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A Quarterly Catalog of Programs & Resources for Adults 55+ in Longmont

Volume 2015 No. 1 | December 2014 - February 2015


Written and published by the Division of Senior Services, City of Longmont.
910 Longs Peak Avenue, Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: 303-651-8411 | Fax: 303-651-8413 | www.LongmontColorado.gov/senior-services
Regular Operating Hours: 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., Monday Friday
Closures:
Thursday, December 25, 2014
Thursday, January 1, 2015
Monday, January 19, 2015
Monday, February 16 , 2015
Registration:
Registration for classes, special events, computers
& technology, sports, and events begins on
Monday, November 17, 2014.
Trip Registration:
Trip Registration begins with lottery style on
Saturday, November 22, 2014, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
You may also register after these dates at our front
desk or over the phone.
Get Acquainted
Date: Thursdays, December 4, 2014,
and February 5, 2015
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
by calling 303-651-8411
Get acquainted with others who are new to the
Senior Center, new to the area, or interested in
making some new connections with others. Join us
to learn about various opportunities and resources.
Facilitated by Senior Services staf members.
City Parks staf, Derek, Lanette, and
Chuck utilizing Friends of the Senior
Center funds to improve the front
entrance of the Senior Center.
GO
The
The Spring
2015 GO will be
available Tuesday,
February 17, 2015.
Senior Services Staff
Michele Waite, Manager
michele.waite@ci.longmont.co.us
303-651-8415
Theresa Schulte, Recreation Supervisor
theresa.schulte@ci.longmont.co.us
303-651-8578
Kari Grotting, Recreation Specialist
kari.grotting@ci.longmont.co.us
303-651-8495
Brandy Queen, Seniors Counselor & Resource
Education Coordinator
brandy.queen@ci.longmont.co.us
303-651-8414
Veronica Garcia, Seniors Resource Specialist
veronica.garcia@ci.longmont.co.us
303-651-8716
Saryna Mitchell, Admin. Asst., Facility Reservation
saryna.mitchell@ci.longmont.co.us
303-651-8442
Ana Sanchez, Ofce Assistant
ana.sanchez@ci.longmont.co.us
303-651-8411
Robyn Bosica, Ofce Assistant
robyn.bosica@ci.longmont.co.us
303-651-8411
Bill Micholosky, Building Maintenance
303-651-8411
Steve Linderholm, Building Maintenance
303-651-8411
General Information email: senior@ci.longmont.co.us
Get the GO Electronically
If you want an email notifcation of when the GO
is posted on the website, please sign up at the
front desk with your email address!
Senior Services is a Division of the
Citys Community Services Department
Community Events ....................................................... 51
Computers and Technology ........................................ 12
Drop-in Activities ........................................................... 5
Exercise ............................................................................... 32
Friends of the Longmont Senior Center .................. 2
Get Acquainted ............................................... Front Cover
Health/Wellness .............................................................. 29
Lifelong Learning .......................................................... 12
Ongoing Clubs/Groups ................................................ 5
Policies & Registration Information ........................... 4
Resource Education ....................................................... 27
Senior Center Information ....................... Inside Cover
Special Events .................................................................. 9
Sports & Outdoor Activities ........................................ 36
Telephone Resource Page .......................................... R7
Trips ..................................................................................... 38
Volunteer Opportunities .............................................. 50
Our Mission
To build and foster opportunities which promote
dignity, wellness, independence, enjoyment,
community, and a sense of purpose for older adults.
Our Vision Statement
Longmont - a community in which we all age well.
Table of Contents
2014 Senior Citizens Advisory Board
Maureen Denig, Juana Mendoza, Sean OHalloran,
Brenda Ourada, and Emily Sciortino along with two
new 2015 appointees who will replace outgoing
members, Sue Heinritz and Arlene Poplewko who
will leave in December. Polly Christensen is our
City Council Liaison.
This City Councilappointed board meets the frst
Wednesday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to noon
at the Longmont Senior Center. Guests are always
welcome. For information, call Michele at 303-651-8415.
See page 52 for information on these folks.
General Information
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General Information
AgeWell is your "go to" resource on how
to stay healthy. Information about Health
Services and Resources available at the
Longmont Senior Center
See page 29-31 for details.
Office Hours:
Monday 9:00 a.m. Noon and
Tuesdays Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to noon
and 1:00 4:00 p.m.
Closed: Fridays
Telephone: 303-651-5080
www.luhcares.org
Great meals are available weekdays
at the Senior Center.
Longmont Meals on Wheels prepares nutritious
meals served in our Park View Caf.
Call 303-772-0540
for information on menus and meal costs.
www.longmontmeals.org
Invites You to Lunch!
Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. - noon
Gift Certifcates
Gift certifcates are available at the Senior Center. What
a great way to show someone you are thinking of them!
Tell your family about these as a gift suggestion. They
are available in any amount and can be used for your
choice of Senior Services organized classes, trips, or
special events. Call Saryna at 303-651-8442.
Scholarship Programs
General Activity and Exercise
The Friends of the Longmont Senior Center, Inc., have set
aside funds to assist seniors in participating in various
activities organized by Senior Services. As long as funds
are available, an individual may use up to $100 a year
towards Senior Services activities of his or her choice
and up to $150 per calendar year, specifically to assist
low income older persons in participating in Senior
Center exercise/wellness programs. Exercise/wellness
activities may include: Aerobic Fitness, Feldenkrais,
Line Dance, Pilates, Senior Conditioning, Strength
Training, Wu Tai Chi, Tai Chi, and Yoga. Cancellations are
not refunded back to the persons scholarship account.
Persons with a total annual income (from all sources) of
$20,000 or less for a single person and $30,000 or less
for a couple can qualify for scholarships. Call the front
office at 303-651-8411 to apply.
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AgeWell
A SERVICE OF LONGMONT UNITED HOSPITAL
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General Information
From the Friends
PO Box 313, Longmont, CO 80502 | www.friendslongmont.org
President, Randy Ahlberg; Vice President, Chuck Beehler; Treasurer, Nancy Beaudrot ;
Co-treasurer, Chris Caron; Secretary, Michael Bellmont; Ron Cheyney, Diana Darby,
Ed Evans, Roy Hunter, Robert Schineller, Euvaldo Valdez and Ruth Waukau.

Have you noticed the new canopy coming off
the exit door of room D connecting to the main
walkway? What about the new landscaping
as you approach the main entrance? Staff
requested funds from the Friends and the Board
of Directors approved this request and used
donated funds for these projects. Thank you
for the donations which support many of the
Senior Center activities and enhancements to
the facilities. The Friends Board of Directors mission is to raise funds to support quality
programs and services for Longmont seniors. The board consists of 12 volunteers who raise
and manage funds to support the services and activities of the Senior Center. The funds
are used for facility and program enhancements, cultural programs, scholarships and
unbudgeted items. More information on this support may be found in the Friends brochure
which is available in the Senior Center lobby. The Longmont Senior Center is an excellent
facility where seniors can improve their health and physical wellbeing, participate in social
activities, receive resource information and support, and address basic needs. The City of
Longmont provides the funds and management for the Senior Center and the Friends are
pleased to be able to augment these services. The Longmont Senior Center provides a great
service to the seniors of Longmont. Lets keep it that way! Remember that anyone can make
a donation to the Friends anytime during the year. Donations may be mailed to the Friends
of the Longmont Senior Center, Inc., P. O. Box 313, Longmont, CO 80502-0313 or they
may be left at the Senior Center front desk. You may also make donations via the Friends
web site at www.friendslongmont.org. Please visit this site to learn more about the Friends.
Bob Schineller
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The Friends of the Longmont Senior Center, Inc. is a 5013 non-proft organization registered with the State of Colorado.
Thanks to the friends and donors for the new roof cover
extending from the rooms exit door to the main walkway.
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General Information
Rex & Wilma
Carnes Estate
Michael & Alice Bellmont
Donald & Gwen Eells
Iris J. Rattenborg
John Shafer
Gene & Julie Jackson
Gold Key Travel
Karen & Don Wood
Beehlers Woodworking
Chuck Beehler
Lee Comstock
Patricia Duensing
Longmont Handstitch
Quilters
Pam Branham
Henry & Elsie Terao
Cultural Enrichment
Program Donations
Anonymous donations
Military Order of Purple
Hearts, Chapter 434
Commander Athey and
Chapter Members
Raymond & Martha Allison
Mary L. Schultz
Susan Alling
Karen Waters
Carrie Baken
Chris Caron
Howard Snyder
Ingrid Lander
Walter & Shirley Lessig
Winifred Ott
Richard & Anne Salberg
Sheila Lee
Doris Ogden
Nelda Schneider
Fred & Delores Abrams
Renee Durland
Ardis Jacobson
Ann Peischel
Joyce Crispin
Clarence & Shirley Daley
John & Ester Applegate
Cherie Porterfeld
E. Gail Hill
Sybil Goerner
Mary Jane Lange
Ruth Waukau
Anna Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Lehman
Hedwig Seger
Marilyn Sena
Dental Horizons
Ralph & Jo Silkensen
Anna Flynn
Gerald & Harriet Golter
Bill & Claire Fairchild
Bernis Rubright
Jean Hutchinson
In Honor of
Senior Computer Tech
Center Volunteers
In Memory of
Jean Cross
Sue Pecoraro
A Grand Thank You
to our Extended Travel Partner, Gold Key Travel, and especially Karen Wood;
to the sponsors of the weekly Lunch Bunch: Atria Longmont, The Bridge, Home Care of the Rockies,
Home Well Senior Care, and AccentCare Home Health. A special thank you to Atria and Sterling House for
providing lunches for our monthly Caregiver Support Groups;
to our Thursday Night Dance sponsors: Life Care Center, Rawlins Bank, The Regent, Atria Longmont
and the Peaks Care Center;
to Bronwyn Fraser for her continued leadership of and commitment to the Friday Afternoon
Concert Series;
to Front Range Community College for ongoing support of the Computer and Technology learning
program; and
to Gerry Hill for the spacers in our book shelves.
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Donations to the Friends:
Thank you to all our donors for their generous giving and support of the Senior Center.
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General Information
Hearing Assistance Devices are available!
Easy to use and non-intrusive devices, that may
enhance your participation, are available for
various programs and classes. Please inquire or
request at the front desk prior to the activity.
Activity Registration
Advanced Registration - Activities, classes, trips, and
events require registration in advance. You may register by
stopping by the front desk or calling 303-651-8411, Monday
through Friday, or you may sign up for most activities online
at www.longmontcolorado.gov/senior-services
Receipts - Receipts contain additional information pertinent
to your activity. Please review and retain for reference.
Payment and Fees - Full payment is required at the time
of registration. Prices and fees are listed in The GO for
each activity. The frst price is for City residents (those
receiving City trash pickup); the second price is for non-
City residents. Any refund or credit for a later cancelled
activity goes to the registered participant.
Registration Kick-of Dates - Each quarter, specifc
registration kickof dates are set.
Trip Registration - Registration for trips is handled
in a lottery format for initial signup. Following that
date, you may register at the front desk or over the
phone, 303-651-8411. See the Trips section for more
information about Trip Policies.
Special Needs:
We will do our best to accommodate your special
needs. Please keep us informed as to how we might
assist you. Please be specifc with your need and write
it on your registration form at the time you register
for each activity or trip for which you will need
accommodation.
Hearing devices are available for activities.
Inquire at the front desk.
If you use a wheelchair or scooter on a trip, advance
notice is necessary for us to better serve you. Please
contact Saryna at 303-651-8442.
No staf, leader, or escort supervision of individuals is
provided. Companions may participate at customers
expense. See Saryna or Michele for more information.
Registration Dates:
Classes & Special Events begins November 17th
Trip Registration is
Saturday, November 22, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Trip registration is lottery style. You must be present
to register. If you miss the lottery, you may register in
person or by phone 303-651-8411, Monday through
Friday at the Senior Center.
Cancellations:
The City reserves the right to cancel an activity if
the minimum number of participants has not
registered. Participants will be notifed immediately.
A full refund/credit will be given if Senior Services
cancels the activity.
A full refund/credit will be given if the cancellation
is received three (3) or more business days prior to the
activity (does not pertain to trip deadlines - they are
listed with each trip).
Cancellations made one (1) or two (2) days prior to
the activity may or may not be eligible for a refund/
credit. This is determined on a case-by-case basis.
A refund/credit will not be issued if the cancellation
is received the day the activity begins or after it has
started. Trips are an exception and have a diferent policy.
If an individual cancels an activity that was paid for
by a scholarship, those funds will be forfeited.
A credit must be used within 12 months of the issue
date or it will expire.
General Participation Information
Membership - There is no membership fee to
participate in activities or receive services from the
Division of Senior Services.
Registration - You may register for programs by
stopping by the front desk or calling 303-651-8411,
Monday through Friday.
Online Registration - You can register for many
classes and special events online at:
www.longmontcolorado.gov/senior-services
Age Requirements - Adults 55+ are frst priority,
however, adults under 55 may participate in certain
activities, if space is available. Contact Saryna 303-
651-8442 or Michele 303-651-8415 to fnd out more.
Right to Privacy - Information regarding participants
shall not be provided to, or shared with, other individuals.
Supervision - There is no staf, leader or escort
supervision of individuals provided. Activities are
geared toward independent adults who are able to
manage their own care, decision making, and safety.
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Drop-In Programs, Groups & Clubs
Bailes de Mi Tierra
Dancers are wanted to join this Latino outreach
activity though you do not need to be Latino to
participate. The dancers practice and perform
various dances and songs from Central and South
America. If you are interested or want more
information, call Julie Burrows at 303-772-0410.
Billiards
50 donation suggested for play
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Thursday evenings: 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
Woman gather Wednesday 9:00 a.m.
Bowling for Seniors
Tuesdays & Wednesdays at Centennial Lanes.
Practice begins at 12:45 p.m. and games begin
at 1:00 p.m. The cost is $8.25 for 3 games. This is
come-as-you-can play. This is sponsored solely by
Centennial Lanes.
Bridge (Open)
Mondays, 12:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Partners are not necessary. Individuals are rotated into
games. New players are welcome. Call Dick or Dolores
Gormley at 303-776-8203 for more information.
City of Longmont Retirees
A group of retired City of Longmont employees
meet regularly. Call Gussie Sowa at 303-776-2578
for meeting time and location.
Cofee
in the Caf
Monday - Friday
Mornings
Coffee may be
purchased through
Meals on Wheels
each day for 50 a
bottomless cup.
Cards
Quarterly Get Acquainted cards day Join hostess
Ruth Ann for an opportunity to meet other card
players looking to form a group or connection.
See page 20.
Mondays, 12:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Leader: Marie. Mainly play Hand and Foot
Canasta. Beginners and newcomers welcome.
Wednesdays, 12:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Generally for established groups.
Thursdays, 12:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Drop-In Cards. Newcomers welcome.
Last Saturday of the Month, Noon - 4:00 p.m.
Saturday Potluck and Games. Newcomers welcome.
Computers
Two Public Access computers are available in the
computer room of the atrium. Printing of the frst
fve pages is free, then 10 per page after that. Use is
time limited to 60 minutes. There is also free internet.
Creative Stitches
Fridays, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
Bring your own quilting work and enjoy conversation
and help with your project.
Current Events
Tuesdays, 10:15 - 11:30 a.m.
For years, older adults have been meeting for an hour
or more to review local, national, and international
events which afect them. They share their views
and analyses arrived at from wide reading and
often personal and professional experiences. Many
meet a bit earlier to share cofee and conversation.
Moderated by Tom McCoy.
Dance Lessons with Greg Wendling
Thursday Evenings prior to the dances, 6:00 6:45 p.m.
Cost $5.00 per person and includes admission to
the dance that same evening.
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Drop-In Programs, Groups & Clubs
Dances Thursday evenings, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Dances are held at the Longmont Senior Center. Both
singles and couples enjoy the fun. Price is $4.00 per
person. (genre: BR - Ballroom, P - Polka, CW - Country
Western, W - Waltz, L -Latin, S -Swing, BB - Big Band,
LD - Line dance, most can play most requests)
December 4 Tom Yook, BR, BB, L, S, W
December 11 Darrell Sullivan, BR, CW, 50s, L, W, LD, S
December 18 Holiday Ball, Jim Ehrlich and Band
BR, P, S, W
December 25 NO DANCE
January 1 NO DANCE
January 8 Jim Ehrlich, BR, P, S, W
January 15 Harris & Harris, CW, BR, S, W, LD
January 22 Terry Norona, BR, CW, S
January 29 Tom Yook, BR, BB, L, S, W
February 5 Darrell Sullivan, BR, CW, 50s, L, W, LD, S
February 12 Valentine Dance, Jim Ehrlich BR, P, S, W
February 19 C.C. Collier, CW, S, LD
February 26 Harris & Harris, CW, BR, S, W, LD
Dulcimer Group - Singin Strings
2nd & 4th Thursdays, 2:00 3:30 p.m.
The mountain dulcimer, also known as the lap or
Appalachian dulcimer, is an intriguing instrument
developed in America. It is an increasingly popular
musical instrument known for its sweet lilting
qualities. "Singin Strings" is a group of dulcimer
players meeting at the Senior Center to work on
their skills and share music. All levels of dulcimer
players are welcome to join in. Call Nancy Beaudrot
at 303-772-2094 for more information.
Cost: 50 per session.
"Eyes on Longmont"
TV Production Club
Mondays, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
We are a volunteer group that has fun producing
in-depth documentaries for Channel 8 local Public
Access TV to educate, entertain, and inform residents
of the Boulder County area. Join us and learn
every aspect of video production in a supportive
atmosphere. Barbara Hau is the contact person for
the group: bhau1379@gmail.com or 303-775-3021
Visit www.longmontchannel.com for information
about Ch. 8. See page 19 for dates when we are
showing their productions.
Friday Citizens Open Forum
Fridays, 1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
The focus for this group has broadened from the
original one regarding the 2008 "great recession". The
addition of "citizens" encourages a link of this study
to positive participation in the community. Topics
are suggested and chosen by vote a week early. Topic
leaders get up to 20 minutes to kick of discussion.
Other attendees typically get two 5 minute slots to air
their views, hold the foor, and direct the discussion.
Curious newcomers are welcome and need not
participate at their frst meeting. Expect lively
discussion and good humor. Rick Fitzgerald, host.
Friends of the
Longmont Senior Center, Inc.
4th Tuesday, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
(2nd Mon. if 1st Mon. is a holiday)
This non-proft board seeks to enhance the services
and programs of the Longmont Senior Center
through fundraising activities. See page 2.
Grandparents Raising Grandkids
1st Monday, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
(2nd Mon. if 1st Mon. is a holiday)
Share and learn
from others who are
involved in raising
their grandchildren.
Childcare provided.
Call Rebecca Trego
with The Kinship Program at 303-441-1106.
Harmonica Band
Fridays, 10:00 11:30 a.m.
This group has reorganized; they work together
learning and practicing a variety of music selected
by the group. Call Nancy Beaudrot at 303-772-2094
for more information.
Knit and Purl
Wednesdays, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
This group is continuing under the expert guidance of
Becky Williamson. Folks can knit their own projects or,
if youd like, knit for local charities in the area. Yarn and
needles are available for the charity knitting. Donations
of needles and yarn are always appreciated. This group
welcomes all levels of knitters.
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Drop-In Programs, Groups & Clubs
Library (Senior Center)
Books are available for checkout
every day. Please return them within
three weeks. Limit 5 books per
checkout.
Longmont Kiwanis Club
Fridays, 9:25 - 10:25 a.m.
New members are always welcome. Call Marv Van
Peursem 303-774-0734 for information.
Mah Jongg
Fridays, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
Mah Jongg experienced players. Join this lively group
if you already know how to play the game and are
looking for others to play this intriguing game.
NARFE
2nd Friday, noon - 2:00 p.m.
The National Association of Retired Federal
Employees meets regularly for a potluck lunch and
program. Call Jerry Seguin at 303-651-0917.
Quilting (By Hand)
Thursdays, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Be part of an old-fashioned quilting bee! Local
residents bring in quilt tops to be quilted and made
into beautiful, treasured heirlooms. Hand-quilting
experience is desired. Funds raised are donated to
the Friends of the Senior Center. Newcomers please
call Doni at 303-651-3213 for more information.
St. Vrain Valley
Retired School Employees
This group of retired St. Vrain Valley School
District employees meets quarterly. Call Pat
Weaver 303-776-9375.
Scrapbooking & Paper Crafts
Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. noon
This is an ongoing drop-in group, meeting
weekly: come as you can. Work on creating
scrapbooks, family history journals, greeting
cards, and other paper crafts. All levels of skills
are welcome as we share ideas, supplies, and
inspiration. If you are new to this hobby or just
want to explore how to get started, drop in and
visit with others to see what supplies you will
need. Call Marty Baker at 303-776-8835 for more
information.
Saturday Potluck & Games
Last Saturday of the month, noon 4:00 p.m.
Older adults meet for a potluck, cards, games,
and socialization. Call Pat at 720-494-1535 or
Susie at 303-678-7489 for information.
LONGMONT REBATES:
The Senior Center income tax volunteers also prepare
the Colorado 104 PTC and are the only site to process
City of Longmont rebate forms. The City of Longmont
form includes property tax/rent rebate, water, parks
fee refund and electric discount. If individuals are filing
ONLY a City of Longmont rebate and/or state 104 PTC,
not a tax return, then no appointment is necessary
and persons can walk in on Tuesdays and Thursdays,
(February 3 through April 9) from 9 to 11 am.
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Drop-In Programs, Groups & Clubs
Square Dance Club - Hix-N-Chix
(Sept. May) Dances 2nd and 4th Wednesday
evenings at the Senior Center, 7:30 - 10:00 p.m.
New dancers are always welcome! Please call
Joan Bristol at 303-678-7711 or Ann Weber at
303-485-9233 for information and cost for the
club.
Senior Center Singers
Tuesdays, September - May, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
All voicessoprano, alto, tenorare welcome.
This group has been meeting since fall 2001 and
has performed at various sites around Longmont
as well as at the Senior Center. Music, laughter, and
socializing are just a few of the benefits.
Shufeboard
Thursdays,
9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Beginners welcome. The group will play several
games and then have cofee and snacks.
Participants will have a chance to play with a variety
of people.
Single Womens Social Group
1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m 1:00 p.m.
Are you a single woman looking for a way to make
new friends? Come have lunch with us and enjoy
socialization from other supportive single women.
You can either bring your lunch or buy lunch from
Meals On Wheels here at the Senior Center. If you
have questions, you can call Wilma at 303-485-7044.
Spanish Conversation Group
Fridays, 1:30 3:00 p.m.
Develop cross-cultural friendships and cultural
understanding while improving your Spanish.
All levels are welcome; however, there is no instruction,
and all conversation is in Spanish. The frst Friday
of each month will feature a movie in Spanish with
English subtitles. See page 24 for more information.
Support Groups
Several support groups are available for interested
persons. Many are open for drop-in participation.
See the Resource Guide for a list or call Brandy at
303-651-8414.
Swingin Seniors Rhythm Band
1st Monday, Sept May, 1:00 2:30 p.m.
This group performs regularly at senior residences
and organizations in the community. Traditional and
homemade instruments are welcome. The ability to
read music is not required. Call Mori Glidewell at 303-
651-0960 for more information.
Wii Play
Thursdays, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
The "Wii" is an interactive game using a remote control
to move your character on the screen. You can bowl or
play tennis, baseball, or golf. All you have to do is show
up and give it a try. Most games are played standing,
swinging your arm, or moving your body in some
fashion. Thats what makes it fun; you are virtually
playing the game.
Woodcarving
Fridays, 8:00 a.m. - noon
Beginner and experienced woodcarvers meet to work
on projects, ofer advice on techniques or equipment
and share their enjoyment of this lifelong hobby. All
carvers are welcome. Call John at 303-772-2007 or Bob
at 303-435-9505 for more information.
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Special Events at the Senior Center
Sponsored by the Friends of the Longmont Senior Center, there will be
engaging speakers this quarter. The programs will be educational,
insightful, and intriguing. We hope you enjoy the variety.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance.
Cultural Enrichment Program
Tree and Leaf: The Life and Works
of J.R.R. Tolkien
Activity #183008.05
Date: Friday, December 19
Time: 1:00 2:00 p.m.
"I am in fact a hobbit in all but
size..." J.R.R. Tolkien
J.R.R. Tolkiens The Lord of the Rings was voted the
best book of the twentieth century in a popular
readers poll. Join Kelly Cowling, of the Grey Havens
Group, in an introduction to the life and works of
this master of language and fantasy. The story of this
great mind will appeal even to those who have never
heard of a hobbit.
Aslan Knows Best: C.S. Lewiss
Letters to Children
Activity #183008.06
Date: Monday, February 2
Time: 10:00 11:00 am
C.S. Lewis, author of the classic childrens series The
Chronicles of Narnia, was not fond of the company
of children. In spite of this, he penned a personal
response to every child who wrote to him. Kelly
Cowling of the Grey Havens Group, guides you
through this charming, revealing correspondence.
What did this imposing professor have to say to the
young minds that sought him out? What can these
letters teach us about compassion, imagination, faith
and joy?

"Love, Loss, and What I Wore"
a play by Nora and Delia Ephron
Activity #183008.07
Date: Sunday, January 11
Time: 2:00 4:00 p.m.
Come enjoy a wonderful
afternoon as ten talented
women tell their stories
funny and poignant remembering pivotal moments
in their lives and what they wore. Hear how they
loved or hated sweet and sexy prom dresses, messy
purses, push up bras, killer high heels. It is all here
in a series of witty monologues on mothers and
daughters, sisters and boyfriends and marriage and
divorce. Written by the screen writers of the popular
movies "Sleepless in Seattle," "Youve Got Mail," and
"When Harry Met Sally." Directed by, internationally
known, James Carver. Presented by The Society of
Creative Aging/VIVA Theater and the Boulder Fringe.
Kol Nashim (the women's choir of
the Colorado Hebrew Chorale)
Activity #183008.08
Date: Friday, February 27
Time: 1:30 3:00 p.m.
We welcome the women
of the Colorado Hebrew
Chorale, Kol Nashim, as they
present "Woman to Woman:
Songs of Hope and Joy".This program demonstrates
some of the various expressions of Jewish music
from around the world. Featuring music from three
continents (America, Europe and Israel), in four
languages (Aramaic, English, Hebrew and Yiddish).
From Chassidic chants, to the Broadway stage, this
concert ofers something for everyone!
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Special Events at the Senior Center
Friday Afternoon Concerts and Art Shows
This series is a program of the Longmont Council for the Arts,
with generous funding from SCFD (Scientifc and Cultural
Facilities District), the Friends of the Longmont Senior Center,
the City of Longmont Division of Senior Services, and many
individual audience members. The LCA is deeply grateful for
this strong show of support that enables us to bring such high
quality arts experiences to the community. Thank you!
Series performances will take place at the Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave., Longmont.
Tickets are $8.00 at the door for each concert.
The Art Exhibits open at 1:30 p.m., and concerts begin at 2:30 p.m. There is a reception following each concert
to enable the audience to meet and visit with the performers and artists. Call 303-651-8411 or 303-678-7869
for more information or stop by the Senior Center to purchase your tickets in advance, or for credit card
purchase, call 303-678-7869. The general public is invited, too. Bring your friends of all ages!
Friday, December 12
Captivating Holiday Music with Sarah Barber,
mezzo soprano, Steve Taylor, baritone and Deb
Schmit-Lobis, piano. Bringing new life to a varied
selection of holiday favorites.
Guest Artists: Longmont Artist Guild
Friday, January 16
A Musical Tour of Brazil with GINGA
Ginga will perform a variety of traditional music
of Brazil, including samba, bossa nova, chorinho
and more. The band features performers Greg
LaLiberte, Francisco Marques, Bill Kopper, Raul
Rossiter, Carol Dixon, and Victor Mestas.
Guest Artist: John Lace, painter
Friday, February 20
Jef Scroggins and Colorado High energy
Bluegrass featuring the amazing banjo playing of
Jef Scroggins with KC Groves, Greg Blake, Annie
Savage and Tristan Scroggins.
Guest Artist: Joan Jordan, painter
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Special Events
Longmont Lights!
FREE - Holiday lights and activities take center
stage in Roosevelt Park the evenings of December
12 and 13, 2014.
Beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Friday December 12, you can
enjoy outdoor fre pits, hot cocoa, ice skating, Santas
Workshop at the Memorial Building for younger
children, and entertainment at the Senior Center. Stop
in and enjoy the following performers:
5:00 5:30 p.m. Longmont Concert Band Quintet
5:30 6:30 p.m. Longmont Concert Band
6:45 7:30 p.m. Ann Lincoln, Magician
7:30 8:00 p.m. Celtic Steps, Irish dancing
7:45 p.m. Holiday Laser Light Show
(One Showing)
On Saturday, December 13th, 5:00 p.m. the parade
kicks of from Roosevelt Park and circles on to Main and
Cofman Streets. Fireworks (approximately 6:30pm),
hot cocoa, fre pits, and lights in the park following the
parade.
Billiards Social
Activity #183010.01 Monday, December 8
Time: 1:00 3:00 p.m.
Activity #183010.02 Wednesday, January 14
Time: 9:00 11:00 a.m.
Cost: Free, but please register in advance

This is a chance to meet and mix it up with fellow
billiards players. New or experienced, men and women,
all are welcome. Some instruction will also be available
if wanted. Light refreshments will be available.
New Years Eve at Noon Dance
Activity #183009.00
Date: Wednesday, December 31
Time: 11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m.
Cost: $5.00 resident, $6.00 non-resident
Celebrate and Dance!! Ring
in the New Year with your
friends at the Longmont
Senior Center. Well have a
sparkling cider toast at noon
to jump start the year and
you can enjoy the music of
the Don Elwood Big Band, a
seventeen piece band that
plays classic big band dance music and some jazz.
Light appetizers will be on hand, the event will be
hosted in our gym. This event is co-sponsored by
the Friends of the Longmont Senior Center. Register
in advance.
Colorado LifeTrackCOLT, a program to locate those who may wander:
When an older person wanders away from safety and is unable to find his or her way home or to
a safe place, this program utilizes modern technology and unites local first response services to
find that individual as quickly as possible. Coordinated by the Boulder County Sheriff s office with
local law enforcement and emergency response services, Colorado LifeTrak (or COLT) is designed
to mobilize first responders quickly and assist in locating those persons who may wander away and
cant self-identify or return safely on their own. Individuals in the program are given a bracelet or
anklet to wear which can be activated and tracked if and when the need arises. Monthly battery
checks are conducted to insure the equipment is working correctly. Applications are available at the
official website for Boulder County government at http://www.bouldercounty.org/sheriff/lifetrak.htm
or call Deputy Randy Wilber at 303-441-3673 for more information.
Longmont Senior Center (TCE Site)
Tax Preparation Assistance
910 Longs Peak Avenue
February 3 through April 9
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
TAX RETURNS are by appointment only.
Staff begins taking appointments requests on
January 16 303-774-4429. Requests may also be
made by email at: senior@ci.longmont.co.us
For either phone or email requests please list
your name and phone number.
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Computers & Technology
Senior Computer Tech Center -
A computer learning opportunity for those 50+
Learn from your peers in a supportive and comfortable environment
NO MEMBERSHIP FEE REQUIRED!
Register at the Longmont Senior Center, 303-651-8411.
Classes and labs are held at Front Range Community College,
2121 Miller Drive, Room C1504.
Classes and lectures are held at the Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave.
Small class size with individual coaches to assist students during class.
Prerequisites are defned in Course Descriptions.
We will assist you with all of your computing devices including laptops, cameras, phones, tablets, eReaders.
Please register in advance for courses, lectures, and classes.
Friday Open Computer Lab - Drop In
Location: Front Range Community College, 2121 Miller Drive, Room C1504
Purpose: One-on-one assistance by coaches and instructors.
Time: Fridays, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $2.00 PER SESSION. A Punch Card is available for 5 sessions
and costs $10.00. Cards are available only at the Senior Center.
No Open Lab at FRCC on the following Friday afternoons:
November 28 (Thanksgiving weekend)
Month of December 2014: December 5,12,19,26
January 2, 2015
Computer Club - Drop In
A forum for the exchange of information and
knowledge relating to technology, personal
computers, and smart devices.
Meets the 2nd Monday of the month
Dates: December 8, January 12, February 9
Time: 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Location: Senior Center
Free, no registration required
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Computers & Technology Classes
Held at: Front Range Community College
2121 Miller Drive Classroom C1504
COURSE ACTIVITY # DAYS/TIME DATES Res/Non-Res
Whats New in Windows 8 182500.01
Tuesday/Thursday
1:304:00 p.m.
January
6,8,13,15
$32.00 $36.00
Digital Camera Assistance 182501.01
Wednesday
1:30 4:00 p.m.
January 7 $9.00 $11.00
Windows 7 Assistance 182502.01
Friday
9:00 a.m. Noon
January 16 $10.00 $12.00
Email Assistance 182503.01
Wednesday
1:30 4:00 p.m.
January 21 $9.00 $11.00
Computer Basics 182505.01
Monday/Wednesday
1:304:00 p.m.
January 26,28 $18.00 $20.00
Genealogy Assistance 182506.01
Tuesday
1:304:00 p.m.
January 27 $9.00 $11.00
How to use Microsoft One
Drive
182507.01
Friday
9:00 a.m. Noon
January 30 $10.00 $12.00
File Management
Windows 8
182508.01
Tuesday/Thursday
1:304:00 p.m.
February 3,5 $18.00 $20.00
Windows 8 Assistance 182509.01
Friday
9:00 a.m. Noon
February 6 $10.00 $12.00
Computer Fundamentals
using Windows 8
182510.01
Monday/Wednesday
1:304:00 p.m.
February
9,11,16,18
$32.00 $36.00
Facebook Assistance 182502.02
Friday
9:00 a.m. Noon
February 20 $10.00 $12.00
Word Processing using
Microsoft Word
182511.01
Monday/Wednesday
1:304:00 p.m.
February 23,25
March 2,4
$32.00 $36.00
Windows 7 Assistance 182512.01
Friday
9:00 a.m. Noon
February 27 $10.00 $12.00
Computer Basics
New to the world of computers? This class is designed
for students with no computer experience. During
each class you will practice extensively using the
mouse and the keyboard and gain familiarity with
computer hardware, software, and the Windows
Operating System.
Computer Fundamentals
using Windows 8
For students who have basic computer experience
using the mouse and keyboard. Using Windows 8
you will learn how to enter/edit text and to save and
retrieve data fles. If you have a Windows 8 laptop,
bring it to class.
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Computers & Technology
Digital Camera Assistance
Have questions on how to use your Digital Camera?
How to change settings, or set the date, take videos,
delete photos? So many things to learn. A Coach will
personally assist you with your camera. Bring your
camera, manuals and cords. This is not a structured
class with lecture.
EMail Assistance
Using your personal
email account, a Coach
will work with you
one-on-one to
answer your specifc
questions about
composing and
sending messages;
storing names
in your address book; replying and forwarding
messages; sending and receiving attachments.
Prerequisite: you must already have an email
account and know your password. This is not a
structured class with lecture.

Facebook Assistance
Using your personal Facebook account, a Coach will
work with you one-on-one to answer your specifc
questions on using Facebook. How to post, chat, post
pictures, create albums, fnd and categorize friends,
and update your privacy settings. Prerequisite: you
must already have a Facebook account, know your
password and regularly use Facebook. If you use
Facebook on a mobile device or laptop, please bring
it with you. This is not a structured class with lecture.
File Management - Windows 8
This class will teach you the basics of managing your
data on your computer using the Windows 8 operating
system. Experience with previous operating systems
is helpful but not required. You will learn how to fnd
and organize your fles and folders; how to copy, move,
delete and save your data. If you have a Windows 8
laptop, bring it to class.
Genealogy Assistance
You will work one-on-one with a Coach who will assist
you with computer related genealogy research and
data entry. If you have a laptop, bring it to class. Bring
your login IDs and Passwords. This is not a structured
class with lecture.
How to use Microsoft OneDrive
OneDrive (previously known as SkyDrive) is
Microsofts Cloud. With Windows 8 you can easily
save your fles, pictures and videos to OneDrive and
get to them from any device, like your PC, tablet, or
phone. OneDrive is free online storage that comes
with your Microsoft account. It's like an extra hard
drive that's available from any of the devices you
use. This lecture/demonstration will show you how
to use OneDrive.
Whats New in Windows 8
The Microsoft Windows 8 Operating System has
a new interface. This class is for the experienced
computer user and focuses on the changes,
enhancements, and diferent look as compared to
the previous operating systems. You must already
have a Windows 8 computer. If you have a Windows
8 laptop, bring it to class.
Windows 7 Assistance
You will work one-on-one with a Coach who will
answer your specifc questions. If you have a Windows
7 laptop, bring it to class. This is not a structured class
with lecture.
Windows 8 Assistance
You will work one-on-one with a Coach who will
answer your specifc questions. If you have a Windows
8 laptop, bring it to class. This is not a structured class
with lecture.
Word Processing using Microsoft Word
This class will address the basic operations
for creating, editing, formatting and printing
documents. It will show where the basic operations
are found in the new look of Word 2007/2010/2013
as they are all very similar. This class is for both
seasoned and new users of Microsoft Word.
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Computers & Technology Lectures
TOPIC ACTIVITY # TIME DATES Res/Non-Res
Cell and Smart Phone Tutoring
182011.1A
182011.1B
10:00 11:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m. Noon
Monday, December 1 $2.00 $3.00
Internet TV and Movies 182101.01 9:30 11:30 a.m. Thursday, December 4 $2.00 $3.00
Computer Club Drop In 9:30 11:30 a.m. Monday, December 8 FREE FREE
Apple & Mac Assistance 182023.12 1:30 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 10 $2.00 $3.00
E-Reader Assistance 182024.14 1:30 3:30 p.m. Thursday, December 11 $2.00 $3.00
Windows 8 Orientation 182031.01 9:30 11:30 a.m. Monday, December 15 $2.00 $3.00
Cell and Smart Phone Tutoring
182011.2A
182011.2B
10:00 11:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m. Noon
Monday, January 5 $2.00 $3.00
Apple & Mac Assistance 182023.01 1:30 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 7 $2.00 $3.00
Computer Club Drop In 9:30 11:30 a.m. Monday, January 12 FREE FREE
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
of Using the Internet
182100.01 1:30 3:30 p.m. Thursday, January 15 $2.00 $3.00
Windows 8 Assistance 182032.01 1:30 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 20 $2.00 $3.00
Apple Q and A 182033.01 1:30 4:00 p.m. Thursday, January 22 $2.00 $3.00
Accounts, Passwords, Email -
Understanding Your Digital IDs
182100.02 1:30 3:30 p.m. Thursday, January 29 $2.00 $3.00
Cell and Smart Phone Tutoring
182011.3A
182011.3B
10:00 11:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m. Noon
Monday, February 2 $2.00 $3.00
Facebook Demonstration 182034.14 1:00 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 4 $2.00 $3.00
Computer Club Drop In 9:30 11:30 a.m. Monday, February 9 FREE FREE
Apple & Mac Assistance 182023.02 9:30 a.m. Noon Thursday, February 12 $2.00 $3.00
The Internet and Social
Networking
182100.03 1:30 3:30 p.m. Thursday, February 12 $2.00 $3.00
Making the Most Out of the
Cloud and Wireless
182100.04 1:30 3:30 p.m. Thursday, February 26 $2.00 $3.00
Held at: Longmont Senior Center
910 Longs Peak Ave. | December 2014, January, February 2015
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Computers & Technology

Apple Q and A
This Question and Answer Session is an open forum
for users of Apple devices to discuss, share ideas, and
learn from each other. Pick up new tips and tricks to
make you more efcient on your Apple device.
Apple & Mac Assistance
Bring in your Apple laptop or smart device (e.g. iPad,
iPod, iPhone). Coaches will be available to answer
your questions and help you with your own device.
This is not a structured class with lecture.
Cell and Smart Phone Tutoring
There are now so many diferent styles of Cell Phones
and Smart Phones. Sign up for a one-on-one session
with a Coach who will help you with your phone.
Bring your phone, the charger, and the manual. This
is not a structured class with lecture.
E-Reader Assistance
Have questions on how to use your E-reader device?
How to buy books, how to check out books from the
library, how to change the settings. A Coach will be
available to personally assist you with your device
(Kindle, Nook, Tablet, iPad, iPod, iPhone).
Facebook Demonstration
Does your family want you to use Facebook to stay in
touch? It can be very confusing and intimidating. We will
explain how to post comments and photos, fnd friends,
look at friends comments and photos, and edit security
settings. Format is demonstration with open discussion.
Internet TV and Movies
Back by popular demand! What is streaming? More
and more are using the Internet to watch TV and
Movies. This lecture/demonstration will explain how
this works, what equipment you may need, and the
advantages and disadvantages.
Windows 8 Assistance
You will work one-on-one with a Coach who will answer
your specifc questions. You must already have a
Windows 8 Computer. If you have a Windows 8 laptop,
bring it with you. This is not a structured class with lecture.

Windows 8 Orientation
If your old computer needs to be replaced or you just
really want a new one, it will have Windows 8. This lecture/
demonstration will explain the look of the new Start Screen
with live tiles and the traditional Desktop View which is
basically an enhanced version of Windows 7 desktop.

How to Stay Safe in Cyberspace
Whenever you are on the computer or your mobile device you are on the internet, you are out there in Cyberspace,
you are vulnerable. It is your responsibility to protect yourself. It is an exciting new technological world we live in.
It is also very dangerous. You must do a lot more than just having a good anti-virus program on your computer.
Lets discuss what you should and should not do to keep yourself safe. Please join us for this series of lectures to
discuss the best ways to make sure YOU your accounts, your money, your information stays secure.
Session 1: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
of Using the Internet
Activity # 182100.01
Date: Thursday, January 15
Time: 1:30 3:30 p.m.
Location: Longmont Senior Center
Cost: $2.00 for residents, $3.00 for non-residents
Session 2: Accounts, Passwords, Email -
Understanding Your Digital IDs
Activity # 182100.02
Date: Thursday, January 29
Time: 1:30 3:30 p.m.
Location: Longmont Senior Center
Cost: $2.00 for residents, $3.00 for non-residents
Session 3: The Internet and Social Networking
Activity # 182100.03
Date: Thursday, February 12
Time: 1:30 3:30 p.m.
Location: Longmont Senior Center
Cost: $2.00 for residents, $3.00 for non-residents
Session 4: Making The Most Out of The Cloud
and Wireless
Activity # 182100.04
Date: Thursday, February 26
Time: 1:30 3:30 p.m.
Location: Longmont Senior Center
Cost: $2.00 for residents, $3.00 for non-residents
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Arts/Creative Pursuits
Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Studio Time
Activitiy #184100.14
Dates: Tuesdays, December 2, 9, 16, 30
Times: 1:30 3:30 pm
Cost: $36.00 resident, $42.00 non-resident,
This studio time is geared to anyone who has taken
a drawing with colored pencils or graphite pencils
class with Donna Clement. Due to multiple requests
for more time to fnish projects and continue refning
skills, Donna will be available even more. This will be
an unstructured class with time to work on your
choice of drawings and skills, while Donna provides
tailored guidance. Youll bring your own supplies.
Beginning &
Continuing
Oil Painting
Days: Tuesdays
Time: 1:30 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $36.00 resident,
$42.00 non-resident,
per session (month)
Activity #184103.01 Tuesdays, January 6 - 27
Activity #184103.02 Tuesdays, February 3 - 24
All students welcome, all skill levels included. Come
and learn to oil paint; it is the most forgiving of all
mediums. Learn and refne your skills such as impasto,
knife painting, scumbling, drybrush, underpainting.
In addition to that, mixing paint, some color theory,
and composition will also be discussed. Learn the
diferences in brushes, and those that want to learn
to stretch canvas can delve into that too. You will be
learning diferent styles of painting using artists such
as Monet, Van Gogh, Cezanne, and many others.
Donna Clement is looking forward to sharing with
you her talents and knowledge for this lifelong
hobby! Donna has a BFA from school of Visual Arts
and her Masters Degree from UNC, Greeley, and has
an extensive career working in the art world, from
award winning set design to illustrator and instructor.
The attached photo is a sample of Donnas work, you
can see her creativity and skill from this gorgeous
painting. Supply list will be available at the front desk
and on your registration receipt.
Drawing Animals
Using Colored Pencils
Activity #184110.14
Dates: Wednesdays, January 7 - 28
Time: 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $36.00 resident, $42.00 non-resident
Learn how to draw animals while also learning how
to use wax-based colored pencils. Draw your pet or
any animal or bird. You will learn to draw hair, fur, and
feathers while learning how to see colors and shapes
like an artist. Your instructor, Donna Clement, will also
provide many images to work from, or you can bring
your own. See your receipt for the information about
the supplies needed.
Drawing Flowers & Plants
Using Colored Pencils
Activity #184112.14
Dates: Wednesdays, February 4 - 25
Time: 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $36.00 resident, $42.00 non-resident
Learn how to draw plants like a botanical illustrator
while also learning color pencil. We will go over
composition, negative space, texture, and color; in
other words, really "seeing" the details in a leaf, a
fower, a seedpod, or a vegetable. Photos of plants to
draw from will be provided. Your instructor, Donna
Clement, is a botanical illustrator creating artwork for
Botanical Interests seed packages.
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Arts/Creative Pursuits
Watercolor Painting & Drawing
Time: 1:30 3:30 p.m.
Date: Wednesdays, January 7 February 11
Activity #184105.14
Cost: $54.00 resident, $64.00 non-resident
All levels of students are welcome to experience the
exciting medium of watercolor, drawing, and the
underlying structure of painting. You will learn by
working from "wet" to "dry" to "detailed," learning
about colors, composition, and subject matter. Hanlie
Wessels, a local watercolor artist and teacher, will be
instructing the class. Supply list will be available at
the front desk and on your registration receipt.
Porcelain Art
Date: Mondays, January February
(Except Martin Luther King and Presidents Day Holidays)
Time: Mornings
China painting classes for beginning and advanced
students. Learn to make beautiful hand-painted
china for yourself or others. If you would like to sign
up, please put your name on a list at the Senior Center
front desk, and the instructor, Alna Hiel, will contact
you for your class registration, cost, and times.
Through the Eyes of an Artist:
Oregon
Activity #184205.14
Date: Monday, January 12
Time: 10:00 11:00 a.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
Enjoy the adventures of Crater Lake and the coast
of Oregon. Take a visual hike and an exciting ride
on the Rogue River. Beautiful country. Local artist,
Diane Wood, shares her adventures through Oregon
through slides and commentary, along with newly
created pastels.
Group Piano Lessons
Activity #184206.01
Date: Thursdays, January 8 - 29
Activity #184206.02
Date: Thursdays, February 5 - 26
Time: 12:30 1:30 p.m.
Cost: $40.00 resident, $48.00 non-resident
(each month or session)
Learn how to play the piano in a fun group setting!
Playing the piano stimulates the mind and provides
many long term benefits. Studies have shown that
playing the piano up to 20 minutes a day protects
against certain illnesses, such as Alzheimer disease
and reduces anxiety and depression. Participants
in the class will learn about note reading, rhythm,
technique, theory and musicianship. Each week,
students will share the pieces that they practiced
at home with their supportive and encouraging
class members! This class is for beginners or those
wanting to start over at the beginning again. Call
Rhonda Ritter at 303-682-9712 for more information.
Class limit- 4 people.
Materials fee (piano book)- $16.00 to be purchased
from the instructor.
Greeting Card Aperitif!
Activity #184207.00
Date: Monday, February 23
Time: 2:00 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $12.00 resident, $14.00 non-resident
If you enjoy making your own greeting cards, then
this will be the right class for you. Expect to make
3 ready-to-mail greetings: a Birthday card, a Thank
You card, and a Sympathy card. There is no end to
the possibilities and this afternoon is sure to whet
your appetite for more! All materials are included
in your class fee. Pat Journeay has been a Stampin
Up Demonstrator for 10+ years and enjoys sharing
the art of rubber stamping.
Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
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The Big Picture
Did you know we
have a TV Production
Club at the Longmont
Senior Center? See
page 6 for meeting
time information.
Its called, "Eyes on
Longmont," and the members have been busy
exploring Longmont and surrounding areas:
capturing the stories, history, events, and more!
Now, we are fortunate to start enjoying some of
their work. Along with the video, well include
someone involved in the production or something
else related to the topic its more than just a show
you get "the big picture."
Time: begins at 1:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
Christmas Tree
in Olde Town Longmont
Activity #184201.04
Date: Thursday, December 4
More than a century of glass Christmas ornaments are
featured on one familys tree in Olde Town Longmont.
A wide variety of Bubble-Lites are also displayed,
including strings from the 1930s. Antique postcards
are also shown. Ornaments range from 17 countries
and four continents, making the tree a true sampling
of world-wide craftsmanship. Extra: A selection of
historic Christmas postcards from the "golden era"
will be shown by the producer/collector. Producer:
Ike Ikelman (32 min.)
Vinnie Ream
Lincolns Young Sculptor
Activity #184201.05
Date: Thursday, January 8
Vinnie Ream was the frst woman and the youngest artist
ever to receive a commission from Congress for a statue:
A true-to-life marble fgure of Abraham Lincoln that
stands in the US Capitol rotunda. The work and its artist
generated a storm of controversy. Miss Ream was given
the coveted job over many experienced competitors
in 1866 when the prodigy was only 18 years old. This
documentary presents Miss Reams inspiring story, her
philosophy of life and the fantastic career of one of
Americas most gifted women. Extra: The producer and
author of the book on which the video is based will be
there for questions. Producer: Glenn Sherwood (57 min.)
Watch Your Step!
Dance Troupe Presents Swing
Dance: 1900 to Present
Activity #184201.06
Date: Thursday, February 5
Watch Your Step Dance Troupe takes a journey in time
from the earliest known swing dances at the turn of the
20th century up to the disco era. Through narration
and dance they follow the evolution of swing, changing
costumes to represent each of the periods of dance.
The group makes its own costumes to represent each of
the periods in history. An additional "Special Features"
section presents an interview with Joan Walton, the
choreographer who worked with the group. Extra: The
producer and some dance members will be there for
questions. Producer: Rich Lukon (65 min.)
Holiday Sing Along
Activity #184204.14
Date: Tuesday, December 9
Time: 2:00 3:00 pm
Cost: Free
Ray and Sib are back for their 4th year of this annual
event. Ray will lead and Sib will play the piano so you
can sing some traditional Christmas songs (both secular
and non-secular). It is a festive time of year and great way
to share your joy is with music. Following the sing along,
will be some light refreshments for those participating.
General Interest
Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
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General Interest
Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Stay Safe and Save with AARP
Smart Driver Class
Wednesday, December 3, 8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, January 14, 12:30 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, February 11, 12:30 5:00 p.m.
The AARP Smart Driver Course teaches valuable
defensive driving strategies and provides a refresher
of the rules of the road. Since 1979, the course has
helped more than 15 million drivers learn research
based tips to adapt their driving to compensate
for physical and cognitive changes that may occur
with aging. Plus, you may qualify for a multi-year
automobile discount by completing the course,
check with your auto insurance agent for details. The
class costs $15.00 for AARP members and $20.00 for
non-members. Space is limited, register by calling
303-651-8411.
Investment Workshops
Activity #184210.00
Dates: Wednesdays, January 21, 28,
and February 4
Time: 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
What questions do you have about your investment
portfolio? This 3-part panel discussion is a relaxed
discussion to answer your questions.
Week 1: Foundations of Investing- We will discuss the
importance of developing a strategy and the impact
of asset allocation and infation.
Week 2: Smart Start to Mutual Funds- We will explore
foundational knowledge about mutual funds.
Week 3: Preparing for the Unexpected- We will
examine how to develop a proactive strategy for
protection.
Downsizing and the
Tasks of Aging /"Sage-ing"
Activity #184208.00
Date: Thursday, January 15
Time: 10:00 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $14.00 resident, $17.00 non-resident
Downsizing--sorting through and letting go of
possessionsis not just an enormous, scary process.
It is also an opportunity and framework for tackling
the essential tasks of growing olderdeciding what
to give away and to whom, thinking about the legacy
you wish to leave, facing your mortality, fnding
meaning in your life, renewing relationships, cleaning
up old messes (physical and emotional), and making
space or accommodations for your new interests and
limitations. This workshop will explore downsizing
in light of these tasks, providing inspiration,
encouragement, and tools to take on this rewarding
journey.
Our Stuf, Our World
Mindfulness and Possessions
Activity #184209.00
Date: Thursday, February 19
Time: 10:00 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $14.00 resident, $17.00 non-resident
Our society has encouraged us to fll our homes and
lives with all kinds of material goods, to the point
where we may be "drowning in stuf." Even if were
able to dig out and simplify, how can we break the
"have to have it" cycle? This workshop will explore
the roots of our "afuenza" and teach practical and
mindful techniques to keep our lives and spaces flled
only with the things that are most benefcial for our
lives.
NEW PRESENTER Lise Hildebrandt has a Master of Divinity degree from Yale and a Master of Public Health
from Boston University, and she brings years of experience in helping people with positive lifestyle changes.
Her classes are focused on the practical aspects, but also acknowledge emotional and spiritual issues that arise.
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Humanities/Cultural
Cards & Games Social
Join hostess Ruth Ann on Friday, January 16 from
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and get acquainted with other
card and board game enthusiasts. Refreshments
provided. Call ahead and sign up with your name
and interest areas.
Get Acquainted
Please see the catalog cover for details.
Billiards Social
Activity #183010.01 December 8
Activity #183010.02 January 14
From 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on December 8 and again
on January 14 from 9:00 11:00 a.m. you have
opportunities to meet and mix it up with other
billiards players. New or experienced, men and
women, all are welcome. Some instruction will
also be available if wanted. Light refreshments will
be available. There is no charge, but registration is
requested. See page 11.

Oxford Inklings Series
Back by popular demand, Kelly Cowling presents
the following thought-provoking and conversation-
inducing classes.
Tolkien and Lewis:
Friendship, Fantasy and Faith
Activity #184421.01
Dates: Thursdays, December 4, 11, 18
Time: 10:00 11:00 a.m.
Cost: $15.00 resident, $18.00 non-resident
J.R.R. Tolkien, author of The Lord of the Rings, and
C.S. Lewis, author of The Chronicles of Narnia, met at
Oxford University in 1926. Their complicated friendship
spanned four decades, ffteen novels and dozens of
works of scholarship, theology and imagination. The
two great writers and their friends stood as defenders of
beauty and meaning against the growing wave of drab
modernism. Find out how their ideas and creativity can
help you to fnd the wonder in your own life.
Enter the Lion: The Life and
Theology of C.S. Lewis
Activity #184421.02
Dates: Thursdays, January 8, 15, 22, 29
Time: 9:00 10:00 a.m.
Cost: $15.00 resident, $18.00 non-resident
C.S. Lewis is arguably the most well-known lay
theologian of the last century. His clear, accessible
writings on faith often cut readers to the core,
laying bare the private emotional truth behind
public confessions of faith. Explore startling works
like The Screwtape Letters and The Great Divorce as
Kelly Cowling of the Grey Havens Group continues
her series on Lewis and his circle of friends, the
Inklings of Oxford.
The Four Loves: The Lives and Loves
of the Oxford Inklings
Activity #184421.03
Dates: Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, 26
Time: 10:00 11:00 a.m.
Cost: $15.00 resident, $18.00 non-resident
Join Kelly Cowling of the Grey Havens Group for a
critical exploration of the sometimes joyful, often
tragic personal lives of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and
their friends. We will discuss family, friendship and the
fellowship of humanity as they were experienced by
four writers who infuenced generations.
Get Acquainted and Get Involved
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Humanities/Cultural
Death Caf!
Activity #184411.01 Wednesday, December 17
Activity #184411.02 Wednesday, February 18
Time: 2:00 3:30 p.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
Lets talk about death! Join us at Death Caf, a salon for
those who wish to engage in thoughtful, respectful,
and sometimes provocative conversation about death.
Our objective is to increase awareness of death while
helping people make the most of their fnite lives. The
class is not a bereavement or grief counseling group.
This class will be confdential and facilitated by peer
counselors. Tea and sweets will be ofered. Class size
limited; register in advance.
Great Conversation of Great Ideas
Time: 9:30 11:00 a.m.
Dates: Thursdays, Jan. 8, 22, Feb. 5, 19
Cost: Donations accepted for copies of the readings
This thought-provoking discussion group on the 103
Great Ideas that are the core of everybodys thinking
will be led by facilitator Brian Hansen, who has
extensive experience in the "Great Books and Great
Ideas" curriculum. He will present the themes which
come from philosopher Mortimer Adler.
There are brief reading materials intended to accompany
the discussions; copies can be downloaded from Brians
website: http://home.comcast.net/~pamjhansen/site/.
This class is continuous, and each session is a new topic.
Drop in as your schedule allows, and the series will
continue through May even though we only publish
dates through February in this catalog.
Shorts Program
Activity #184415.03
Date: Tuesday, December 9
1. Peter and Ben
As a young man, Peter dropped out of society and became a
sheep rancher in a rolling, lush valley in Wales where he lived,
contented and alone, for 30 years. Then Peter found Ben, an
orphaned lamb who quickly grew into a big woolly sheep.
A friendship story between a man and sheep. (UK, Short
Documentary, BIFF 2009, 10 min. Directed by Pinny Gryliss)
2. Pee Shy
A group of scouts are led by Dan, the emotionally sadistic
Scoutmaster-from-Hell who torments the troop with spooky
campfre stories late into the night. One night, Dan tells a
story so scary that Bobby pees in his pants, and it seems that
the troop is about to become part of the scariest story of all.
(USA, Short Film, BIFF 2005, 15 min. Directed by Deb Hagan.)
3. The Date
Tino, 16, has to host a date for Diablo, his familys stud catand
Tinos own manhood is put to the test. (Finland, Short Film,
BIFF 2013, 7 min., Subtitled, Directed by Jenni Toivoniemi.)
4. Saturday Girls
Eva awakens alone in bed in the home of the man she met
and slept with the night before. She discovers that she is not
alone when she meets a little boy, Leon. Eva fnds out that
Arthur, the man she slept with, is not Leons father, but rather
his uncle. Arthur has gone to play golf, as he normally does
every Saturday morning. But who takes care of Leon? (France,
Short Film, BIFF 2013, 15 min., Subtitled, Directed by Emilie
Cherpitel. Audience Award Winner at Aspen Shortsfest.)
5. Date With Fate
Some things are meant to be.whether you like it or not.
(Australia, Short Film, BIFF 2013, 4 min. Directed by Venetia
Taylor. From the 2013 LUNAFEST)
6. Do I Have To Take Care of Everything?
Sini tries frantically to get her family ready to leave for a wedding,
but her husband and two children are interfering with her
Winter BIFF Film
Longmont Senior Services and the Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) have created
an exciting partnership to bring exceptional independent flms to Longmont. A BIFF
representative will present each flm and facilitate a brief discussion. The flms are
projected onto a screen so that they are larger and easier to see.
Time: begins at 5:30 p.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
and cancel if you are not attending
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Humanities/Cultural
Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Rules for Being Human
Activity #184412.00
Time: 9:30 11:00 a.m.
Dates: Tuesdays January 13, 20, 27; February 3
Cost: $2 materials fee is requested for each class,
but no one will be turned away for inability
to pay. Please register in advance.
From "time out of mind" humans have struggled to
understand questions like: Why am I here? What is the
purpose of my life? What happens to me after I leave
this earth? How do I know when I make appropriate
choices? Rules for Being Human were formulated
long before our current time yet seems to make as
much sense today as they did in the time of Lao Tzu.
Join Bobbi Nesheim, PhD, in this lively discussion to
discover Lao Tzus suggestions and uncover your ways
of understanding his messages.
Realities of the Aging Man (for men only)
Activity #184413.00
Time: 9:30 11:00 a.m.
Dates: Wednesdays January 14, 21, 28;
February 11, 18, 25
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
This is a discussion group for men on the issues that
men grapple with as they age. There is no "right"
answer to any question posed, and there is no "wrong"
answer. Sven Erickson will facilitate the group and will
provide some initial remarks or readings to get the
ball rolling on each topic. His outlook is that there is
joy and learning in exploring ideas through all of
your experiences and not in coming up with specifc
answers. Some possible topics include: The meaning
of friendship; Sexual function in senior men; Changes
in overall drive and how to deal with it; Redefning
ourselves as we age; Risk-taking as a senior.
eforts. (Finland, Short Film, BIFF 2013, 7 minutes, Subtitled,
Directed by Selma Vihunen. Nominated for 2014 Academy
Award. Winner of the Best Comedy at Aspen Shortsfest.)
7. Irish Folk Furniture
In rural Ireland, old hand-painted furniture is associated with
hard times. Because of this, much of the countrys furniture
heritage lies rotting in barns and sheds. In this remarkable flm,
the director uses stop-motion animation to breathe life into
16 disregarded pieces of furniture, which are then returned
to the homes they once inhabited. (Ireland, Short Animation,
BIFF 2013, 8 min. Directed by Tony Donoghue. Short flm jury
award for animation at the Sundance Film Festival)
8. 9 Meter
In this sensitive flm, 16-year-old Daniel is a major long-
jumping talent who constantly breaks his own records. His
mother is in a coma, but Daniel experiences that when he
tells his mother about a new record, she reacts by moving
a fnger. In a desperate attempt to avoid doctors shutting
of his mothers life support, Daniel starts to jump between
extremely high rooftops. (Not for the vertiginous viewer.)
(Denmark, Short Film, BIFF 2013, 17 min., Subtitled, Directed
by Anders Walter)
Documented
Activity #184415.04
Date: Tuesday, February 3
Before American Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Jose
Antonio Vargas announced he was an undocumented
immigrant in the New York Times, he began making
this flm to record what he was about to go through.
Vargas has been living in the U.S. illegally since he was
brought from the Philippines at age 12 to live with his
grandparents, where teachers and school administrators
helped him gain college admission, a drivers license and
employment. He later landed a job at the The Washington
Post. For the flm, Vargas sent a camera back to the
Philippines to interview his mother, whom he hasnt seen
in 20 years because he cant leave the U.S. In this gripping,
emotional flm, Vargas tells his story and the stories of
some of the millions brought to the country illegally as
children who would beneft from a path to permanent
residency under the stalled Dream Act. (USA/Philippines,
Feature Documentary, 2013, 89 min. Written and directed
by Jose Antonio Vargas, Co-director Ann Lupo)
BONUS: Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF)
Dates: March 5-8, 2015
Cost: Varies. They may be providing the Longmont Senior Center with some FREE tickets to select screenings. Please check
with Kari (303-651-8495) at the beginning of February for more information.

BIFF will again bring flms and flmmakers from around the world to a four-day celebration of the art of cinema to Boulder.
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Humanities/Cultural
Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Spanish Films
This quarter, the Spanish Conversation Group will present three flms and all of them will have English subtitles.
Time: begins at 1:30 p.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
Hello, Hemingway
Activity #184422.01
Date: Friday, December 5
This powerful drama set in 1956 Cuba centers on
young Larita, an intelligent girl who dreams of
studying in America. Brought up in an impoverished
family, Larita tries to win a scholarship to continue
her education. While working to overcome her
disadvantages, Larita fnds inspiration in the stories of
Ernest Hemingway, especially his book "The Old Man
and the Sea", whose main character's circumstances
mirror her own. (1990, 84 min.)
Guantanamera
Activity #184422.02
Date: Friday, January 2
When her aunt dies soon
after coming to visit,
Gina takes the body to Havana, accompanied by the
womans aging sweetheart. To their annoyance, Ginas
husband, an undertaker with political ambitions,
takes charge of the journey. Gina begins to fall in
love with someone else when the group repeatedly
crosses paths with a playboy trucker. (1995, 104 min.)
Cuba Mia
Activity #184422.03
Date: Friday, February 6
In the spirit of The Buena Vista Social Club, this
powerful documentary from flmmaker Cecilia
Domeyko introduces the Camerata Romeu, a rare
group of female musicians with a woman conductor --
one of the most popular acts in Cuba. As the musicians'
story unfolds, the flm also presents a cross-section of
other Cuban and Latin American artists, resulting in
an experience that's as entertaining to listen to as it is
to watch. (2005, 86 min.)
City of Longmont Emergency ALERT -
If police & fire had to reach you in an emergency, could they?
Anyone living within Longmont city limits that no longer has a landline in their home and wants to receive police
and fire emergency notifications (known as reverse 9-1-1) must register. If you own additional communication
devices, i.e., cell phones, VoIP (voice over Internet protocol), email, etc., you will also want to sign up for this
service as it provides a number of additional ways in which emergency information can be disseminated
quickly. You can sign up yourself at www.ci.longmont.co.us/police. If we cant reach you, we cant alert you.
Front Range Community College is seeking
volunteers to speak English with their
English as a Second Language students.
Please call: Barbara Ulrich at FRCC.
Conversational English
Speakers Wanted
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Humanities/Cultural
Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
The Progressive Era
Activity #184307.00
Date: Wednesday, January 14
Time: 1:00 2:30 pm
Cost: $2.00 resident, $3.00 non-resident
Tackling scores upon scores of problems after the
age of cynicism. Tycoons dominated the late 1800s,
often to the detriment of the farmers and laborers
who couldnt muster much political power. They
tried to organize the Populists party to fght back,
but their eforts were thwarted. Then, a progressive
spirit swept the middle class after the turn of the 20th
century and enacted all the reforms the Populists
sought and then some. Paul Flanders will provide the
insight to this era for you.
The Romantic History of Rocky
Mountain National Park
Activity #184308.00
Date: Wednesday, January 21
Time: 1:00 2:30 pm
Cost: $4.00 resident, $5.00 non-resident
Rocky Mountain National Park was established on
January 26, 1915 which means we are celebrating
its centennial. In this presentation you will learn
about the interesting characters associated with the
park and surrounding cities. Important events that
occurred in the park will be shared such as the Big
Thompson Flood of 1976. We will also take a tour
through the park via pictures. Speaker: Ed Weising
Abraham Lincoln and Mysticism
Activity #184309.00
Date: Wednesday, February 11
Time: 1:00 2:30 pm
Cost: $2.00 resident, $3.00 non-resident
The 16th President of the United States is considered
our nations fnest, yet he was a dark horse to win the
Republican nomination and received only 39% of the
popular vote. A case can be made that he was a God-
send at a time when the fedging republic need him
the most. Paul Flanders will inform and entertain as
he gives an overview of this great mans legacy.
David Mofat
Activity #184310.00
Date: Wednesday, February 18
Time: 1:00 2:30 pm
Cost: $4.00 resident, $5.00 non-resident
Mofat was one of Denver's most important fnanciers
and industrialists in late 19th and early 20th century. In
Colorado he was responsible for the development of
the Middle Park area. He served as president, treasurer
and as a board member of railroads, banks and city
government posts. Over the years he had claims to over
one hundred Colorado mines and nine railroads.However,
not all saw him as the entrepreneur he claimed to be, hear
the rest of the story with our speaker, Larry Ralston.
Superstars in Colorado History
Activity #184311.00
Date: Wednesday, February 25,
Time: 1:00 2:30 pm
Cost: $4.00 resident, $5.00 non-resident
Many nationally famous people have lived in
Colorado. We will be looking at the best of the best
in several categories: athletes, entrepreneurs, doctors,
entertainers, artists & sculptors, musicians and writers.
75 years ago Hattie McDaniel, who was born and
raised in Denver, became the frst African-American
to receive an Academy Award, she will be one of our
featured superstars. Speaker: Ed Weising
American History
Presented by 3 different instructors, all with a passion
for sharing history and making it interesting.
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Charlie Chaplin
& the Silent Film Era
Activity #184312.01
Date: Tuesday, January 27
Time: 10:30 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $4.00 resident, $5.00 non-resident
Join Active Minds for a journey to the era of the silent
flm and a visit with one of its greatest stars, Charlie
Chaplin. We will explore the unique artistic elements
that make silent flms appreciated by audiences
young and old and get to know the life and work of
Charlie Chaplin, including his role in founding United
Artists with Mary Pickford and others as well as the
circumstances surrounding his exile from the United
States for nearly 20 years.
A Musical Salute to Winter!
Activity #184312.02
Date: Thursday, February 5
Time: 10:00:00 11:00 a.m.
Cost: $4.00 resident, $5.00 non-resident
Composers have always been inspired by the world
around them, particularly the ever-changing whims
of nature. In the hands of these music-makers,
winter becomes more than a few months of cold.
The beauty of snowfall, the introspective gloom of
gray days, the quiet of a forest, the bareness of trees,
the longing for life to be renewed are all captured in
great works by Antonio Vivaldi, Jean-Baptiste Lully,
Peter Tchaikovsky, Claude Debussy, Franz Schubert
and others (including Paul Simon!). We'll sample a
numberof these, so be sure to bundle up.
The Life and Legacy of Malcolm X
Activity #184312.03
Date: Friday, February 6
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Cost: $4.00 resident, $5.00 non-resident
In honor of Black History Month:
Join Active Minds for a look at the life and legacy of
Malcolm X, an African-American Muslim minister and
a human rights activist. We will look at both sides of
Malcolm Xs life. To his admirers he was a courageous
advocate for the rights of blacks, but his detractors
accused him of preaching racism and violence. We
will examine how Malcolm Xs eforts impacted
history and how his ideas continue to infuence our
society today.
Composers in Love
Activity #184312.04
Date: Thursday, February 19
Time: 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Cost: $4.00 resident, $5.00 non-resident
Many a pop star has penned a love song to his wife or
girlfriend -- but so have a number of great composers.
The newly married Bach wrote a littleditty expressing
his devotion to his second wife. Schumann, Grieg,
Richard Strauss and many others similarly honored
their spouses. We'll hear Wagner's Christmas Morning
surprise to his wife, and Mozart's "audition" aria
for his bride, hoping to win over his disapproving
father. Beethoven never wed, but that didn't stop
him from setting to music some poems pining for "a
distant beloved." In this Active Minds program, we'll
sample these musical valentines, as we learn about
the women who stirred powerful emotions of love in
these great composers.
Active Minds Series:
Active Minds is an organization that provides high quality educational opportunities through a variety of topics.
Active Minds provides programming to over 200 organizations and has over 30 highly qualifed instructors on
staf, we chose this series that covers a little music and flm, please join us in learning about these topics.
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Resource Education
Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Medicare Basics Classes
Activity #184507.12 December 15
Activity #184507.01 January 20
Activity #184507.02 February 17
Time: 10:00 a.m. noon
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
Medicare Basics classes are ofered by the Boulder
County Area Agency on Aging Medicare Counselors.
Information is provided about Medicare enrollment,
benefts, costs, what and how Medicare pays,
choices under Medicare plans, how they work, and
prescription drug coverage. Call the Senior Center at
303-651-8411 to register.
Caregiver Training and Tools
Boulder County Area Agency on Aging provides
training courses for family caregivers throughout
the county. If you would like tools to increase your
self-care or want to acquire skills for providing safe,
confdent home care for an elderly family member,
please contact Emily Cooper at 303-678-6116 or
InfoCaregiver@bouldercounty.org.
Lunch Bunch
Mondays, 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
This weekly supportive group is for those in the early
to moderate stages of memory loss who are beginning
to have some difculties with the complexities of
everyday living. It is an opportunity for engaging in
conversation, socializing, and stimulating activities.
Caregivers also attend along with those with memory
loss. The group meets at Atria Longmont and the
Bridge. Call Brandy at 303-651-8414 to discuss joining
the Lunch Bunch. Thanks to: Atria Longmont, The
Bridge, Home Care of the Rockies, Home Well Senior
Care, and AccentCare Home Health.
Wellness & Health Education
LONGMONT REBATES:
The Senior Center income tax volunteers also
prepare the Colorado 104 PTC and are the
only site to process City of Longmont rebate
forms. The City of Longmont form includes
property tax/rent rebate, water, parks fee
refund and electric discount. If individuals are
filing ONLY a City of Longmont rebate and/
or state 104 PTC, not a tax return, then no
appointment is necessary and persons can
walk in on Tuesdays and Thursdays, (February
3 through April 9) from 9:00 to 11:00 am.
See page 1 for details regarding a
general activity scholarship and a fitness
scholarship available to older adults. These
scholarships are funded by the Friends of
the Senior Center.
Activity and Fitness
Scholarships Available
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Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Wellness & Health Education
Living with Alzheimers:
For Middle Stage Caregivers
Activity #185017.01
Date: Mondays, December 15 and 22
Time: 9:00 a.m. Noon
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
In the middle stage of Alzheimers disease, those who
were care partners now become hands-on caregivers.
Join us and hear caregivers and professionals discuss
helpful strategies to provide safe, efective and
comfortable care in the middle stage of Alzheimers.
Presented by the Alzheimer's Association.
Longmont Parkinson's Support
Group - Evening Discussion Series
Dates: Monday, December 15; Tuesdays,
January 20 and February 17
Time: 6:00 7:00 p.m.
Join members of the Longmont Parkinson's Group
for an evening session. Members will discuss recent
events related to Parkinson's disease as well as
research and review materials on the Internet. This
group also features an online component via Google
Hangouts for anyone who wants to participate in
the evening session but is unable to travel to the
Longmont Senior Center. For more information or to
get an invitation to Google hangouts, contact Tom
Hubner at 303-678-7089 or thub321@yahoo.com.
Adjusting to Lifes Changes:
A Support Group
Dates: Thursdays, January 8- February 26
Time: 4:00 6:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance with
Brandy Queen, 303-651-8414
Not all losses are about death- adjusting to life's changes
can involve many kinds of loss. If you are struggling
with retirement, downsizing, decreased independence,
changes in your abilities, or an accumulation of losses
over the years, this is the group for you. We can work
together to fnd a "new normal" in life. Our sessions are
all confdential. Peer Counselors Audrey Rowe and
Sharon Sohns will facilitate this group.
Winter Food Choices
for Health and Wellness
Activity #185018.01
Date: Thursday, January 15
Time: 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
Cost: $4.00 resident, $5.00 non-resident
This class is designed for anyone who would like
to learn about specifc foods and nutrients that are
essential in the winter diet to stay worm and strong and
to avoid common winter infections. The participants
will learn about winter food preparation and have a
chance to taste a seasonal wholesome dish prepared
by the instructor, Uzula Bunting, the founder of UB
Well LLC., a nutrition and wellness business.
Know the 10 Signs:
Early Detection Matters
Activity #185019.01
Date: Wednesday, February 11
Time: 1:00 3:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
If you or someone you know is experiencing memory
loss or behavioral changes, its time to learn the facts.
Early detection of Alzheimers disease gives you a
chance to begin drug therapy, enroll in clinical studies
and plan for the future. This interactive workshop
features video clips of people with Alzheimers
disease as a way to highlight the challenges they face
every day. Presented by the Alzheimer's Association.
Staying at Home Safely:
Tips and Resources
Activity #185020.01
Date: Friday, February 13
Time: 3:00 5:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE, but please register in advance
A workshop for older adults who choose to age in
place and maintain their quality of life. This workshop
will help you plan how to make your current or future
home or apartment as safe as possible from falls and
trips, how to fnd a trusted and afordable in-home
caregiver, what resources are already available to you,
and how to fnd community support for your decision.
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Meditation
Activity #185001.12
Date: Thursdays, December 4, 11, 18
Time: 10:00 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $24.00 resident, $29.00 non-resident
Activity #185001.01
Date: Thursdays, January 8, 15, 22, 29
Time: 10:00 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $32.00 resident, $38.00 non-resident
Activity #185001.02
Date: Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, 26
Time: 10:00 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $32.00 resident, $38.00 non-resident
The purpose of the meditation instruction is:
Rest and relaxation
Clarity and focus of the mind
Releasing suppressed/repressed emotions from
the mind
Experiencing peace, love and joy within
In each session Yogacharya Dharmananda will ofer
diferent techniques for meditation, to help you
discover what resonates with you. The techniques
will generally include exercises for breathing,
visualization,
memory stimulation,
transforming
negative emotions
to positive ones,
devotion, and silent
observation of the
activities of the
mind. Swamiji is a
preeminent scholar
and teacher of the
Science of Yoga,
Hindu Philosophy
and Comparative
Religion.
Some Favorite Holiday Stories
Activity #185021.00
Date: Friday, December 5
Time: 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Cost: $2.00 resident, $2.50 non-resident
Everybody has a favorite holiday story; every storyteller
has a few too. Its such a busy season that we may
need to settle in, warm up and consider a couple of
questions that can be answered in a few classic tales.
Is this the only time of year for giving?
Whats Christmas without a train story?
Whats in the stars for us this New Year?
Come and enjoy some stories that keep your listening
skills keen, spark your imagination and lift your spirits
of the season.
For over 25 years, Kathleen Santopietro Weddel has
told adult stories for businesses, schools, churches,
libraries, health care facilities, and personal parties.She
is also an adult educator with a background in English
as a Second Language. Kathleen is a member of
the National Storytelling Network, Rocky Mountain
Storytellers, and the Northern Colorado Storytellers.
The Power of Gratitude
Activity #185016.01
Date: Wednesday, December 10
Time: 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Cost: FREE, and please register in advance
According to Dr. Ira Byock, author of "The Four
Things that Matter Most", expressing and receiving
gratitude are critical to our health and quality
of life. In this season of giving and thanksgiving,
lets explore the benefits of practicing gratitude
in our lives. When we focus on our blessings, our
problems seem to lose strength, and we can bring
more joy into our lives. Peggy Arnold, M.A., Program
Coordinator of AgeWell, and Brandy Queen, LPC,
Seniors Counselor, invite you to join us in learning
more about the power of gratitude.
AgeWell
A SERVICE OF LONGMONT UNITED HOSPITAL
Wellness & Health Services
Winter 2014-15 Programs
at the Longmont Senior Center
Call 303-651-5080 for further information;
Call 303-651-8411 to register.
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Wellness & Health Services
Advance Directives
Activity #185002.12 Thursday, December 11
Activity #185002.01 Thursday, January 8
Activity #185002.02 Thursday, February 12
Time: 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Cost: $5.00 resident, $6.00 non-resident
Please note: These are separate workshops, not a series.
There is no better time than the present to consider
and clarify your wishes for medical treatment in
the event you cannot speak for yourself. Preparing
documents expressing those wishes ahead of time
is a true gift to yourself, as well as your loved ones
and your physician, relieving them of the uncertainty
of how you want to be treated. In this workshop,
we will review the various documents related to
advance planning (medical power of attorney, living
will, Five Wishes) and provide you with the necessary
materials. Facilitated by Peggy Arnold, M.A., Program
Coordinator of Live Well, Age Well.
Youve Got a Lot of Nerve(s)!
Activity #185023.00
Date: Thursday, January 22
Time: 9:30 11:00 a.m.
Cost: FREE, and please register in advance
Our nervous systems are vast, complex control and
communication networks that connect us both
internally and with the outside world. Until something
goes wrong with this system, we tend to take it for
granted, but a diagnosis of stroke or neuropathy, of
sciatica or Parkinsons, or one of many other nervous
system disorders can suddenly throw us into a tailspin.
Pierre Pavot, D.O., Board Certifed Adult Neurologist,
will share information about common and some
less common neurological problems that arise in
later adulthood. Dr. Pavot treats patients with nearly
any neurological problem, but his areas of interest
include neuromuscular disorders and sports related
concussion.
What Happens If My Heart Stops?
Activity #185024.00
Date: Thursday, February 26
Time: 9:30 11:00 a.m.
Cost: FREE, and please register in advance
February is Heart Month, so what better time to learn
more about cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)? Is
it just like how its portrayed on TV? How efective is
it really, especially with older adults? What is a CPR
Directive and when would you want one? Our panel
of expertsa paramedic, an LUH Emergency Dept.
doctor, and a primary care physicianwill help us
understand the reality of CPR and weigh all the facts,
so we can make well-informed decisions regarding
this procedure. Please note: This is NOT a program
to teach you how to perform CPR!
CORE VALUES: Maintaining
an amazing active life with
abdominal, hip and back strength!
Activity #185022.00 Cost: FREE, Register in advance
Date: Tuesday, January 6
Time: Noon 1:00 p.m.
Grandkids, gardening, grocery shopping, walking,
hiking and getting up of of the couch! Think of all
the things you can do with strong tummy, back and
hips otherwise known as the CORE. Come and enjoy
an entertaining lecture on how to engage the proper
core muscles to keep you moving and engaged in life.
*Standing and getting on the foor are NOT required
just bring your sense of humor.
Todays presenter, Tammy Wergin, works with
AgeWell assisting community members in strategies
to prepare for positive, healthy exchanges with their
physicians and the health care system. She is also
a Reiki Master/Energy Therapist with Longmont
United Hospital Health Center of Integrated
Therapies and a Pilates/Exercise Specialist in the
Health Ambitions Dept.
FREE TAX PREPARATION
TCE (Tax Counseling for the Elderly) is
an IRS-sponsored program staffed by
fully trained and certified volunteers,
who can prepare Colorado state and
federal income taxes.
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Wellness & Health Services
Wellness Clinic -
The Nurse Is In! - Every Monday
Time: 9:00 a.m. noon
WALK-IN OPEN TO ALL
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
We are moving from a "sick care" to a "health care"
model that focuses on your wellness goals and supports
you in achieving them. Be proactive and preventive
about your health care by stopping by our ofce to
explore the possibilities with our nurse, who can check
your vital signs, as well. If you need more time, you can
schedule a wellness consult with the nurse.
Therapeutic Services
Various forms of massage therapy to meet your
unique needs are available at the AgeWell ofce.
Detailed information describing the therapies, fees,
and schedules is available there. Please stop by or call
303-651-5080 to schedule an appointment.
Advance Planning Assistance Services
We can help you review and update your advance
medical directives (living will, medical power of
attorney, Five Wishes) or provide you with new
documents. We can also discuss ethical wills and
other forms of personal legacies, if you wish. Call
303-651-5080 for an appointment with the AgeWell
Program Coordinator.
Foot Care Clinic
Date: 2nd & 4th Fridays
Time: Noon 4:45 p.m.
Cost: $45.00 for 1st assessment, $32.00 for follow-up
visits. There is an extra charge for home visits
or special needs.
Foot care is ofered by a registered nurse and includes
short foot massage, foot bath, and nail and callous
care. Perfect for those with diabetes and anyone who
may have special foot care needs. Other times also
available at alternate sites. Call Summer Cares LLC at
303-651-5224 for an appointment.
Chronic Pain Support Group
Dates: 1st Tuesday, Longmont Senior Center
3rd Saturday, Longmont United Hospital
Time: 1:00 2:30 p.m.
This group was created to support anyone sufering
from the stress or discomfort of chronic pain,
regardless of its origin, by providing diferent
pathways to relief, inspiring new understanding and
acceptance, and encouraging the enjoyment of each
individual life. Please join us as we seek alternative
and collaborative methods to healing and relief. For
further information, contact Jen Radke, RN, Group
Facilitator, 303-678-4910.
The Power of Gratitude
Join us in learning more about the power of gratitude.
See page 29 in the GO.
Wellness & Health Services provided by AgeWell
Ofce Hours: Mondays 9:00 a.m. noon
& Tuesdays through Thursdays 9:00 a.m. noon & 1:00 4:00 p.m. Closed: Fridays
Telephone: 303-651-5080 Location: Longmont Senior Center
AgeWell
A SERVICE OF LONGMONT UNITED HOSPITAL
File of Life
If you are home alone and suddenly become ill,
how would the paramedics know your specific
medical needs and whom to call for you? If you are
in a car accident and unconscious, how would the
emergency responders know about your allergies
and medical status? You can prepare yourself for
these medical emergencies by posting the File
of Life prominently on your refrigerator. First
responders are trained to look for this information
on refrigerators. Also, consider carrying the File
of Life in your car and in your wallet or purse.
This handy, concise card contains information
that details your medical conditions, allergies,
and medications. It also lists your emergency
contacts and insurance information. You can get
your free cards from Boulder County CareConnect,
303-443-1933. www.careconnectbc.org, or at the
Senior Center.
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CLASS ACTIVITY # DAYS/TIME DATES COST
Aerobic Fitness
No class Jan. 19 or Feb. 16
Drop-In
Mon./Wed./Fri.
8:009:00 a.m.
Ongoing
$36 for 18 classes
$20 for 10 classes
Core
Strengthening
No class Jan. 19 or Feb. 16
186021.12
186021.01
186021.02
Mondays
9:3010:15 a.m.
Dec. 1-29
Jan. 5-26
Feb. 2-23
$25 (R) $30 (NR)
$15 (R) $18 (NR)
$15 (R) $18 (NR)
Chair Yoga
186022.01
186022.02
Tuesdays
12:151:15 p.m.
Jan. 6 27
Feb. 3 - 24
$24 (R) $29 (NR)
$24 (R) $29 (NR)
Feldenkrais Regain
Youthful Movement
Free class: Jan. 6 and Feb. 3
186023.01
186023.02
Tuesdays
10:0011:00 a.m.
Jan. 13-27
Feb. 10-24
$24 (R) $29 (NR)
$24 (R) $29 (NR)
Feldenkrais
Sit, Stand, Walk
Free class: Jan. 8 and Feb. 5
186024.01
186024.02
Thursdays
2:003:00 p.m.
Jan. 15 29
Feb. 12 26
$24 (R) $29 (NR)
$24 (R) $29 (NR)
Line Dance, Beginning
186003.12
186003.01
186003.02
Wednesdays
1:452:45 p.m.
Dec. 3-31
Jan. 7-28
Feb. 4-25
$25 (R) $30 (NR)
$20 (R) $24 (NR)
$20 (R) $24 (NR)
Line Dance, Advanced
186012.12
186012.01
186012.02
Tuesdays
1:302:30 p.m.
Dec. 2-30
Jan. 6-27
Feb. 3-24
$25 (R) $30 (NR)
$20 (R) $24 (NR)
$20 (R) $24 (NR)
Pilates
No class Jan. 19 or Feb. 16
186004.12
186004.01
186004.02
Mondays
12:301:30 p.m.
Dec. 1-29
Jan. 5-26
Feb. 2-23
$40 (R) $48 (NR)
$24 (R) $29 (NR)
$24 (R $29 (NR)
Pilates
186005.12
186005.01
186005.02
Wednesdays
12:301:30 p.m.
Dec. 3-31
Jan. 7-28
Feb. 4-25
$40 (R) $48 (NR)
$32 (R) $38 (NR)
$32 (R $38 (NR)
Tai Chi for Everyone
186007.12
186007.01
186007.02
Tuesdays
11:0011:45 a.m.
Dec. 2-30
Jan. 6-27
Feb. 3-24
$35 (R) $42 (NR)
$28 (R) $34 (NR)
$28 (R) $34 (NR)
Wu Tai Chi, Beginning
186009.12
186009.01
186009.02
Wednesdays
4:005:00 p.m.
Dec. 3-31
Jan. 7-28
Feb. 4-25
$40 (R) $48 (NR)
$32 (R) $38 (NR)
$32 (R $38 (NR
Wu Tai Chi, Advanced
186010.12
186010.01
186010.02
Wednesdays
5:006:00 p.m.
Dec. 3-31
Jan. 7-28
Feb. 4-25
$40 (R) $48 (NR)
$32 (R) $38 (NR)
$32 (R $38 (NR)
Yoga for Active Adults
No class Jan. 19 or Feb. 16
186011.12
186011.01
186011.02
Mondays
2:003:00 p.m.
Dec. 1-29
Jan. 5-26
Feb. 2-23
$40 (R) $48 (NR)
$24 (R) $29 (NR)
$24 (R $29 (NR)
Zumba Gold Drop In
Tues. 9:3010:30
Thurs. 12:301:30
Ongoing
$36 for 18 sessions
$20 for 10 sessions
Exercise
Exercise & Fitness Classes
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Chair Yoga
You might feel that you just "don't bend that way" or
might not be able to keep up with others in a class, or
have physical limitations that prevent you from easily
moving up from and down to the floor or standing for a
full hour. Enter chair yoga, a gentle style of yoga you can
do from a (mostly) seated position that also incorporates
the breathing and mind-body benefits of a traditional
class. Yoga offers many benefits, from reduced stress
to improved strength and flexibility. But it can also be
intimidating to some people. Yoga offers many benefits,
from reduced stress to improved strength and flexibility.
Aerobic Fitness Class
Registration is ongoing. This fun, uplifting class
provides aerobic exercises to improve your health,
make you feel good, and start your day with positive
energy. The Y.M.C.A. provides instructors. Jeanie is
a long time fitness advocate and teacher, and her
students love the class. It is a great workout. If you
have never tried this class, we offer the first one free
so you can try the activity. It is never too late to start
exercising and improving your health.
CORE STRENGTHENING
Using a variety of equipment such as balls, bands,
steps, mats on the floor and standing, youll learn
ways to strengthen and stretch your core muscles
which keep us upright, walking, bending, and moving
in a healthy manner. No aerobics, just working on
muscles, alignment, and being strong for our daily
chores and routines.
Feldenkrais: Regain
Your Youthful Movement
As we age, our abilities decline thereby compromising
our balance, range of motion and our adaptability to
new situations. Turn back the clock with Feldenkrais
lessons. Each Feldenkrais class explores a new
movement sequence that invigorates your brain and
nervous system with new ways of organizing and
sensing your movement. The result? A more youthful
feeling of movement, improved balance and better
outlook on life. FIRST CLASS EACH MONTH is FREE SO
YOU can try it before you enroll.
Feldenkrais: Sitting,
Standing and Walking
Sitting, standing and walking - they can all be
challenging at times. This class will develop your
ability to sit more comfortably, stand with greater
ease and awareness and improve your walking.
Benefits include: better balance, improved posture
and greater endurance. FIRST CLASS EACH MONTH is
FREE SO YOU can try it before you enroll.
Beginning Line Dance
Are you looking for fun? Look no further. Join Terry
Wallace, your instructor, in this wonderful form of
exercise. For those who love music and want to learn
some dance steps for their repertoire, this is for YOU!
The benefits of line dancing are many control
high blood pressure and cholesterol, manage stress,
strengthen bones and muscles without hurting
your joints, and improve your balance. Not only is it
a physical activity, it will keep your brain active, and
you get to socialize and have a lot of fun all at once.
Check out one of our most popular classes!
Advanced Line Dance
If you have been taking Terrys line dance for some
time, or are experienced at line dance steps and can
move along to the faster tunes, this is for you. Terry
will continue some of the group favorites and teach
new dance steps to keep you motivated. This is one
of the greatest forms of exercise for all the reasons
listed above in the beginner class.
Nordic Walking - Will not be offered this winter, it will
return in the Spring. Please consider the Feldenkrais:
Sit, Stand, Walk class on Thursday afternoons. See
description above.
Pilates
Discover this popular modality of core
strengthening and improve your flexibility, relieve
joint pain, and increase your peace of mind and
breathing capacity. Kathy Kerr, certified Pilates
instructor, will give you individual attention and
focus. All levels of fitness welcome. Most work will
be done on the floor on a mat.
Exercise & Fitness Classes
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Exercise
Exercise & Fitness Classes
Tai Chi for Everyone
Come experience Tai Chi exercise perfect
for people of all abilities. This class is able to be
modified for those choosing to sit or stand, good
for people with balance concerns or chronic
ailments such as arthritis, Parkinsons, or MS. Tai Chi
is a practice of "relaxation in motion" with benefits
for balance, breathing, and overall wellness. The
martial techniques within the form will also be
explored. Please wear loose fitting clothes and
comfortable shoes. Instruction by Lorene Nardell.
Beginning Wu Tai Chi
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese art consisting of relaxed,
slow movements that serve to release tension in the
body and enhance posture, balance, and strength. In
the beginning level youll learn the basic movements
to achieve good body alignment, balance, and
coordination. Taught by Lillian Koenigsberg.
Advanced Wu Tai Chi
At the advanced level, youll learn movements
that will challenge your coordination and mental,
emotional, and physical balance. In addition to that,
youll learn techniques that require the relaxation of
the large outer muscles and the use of smaller inner
or structural muscles. Previous enrollment in Wu Tai
Chi required. Lillian Koenigsberg will advise you if
you have the skills to enroll in the advanced lessons.
Yoga for Active Adults
Experience for yourself how yoga is a great way
to improve total well-being. Flexibility, strength,
balance, breathing, and relaxation will be taught.
Participants should be able to get up and down off
the floor, since we explore reclining, sitting, and
standing poses. Please bring 1 sturdy blanket or
2 large beach towels and a yoga mat, if you have
one. New students please come to the first class 10
minutes early. Instructor: Gwyn Cody.
Zumba Gold
The easy to follow program that lets you move
to the beat at your own pace. Its an invigorating
group dance-fitness class that feels fresh, and most
of all energizing! Zumba Gold provides modified,
low impact moves for active older adults. Get rid
of stress, improve your cardio fitness and balance
by moving with the music and our instructor, Ana
"Neney" Sheffield.
Senior Conditioning
An "All in one" workout using various types of
equipment to work different muscle groups. Learn
proper techniques and body alignment.
Days: Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building
Fee: Daily admission, $4.00 resident,
$5.00 non-resident, or use a Recreation pass
Senior Strength Training
Increase bone mass and muscle strength while
improving balance and posture. Reduce risk from
injury by building and toning muscles.
Days: Tuesday and Thursday 9:15-10:15 a.m.
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building
Fee: Daily admission, $4.00 resident,
$5.00 non-resident, or use a Recreation pass
Senior Exercise classes at St. Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave.
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Exercise
Exercise & Fitness Classes
SilverSneakers Fitness Program
The City of Longmont, Longmont Recreation Center is pleased to
announce that it is now part of SilverSneakers The Fitness program is
designed for Medicare participants with select insurance plans. Please
stop by the Longmont Recreation Center front desk to check SilverSneakers eligibility. The program
includes facility amenities and group fitness classes as well as unlimited access for daily admission to the
Longmont Recreation Center. SilverSneakers group exercise classes offer you the best opportunity to stay
on track toward your health and fitness goals. Our signature classes are designed specifically for older adults
and taught by specially trained, certified instructors. You are sure to find a class that suits your need abilities.
Find out more, call Heather @ 303-774-4718 or stop by the Longmont Recreation Center and get signed up!
SilverSneakers Orientation
A facility orientation will be held for SilverSneakers
participants the first and third week of the month.
The orientation will provide a tour of the facility and
an overview of the fitness equipment. Optional, but
please sign up at the front desk.
Location: Longmont Recreation Center
Fee: Free for SilverSneakers participants
Dates/Times: Thursdays 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Dec 4, Jan 8, Feb 5
Thursdays 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Dec 18, Jan 22, Feb 19

SilverSneakers Classic
Have fun and move to the music through a variety
of exercises designed to increase muscular strength,
range of movement, and activity for daily living skills.
Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and
a ball are offered for resistance, and chair is used for
seated and/or standing support.
Days/Times: Tuesday and Thursday 8:45 - 9:30 a.m.

SilverSneakers Yoga
Yoga will move your whole body through a complete
series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support
is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed
to increase flexibility, balance, and range of movement.
Restorative breathing exercises and final relaxation
will promote stress reduction and mental clarity.
Days/Times: Monday and Wednesday 9:15 10 a.m.,
Wednesdays & Fridays 10:15 11 a.m.
& Fridays 11:15 a.m. - noon
SilverSneakers Circuit
Combine fun with fitness to increase your
cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with
a standing circuit workout. Upper-body strength
work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with
handles, and a SilverSneakers ball is alternated with
non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is offered
for support, stretching, and relaxation exercises.
Days/Times: Tuesday and Thursday 9:35 - 10:20 a.m.
SilverSneakers Cardio
Get Up & Go with an aerobics class for you - Safe,
heart-healthy, and gentle on the joints. The workout
includes easy-to-follow low-impact movement, and
upperbody strength, abdominal conditioning,
stretching and relaxation exercises designed to
energize your active lifestyle.
Days/Times: Wednesday 1:30 -2: 15 p.m.
SilverSneakers Splash
Activate your aqua urge for variety! SilverSneakers
Splash offers lots of fun shallow-water moves
to improve agility, flexibility, and cardiovascular
endurance. No swimming ability is required, and a
special SilverSneakers kickboard is used to develop
strength, balance, and coordination.
Days/Times: Monday 10:15 11 a.m.
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Exercise
Drop-in Sports & Organized Sport Leagues
Pickleball
Outdoor Courts available: Collyer Park,
located at 6th & Collyer
Indoor courts at the Longmont Recreation Center,
310 Quail Road Longmont CO
Date: Mondays Thursdays
Time: 2:00 4:00 p.m.
Check out this fun, unique game. It is best described
as a hybrid of tennis and badminton.
Your SilverSneakers pass will work for payment for
pickeball. Or, if you prefer, use an activity card or drop-
in fee; payable at the front desk of the Recreation
Center. There are also outdoor pickleball courts at
Collyer Park, located at 6th & Collyer. Drop-in pickleball
happens there on Monday mornings, 9:00 -11:00 a.m.,
during the summer and fall as long as weather permits.
Table Tennis
Date: Wednesdays and Fridays
Time: 9:15 11:00 a.m.
Cost: 50 per session
Join other table tennis enthusiasts for some friendly
competition. Equipment provided.
Drop-In Volleyball
Date: Fridays, continues through March 27
Time: 12:30 2:30 p.m.
Location: St. Vrain Memorial Building
700 Longs Peak Ave.
Cost: $2.00 per session (each afternoon) or use a
Senior Center Activity Card (10 or 18 uses).
All levels of players are welcome! You dont have to
be a great player or in great shape to play. Enjoy the
camaraderie of other volleyball enthusiasts and get
some exercise too. This is an ongoing activity.
Volleyball Teams
Calling all volleyball players! The Colorado Senior
Volleyball Association begins the Winter leagues on
January 7. This league is for age 50+ Coed volleyball
teams throughout the Front Range metro area. Here is
some basic information about the league: It is managed
by the Colorado Association of Senior Volleyball.
Longmont teams practice on Mondays from 12:30 p.m.
to 2:30 p.m. at the St. Vrain Memorial Building. Matches
are hosted on Wednesday afternoons throughout
the Front Range and on our home court. Call Theresa
for more information, 303-651-8578 or e-mail her at
theresa.schulte@ci.longmont.co.us.
Senior Softball, ages 50+
The Longmont Senior Center will be participating in the Colorado Senior Softball Association again this year.
Teams are formed by the beginning of March and games begin in April and continue through mid-August.
They are played throughout the Denver metro area on Monday and Wednesday mornings (depending on
what division you are playing in). Practices and home games are hosted at Garden Acres Park (2058 Spencer).
If you have questions or would like to participate, please attend the pre-season meeting or call Kari at (303)
651-8495 for more information.
Senior Softball Pre-season Meeting:
Friday, February 27, 1:00 2:00 pm
We will discuss general information, team formation, and meet other players.
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Exercise
Outdoor Activities
Alpine Skiing, Nordic Skiing
and Snowshoe
RTD and ELDORA Mountain Resort collaborate to
ofer seniors skiing on Tuesdays beginning January
6 and continuing through March 24. The cost for the
round trip RTD SeniorRide to Eldora is $5.00 for those
65+ and $10.00 for all other ages. Please check in at
the Senior Center by 8:00 a.m. The bus will depart
8:15 a.m. The bus will leave the ski area at 2:15 p.m.
for the return ride to Longmont. Cost for a single day
downhill ticket is $34.00 (senior 65+). Cross Country
trail fees were unpublished at the time this catalog
went to print. You may contact Ski Eldora directly at
303-440-8700, regarding ticket prices.
If you have questions regarding this program, call
Theresa at 303-651-8578 or e-mail
Theresa at theresa.schulte@ci.longmont.co.us
Snowshoe Workshop
Activity #187000.00
Date: Monday, January 5
Time: 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Cost: FREE
Join fellow snowshoers at the annual snowshoe
workshop!
For all new and experienced snowshoers;
Learn about the Senior Centers snowshoe program;
Learn about reading Colorado winter weather;
Get pointers on how to snowshoe and have a safe
experience;
Review diferent types of snowshoes, what to wear,
gear to pack, etc;
And more, along with answering your specifc
questions.
Snowshoe Outings
This is a great way to get out and enjoy the outdoors.
When snowshoeing, you should plan to be in the
outdoor elements for a few hours. The distance traveled
will be determined by the groups progress and is based
also on time and conditions. It is important to sign up
for the appropriate level, so that the experience is safe
and enjoyable. The group stays with the leaders. Be sure
to dress warmly and in layers wear waterproof pants,
boots, and outerwear. Remember to bring along water,
snacks, and your lunch. Youll likely be eating on the
trail. You should be in good health and able to hike at a
decent pace. Snowshoeing is strenuous exercise. You are
responsible for your own equipment - snowshoes are
required and poles are highly recommended. Mini bus
transportation is provided. Based on snow conditions,
the destination may change. Refunds are not given
for a change of location. Please read our snowshoe
Newsletter, located at the front desk and on our website,
for more information about our rating system and
other relevant information. If you are unfamiliar with
snowshoeing, equipment, or would like a refresher, we
highly recommend our Snowshoe Workshop.
Days: Thursdays
Check-in: 8:15 a.m.
Depart: 8:30 a.m.
Return: approx 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $8.00 resident, $10.00 non-resident
Jan 15 Bear Lake to Alberta Falls/Glacier Gorge**
Activity #187001.05
Level: easy-moderate
Jan 29 Around Bear Lake to Nymph Lake**
Activity #187001.06
Level: easy-moderate
Feb 12 Peaceful Valley
Activity #187001.09
Level: easy-moderate
Feb 26 Sprague Lake Outer Loop**
Activity #187001.07
Level: moderate
** In Rocky Mountain Nation Park; you will need
a pass, or you can pay a one-day fee.
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Trips are scheduled on various modes of transit:
minibuses, school buses, and coach buses. The style
of bus is dependent upon cost, size of group, and
time and distance traveled, as well as availability
of buses. We always try to be cost efcient and
comfort oriented.
Departure times are defnite. We do not wait for
participants past the designated departure time
either from the Senior Center or returning to the
Senior Center.
Return times are approximate. Please do not
schedule appointments close to the return times;
we never know when delays may occur.
Bus seat assignments are made at the time of
check-in. Participants draw a seat number for
themselves and one other person (shared seating).
These assigned seats are used both going to and
from the trip destination. For extended trips, you will
draw new seats each day.
Cancellations must be received by the dates
printed in The GO if a full credit or refund is to be
given. After that date, a partial credit or refund may
be issued only if the spot is resold. Cancellations
must be processed through the Senior Center.
When possible, the staff will attempt to resell your
spot to the first person on the waiting list, or if it
is last minute and the Senior Center is closed, you
may give your ticket to a person of your choice.
Please call 303-651-8411, if you do so.
Trip Registration:
Trip registration is conducted lottery style
Saturday, November 22, 9:0011:00 a.m.
Lottery information
In fairness for all and to eliminate the need to arrive
early, we will use a lottery format for the frst day
of trip registration. Numbers will be distributed to
participants at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 22.
Corresponding numbers are placed in a tumbler and
drawn randomly. When your number is called, you will
have the opportunity to register for trips. Participants
must be present when their number is called to keep
things running smoothly. If you arrive after the lottery
has started your number will be added to the tumbler
after you are seated. You may register for yourself and
one other senior. A separate Activity Registration Form
is required for each person. REMINDER: when paying
with cash or check, you dont need to wait for your
registration form to be processed.
If you are unable to attend the TRIP registration
kickoff, you may register for trips on the first
business day following the kick off at the front
desk, over the phone at 8:00 a.m., or online at
www.LongmontColorado.gov/rec.
Trip Pick-Up And Return Location
Longmont Senior Center
910 Longs Peak Ave. 303-651-8411
Customers going out on trips, please park your
vehicles at the east end of the parking lot, leaving the
spaces closest to the building for customers coming
and going throughout the day. Check-in takes place
in the lobby. Thank you.
Trip & Registration Information
Note: Please refrain from using
your cell phones while with
the group and on the bus.
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Lunch Wagon
Each month, visit a different restaurant for
a nice or casual lunch, depending on the
restaurant and dining style. Seating limited
to Senior Services minibus.
Biaggis Italian Restaurante,
Loveland
Activity #181037.02 Tuesday, December 2
Activity #181037.09 Tuesday, December 9
Activity #181037.16 Tuesday, December 16
Activity #181037.30 Tuesday, December 30
A casual Italian restaurant ofering an extensive
selection of house-made and imported pastas, soups
& salads, pizza, seafood, steaks and desserts. At
Biaggi's, we believe your dining experience should be
just that... an experience. You'll fnd our comfortable
atmosphere a relaxing place to dine for any occasion.
You can count on our friendly and knowledgeable
staf to deliver a memorable experience each and
every time you visit. Lighter calorie lunches and
Gluten free options on the menu. Price range $10.00
- $15.00 for their lunch selections.
Check-in: 10:45 a.m.
Depart: 11:00 a.m.
Return: 2:00 p.m.
Cost: $7.00 resident, $8.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: Trip escort and transportation.
Sign-up: Begins Nov. 22, cancel by Nov. 26, Dec. 3,
Dec. 10, or Dec. 24 (according to which trip
you are taking) for full refund.
Wildfowers Tea
Room at the Hilltop,
Broomfeld
Activity #181038.06 Tuesday, January 6
Activity #181038.13 Tuesday, January 13
Activity #181038.27 Tuesday, January 27
High Tea: Includes a selection of teas to taste,
homemade scones with English Devonshire cream
and jam, homemade soup or salad, tiered tea plate of
fnger sandwiches, hors d'oeuvres, an assortment of
individual desserts and Champagne or sparkling cider.
Check-in: 10:45 a.m. Depart: 11:00 a.m.
Return: 2:00 p.m.
Cost: $36.00 resident, $42.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: High Tea, trip escort and transportation.
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Dec. 31, Jan. 7,
Jan. 21 (according to which trip you are
taking) for full refund.
Golden Europe Restaurant, Arvada
Activity #181039.07 Saturday, February 7
Activity #181039.14 Saturday, February 14
Activity #181039.21 Saturday, February 21
This is not a typo, this month the lunch wagon will
travel on Saturdays to this delightful restaurant for
Ethnic European Cooking... there is no substitute
for quality. "True to our European roots, we serve
Czech, German and Polish cuisine in a warm and
comfortable atmosphere. We do our sincere best
to ensure our customers a relaxing and enjoyable
dining experience. At the Golden Europe Restaurant,
our food is prepared daily from scratch. Our efort is
to provide you with a delicious home cooked meal.
So sit back, relax and enjoy!" Lunch selections begin
at $11.00 and go up to $14.00.
Check-in: 10:45 a.m. Depart: 11:00 a.m.
Return: 2:30 p.m.
Cost: $7.00 resident, $8.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: Trip escort and transportation.
Sign-up: Begins Nov.22, cancel by February 3, 10,
or 17 (according to which trip you
are taking) for full refund.
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Reserve Casino, Central City
Activity #181005.14
Date: Thursday, December 11
With over 550 of the hottest slots, the latest
progressives, and the very best in video poker,
Reserve has the largest number of jackpots in
Central City. Penny, nickel, quarter, dollar and
five-dollar slots, video poker & keno. The best in
jackpot progressives like Wheel of Fortune, Hot
Shots and Diamond Point Jackpot. All the newest
penny games like Texas Tea, Golden Goddess,
Pirate Battle, and Spartacus. The very best in old
and new reel slots including Red, White and Blue;
Triple and Double; and all your favorite penny reel
games. A huge section of video poker, including
multi-denomination games, 100 Pay and Triple
Play. Ticket-in, Ticket-out.
Check-in: 8:40 a.m.
Depart: 9:00 a.m.
Return: 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $12.00 resident, $15.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by December 5,
for a full refund.
Mardi Gras Casino, Black Hawk
Activity #181006.14
Date: Wednesday, January 7
From hot slots to terrifc table games, youre sure to
live the good life at Golden Mardi Gras Casino. Play
on more than 650 of the most popular slot and video
machines with the modern ease of ticket-in-ticket-out
technology, meaning you can win big bucks without
weighing down your pockets with excess change.
Live it up in this festive New Orleansthemed casino
that has undergone some recent remodeling.
Check-in: 8:40 a.m.
Depart: 9:00 a.m.
Return: 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $12.00 resident, $15.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by January 2,
for a full refund.
Lady Luck, Black Hawk
Activity #181040.14
Date: Tuesday, February 3
Try your luck at one of 500 slot machines, Craps,
Roulette, Black Jack tables, 3-card poker and live
Poker tables. Lady Luck has the latest in popular
games, more winners than ever, delicious food in
Otis & Henry's Restaurant, and the best service in
town.
Check-in: 8:40 a.m.
Depart: 9:00 a.m.
Return: 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $12.00 resident, $15.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by January 27,
for a full refund.
Casino Trips
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I Love Lucy Live (on stage)
Activity #181041.00
Date: Saturday, December 6
I LOVE LUCY LIVE ON
STAGE is the new hit
stage show adapted
from the most beloved
program in television
history! Americas favorite
foursome Lucy, Ricky,
Fred and Ethel is live on
stage and in color for the very frst time!
Its 1952 - imagine stepping back in time onto the
Desilu Playhouse soundstage where a charming host
entertains and enlightens you to the behind-the-
scenes flming process, the 1950s hi-fdelity technology
and this brand-new thing called "television." The
episodes begin and you witness, frsthand, the side-
splitting antics of that crazy redhead in the Ricardos
New York apartment and thrill to the Cuban sounds of
"The Ricky Ricardo Orchestra" at the famed Tropicana
Nightclub. In between scenes? The Crystaltone Singers
perform live advertising jingles of the shows newest
sponsors in perfect 50s style harmony. Can you say
"Brylcreem?!" Performed at the Lincoln Center, Fort
Collins. Lunch not included.
Check-in: 12:10 p.m.
Depart: 12:30 p.m.
Return: 5:30 p.m.
Cost: $69.00 resident, $78.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, show tickets and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by December 1,
for a full refund.
An Irish Christmas
Activity #181043.00
Date: Tuesday, December 16
As recently seen on PBS, we welcome you to a
great Irish night celebrating Christmas in Ireland
with glorious music, traditional dance, storytelling,
laughter and plenty of Irish soul! This wildly popular
show with Kevin Horton of Riverdance leading the
dance, brings just about everything to the table joy,
hope, laughter, friendship, celebration of life through
storytelling, music, song, and dance in a night
that sparkles with life and a bit of magic! Dancing
through the generations over brooms, on half doors,
around butter churns and shoemakers, into the world
of mythology and out again; singing that spins itself
out of the mists and into the familiar Silent Night and
Carol of the Bells, and superb music of the pipes,
futes, fddles, button accordion and bodhrns are just
the beginning of this great Irish night! Performance is
at the Lincoln Center, Fort Collins.
Check-in: 5:40 pm
Depart: 6:00 pm
Return: 10:00 p.m.
Cost: $48.00 resident, $58.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach bus
Includes: Trip escort, show ticket, and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by December 10,
for a full refund.
Cofee & Conversation: Frederic
Remington and Charles Russell
Activity #181042.00
Date: Friday, December 12
Join Wesley Jessup, Director of the Longmont
Museum, for cofee and pastries while he gives an
inside look at the Frederic Remington and Charles
Russell: Masterworks from the Bufalo Bill Center
of the West exhibit. This also includes entry to the
special exhibit and the rest of the museum.
Check-in: 9:30 a.m.
Depart: 9:40 a.m.
Return: 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $9.00 resident, $11.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: Trip escort, presentation, snacks,
exhibit entry, and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Dec 5
for a full refund.
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White Fence Farm and Zoo Lights
Activity #181044.00
Date: Wednesday, December 17
Come and experience a holiday light safari with more
than 36 brilliantly-illuminated acres of lights, featuring
more than 150 animated animal sculptures that swing
through trees, jump across lawns, hide in bushes
and appear in places where theyre least expected.
Humans arent the only species that get to decorate
their lawns this holiday season. Its the perfect way to
light up your holiday spirit! To help keep you warm,
we begin the evening with a scrumptious family-style
chicken dinner at the beautifully decorated White
Fence Farm in Lakewood. (Reminder - Dress warm
and wear comfortable shoes for the zoo. Youll be
walking around outdoors.)
Check-in: 2:15 p.m.
Depart: 2:30 p.m.
Return: 10:00 p.m.
Cost: $52.00 resident, $62.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, dinner, Zoo Lights entry,
and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Dec 10
for a full refund.
How the Grinch
Stole Christmas
Musical
Activity #181045.00
Date: Sunday, December 21
Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The
Musical, is the record-setting Broadway holiday
sensation which features the hit songs "Youre A
Mean One Mr. Grinch" and "Welcome Christmas" from
the original animated special. Max the Dog narrates
as the mean and scheming Grinch, whose heart is
"two sizes too small," decides to steal Christmas away
from the holiday loving Whos. Magnifcent sets and
costumes inspired by Dr. Seuss original illustrations
help transport audiences to the whimsical world of
Whoville and helps remind us of the true meaning of
the holiday season. You are welcome to register with
kids of all ages (minimum age 5). Performance is at
the Buell Theater, Denver. Refreshments sold at the
theater, lunch is NOT included.

Check-in: 11:50 a.m.
Depart: 12:15 p.m.
Return: 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $58.00 resident, $68.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, show ticket and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Dec 15
for a full refund.
Local Lights Tour
Activity #181056.01
Date: Thursday, December 18
Activity #181056.02
Date: Monday, December 22
Well search out some of the best decorations locally
and go for a ride around town to enjoy the holiday
lights in Longmont, followed by a stop at a local place
for pie & cofee or hot chocolate. Food costs on your
own.
Check-in: 5:30 p.m.
Depart: 5:45 p.m.
Return: 9:00 p.m.
Cost: $8.00 resident, $9.50 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: Trip escort and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Dec 11 and 18
respectively for a full refund.
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Downtown Aquarium & Cinzettis
Activity #181046.00
Date: Wednesday, January 14
Today begins with a bufet lunch at Cinzettis Italian
Market Restaurant. It is a marketplace-style display
kitchen that includes 14 exhibition cooking stations
ofering classic Italian food specialties. Afterwards,
we dive into the undersea world at the Downtown
Aquarium in Denver! It features an aquarium
boasting more than a million gallons of underwater
exhibits that highlight fascinating ecosystems around
the world. It also houses over 500 species of animals,
the interactive Stingray Reef touch tank, and various
other amusements. (They are installing a 4D theater
which should be completed by the time we go. More
details and pricing will be available closer to the date
we go; check at the front desk for updates.)
Check-in: 10:15 a.m.
Depart: 10:30 a.m.
Return: 5:30 p.m.
Cost: $51.00 resident, $61.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, lunch, admission & transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Jan 7
for a full refund.
National Ice Core Laboratory Tour
Activity #181047.00
Date: Thursday, January 22
Todays adventure will be to a research facility in
Lakewood. If you are a weather buf, geological student or
just interested in this unique topic, youll learn a lot about
this fascinating place. The ice cores are recovered and
studied for a variety of scientifc investigations, most of
which focus on the reconstruction of past climate states
of the Earth. By investigating past climate fuctuations,
scientists hope to be able to understand the mechanisms
by which climate change is accomplished, and in so
doing, they hope to develop predictive capabilities for
future climate change. Be prepared to enter the "cold
rooms" for about 30 minutes, youll walk through areas
where the temperature ranges from -36 to -10. Bring
your hats, gloves and a warm jacket! Following this cold
exploration of science, you can warm up at "Jus Cookins"
for lunch. Lunch costs will be on your own. Lakewood
has some wonderful local artists, and we are planning a
stop at an artist studio on the way home, the artist is to
be determined, based on availability.
Check-in: 8:15 a.m.
Depart: 8:30 a.m.
Return: 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $25.00 resident, $29.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, guided tour at NICL,
and transportation.
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Jan 14,
for a full refund.
History Colorado - Five Points:
The Cradle of Jazz in the Rockies
Activity #181025.04
Date: Tuesday, January 20
Denver has many historic
neighborhoods with stories
to tellbut Five Points is especially known for its
connections to Denvers early black history and
culture. This "Harlem of the West" attracted such
jazz legends as Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Miles
Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, and Louis Armstrong. While the
neighborhood continues to evolve, its association
with this vibrant past cannot be silenced. Join jazz
musician and historian Purnell Steen and his group
Le Jazz Machine as they bring to life the history and
sounds of Five Points through story and song. Lunch
is not included, so you may want to eat before going
and/or bring a snack with you (although food is not
allowed in the lecture hall.) Lecture is hosted at the
History Colorado Center.
Check-in: 11:15 a.m. Depart: 11:30 a.m.
Return: 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $20.00 resident, $42.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: Trip escort, presentation, and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by January 13
for a full refund.
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Boulders Dinner Theatre:
Fiddler on the Roof
Activity #181048.00
Date: Sunday, January 25
In the little village of Anatevka, Tevye, a poor dairyman,
tries to instill in his fve daughters the traditions of his
thigh-knit Jewish community in the face of changing
social mores and the growing anti-semitism of Czarist
Russia. Rich in historical and ethnic detail, Fiddler on
the Roof has touched audiences around the world
with its humor, warmth, and honesty. The universal
theme of tradition cuts across barriers of race, class,
nationality and religion, leaving audiences crying
tears of laughter, joy, and sadness. The meal will be
served by the performers.
Check-in: 11:15 a.m.
Depart: 11:30 a.m.
Return: 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $67.00 resident, $79.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, lunch, show ticket
and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Jan 16
for a full refund.
Backstage Tour at Denver
Performing Arts Center &
Telephone Museum
Activity #181049.00
Date: Wednesday, January 28
Todays outing will include two tours in Denver (there
will be several blocks to walk and hour + on your
feet plus some steps up to the backstage area). One
tour is the Denver Performing Arts Center, where
youll explore backstage, on a guided tour with Larry
Ralston. Did you know the DCPA is the worlds largest
performance facility under one roof? This 12-acre site
is home to a theater company, opera house and other
resident arts organizations like the Colorado Ballet,
Colorado Symphony and Opera Colorado. Depending
on the performance schedules, there is potential to
see, dressing rooms, costume and design studios, and
on stage as well as learning the multitude of facts
about this gem in Denver.
The second tour is the Telephone Museum, where
you can view museum exhibits and learn about the
preservation of this ever changing device, and learn
of the unfolding history of telecommunications
industry. To best manage these two sites, the big
group will be divided into two smaller groups, one
touring one DCPA while the other tour group visits
the Telephone Museum. There will be a lunch stop,
at the Back Stage Cofeehouse, soup and sandwich
choices will be provided to you in advance, and then
youll pay individually at the restaurant. After lunch
your group will continue with the tour of the facility
you havent toured yet. It will be a good day to see
places we havent ventured to previously.
Check-in: 8:20 a.m.
Depart: 8:45 a.m.
Return: 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $47.00 resident, $55.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, guided tours, and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Jan 20
for a full refund.
*Extended walking and standing on this tour.
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2 Exhibits at Denver Art Museum
Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th
Century & Matisse and Friends:
Selected Masterworks from the
National Gallery of Art
Activity #181050.00
Date: Friday, February 6
We are getting two great exhibits for the price of
one! For the Cartier exhibit, we will also be having
an exhibit orientation, which will be a 15-20 minute
introduction of Cartiers history and artistry, then
youll be able to go up to the galleries for a self-guided
tour with an audio device. Each person will receive a
special booklet. The Cartiers Brilliant world-exclusive
exhibition features jewelry, timepieces, and precious
objects produced by the maison Cartier between
1900 and 1975. Some of the pieces were worn by
Elizabeth Taylor and Princess Grace of Monaco. The
Matisse and Friends showcases 14 paintings by Artists
Henri Matisse, Andre Derain, Albert Marquet, Maurice
de Vlaminick, Raoul Dufy, Georges Braque, and
Kees van Dongen. Our exhibit orientation begins at
11:00 am, so we recommend eating lunch early. Food
available at the museum with costs on your own. You
will be able to visit the rest of the museum.
Check-in: 9:15 a.m.
Depart: 9:30 a.m.
Return: 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $53.00 resident, $63.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: Trip escort, exhibit orientation and audio
tour, entry to exhibits, and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Jan 30
for a full refund.
Money Museum and History
Colorado Center
Activity #181051.00
Date: Tuesday February 10,
Take a guided tour through American history by
viewing real currency dating back to 1775. Discover
the diferences between State, Demand and
National bank notes. You can even see a $100,000
bill! Take a peek at what $30 million dollars looks like
up close and personal! Ever wonder what happens
to worn and soiled currency? Come to the Money
Museum and learn things about money you never
knew before. At the Money Museum, all guests are
required to present a valid photo ID. For United States
citizens, the photo ID must be issued by the United
States federal or state government (for example, a
passport or driver's license). For our international
guests, a valid international government issued
passport must be presented. After looking at all
this green, well head over to Mad Greens for lunch.
This restaurant is near the History Colorado Center,
so before going into the history museum to for a
self-guided tour there will be time for lunch and
then youll walk over to the History Colorado Center,
which is about a block away.
Check-in: 8:20 am
Depart: 8:45 am
Return: 4:00 pm
Cost: $22.00 resident, $26.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services Mini Bus
Includes: Trip escort, site admissions,
and transportation.
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Feb. 3,
for a full refund.
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History Colorado - Utopian
Rhythms, Interracial Blues: Popular
Music, Civil Rights and 1968
Activity #181025.05
Date: Tuesday, February 17
Music illuminated visions of a better worldand the
challenges of creating true changeduring the Civil
Rights Movement and the political upheaval of the
60s. From Motown to L.A.s Brown Eyed Soul scene
and beyond, music reveals the limits and possibilities of
seemingly disparate places and struggles. Luis Alvarez
of the University of California San Diego weaves stories
of pop music, race, and 1968 with a soundtrack that
maps the eras politics as simultaneously global and
rooted in the everyday lives of ordinary folk. Lunch
is not included, so you may want to eat before going
and/or bring a snack with you (although food is not
allowed in the lecture hall.) Lecture is hosted at the
Colorado History Center.
Check-in: 11:15 a.m.
Depart: 11:30 a.m.
Return: 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $18.00 resident, $22.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: Trip escort, presentation, and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Feb 10
for a full refund.
The Russian National Ballet,
Performs Sleeping Beauty
Activity #181052.00
Date: Wednesday, February 18
The Sleeping Beauty, a crowning jewel of Marius
Petipa's career, is often considered the fnest
achievement of the Classical ballet. It is a grandiose and
refned blending of the traditional mime, expressive
pas d'action and spectacular divertissements in a
lavish theatrical setting. A baby princess, condemned
at her christening by an evil fairy to prick her fnger
and die on her 16th birthday, is saved by the gift of
the good Lilac Fairy, who declares the princess will
only sleep until awakened by the kiss of a prince.
The Russian National Ballet Theatre was founded in
Moscow in the late 1980s, when many of the great
dancers and choreographers were exercising their
new-found creative freedom by starting new, vibrant
companies dedicated to the timeless tradition of classical
Russian Ballet.Today, the Russian National Ballet Theatre
is its own institution, with over 50 dancers of singular
instruction and vast experience, many of whom have
been with the company since its inception. Performed
at the Lincoln Center, Ft. Collins.
Check-in: 5:30 p.m.
Depart: 5:45 p.m.
Return: 10:30 p.m.
Cost: $58.00 resident, $68.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, show tickets, and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Feb 11,
for a full refund.
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Molly Brown House and
Neighborhood Tour with
Buckhorn Exchange Lunch
Activity #181053.00
Date: Thursday, February 19
Tour the home of Denvers most famous Titanic
survivor, Molly Brown, learn a bit about her life and
home in Denver. This guided tour will take you through
her home, there are some stairs to climb, sorry no
elevator or lift in this historic home. And following
this tour youll head just down the road for lunch at
the Buckhorn Exchange, known for their food and
their history as it opened in 1873, and claims to have
the 1st liquor license from the state. There are some
stairs, the group will be seated upstairs, and no lift or
elevator is available as this is also an historic building.
The menu is pre-fxed; youll choose one entre out of
three choices. And, it isnt over yet! Following lunch,
Larry Ralston will meet the group for a guided driving
and walking tour of the historic neighborhood of the
Molly Brown house. Todays trip will satisfy those who
love the local lore and history of the Molly Brown era
and like to hear Larry talk about Colorado history.
Check-in: 8:15 a.m.
Depart: 8:30 a.m.
Return: 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $58.00 resident, $68.00 non-resident
Transportation: Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, guided tours, admission to Molly
Brown house, lunch, and transportation.
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Feb 12,
for a full refund.
Glenn Miller Orchestra
Activity #181055.00
Date: Sunday, March 1
This legendary group continues to perform Glenn
Millers legacy through the music of the 30s and
40s along with some great hits written in the Miller
style and sound. The 18 member band features 5
saxophonists, 4 trumpeters, 4 trombonists, 3 rhythm
musicians, and two vocalists. Since performing in all
50 states, the band is always sought out for return
performances as audiences cant get enough of their
distinct sound! This performance is at Union Colony
concert hall, Greeley.
Check-in: Noon
Depart: 12:15 p.m.
Return: 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $44.00 resident, $52.00 non resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus or Coach Bus
Includes: Trip escort, performance and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Feb 23,
for a full refund.
CSUs Little Shop of Physics
Activity #181054.00
Date: Saturday, February 28
CSUs Professor Brian Jones is a master at making
science fun, accessible, and easy to understand
through demonstrations and hands-on
experiments. Past events have included making
ice cream in 15 minutes with samples for everyone
and playing a guitar made of legos! Come see how
fun science can be. Afterwards well go to an area
in Ft Collins where youll be able wander and eat
lunch. Remember to dress for the weather. Well be
walking to the Physics
building and around the
lunch area. Lunch costs
will be on your own.
Check-in: 9:00 a.m.
Depart: 9:15 a.m.
Return: 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $11.00 resident, $13.00 non-resident
Transportation: Senior Services minibus
Includes: Trip escort, entry to event, and transportation
Sign-up: Begins Nov 22, cancel by Feb 20
for a full refund.
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Trips
Group Extended Travel with the Senior Center
For more details on the group travel offerings, please pick up a flyer at the Senior Center
or Gold Key Travel, Ltd. (328 Coffman Street), or call Gold Key Travel at 303-776-7024.
British Landscapes Tour
England, Scotland & Wales
September 11 21, 2015
Join us as we savor the scenic wonders of Britain!
From the peaceful beauty of the Lake District to
charming thatch roofed villages and the stunning
and vibrant city of London you will be surrounded
by history that formed centuries of famous literature,
art and culture.
Highlights include:
Cosmopolitan city of London
Historic town of Oxford
Edinburgh Castle and the Crown Jewels
Picturesque Lake District & Hadrians Wall
Lovely villages and landscape of the Cotswolds
Stratford-upon-Avon birthplace of William Shakespeare
Medieval city of York
Mystical Stonehenge
Overnight castle stay in Wales
Early Booking Rates include $200 savings:
$4,499 per person (double occupancy)
$5,349 per person (single occupancy)
Rate includes roundtrip airfare from Denver to
London; 11 day tour; 13 meals; all transfers (including
transfer from Longmont to DIA roundtrip); Travel
Protection Plan; Gratuities to tour manager/driver/
local guides; baggage handling tips and services of
a Travel Host from the Longmont Senior Center/Gold
Key Travel.
Those guests who have traveled with Collette within
the past 2 years will also receive $100 to $150 per
person in loyalty discounts. Call Gold Key Travel at
303-776-7024 for more information or reservations.
Mississippi River Cruise
March 27 - April 4, 2015
This has been extremely popular; space is currently
sold out on this 9-day journey sailing from New
Orleans to Memphis on the Mississippi River.
However, we are taking names for a waitlist in case of cancellations, so if you are interested please call Gold
Key Travel at 303-776-7024.
Pricing starts at $3,400 per person (double occupancy) including one-night hotel package in New Orleans,
7-night cruise on the American Queen Steamboat , complimentary shore excursions, complimentary wine
and beer with dinner, multiple dining options on the ship, group cocktail party, tour of Memphis/Graceland,
travel insurance and all transfers. Airfare is additional.
Join us at the Longmont Senior Center for an informational meeting on: Thursday, January 8th at 10:00 a.m.
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Trips
"On the Drawing Board" for 2016
Rhine River Cruise from Amsterdam, including a pre-cruise tour of
Keukenhof Gardens in April 2016
Why are we already talking about 2016?! European River Cruises are in high demand, and since the ships
have a limited number of staterooms they sell out very quickly. We have had many requests for a Rhine River
Cruise, so we are considering a cruise that will include ports such as:
Amsterdam, Holland including a visit to the incredible Keukenhof Gardens with more than seven million
tulips, dafodils and hyacinths.
Cologne, Rudesheim and Heidelberg, Germany and Strasbourg, France
Pricing and details will not be available until 2015. However, since space is so limited we are taking names
now so you can be the frst to be notifed when the fnal itinerary and pricing are released. If you are
interested in the Rhine River cruise, please call Gold Key Travel at 303-776-7024.
Our Onsite Partner
Longmont Meals on Wheels, Inc.
Longmont Meals on Wheels (LMOW) opened its
doors in 1969 and has been located at the Longmont
Senior Center (SC) since 1987. LMOW delivers meals to
older adults and people with disabilities and served
over 94,000 meals in 2013. All meals are charged
on a sliding fee scale based upon an individuals
monthly income and ability to pay. In March 2014,
LMOW delivered its 2 millionth meal and served the
2 millionth and one meal to a lucky older adult in
the Park View caf dining room located at the Senior
Center. In addition to providing home delivered
meals to homebound persons in our community, this
onsite-prepared hot lunch is also served at the Center
from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Monday Friday. For
over 25 years LMOW has not had to increase the cost
to older adults. However, with the increased cost of
food, an increase in the base price range for dining
room meals will go into efect January of 2015. This
slight adjustment will be a range of $1.50 - $5.00 for
older adults and $6.00 for anyone under the age of
55. LMOW is committed to ensuring that older adults
have meals that are nutritious, taste good, and at an
afordable price. If this cost increase creates a burden
for you, please be sure and visit with a LMOW staf
person to make arrangements that will work for
you. Please contact LMOW at 303-772-0540 for more
information.
Volunteer & Involvement
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Volunteer & Involvement
Snow Chasers
Help low-income and disabled people stay safe in
their home this winter by shoveling sidewalks and
walkways. To be matched up with someone for the
season, please call Kari at 303-651-8495. (We also
accept names of people that want to be paid.)
Income Tax and Rebate Assistance
Several volunteers are needed to assist older and
disabled adults in completing their state and
federal income tax and city and state rebate forms.
Volunteers are asked to work 1 day a week February
through April and to attend 1-week training in
January. Computer skills, attention to detail (rules/
regulations), and customer service experience are
most helpful. Volunteers providing income tax help
are trained and certifed. Volunteers assisting with
rebates do not require formal testing or certifcation.
Please contact Kari at 303-651-8495.
Computers & Technology
We welcome new coaches and instructors to assist with
computer and technology classes that are designed for
and led by older adults. Call Kari at 303-651-8495.
CareConnect 303-772-2262
CareConnect staf can help you fnd a volunteer spot
thats right for you. CareConnect programs: Carry-
Out Caravan, Medical Mobility, Companionship, and
Fix-It and Financial Capability.
Longmont Meals
on Wheels
303-772-0540
Longmont Meals on Wheels
is in need of volunteer drivers
and kitchen helpers. A small
investment on your part can
make a world of diference in
someone elses life.
Hike & Snowshoe Leaders
Exercise your mind, body, and heart! Help lead hikes
and snowshoe outings in the beautiful Colorado
outdoors. Call Kari at 303-651-8495.
Volunteer with the Boulder
County Circles Campaign
Contact Jessica Austin 303-441-1503 or jaustin@
bouldercounty.org
For more information visit the Circles web site
www.bouldercountycilrcles.org
Circle Allies are part of a team of friends and advocates
who gather regularly to support a Circle Leader as he or
she works toward achieving longterm economic self
sufciency. Allies become more informed about the
causes and solutions to poverty, and build meaningful
friendships across socioeconomic lines. (6 hours per
month) The Guiding Coalition is made up of several
teams that support the work of the Circles Campaign,
Recruitment, Community, Income & Education,
Resources, and Big View. (3 hours per month)
Longmont Kiwanis:
This group of committed men and women meet at the
Senior Center every Friday morning (9:25 10:25 a.m.)
and are always looking for interested members. This is
an opportunity for friendship and fellowship, to lend
your talents and skills to others, and to deepen your
understanding of issues in the community, nation, and
world. There are quarterly dues and a onetime new
member fee. The clubs motto is "to serve the children
of the world". If youd like more information please call
Marv at 303-774-0734.
Volunteer Opportunities
Looking for Paid Employment?
There are many Home Care Agencies looking for workers
who will assist older and disabled adults with NON-
medical services and help them to remain in their homes.
If you are able and interested in part time employment,
you might consider this possibility. Opportunities
could include companionship, meal preparation, light
housekeeping, laundry, pet care, grocery shopping
and other services. Senior Services staf has a list of the
various home care agencies you could call.
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Community Events
Frederic Remington and Charles
Russell: Masterworks from the
Bufalo Bill Center of the West
Opening Reception for Frederic Remington and
Charles Russell: Masterworks from the Bufalo Bill
Center of the West
Friday, November 21, 6:00-8:00 p.m .
Admission: $5, free for museum members
Exhibit: November 22, 2014 - April 19
Admission: $3 seniors (62+) and students, $5 adults,
free for museum members
Free admission on the second Saturday of every month
The Longmont Museum is proud to present masterpieces
by two of the Wests best known artists. Frederic
Remington was the most popular illustrator of subjects
of the American West in the late 19th century. His works
centered on the cowboy, the military, and the American
Indian, defning the basic conficts and aesthetic
interpretations of the West. Charles M. Russell moved to
Montana at age 16. He worked on cattle ranches for more
than a decade before turning full-time to art, lending his
work a distinctive realism based on his life experience.
Art Quilting Exploration
First and third Sunday of every month (December
7, January 4 & 18, February 8 & 22), 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Location: Longmont Museum
$15 per class
Open to adults. Advance registration required
For themes and details visit www.longmontcolorado.
gov/departments/departments-e-m/museum
Quilt and fber artist Nanci Imburgia will inspire you
with new techniques and materials during each
session. These classes are designed for those who
have some basic quilting/sewing experience, and
want to move into the exciting realm of art quilting.
Participants will be responsible for a $3 material fee
to be paid to the instructor on the day of the class.
Participants must bring their own sewing machine
and basic sewing supplies.
From the Longmont Museum
Adult Programs at Longmont Public Library
Thursday, December 4 (7:00-8:00 p.m.) Author Mark Stevens Stevens will discuss his Allison Coil mysteries.
Saturday, December 6 (1:30-3:00 p.m.) North Ensemble of the Colorado Celtic Harp Society - holiday music
Thursday, December 11 (7:00-8:00 p.m.) Music of Joy, Solstice & Navidad An evening of seasonal music with
Cousins of the Muse featuring Jefrey Rodgers on hammered dulcimer
and Charlotte Roe on Irish Harp.
Thursday, January 8 (7:00-8:00 p.m.) Emerald Ash Borer Longmonts Ken Wicklund and CSUs Carol OMeara
will consider the Emerald Ash Borer problem.
Thursday, January 22 (7:00-8:00 p.m.) Soldiers on Skis! Flint Whitlock tells the story of the 10th
Mountain Division during World War II.
Thursday, January 29 (7:00-8:00 p.m.) Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years!
Author Mary Taylor Young will present a history of the park.
Thursday, February 5 (7:00-8:00 p.m.) The Back Side of History PhD Rebecca Schwendler will share her
discoveries from excavating an outhouse.
Thursday, February 12 (7:00-8:00 p.m.) Crisis in South Sudan with Ian Feinhandler Dr. Feinhandler will
examine the path to independence & current confict in South Sudan.
Visit the Library web page: http://longmontcolorado.gov/departments/departments-e-m/library
for more details or call 303-651-8472.
Calling all writers, 18 years and older!
The Longmont Public Library Writers Group meets
on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. in the Unquiet Study
Area upstairs. This is open to the public. For more
information, please call 303-651-8472.
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General Information
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A Little About The Senior Citizens Advisory Board Members:
Sue Heinritz "I am nearing the end of my term on the Advisory Board. It has been
an energizing experience to be involved in city government, policy and planning for the
Center, and helping staff carry out programs. My education in occupational therapy and
work experienced enhanced my ability to contribute."
Maureen Denig "It has been my pleasure to serve since June, 2011. My husband and I
moved to Longmont in 2008. When I became "old enough", I participated in a snowshoe
event. It was a great experience to leave my office desk, where I work as a travel agent,
to experience the outdoors with a friendly group of people and experienced leaders.
Through my work on the Board, I have come to appreciate all that the Senior Center has to
offer. Working with the board members and the great staff of the Senior Center has been
very rewarding and enlightening."
Brenda Ourada "This is my third year on the Board. The citizens of Longmont can be
very proud of the services and programs offered by the Longmont Senior Center. After
being laid off from IBM, I got a master's degree in gerontology during which I interned at
the Longmont Senior Center with Veronica Garcia, Resource Specialist. I would encourage
any citizen to participate on an advisory board."
Mary Sean OHalloran "I am in my second year serving on the Board. I have learned
so much about the resources at this fabulous community resource, about Longmont city
government, and about area agencies. I am on the faculty at UNC. My work on the board
has enhanced my awareness about older adults and this has, in turn, contributed to my
work as a professor of graduate psychology and as a mental health provider. "
Emily Sciortino "This is my second year on the Board and I have learned a lot about
Longmont. I have been impressed with the inter-action Longmont has with its citizens
when making decisions for the city. After college I worked as a chemist in Chicago, then
stayed at home raised five children. I later returned to work as a secretary. When I retired,
I moved to Longmont to be near my son and his daughters."
Arlene Poplewko "I came to Longmont from New York in 1965 and was a stay home
mom until my youngest turned 10. Then I worked for various companies and agencies and
later served as a volunteer Victim Assistance Advocate and for the Salvation Army. I have
served several terms on the Senior Citizens Advisory Board. It has been a great experience
being part of the Senior Center and watching it grow. The Center offers much to our senior
population and the best thing is aging well in our city."
Juana Mendoza "This my first year on the board. It has been a nice experience to be a
member of this board. I'm very involved with my church family whom mostly are seniors. I
have the privilege to learn and understand the needs of our older adults."
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Resource Information, Programs and Services
A great source
for information and
resources. Visit the
accurate and
comprehensive
website at:
www.bouldercountyhelp.org
Call: 303-441-1617, press 1 for Spanish speakers
TTY: 303-441-3986
Email: infoconnect@bouldercounty.org
Caregiving Support Groups
There are two groups which offer resources,
information, and support from one caregiver to
another in a facilitated group setting. Call Brandy
at 303-651-8414 for information about either one.

1st Monday, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Light supper provided.

2nd Tuesday, noon - 1:30 p.m.
(Focus on Alzheimers/dementia)
Light lunch provided
Respite Assistance for Caregivers
Call 303-651-8716 for details and qualifcation
information to access fnancial assistance to pay
for respite care.
Long Term Care Ombudsman
Help and information for residents of nursing homes
and personal care facilities and their families to
address concerns, compare facilities, and resolve
problems. Call 303-441-1173 for details.

Lunch Bunch
Social activity for persons with early stage memory
loss. See page 27 in the GO.

Respite & Companion Volunteer Program
Trained and screened volunteers are matched
with older adults who live alone or with a family
caregiver. Volunteers provide respite, a friendly visit,
and a caring connection. Call Eleanor or Veronica
at 303-651-8716 to find out more about getting
a volunteer. If you are interested in becoming a
volunteer contact the coordinator at 303-441-1543.
EMPLOYMENT
The Longmont Workforce Boulder County ofce is located at 1500 Kansas Ave.
Assistance is provided between 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Ask to speak to an Employment Specialist. After you have registered, you can
access other services. Call 303-651-1510.
Senior Services Resource Assistance Staff are
available to assist older adults and family members
in locating and accessing resources and services.
Housing, health care, form completion, and access
to many other supports are offered. Contact
Veronica or Eleanor for information and assistance.
Brandy Queen is available for one-on-one and
couples counseling, and also facilitates and
coordinates several support groups, supervises
the Senior to Senior Peer Counseling program,
and meets with family members for caregiver
consultations.
Senior Resource Specialists
VERONICA GARCIA
or
ELEANOR MONTOUR
303-651-8716
veronica.garcia@ci.longmont.co.us
Vea nuestra seccin de Espaolen las pginas R8
Seniors Counselor and
Resource Education Coordinator
BRANDY QUEEN, LPC | 303-651-8414
brandy.queen@ci.longmont.co.us
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COUNSELING
Individual and Family Counseling - Up to eight, free, confdential, brief therapy sessions are available for
older adults 55+ seeking emotional support regarding such things as life transitions, relationships, grief,
caregiving, etc. Family members or friends caring for an older adult may also utilize this service as goals relate
to the caregiving experience. Call Brandy at 303-651-8414 for an appointment.
Senior to Senior Counselors - Senior Services has experienced, trained peer counseling volunteers who can
provide support and understanding from one senior to another. If you or someone you know could beneft
from having a confdential support person to help sort things out, contact Brandy at 303-651-8414.
HOSPICE CARE
Considered to be the model for quality, compassionate
care for people facing a life-limiting illness or injury.
Hospice and palliative care involve a team-oriented
approach to expert medical care, pain management,
and emotional and spiritual support expressly tailored
to the persons needs and wishes. Support is provided
to the persons loved ones as well. The focus of hospice
relies on the belief that each of us has the right to die
pain-free and with dignity and that our loved ones will
receive the necessary support to allow us to do so.
Hospice care is covered under Medicare, Medicaid,
most private insurance plans, HMOs, and other
managed care organizations.
TRU CommunityCare (formerly Hospice of Boulder &
Broomfeld Counties) is the only non-proft agency
providing hospice services in our county.
Information regarding all hospice providers,
including those who service the Longmont area,
may be found at www.bouldercountyhelp.org
Click on Adult Home Health Care Services.
TRU CommunityCare: 303-449-7740
Family Hospice: 303-440-0205
Front Range Hospice: 303-957-3101
Heartland Homecare and Hospice: 303-926-1001
Agape Hospice: 720-252-3788
Accent Care of Colorado: 1-800-368-7137
Halcyon Hospice and Transitional Care: 970-535-0870
Gentiva Hospice 970-667-0057
FOOD
Carry-Out Caravan
A free grocery shopping & delivery service.
To enroll or fnd out more, call 303-443-1933 or
visit www.careconnectbc.org
Eldershare
Adults 60+ can receive supplemental food items
twice a month at the Longmont YMCA. Maximum
income of $1,211 per month for a family of
one, $1,640 for two. Call 303-652-1307 for an
application and information.
Home-delivered Meals
Meals on Wheels delivers meals to the
homebound Monday-Friday. Call 303-772-0540
one day in advance and for information on fees
and menus.
Lunch at the Senior Center
Meals are served Monday-Friday,
11:30 a.m. - noon.
Call 303-772-0540 for menus and fees.
Reservations are not required.
Medicare Basics
This class is held monthly for those who are just
beginning Medicare. Call the Senior Center at
303-651-8411 or contact the front desk to sign
up. Winter dates are listed on page 27.
Boulder County CareConnects
(BCCC) Longmont ofce:
615 Main Street Hours are Mondays 8:00 a.m.5:00 p.m.,
Tuesdays 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. and
Thursdays 9:00 a.m. noon.
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FINANCIAL
Medicare Counselor
Providing objective information and assistance
regarding Medicare benefts, HMOs, supplemental
policies, rights and appeals. For assistance or to
schedule an appointment, call 303-441-1546.
Prescription Help Rx Assist is free and co-
sponsored by Centura Health. Find the most
reasonably priced solutions. Call 1-866-550-2752.
Frauds and Scams
1. Boulder County District Attorneys Community
Protection Division at 303-441-3700.
2. To report fnancial exploitation locally,
call Adult Protection at 303-441-1000.
3. Denver District Attorneys Fraud Assistance Line
at 720-874-8547.
4. Report fnancial exploitation online at www.
aarpelderwatch.org or by calling 1-800-222-4444
or the Longmont Police 303-651-8555.
5. Sign up for electronic Consumer Alerts from
the DAs ofce & get alerts quickly. http://www.
bouldercounty.org/gov/media/pages/listserv.aspx
Reverse Mortgage Information
Call Boulder County Housing Authority at 720-564-2279.
Home Foreclosure Prevention
Call Boulder County Housing Authority at
720-564-2279 or Colorado Foreclosure Prevention
Hotline at 1-877-601-4673.
Tax Help - Call Colorado Taxpayer Advocate
Service at 303-446-1012. See page 11 for Income
Tax and Rebate assistance information.
Medicare/Social Security
Medicare - www.medicare.gov or 1-800-633-4227.
Social Security - http://ssa.gov/ or 1-800-772-1213.
Boulder ofce hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. M F.
4949 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101.
Money Management Program
Our Money Management Program (MMP) volunteers
help you sort through your mail, organize your bills,
develop a budget, write your checks, manage your
monthly expenses, and work on your debts. Call
Veronica to get assistance, 303-651-8716.
HOUSING
For information and referral
regarding senior, afordable,
and other housing programs, call Veronica at
303-651-8716 or Eleanor at 303-774-4372.
A Boulder County Senior Housing Guide
is available at the Senior Center front desk or
online at www.bouldercountyhelp.org; click on
Publications.
Housing Rehabilitation Programs
The City ofers these three programs for home
improvement and access. Call Tracy DeFrancesco
at 303-774-4445. Some programs require owner
occupancy.
- The General Rehab Program & Weatherization
makes repairs to bring your home up to code,
correct health and safety issues or make your
home more energy efcient.
- The Accessibility Program - gives you or a family
member full access to your home by installing
ramps, widening doorways, lowering cabinets, etc.
- The Emergency Grant Program - helps with
emergency repair to major systems that unexpectedly
fail, including furnaces or water heaters.
Longmont Parkinsons Support
Group - Evening Discussion Series
Dates: Monday, December 15; Tuesdays,
January 20 and February 17
Time: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Join members of the Longmont Parkinsons Group
for an evening session. Members will discuss recent
events related to Parkinsons disease as well as re-
search and review materials on the Internet. This
group also features an online component via Google
Hangouts for anyone who wants to participate in the
evening session but is unable to travel to the Long-
mont Senior Center. For more information or to get an
invitation to Google hangouts, contact Tom Hubner at
303-678-7089 or thub321@yahoo.com.
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IN-HOME SERVICES
Audio Information Network of Colorado - This volunteer-based service provides access to ink-based
materials through broadcast and audio information for Colorados blind, visually impaired, and print-
handicapped individuals. Call 303-786-7777 for more information.
Book Delivery Service - Longmont Library has a service of delivering books to homebound persons.
If you or someone you know is interested in receiving books or being a volunteer to deliver books,
please call Debbie Puzo at 303-651-8795.
Fix-It Folks - Volunteer Fix-it Folks are available to come to your home to make minor repairs and
install grab bars. You purchase the necessary supplies. Call CareConnect at 303-443-1933 ext. 414.
Staying Home - a guide to resources to support staying in your home, apartment, or with others.
This guide will replace the Home Health Care Guide with information on a wide variety of resources,
including home care, transportation, nutrition, and othersall to assist a person in remaining in their
home. www.bouldercountyhelp.org, click on Publications or ask at the Senior Center front desk.
Home & Community Based Services - For individuals needing assistance to remain in their homes
or assisted living and who are nursing home eligible. Call Adult Care Management at 303-439-7011.
SAFETY
Personal Locator System - Colorado Life Trak is a personal locator system operated by
the Boulder County Sherifs ofce and local law enforcement. Individuals with a propensity
to wander and unable to communicate personal information wear a wristband that can be
tracked electronically when the need arises. Applications available at the Senior Center front
desk or download from http://www.bouldercounty.org/sherif/lifetrak.htm. Call 303-441-3673
for more information.
Longmont Fire Department Smoke Detector Program - Crews can provide smoke
detectors for low income seniors. They will also install and change batteries in smoke
detectors for anyone unable to do so. Call Karon at 303-651-8437 for more information.
Frauds and Scams - see page R3 for more information.
Report Elder Abuse -The Countys Adult Protection Unit responds to reports of physical,
emotional, fnancial, sexual abuse, neglect, & self-neglect. Call 303-441-1000.
Longmont Police - The Longmont Police provide information on identity theft on their website
at http://www.LongmontColorado.gov then click on the Public Safety Services, then Prevention,
then Scams.
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LEGAL
Legal Aid -Boulder County Legal Services is available to assist those Boulder County residents 60+ with legal
issues. For appointments, call 303-449-7575 or visit their website www.ColoradoLegalServices.org
AARP Legal Services Network (LSN) -Members are entitled to a free 30-minute legal consultation
with an attorney who meets AARP LSN standards. Additional services are provided at reduced rates. Call
1-888-687-2277 or online at www.aarp.org/LSN for more information.
Victim Advocate - This individual works with the Police Department to serve the needs of people who
have been victims of a crime in Longmont. Call 303-651-8855 for more information.
Advance Planning - Contact Peggy Arnold, MA, AgeWell Coordinator, at 303-651-5080 to discuss
advance medical directives, such as the living will, medical power of attorney, Five Wishes documents,
and ethical wills or legacy stories.
Rocky Mountain Legal Center - a non-proft organization providing free civil legal representation,
mediation, and counseling services to qualifying low-income families, singles, parents, and seniors.
Sliding scale fees available - 720-839-0716.
SUPPORT GROUPS
(the following groups meet at the Senior Center
or if elsewhere it is noted)


Adjusting to Lifes Changes
Thursdays, Jan. 8 Feb. 26, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
A support group for loss and change.
Contact: Brandy, 303-651-8414
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meetings)
Tuesdays, 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Triple S Group

Caregivers
1st Monday, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. or
2nd Tuesday, noon - 1:30 p.m. (Focus on dementia)
Resource information and support for family
caregivers. Contact: Brandy, 303-651-8414


Chronic Pain Support Group
Dates: 1st Tuesday, Longmont Senior Center
3rd Saturday, Longmont United Hospital
Time: 1:00 2:30 p.m.
For further information see page 31
Grandparents
Raising Grandkids
1st Monday, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Call Rebecca Trego at 303-441-1106

Low Vision
2nd Friday, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Contact: Lisa Nelson, 720-308-3087
Multiple Sclerosis Group
2nd Monday Self Help Group: 6:00 7:30 p.m.
Call 970-482-5016

Parkinsons
Meets at Longs Peak United Methodist Church
1421 Elmhurst St., Longmont
2nd Wednesday, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Contact: Bob Penn at 303-772-0429 or
Parkinsons Association at 303-830-1839

Rainbow Elders of
Boulder County
A social and support
group for 55+ gay, lesbian and transgender
people. Call Nancy Grimes at Boulder County
Aging Services at 303-441-3583 for the schedule.
Widowers
2nd & 4th Tuesday, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Contact: Dick Gormley at 303-776-8203

Attention Grandparents Are you searching for activities or a licensed
preschool for your grandchild? The City of Longmont Recreation Services
has something for all ages and times. Check us out at the St. Vrain Memorial
Building or call at 303-651-8404. Youth Scholarship opportunities available.
For information about other support groups, call Brandy at 303-651-8414
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Resource Information, Programs and Services
TRANSPORTATION
Via, formerly Special Transit,
provides low-cost, door-
through-door, wheelchair
accessible transportation in
Longmont and surrounding communities. Ride
requests can be made from 1 to 7 days in advance.
Same day rides may be possible if space is available.
Requests can also be made by email at info@
viacolorado.org
To Schedule a ride: New riders call 303-447-2848,
press 1. Existing riders call 303-447-9636.
Service within Longmont:
Fares: $2.00 one-way/$4.00 round trip
Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Service between Longmont & Boulder:
Fares: $4.00 one-way/$8.00 round trip
Monday-Friday: call for trip times
Service between Longmont & Louisville/Lafayette:
Fares: $4.00 one-way/$8.00 round trip. Tuesdays: call
for trip times
No-fare (free) or reduced-fare options are available
for those who fnd these fares a hardship. Please call
to discuss your individual travel needs.
OTHER SERVICES
Travel Training:
1-on-1, comprehensive instruction prepares seniors
to safely and confdently use RTD and Call-n-Ride
buses. Call 303-447-2848, ext. 1048 to learn more.
Mobility Options:
Numerous other transportation options are
available within Boulder County. Vias mobility
specialists can provide information and referrals
based on your needs, develop individual travel
plans, and inform you or your family member
of appropriate services offered by Via, as well as
services available from other community resources.
Call 303-447-2848, press 1.
Mileage Reimbursement Program
Vias Family and Friends Mileage Reimbursement
Program makes it easier to ask for rides from family,
friends, and neighbors by ofering reimbursement
based on miles driven. Qualifying rides include those
trips within Vias service area which Via is unable to
provide due to scheduling constraints or trips that
occur outside regular service hours/days. Includes
trips to the Denver metro area for medical reasons
(Medicaid eligible trips are not reimbursable). Trips
must be preauthorized by calling 303-447-9636.
Learn more at www.viacolorado.org
Call-N-Ride (Longmont)
For scheduling information, contact the phone number
for the zone in which your trip starts. For service in
Zone A (west side of Longmont), call 303-994-3551. For
service in Zone B (east side of Longmont), call 303-994-
3552. Reservations for rides can be made up to a week
in advance. Rides are scheduled on a frst come-frst
served basis. For more information about Call-N-Ride,
or RTD bus routes, call 303-299-6000.
Medical Mobility-
Boulder County CareConnect
Escorted transportation services for ambulatory
older adults and adults with disabilities to medical
appointments or prescription pickup in Boulder
County. Suggested donation $5 to $10 round trip.
Volunteers use personal cars and remain at the
appointment. Call 303-443-1933 or visit
www.careconnectbc.org
Berthoud Area Transportation
For transportation in Berthoud and to connect with
the new volunteer service, call 970-532-3042.
RTD Special Discount Card
To obtain reduced bus fares, disabled individuals may
obtain an RTD Special Discount Card at the Senior Center
on the 2nd Monday of each month between 3:00 - 4:00
p.m. Please bring proof of your disability, $2.00 and a
photo ID. For additional information, call 303-299-2667.
Learn how to access local and regional transportation services and mobility options through a
free telephone consultation with a mobility specialist from Via. Call 303-447-2848, press 1.
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Resource Information, Programs and Services
AARP (Colorado Ofce) 1-866-554-5376
AARP Legal Services 1-888-687-2277
ACMI - Nursing Home Diversion (HCBS) 303-439-7011
Adult Day Care - Homestead 303-772-9152
Adult Protection (Report Elder Abuse) 303-441-1309
AgeWell (Located at the Senior Center) 303-651-5080
Alzheimers Assoc. 24-Hr Helpline 1-800-864-4404
ARDC Information & Referral 303-441-1617
Arthritis Foundation 303-756-8622
Audio Information Network 303-786-7777
Better Business Bureau 303-327-4500
Boulder County CareConnect 303-443-1933
Center For People With Disabilities 303-772-3250
Colorado Division of Insurance 303-894-7499
Colorado Life Trak 303-441-3646
Colorado No-Call Program 1-800-309-7041
Colorado Talking Books Library 303-727-9277
Community Protection 303-441-3700
(Boulder County)
Dental Aid-Longmont 303-682-2619
El Comit 303-651-6125
Elder Care National Locator 1-800-677-1116
Elder Watch Fraud Hotline 1-800-222-4444
Employment, Workforce Boulder County 303-651-1510
Foot Care Clinic 303-651-5224
Food Programs
- Carry Out Caravan 303-443-1933 x416
- Eldershare 303-652-1307
- Meals on Wheels 303-772-0540
Fraud - Attorney General Hotline 1-800-222-4444
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren 303-651-8414
Health Center of Integrated Therapies 303-651-5188
Health Department, Longmont 303-678-6166
Housing: Longmont Housing Authority 303-651-8581
Legal Services of Boulder County 303-449-7575
Legal Services AARP 1-888-687-2277
Lifeline 303-441-2200
Loan Closet Medical Equipment
American Legion 303-776-2034
Elks 303-776-1055
Moose 303-776-4911
VFW 303-776-8590
Longmont Ending Violence (LEVI) 303-774-4534
Longmont United Hospital 303-651-5111
Long Term Care Ombudsman 303-441-1173
Low Income Energy Program (LEAP) 303-678-6023
Low Vision Group - Longmont 720-308-3087
Medicaid (BCDHH) 303-678-6000
Medicare 1-800-623-4227
Medicare Counselor 303-441-1546
Mental Health Partners 303-413-6263
Mental Health Crisis Line 24/7 303-447-1665
Nursing Home Monitoring 303-441-1173
OUR Center 303-772-5529
Parkinsons Association of the Rockies 303-830-1839
Peer Counseling - Longmont 303-651-8414
Poison - Rocky Mt. Poison Control 1-800-332-3073
Police, Longmont non-emergency 303-651-8501
Reverse Mortgages - Boulder County 303-441-1544
Rocky Mountain Legal Center 720-839-0716
Safe Shelter (was Longmont Coalition) 303-772-0432
Salud Clinic 303-776-3250
Senior Centers in the area
Berthoud 970-532-2730
Boulder (East) 303-441-4150
Boulder (West) 303-441-3148
Lafayette 303-665-9052
Longmont 303-651-8411
Louisville 303-666-7400
Loveland 970-962-2783
Niwot Area Senior Resources 303-652-3850
Senior Opportunity Source 303-527-0627
Senior Reach 1-866-217-5808
Social Security 1-800-772-1213
Social Services (BOCO HHS) 303-678-6000
Stroke - Rocky Mt. Association 303-730-8800
Suicide Prevention - Metro Crisis Line 1-888-885-1222
Transportation
Access-A-Ride 303-292-6560
RTD 303-299-6000
RTD Call-n-Ride (East) 303-994-3552
RTD Call-n-Ride (West) 303-994-3551
Via 303-447-9636
TRU CommunityCare 303-449-7740
24-Hour Mental Health Crisis Line 303-447-1665
Veterans Helping Veterans Now 303-772-9777
Veteran Services - Longmont 303-776-8502
Victim Advocate - Police 303-651-8855
Weatherization 720-864-6401
www.bouldercountyhelp.org
303-441-1617
Telephone Referral Sheet
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Resource Information, Programs and Services
Conozca las 10 Seales De
Advertencia: La Deteccin
Temprana es Importante
Fecha: martes, 24 de febrero
Tiempo: 12:30 2:30 p.m.
# De Actividad: #185019.02
Costo: GRATIS, pero por favor regstrese con
Ana 303-651-8411
Las seales de la enfermedad de Alzheimer
frecuentemente se creen ser una parte normal del
envejecimiento lo que no es cierto. Si usted o alguien
conocido parecen estar perdiendo la memoria o tiene
cambios de comportamiento, es hora de aprender
acerca de los sntomas. La deteccin temprana le da
a usted una oportunidad de empezar un tratamiento,
participar en un estudio clnico y planear para el
futuro. Participe en esta clase para que aprenda
cuales son las 10 Seales de Advertencia de la
enfermedad de Alzheimer. Aqu nosotros separamos
los mitos de la realidad y discutimos los temores
que la gente en Amrica tiene acerca del Alzheimer.
Escuche a personas que tienen la enfermedad hablar
acerca de su experiencia y aprenda como reconocer
las seales de advertencia en usted y otros.
Convirtase en Peer Consejero
Buscamos personas de la tercera edad de 55 aos
en adelante que sean compasivos y con inters de
ayudar a sus compaeros. Ustedes pueden ayudar
a compaeros de la tercera edad con los desafos
de la vida, Necesitamos personas bilinges. Para
informarse sobre el entrenamiento comunquese
con Brandy al 303-651-8414.
Pelculas en Espaol
El Grupo de Conversacin en Espaol presentar
tres pelculas el primer viernes de cada mes. Las
pelculas empiezan a la 1:30 p.m. Son gratis pero
por favor regstrese con Ana.
Tiempo: 1:30 3:00 p.m.
Costo: GRATIS, pero por favor regstrese con
Ana 303-651-8411
Hello, Hemingway
# De Actividad: #184422.01
Fecha: viernes, 5 de December
Esta poderosa drama Cubana se trata de la joven
Larita, una seorita inteligente que suea en estudiar
en Amrica. Criada en una familia empobrecida, Larita
trata de obtener una beca para continuar su educacin.
Mientras trabaja para superar sus desventajas,
encuentra inspiracin en los cuentos de Ernest
Hemingway, especialmente en su novela The Old Man
& The Sea, en lo que los circunstancias de su heroe son
muy parecidas a las de su propia vida. (1990, 84 min.)
Guantanamera
# De Actividad: #184422.02
Fecha: viernes, 2de Enero
Cuando muere su tia
despues de venir a visitar,
Gina lleva el cuerpo a La Habana, acompaado con el
viejo novio de la difunta. El esposo de Gina, un directr
de funerarias con ambiciones politicas, asume cargo
del viaje. Gina se enamora con otro cuando el grupo
encuentra un camionero parrandero. (1995, 104 min.)
Cuba Mia
# De Actividad: #184422.03
Fecha: viernes, 6 de February
En el espritu de la Buena Vista Social Club, este poderoso
documental introduce la Camerata Romeu, un grupo
raro de musicas con una conductora femenina --- uno
de los grupos musicales mas popular en Cuba. Como
el cuento desarolla, se presenta otras artistas Cubanas
y Latinoamericanas, resultando en una experiencia tan
divertido para escuchar y mirar. (2005, 86 min.)
Ayuda Gratis con sus Impuestos
Empieza Febrero 3- Abril 9 cada martes y jueves
de 9am 1pm en el Senior Center. Se requiere cita,
llame al 303-774-4429. Voluntarios de AARP ayudan
a llenar los formularios de los impuestos (Income
Tax). Si solamente necesita reembolsos de la ciudad
y estado no es necesario hacer cita, tienen que venir
entre las 9am 11am. Para ms informacin por
favor llame al centro 303-651-8411 se habla espaol.
Para ms informacin sobre recursos para Personas de la Tercer edad en la Internet
vea la pgina de red www.BoulderCountyAyuda.org
Other Sources of Information
Via the internet
at www.LongmontColorado.gov/senior-services
KGUD 90.7 listener-supported community
radio, playing music with you in mind. The AARP
show, called Prime Time, is heard every Saturday
at 7:00 a.m. Senior Moments hosts an interview
with a Senior Services staf person on Saturdays at
8:00 a.m., giving information on upcoming events
and activities at the Longmont Senior Center. Listen
to K-Good throughout the week for updates and
service announcements from the Senior Center.
Daily Times-Call Regular Columns - thanks to
the Times-Call for generously supporting this regular
news information piece: 55 & Better column every
other Saturday .
50+ Marketplace News
available at the Senior Center monthly.
Longmont eAlerts This is
an e-mail alert system from the
City of Longmont for community members to
receive brief notices on various topics: Longmont
government news, Adults 55+, City Council News,
Environment, Golf, Jobs, and Community Programs
and Events. You can receive information via e-mail,
phone, cell, or fax. Visit www.ci.longmont.co.us/
selectalert/index.htm to sign up.
Longmont Channel 8 - (Government Access
Channel) or Comcast Cable Channel 16.
Information and More
Of of the lobby, there is a small room that contains
current magazines, information on Senior Center
programs, and a place to hang your coat. Near the
dining room there are a number of free publications
available for pickup in the magazine rack.
Room Temperatures
The room temperatures can vary in the building. You
might consider bringing a sweater if you are going to
be here for a while.
Handicap Parking
One of the 20 handicap parking spaces is now
restricted to side-loading vans only. Please look for
this sign and know that if you park there, and dont
have a side-loading van, you can be ticketed even
if you have a handicap placard. Please remember to
always display your handicap placard when parking
in one of these spaces.
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