaking in a lively class atmosphere, this 8 week class if for you! Class covers pronunciation, important verbs, cultural tidbits, and vocabulary. A $12 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Resident fee $88; non-resident $97. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Tea: the Oldest Known Herbal Remedy
Monday, March 16, 1-2 pm, The MAC
Learn the basic differences between black, pu-erh, oolong, green, and white teas, as well as their possible health benefits. Class is taught by a knowledgeable, local tea shop owner and samples are provided.
Resident fee $20; non-resident $24. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
The ABC’s of an AED
Thursday, March 26, 10-11 am, The MAC
Automated External Defibrillators, or AEDs, are available in many public places – malls, casinos, hotels, and airports. Learn how simple it is to use this lifesaving device and gain the confidence you need to take action in an emergency situation. Resident fee $3; non-resident $4. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
Monday, March 30, 10-11 am, The MAC
Cooking is the number one cause of home fires and injuries in the US. How can you stay safe? What are safe ways to cook? Do you have the correct smoke alarm? Answers to these safety questions are brought to you by the Westminster Fire Department. Resident fee $3; non-resident $4. Pre-registration is required, call 303-426-4310.
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.