Thornton Senior Center Events – July 2016
Senior Citizen Advisory Board BBQ – Wednesday, July 13 at 6 p.m.
Member of the Senior Citizen Advisory Board host this yearly event. Join them for hamburgers, hotdogs, and jazz entertainment by the returning band After Midnight with award winning clarinetist Roger Campbell. Please bring a potluck item for four to share. Free! Registration: Jun 29-Jul 12.
Easing Arthritis Pain – Wednesday, July 13 at 12:45 p.m.
Like many, you may be looking for something to help relieve the pain, stiffness and inflammation of arthritis. Dietary changes, supplements and physical activity may be just what you need to get those joints moving again. Learn about some of the most promising nutrition therapies including glucosamine, chondroitin, antioxidant vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids. Presented by registered dietician Laura Brieser-Smith. Free!
The Art of Downsizing – Friday, July 15 at 12:45 p.m.
Are you thinking it might be time to make a move? Maybe you have moved but need to clear out and sell your home. If so, please join Senior Real Estate professionals, Joan Masztaler and Robin Exner as they show you how to manage the moving process with ease. Free!
Summer Sunset Supper – Friday, July 22 at 6 p.m.
We’re having a Summer Beach Party, so put on your favorite summer shorts, breezy blouses and strappy sandals as we feast on summer favorites and strut our stuff to DJ Mark Martinez who will play your favorite requests-from Beach Boys to Bon Jovi! Doors open at 5 p.m.
Activity # 239103A
Fees: $4.50R/$5NR Non-senior Fees: $5.50R/$6.50NR
Registration: Jul 6-21.
Summer Birthday Party – Wednesday, July 27 at 12 p.m.
We’ll celebrate June, July and August birthdays with a delicious lunch and birthday cake, compliments of Sunny Acres. Entertainment provided by a Montana born cowboy, Vic Anderson. He is a singer, songwriter, yodeling champion and a world class melodic whistler, referring to his whistling as his “poor man’s fiddle.” Fees: $4R/$4.50NR Registration: Jul 13-26.
The Brain Has Gone Viral – Friday, July 29 at 12:45 p.m.
At no other time in history has the brain occupied as many headlines as it does today. Many people do not understand how their brain works or how to care for it. Dr. Penny Montgomery has been working with brains as a researcher and clinician for four decades. She can help separate fact from fiction in this informative and entertaining talk. Bring your best brain questions! Free!
Thornton Senior Center
9471 Dorothy Boulevard Thornton, CO 80229