Volume 2013 No.



A Quarterly Catalog of Programs & Resources for Adults 55+ in Longmont
Registration for classes, activities, and events begins on Monday, May 13.



June, July & August 2013

Friday, June 21 THROUGH Sunday, July 7, for annual maintenance.

Trip Registration

Lottery will be Saturday, May 18, 10:00 a.m. – noon. You may also register for trips starting Monday, May 20 at our front desk, over the phone or online.

Regular Operating Hours:

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday

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.ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr


General Information
Senior Services Staff
Senior Services is a Division of the City’s Community Services Department

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 Ruth Waukau, LCSW, Seniors Resources Coordinator ruth.waukau@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, Office Assistant ana.sanchez@ci.longmont.co.us 303-651-8411 Bill Micholosky, Building Maintenance 303-651-8411 William Ledesma, Building Maintenance 303-651-8411

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.

Senior Citizens Advisory Board
Maureen Denig Sean O’Halloran Marietta Gonzales Sue Heinritz Brenda Ourada Arlene Poplewko Fay Reynolds Emily Sciortino Katie Witt (City Council Liaison) This City Council-appointed board meets the first 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. General Information, Email: senior@ci.longmont.co.us

Table of Contents
Community Events ....................................................... 42 Computers and Technology ........................................ 12 Drop-in Activities ........................................................... 5 Exercise ............................................................................... 23 Friends of the Longmont Senior Center .................. 2 Get Acquainted ............................................................... 3 Health/Wellness .............................................................. 22 Lifelong Learning .......................................................... 10 Ongoing Clubs/Groups ................................................ 5 Policies & Registration Information ........................... 4 Resource Education ....................................................... 18 Senior Center Information ....................... Inside Cover Special Events .................................................................. 9 Sports & Outdoor Activities ........................................ 27 Telephone Resource Page .......................................... R7 Trips ..................................................................................... 29 Volunteer Opportunities .............................................. 40

General Information


PrestigePLUS is Longmont United Hospital’s Senior Wellness Membership Program open to ages 55 and better, located at the Longmont Senior Center. Annual membership dues are $20.00 individual and $30.00 couples. Your membership will bring a variety of benefits, including discounts. You do NOT need to join PrestigePLUS to utilize our services. Office Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. - noon and 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Closed: Fridays Telephone: 303-651-5080 www.luhcares.org

Gift Certificates
Gift certificates 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.

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 beginning January 2013. Cancellations are not refunded back to the 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.

Exercise Scholarship Available

Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. - noon

Invites You to Lunch!

Longmont Meals on Wheels prepares nutritious meals served in our Park View Café. Call 303-772-0540 for information on menus and meal costs. www.longmontmeals.org

Great meals are available weekdays at the Senior Center.

The Friends of the Longmont Senior Center will continue a scholarship opportunity, up to $150 per calendar year, specifically to assist low income older persons in participating in Senior Center exercise/wellness programs. Activities included in the scholorship are: Aerobic fitness, essentrics, Feldenkrais, line dance, pilates, senior conditioning, strength training, tai chi, yoga and gentle yoga. Adults 55 years of age and better, with an annual income from all sources of $20,000 or less for a single person and $30,000 or less for a couple, are eligible. Qualified individuals may utilize both scholarship opportunities in a given year. Please see Ana, 303-6518411 to apply.


General Information
President, Wilma Cocannouer; Vice President, Randy Ahlberg; Treasurer, Polly Buster; Co-treasurer, Chris Caron; Secretary, Michael Bellmont; with Nancy Beaudrot, Joe Busacca, Ron Cheyney, Ed Evans, and Jim Nason

2013 Board of Directors:

PO Box 313, Longmont, CO 80502 | www.friendslongmont.org

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General Information
Donations to the Friends:
Thank you to all our donors for their generous giving and support of the Senior Center.

Aerobic Fitness Class Ellen Stewart Shirley Powell & Family

Todd R. Sliker Michelle Morgan Edward Friesen Trust Patricia Blankenship James Nason & Marietta Gonzales Arlene Poplewko Newcomers Club Recycling Club Susanne Heinritz R. L. Fallon Winona Lunt Tom & Jo McGrath Gary Propp

Tom & Bev Clark Phyllis Wadlow Ted & Anne Schey Janice Metcalf Elaine Watson E. Penner Sandra Dunning Robert & Marjorie Logan Fay Reynolds Pedro Rivera Wilma Cocannouer Thomas Joyce Leonard Westcott

In Memory of
Martha Putnam Dorothy Miller Dolores Casey Warren Gibson

To our Extended Travel partner Gold Key Travel and especially to Karen Wood. To the sponsors of the weekly Lunch Bunch: Atria Longmont, Front Range Hospice, Home Care of the Rockies, Hover at Home Services, Encompass Home Health Care, and Sterling House. And, to our Thursday Night Dance sponsors: Guaranty Bank, Life Care Center, Rawlins Bank, The Regent, The Friends of the Longmont Senior Center, and Atria Longmont.

Thank You

Get Acquainted
Date: Thursday, June 6, and Thursday, August 1 Time: 9:00 a.m.
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, possibilities and resources. Facilitated by Senior Services staff members. Please register by calling 303-651-8411.



Activity Registration
Registration Dates:
Classes & Special Events begin May 13, in person, over the phone or online. Trip Registration is Saturday, May 18, 10:00 a.m. - noon 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.

Activity Registration

Activity Registration system: If you haven’t filled out a participant information form, you will need to update your information when you sign up for your next activity. If you plan to have someone else pay for you at registration with cash or check, you will need to track this on your own. Any refund or credit for a later cancelled activity will go back to the registered participant, not necessarily the payer. Advanced Registration - Most activities, classes, trips, and events require registration in advance. You may register by stopping by the front desk or calling 303-6518411, Monday through Friday, or you may sign up for most classes online at www.ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr. Receipts - Receipts contain additional information pertinent to your activity. Please review and retain for reference. If you find a discrepancy, please call 303-651-8411. Payment and Fees - Full payment is required at the time of registration. Prices and fees are listed in The GO for each activity. The first price is for City residents (those receiving City trash pickup); the second price is for nonCity residents. Registration Kick-off Dates - Each quarter, specific registration kickoff 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.


• The City reserves the right to cancel an activity if the minimum number of participants has not registered. Participants will be notified 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 different 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.ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr/index.htm • Age Requirements - Adults 55+ are first priority, however, adults under 55 may participate in certain activities, if space is available. Contact Saryna 303651-8442 or Michele 303-651-8415 to find out more. • Right to Privacy - Information regarding participants shall not be provided to, or shared with, other individuals. • Supervision - There is no staff, 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.

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 specific 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 staff, leader, or escort supervision of individuals is provided. Companions may participate at customer’s expense. See Saryna or Michele for more information.


Drop-In Programs, Groups & Clubs
These activities do not require pre-registration and are often free, or a very low donation amount is asked.

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.



Open - 50¢ donation suggested for play Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Wednesday & Friday 8:00 a.m. – noon – Women only Noon – 4:45 p.m. - All

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.


Bowling – for Seniors

Tuesday & Wednesday afternoons 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.

Two Public Access computers are available in the computer room off the atrium. Printing of the first five pages is free, then 10¢ per page after that. Use is time limited to 60 minutes. There is also free internet access.

Current Events

Tuesdays, 10:15 - 11:30 a.m.

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.

For years, older adults have been meeting for an hour or more to review local, national, and international events which affect 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 coffee and conversation. Moderated by Tom McCoy.

Dulcimer Group - Singin’ Strings

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.

Coffee in the Café

Monday - Friday Mornings Coffee may be purchased through Meals on Wheels each day for 50¢ a bottomless cup.

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 that meet 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.


Drop-In Programs, Groups & Clubs
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. June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27 July 4 July 11 July 18 July 25 August 1 August 8 August 15 August 22 August 29 Jim Ehrlich 50’s Dance with Darrell Sullivan Ray Cox NO DANCE NO DANCE NO DANCE Harris & Harris Ray Cox Darrell Sullivan Hawaiian Dance with Tom Yook Jim Ehrlich C.C. Collier Ray Cox

Friends of the Longmont Senior Center, Inc.

4th Tuesday, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. This non-profit 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 The Kinship Program at 303-441-1028 or Ruth at 303-651-8414.

Harmonica Band

"Eyes on Longmont" TV Production Club

Mondays, 9:30 - 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. Diane Roberts is the contact person for this informal group at 303-775-3021 or dcr2915@ hotmail.com. Visit www.longmontchannel.com for information about Ch. 8.

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 you’d 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.

Friday Economic Study Group

Library (Senior Center)
Books are available for checkout every day. Please return them within three weeks. Limit 5 books per checkout.


Fridays, 1:30 - 4:00 p.m. Each week a specific topic is discussed, one primarily related to current economic issues. A 15-minute presentation by the topic leader is given, followed by an open discussion. Members do research and bring information for the discussion. Presenters rotate. It is open to any interested person. Rick Fitzgerald, host.

Longmont Kiwanis Club

Fridays, 9:25 - 10:25 a.m. New members are always welcome. Call Marv Van Peursem 303-774-0734 for information.

Drop-In Programs, Groups & Clubs
Lunch Bunch
1st & 3rd Monday at Atria Longmont (2310 9th Avenue) 2nd & 4th Monday at Sterling House (2240 Pratt Street) Time: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. This group is for those in the early stages of memory loss who are beginning to have some difficulties with the complexities of everyday living. It is an opportunity for engaging in conversation, socializing, and stimulating activities. The group meets at Atria Longmont and Sterling House. Call Ruth at 303-651-8414 to let her know you are coming. Thanks to: Atria Longmont, Front Range Hospice, Home Care of the Rockies, Hover at Home Services, Encompass Home Health Care, and Sterling House.

Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking

Wednesdays, 10:00 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.

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 Will Zulauf at 303-776-6330 for more information.

Mah Jongg

Saturday Potluck & Games

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.

Last Saturday of the month, noon - 4:00 p.m. Older adults meet for a potluck, cards, games, and socialization. Call Pat at 303-774-8073 or Susie at 303-678-7489 for information.

Senior Center Singers


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.

Tuesdays, September - May, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. All voices—soprano, alto, tenor—are 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.


Drop-In Programs, Groups & Clubs
Square Dance Club - Hix-N-Chix
(Sept.-May) Lessons AND Dances 2nd and 4th Wednesday evenings at the Senior Center Hix-N-Chix Square Dance lessons are offered on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays. Hix -N-Chix Square Dance Club regularly scheduled dances are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. 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 and lessons.

Stained Glass Work Group
Wednesdays, 9:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Members work on individual projects. If you need assistance getting started in this wonderful hobby, stop by and meet the people currently working on their art. You are responsible for your own materials and supplies.

Swingin’ Seniors Rhythm Band


Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Beginners welcome. The group will play several games and then have coffee and snacks. Participants will have a chance to play with a variety of people.

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

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.

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. That’s what makes it fun; you are virtually playing the game.


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 Ruth at 303-651-8414.

Fridays, 8:00 a.m. - noon Beginner and experienced woodcarvers meet to work on projects, offer 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.


Special Events
These one-time programs provide an educational or entertaining experience.

Events at the Senior Center


Cultural Enrichment Program

Co-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.

Jazz Link Enterprises partners Dale Bruning and Jude Hibler to present "The Timeless Music of Richard Rodgers"
Activity #383002.00 Date: Friday, July 19 Time: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Jazz Link Enterprises partners Dale Bruning and Jude Hibler will be in concert with  The Timeless Music of Richard Rodgers, sponsored by the Friends of the Longmont   Senior Center. This event will be the kick-off to the Longmont Jazz Festival held in Roosevelt Park on July 20th and 21st.   Bruning, who is a masterful jazz guitarist and arranger will play songs penned by Rodgers and either Lorenz Hart or Oscar Hammerstein, II, while Hibler tells stories about the songwriters and their music.  Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote Oklahoma!, South Pacific, and The Sound of Music, among others. With Hart, Rodgers wrote My Funny Valentine,  Blue Moon, Bewitched, There’s a Small Hotel, and You Are Too Beautiful among others.  And for those of you that want to take some memories home, they will also have CDs and music books available for purchase.

5 Short Plays (All in one night)
Activity #383001.00 Date: Friday, June 7 Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. VIVA, the acting troupe of the Society for Creative Aging, consisting mostly of seniors over 60, will present a wry, humorous look at the human condition. 5 Short Plays from Off-Broadway (NYC) 5 Professional Directors 5 Dynamic/Accomplished casts.


Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Arts/Creative Pursuits
Fashion on the Cheap; Style, Shop, and Show Summer Fashion on the Cheap; and LOOK TERRIFIC
Activity #384102.00 Date: Wednesday June 5 Time: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Cost: $2.00 resident, $2.50 non-resident

Activity #384104.00 Date: Thursday, June 13 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (with a lunch break, on your own) Cost: $18.00 resident, $21.00 non-resident This one day workshop is FUN, FUN, and more FUN. You’ll learn about the new fashions of summer and how to create a perfect mix of old and new. Led by Adrienne Hynes, Fashion Coach for Women 55+, who will encourage you to use the clothes you have as well as selecting some new fashions. Includes a one and one-half hour visit to a “surprise store”; carpooling or your own transportation will be required. Following this outing, the group will return for show and tell.

This program will help you with current fashions and pieces that are always considered classic as well as learning new clothing tips. Even if you do not have the "the fashion bug," you’ll come away with new ideas and have fun discussing what is fashion sense. After this intro session, sign up for the active, participatory day of Style, Shop, and Show. Led by Adrienne Hynes, Fashion Coach for Women 55+

Studio Time with Donna Clement

Garden Art

Activity #384103.06 Wednesdays, June 5, 12, 19 Activity #384103.07 Wednesdays, July 10, 17, 24 Time: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Cost: $30.00 resident, $36.00 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 finish projects and continue refining skills, Donna will be available even more. This will not be a structured class – this will be time to work on your choice of drawings and skills with her more tailored guidance. You’ll bring your own supplies.

Activity #384105.00 Date: Thursday, June 13 Time: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Cost: $22.00 resident, $26.00 non-resident Make a unique art piece for your garden using colored glass and ceramic items. Finished piece is mounted on rebar to place in your yard or in a container to decorate your garden. Supplies provided. Instructor: Maya Heneghan

Silk Painting Workshop

Activity #384106.00 Date: Tuesday, July 9 Time: noon – 3:00 p.m. Cost: $30.00 resident, $36.00 non-resident Professional artist, Donna Clement, will help you learn to paint on silk using silk dyes. Class participants will go home with a hand painted scarf! You will learn how salt and alcohol create beautiful patterns in the dye on the painted surface, while enjoying the freedom of painting flowing beautiful colors.


Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Catch a Rainbow
Activity #384107.00 Date: Thursday, July 11 Time: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Cost: $18.00 resident, $21.00 non-resident Create a sun catcher using a crystal prism and an assortment of colored beads strung on a spiral wire. Attach to your window with a suction cup and your room will be filled with beautiful rainbows. All supplies provided. Instructor: Maya Heneghan. Activity #384109.00 Date: Thursday August 8 Time: 10:00 – Noon Cost: $20.00 resident, $24.00 non-resident


Hand Decorated Picture Frame

Create a personalized picture frame for a favorite person or grandchild. Frame, decorative papers, alphabet letters, flowers, and charms will be provided. Bring a photo. Instructor: Maya Heneghan.

Beginning Drawing Made Easy
Activity #384108.00 Date: Wednesdays, August 7, 14, 21, 28 Time: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Cost: $35.00 resident, $42.00 non-resident (A $5.00 handout fee payable to the instructor the first day of class.)

Paper Crafting Fun

Activity #384110.00 Date: Monday, August 12 Time: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Cost: $10.50 resident, $12.50 non-resident Take a break from the summertime heat and start preparing for the holidays! We'll create cards and gift packaging that are quick and easy to assemble. All materials are included in this twohour class. Pat Journeay has been a Stampin’ Up demonstrator for 10 years and enjoys sharing the art of rubber stamping while creating memorable keepsakes. Sign up early for this popular class.

Anybody can draw; it’s just a matter of learning to see like an artist. You will learn this by way of some fun drawing exercises. You will learn about negative space, contour drawing, and shading in different ways. By the end of class, you will have the ability to draw anything you wish. Your instructor, Donna Clement, is a professional illustrator for Botanical Interests seed packages.

Longmont Studio Tour Artist Workshop
Cost: Free

These workshops are presented for free by the Longmont Studio Tours artists. No experience is necessary and all supplies are included. These workshops are offered through the LST’s outreach program.

Pastel for Beginners and Intermediates
Activity #384100.00 Date: Monday, June 3 Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Beginning Needlefelting
Activity #384101.00 Date: Tuesday, June 18 Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Artist, Diane Wood. Enjoy creating with pastel. You will learn techniques in working with the medium. If you have a particular photo you’d like to work from, please bring it. Please come and enjoy the medium of pastel. It’s fun to work with.

Artist, Nanci Imburgia. Both hand and machine needle felting techniques will be demonstrated. Students will then create a small hand needlefelted medallion, which may be turned into a pin. Kit will be provided. Try something new!



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 • Register at the Longmont Senior Center, 303-651-8411 We do this to insure that the class content is appropriate for all students in a particular class • Classes and labs held at Front Range Community College, 2121 Miller Drive, Room C1504 • Small class size with individual coaches to assist students during class • Prerequisites are defined in course descriptions

Computer Lab Schedule - Drop-In • Fridays 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
• • • • Computer Lab held at Front Range Community College, 2121 Miller Drive, Room C1504 Coaches and Instructors available to assist you one-on-one Feeling overwhelmed with the ever-changing world of computers? All questions welcome We will assist you with all of your computing devices including laptops, cameras, phones, tablets, eReaders.

No Lab on the following Fridays: July 5 & August 30 No classes the week of July 1 – July 5 and August 26 – 30

Computer Courses Held at: Front Range Community College
June, July, August 2013 | 2121 Miller Drive – Classroom C1504

Introduction to Computers I


Tues/Thur, 1:30-3:30p.m.

June 11,13,18,20 June 24,26 July 8,10,15,17 July 22,24 July 30 & August 1 August 5,7 August 13,15,20,22


E-Mail Essentials
Introduction to Computers II

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Digital Camera Basics Internet Basics How to Organize your Files What’s New in Windows 8

Digital Camera Basics


This 2-session course is for the new digital camera user. You will learn basic terminology and features of your camera using your manual. Functions covered will include auto, scene, movie, timer, and burst modes. Organization of photos will be discussed & demonstrated.

Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
E-Mail Essentials
Want to learn more about using your e-mail account? In this 2-session class you will work with a coach using your personal e-mail account. Items addressed will include: settings; composing and sending messages; attaching pictures and files; storing names in your address book; replying and forwarding messages. Prerequisite: experience using your e-mail account.

Introduction to Computers I


New to the world of computers? This 4-session course is designed for students with no computer experience. During each session you will practice extensively using the mouse and the keyboard and gain familiarity with computer hardware, software, and the Windows 7 Operating System.

Introduction to Computers II

How to Organize your Files

Can’t find that document or picture you just put on your computer? Learn how to find and organize your files; how to copy, move, delete, and save your data. A working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 is required. Prerequisite: completion of Introduction to Computers II or pre-approval by the instructor.

This 4-session course is designed for students who have basic computer experience. Familiarity with using the mouse and the keyboard are required. Using Windows 7, you will learn how to enter and edit text using Microsoft Word and how to save and manage your data files. Prerequisite: completion of Introduction to Computers I or pre-approval by the instructor.

Internet Basics

Dive into the World Wide Web using Internet Explorer! Learn basic terminology, toolbar buttons, favorites, and how to use search engines to find websites. Prerequisite: completion of Introduction to Computers I or pre-approval by the instructor.

The latest Microsoft Operating System Windows 8 has a whole new interface and loads of new features. It is primarily focused towards improving its user experience. This 4-session course is designed for the experienced computer user. If you have a Windows 8 laptop, you can bring it to class.

What’s New in Windows 8

Computer & Technology Lectures - Register in Advance.
June, July, August 2013 | Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave.

Cell and Smart Phone Tutoring Windows 8 Demonstration Nook Assistance Apple iPad Assistance Let’s Talk About Apps Tablet Assistance Kindle Assistance Skype Demonstration Apple iPod Assistance Cell and Smart Phone Tutoring Facebook Demonstration

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What is an App? What are some Apps that you may want to use? They are popping up all over. It is overwhelming. This will be an open discussion about our favorites and suggestions for different types of Apps that might appeal to you.

Apple iPad Assistance

The Apple iPad is such a powerful device. Do you have questions? Do you need help? In this 2-hour session, a Coach will be available to assist you with your device. For assistance with Tablets, see the Tablet Assistance activity.

Let’s Talk About Apps

Apple iPod Assistance

The Apple iPod and iPod Touch are music to your ears. Do you have questions? Do you need help? In this 2-hour session, a Coach will be available to assist you with your device.

Nook Assistance

Cell Phone and Smart Phone Tutoring

Have questions on how to use your Barnes and Noble Nook device? How to buy books, how to check out books from the library, how to change the settings? So many things to learn. In this 2-hour session, a Coach will be available to assist you with your device. All Nook models welcome.

Skype Demonstration
With your computer, the internet, a microphone, and a web cam you can video talk with family and friends for free. We will demonstrate how to install and use Skype on your home computer.

There are now so many different 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.

Facebook Demonstration

Tablet Assistance

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, find friends, look at friends' comments & photos, and edit security settings. Format is demonstration with open discussion.

Kindle Assistance

There are many manufacturers of Tablets: for example, Samsung, Asus, Toshiba. You can do so much with a Tablet: e-mail, internet searches, read books, listen to music, watch videos. Do you have questions, do you need help? In this 2-hour session, a Coach will be available to assist you with your Tablet. For assistance with Apple iPad, see the Apple iPad Assistance activity.


Have questions on how to use your Amazon device? How to buy books, how to check out books from the library, how to change the settings? So many things to learn. In this 2-hour session, a Coach will be available to assist you with your device. All Kindle models welcome.

Windows 8 Demonstration

The latest Microsoft Operating System Windows 8 introduces significant changes to the operating system's platform, primarily focused towards improving its user experience. This is a good opportunity to see what it looks like and to get answers to your many questions.

Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
General Interest
Southern Charms Tour Photo Show Duplicate Bridge:
Activity #384200.00 Date: Friday, June 14 Time: 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. Cost: Free, please register in advance

Are you interested in playing duplicate bridge? Bill White and Dick Gormley want to hear from you. Please leave your name and number at the front desk by June 30 and we will see about possibly pulling something together, for fall.

Review the sights and learn about the places visited in this delightful trip that was taken by a group of travelers from the Senior Center in April! Theresa will show the highlights and relive the Southern Charm experienced from Jekyll Island to Savannah and Charleston.

Join "Dr. DeClutter" for these helpful and informational workshops.

How To Get Unstuck!

Checkmarks That Matter

Activity #384202.00 Date: Thursday, July 25 Time: 10:00 a.m. - noon Cost: $16.00 resident, $20.00 non-resident Do you find yourself running low on energy when you know you need to get a project finished? Does it feel like you’re in quicksand in many areas of life, and you just can’t get going, or stay moving ahead? Or, are you a great "ideas person," but the plan to get started and the completion are never realized? You will learn the step-by-step process of getting unstuck, no matter what your quicksand is. Instructor: Kim Wolinski, MSW, "Dr. DeClutter." Materials included.

Activity #384201.00 Date: Thursday, June 20 Time: 10:00 a.m. - noon Cost: $16.00 resident, $20.00 non-resident Checking off to do list entries feels great, right? Check! Done! But, having too many to do lists on scraps of paper, calendars, sticky notes and other miscellaneous pieces of paper piling up all around and lost is maddening. We’ll explore how you use lists and how to define what's really important and what matters to you to really get done. This program is for those who need to stop thinking, writing another list, and finally DO IT, or not! Bring your lists and get ready to define your choices, make decisions, have fun, and stop the list madness! Instructor: Kim Wolinski, MSW, "Dr. DeClutter." Materials included.

How To Get Organized for Autumn
Activity #384203.00 Date: Thursday, August 22 Time: 10:00 a.m. - noon Cost: $16.00 resident, $20.00 non-resident

Looking at autumn is lovely, unless you have a lot of clutter, disorganization, and indecision blocking your view. Find out how to take control of your home and material stuff, and all the decisions needed to move them around, on, or out. Bring your list of questions to get immediate solutions to your unmoved bags, bins, boxes, and piles. Instructor: Kim Wolinski, MSW, "Dr. DeClutter." Materials included.


AARP Driver Safety Class

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on auto insurance. Registration for this class is required. Cost is $12.00 for AARP members, $14.00 for non-members, payable to AARP and will be accepted at class. Please call 303-651-8411 for more information and registration. This class is taught by AARP Volunteer, Max Fuller. Time: Noon – 4:30 p.m. DATES: Wednesday, June 12 Thursday, June 20 Wednesday, July 24 Thursday, August 15

AARP’s fast-paced format of one HALF-DAY session is designed to sharpen driving knowledge and skills and to develop strategies for adjusting to accelerated changes in vision, hearing, reaction time, and other elements that relate to our abilities to be safe drivers. Graduates may be able to qualify for a discount

Intro to Italian Language for Travelers Dreams

Activity #384401.00 Date: Thursdays August 15 – October 3 Time: 10:00 – noon Cost: $40.00 resident, $48.00 non-resident This eight-week class will provide students with a brief introduction to the Italian language and a glimpse into the sights and sounds of Venice, Florence, and the hill top towns of Tuscany and Rome. By the end of the class, students will have developed basic pronunciation skills as well as the ability to carry out short conversations, such as greeting others, ordering in restaurants, asking for directions, and shopping at the market, to help prepare for future travels in Italy. This fun and interactive class is ideal for anyone with a desire to learn about or travel to the Bel Paese! Recommended text: Italian a Language Map by Kristine Kershul (1999); however, it is not required. Included in the course is a phrase pamphlet that will be used for class and useful when in Italy.

Activity #384400.00 Date: Tuesday, June 11 Time: 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. Cost: Free, please register in advance When we dream at night, what the heck is going on? Why would I dream of someone chasing me? Or appearing in a public place naked? This class explores what modern research can tell us about dreams as well as offer theories on why we dream. We’ll explore some of the famous dreams that impacted the lives of Abraham Lincoln, Niels Bohr, Elias Howe, and Paul McCartney, among others. More importantly, we’ll analyze how paying attention to our dreams might have a positive influence on our lives right now. Bring paper and pen for note taking. Instructor: Paul Flanders.


Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Drumming Class
Date: Tuesdays Time: 9:30 -10:30 a.m. June 4, 11, 18 Activity #384404.06 July 9, 16, 23 Activity #384404.07 Cost: $21.00 resident, $25.00 non-resident August 6, 13, 20, 27 Activity #384404.08 Cost: $28.00 resident, $33.00 non-resident DRUM ONE! DRUM ALL! If you can talk, you can drum. Along with all the different types of fitness programs to choose from, one of them is drumming. The classes are fun, easy, and accessible to anyone, regardless of age or


physical condition. Drumming offers many health benefits, including boosting the immune system, improving circulation, reducing stress, producing endorphins, and right/left brain stimulation. You may bring your own djembe drum, or one will be provided for you. Instructor: Gregg Hansen.

Summer Film Series
Activity #384402.00 Date: Tuesday, June 18 USA, Comedy, 2012, 1hr. 25 min. Worlds collide when hardened Ku Klux Klansman Leroy Lowe and Mexican field laborer Emilio are forced to share a small prison cell. Leroy, far from his KKK comrades, finds the chatty Emilio slowly chipping away at his anger and prejudice. Leroy’s weekly rehab meetings with the warden take on a different meaning when Madalena, a beautiful Mexican maid, is hired to clean the warden’s office. An unconventional love story develops that opens Leroy’s eyes to the possibility of a different life. And a man who was a born and bred racist finds himself heading down a completely different path to salvation. Directed by Jesse Baget.

The Last Ocean

Activity #384403.00 Date: Tuesday, August 6 New Zealand, Feature Documentary, 2012, 87 min. There is one last, absolutely wild, wonder of the world, the Ross Sea, Antarctica. This vast, frozen landscape is filled with life – whales, seals, and penguins carving out a place on the very edge of existence. It is one of the last places on earth where the delicate balance of nature still prevails untouched by humans. But an international fishing fleet has recently found its way to the Ross Sea and is targeting Antarctic toothfish, sold as Chilean Seabass in up-market restaurants around the world. The catch is so lucrative it is known as white gold. Ecologist David Ainley knows that unless fishing is stopped, the natural balance of the Ross Sea will be lost forever. He rallies his fellow scientists, and begins a campaign taking on commercial fishermen and governments in a race to protect Earth’s last untouched ocean from our civilization’s insatiable appetite for irreplaceable creatures of the sea.


Lifelong Heading Learning Classes & Programs
Resource Education
Medicare Basics Classes When is it time to engage a conservator or guardian? And what does that mean anyway?
Activity #388001.00 Date: Wednesday, June 12 Time: 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. Cost: Free, but please register in advance Elder Law and Estate attorney Dan Kapsak will present a class on the ins and outs of conservatorships and guardianships—of protecting the needs of persons under disability—in Colorado.  You will learn: 1. Such “protective proceedings” are not “one size fits all” but are carefully crafted to meet the specific needs of your loved one; 2. Having a guardian or conservator does not mean complete loss of dignity or voice; 3. Having the court’s oversight is important where family dynamics are turning into family dynamite; 4. Court supervision is only one alternative to protecting the needs of persons under disability. Dan has maintained his own law practice since 1987, as principal in The Kapsak Law Firm, LLC.  He is an active member of the Colorado and Boulder Bar Associations.  He is a member of The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and serves on the Boulder County Adult Protection Review Team.  He has served on numerous Ethics Committee throughout Boulder County and on the boards of many charitable organizations. Activity #388002.06 June 17 Activity #388002.07 July 15 Activity #388002.08 August 19 Dates: Mondays Time: 10:00 a.m. - noon Cost: Free, but please register in advance Medicare Basics classes are offered by the Boulder County Area Agency on Aging Medicare Counselors. Information is provided about Medicare enrollment, benefits, costs, what and how Medicare pays, choices under Medicare plans, how they work, and prescription drug coverage. There is time for both a group presentation and an individual meeting with a Medicare counselor to answer your questions. Call the Senior Center at 303-651-8411 to register.

Be Credit Wise

Activity #388003.00 Date: Wednesday, July 10 Time: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Cost: Free, but please register in advance. Many of us want to take advantage of flexibility in our spending plans by using credit. When used wisely, credit can be a great tool. Debts on the other hand can sometimes cause great stress. Come and learn about topics such as: • Benefits of credit • Considerations before applying for credit • Methods to establish and re-establish credit • Strategies to minimize the cost of credit • Ways to use credit wisely • The importance of keeping debt low • The truth about “pay day loans” • What to do with debt problems • Some costly credit decisions to avoid • Protect your credit history Sara Gilbert of Green Path, formerly Consumer Credit Counseling, will be presenting this class.


Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
When is it Time to Bring in Extra Help?
Activity #388004.00 Date: Wednesday, July 17 Time: 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Cost: Free, but please register in advance How do you handle the times when you, your family, or your friends can’t quite do it all? What happens when medical challenges and emotional challenges interrupt your life? Where do you turn? Join us in a conversation exploring the many options for bringing services into your home so that you can remain there as long as possible. We are fortunate to have Sandi McCann of HomeCare of the Rockies, Jill Gardiner of Complete Home Health Care, Sherri Klotz of Encompass Home Healthcare, Karla Hale of Meals on Wheels, Renita Henson of Prestige Plus/Longmont United Hospital. You will learn about resources, be able to ask questions, and learn where to turn. The conversation will be facilitated by Ruth Waukau.


Is There a Time When the Use of Mediation to Resolve Family Conflicts Between Elders and Their Loved Ones Is Called For?
Activity #388005.00 Date: Wednesday, August 7 Time: 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Cost: Free, but please register in advance As the population ages, conflicts between elders and their family members are increasing. This conversation will present strategies for addressing such disputes without destroying family relationships and resorting to expensive legal options. Join Susan Spaulding, Community Relations Specialist from the City of Longmont Community and Neighborhood Services, and Ruth Waukau, LCSW, Social Worker from the City of Longmont Senior Services.


Activity #388006.00 Date: Thursday, August 15 Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Cost: Free, but please register in advance HELP! I’m falling and I can’t get up. HELP! My husband just wandered off and I don’t know where he went. HELP! I want to stay in my home, but I know I need help. Aging in place is so important to all of us. Join us in a conversation to explore more options that help us stay at home. There are a number of agencies that use modern technology to assist caregivers who may not always be able to be with their loved one. Perhaps your loved one is able to continue to live at home because you have a system that monitors their wellbeing and reassures you they are safe. Perhaps you live alone and want the comfort of knowing that if you fall someone will come to help you. When you can’t always supervise your loved one, there is a system that can locate them if they wander away from home. We are fortunate to have Colorado Life Trak through Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Direct Link, and Ever Present Systems represent these options. This conversation will be facilitated by Ruth Waukau of Senior Services.


Lifelong Learning Classes & Programs
Health & Wellness Education
Seasonal Attunement: Let Nature Be Your Guide


Date: Thursdays Time: 9:30-11:00 a.m. Activity #385001.06 June 6, 13, 20 and July 11, 18, 25 (two-week break during Senior Center closure), Cost: $48.00 resident, $58.00 non-resident Activity #385001.08 August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Cost: $40.00 resident, $48.00 non-resident The purpose of the meditation instruction will be: • 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 Swamiji will offer different techniques for meditation, to help you discover which one suits you best. The techniques will generally include one breathing exercise, one visualization exercise, one memory stimulating exercise, one exercise to transform negative emotions to positive ones, one devotional exercise, and silent observation of the activities of the mind. Yogacharya Dharmananda is a preeminent scholar and teacher of the Science of Yoga, Hindu Philosophy, and Comparative Religion. He comes to us from Rishikesh, India, but is currently based in Longmont, where he teaches the Science of Yoga and offers yoga and meditation classes, as well as one-on-one spiritual counseling.

Activity#385002.00 Date: Monday, June 10 Time: 9:30-11:00 a.m. Cost: FREE, but please register

“Live in each season as it passes: breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit.” Henry David Thoreau What do you love about summer? What about summer is difficult for you? Let’s look at how we respond to the weather, landscape, traditions, and moods of each season. When you take time to appreciate what you enjoy about each month and learn how to turn around challenges that a month may bring, you will find yourself in tune with the seasons and more closely connected to the cycle of life. Deborah Windrum, author of Harvest the Bounty of Your Career, is an active member of Sage-ing International® and the Front Range Sage-ing Chapter and has been an academic librarian for more than 35 years.

File of Life


This small document provides space to keep your most important medical, health, and emergency contact information in one place. The magnet pouch allows you to place this on your refrigerator. Family members, neighbors, friends or Emergency Responders have access to this information should the need arise. These are available at the Senior Center. Please inquire at the front desk or see Peggy in PrestigePlus, or Veronica or Eleanor, our Resource staff.

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Advance Directives
Activity #385003.06 Friday, June 14 Activity #385003.07 Friday, July 12 Activity #385003.08 Friday, August 9 Time: 9:30-11:00 a.m. Cost: $5.00 resident, $6.00 non-resident Please note: These are separate classes, not a series. There is no better time than the present to consider and clarify your wishes for medical treatment in the event you become incapacitated. 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 class, 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 PrestigePLUS. Activity #385005.00 Date: Monday, August 26 Time: 9:30-11:00 a.m. Cost: FREE, but please register


Growing Great Food and Healthy Communities

Have you ever wondered what it takes to grow vegetables for a living or what it means to raise grass-fed beef? And what about this whole local food movement? How are chefs and restaurants incorporating local food into their menus?  Join us to learn about local food production while enjoying first-hand tales and tastes from a variety of Boulder County farmers, food producers, and a local chef. You'll hear why, in spite of a short growing season and challenging conditions, local agriculture is on the rise. The Longmont Farmers’ Market is excited to join the Longmont Senior Center for another seasonal harvest celebration!

Friends, Longmonters, Countryfolk… Lend Me Your Hearts!!!
Activity #385004.00 Date: Monday, July 22 Time: 9:30-11:00 a.m. Cost: FREE, but please register

Senior Center Open House:

Whether you have experienced cardiac issues or not, this program will provide you with helpful information to improve and maintain your heart health. Presenter is Glenn Curry, Cardiac Rehab Nurse at Longmont United Hospital, with Bachelor’s Degrees in Biology and Nursing. He will focus on function, exercise, and prevention of disease. Glenn has been in the health field for 20 years working in trauma ICU, step down units, clinical practice, and various fitness facilities.

Bring a friend, neighbor, or family member and join us at the Senior Center for an open house! The Senior Advisory Board will be showcasing the programs, activities, and services available at the Senior Center. We are so proud of the many diverse offerings that we are inviting the community to meet the staff of the Senior Center, the members of the Advisory Board, and the many leaders and participants of the various activities. Date: Saturday, August 24 Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.


Health & Wellness Services
Office Hours: Closed: Telephone: Location: Mon.-Thu., 9:00 a.m. - noon and 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Fridays 303-651-5080 Longmont Senior Center

Get to Know Us/You

Time: 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Come find out about PrestigePLUS and what we can offer you. Meetings are the first Friday of each month. Call us for details at 303-651-5080.

Therapeutic Services

Various forms of massage therapy to meet your unique needs are available at the PrestigePLUS office. 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 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 office 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.

We can help you review and update your advance medical directives (living will, medical power of attorney, Five Wishes) or provide you with the 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 PrestigePLUS Program Coordinator.

Foot Care Clinic
Date: Time: Cost:

2nd & 4th Fridays Noon – 4:45 p.m. $45.00 for 1st assessment, $32.00 for follow-up visits. There is an extra charge for home visits or special needs.


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.

Hearing Assistance Devices are Available!

Foot care is offered by a registered nurse and includes short foot massage, foot bath, 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.

Exercise & Fitness Classes

3 R’s—Rediscover, Restore, Realign Aerobic Fitness Feldenkrais Method®
(Working from a Chair)


Tuesdays 9:00–10:00 a.m. Mon./Wed./Fri. 8:00–9:00 a.m. Thursdays 11:00–noon Tuesdays Noon – 1:00 p.m. Tuesdays 1:30–2:30 p.m. Mondays 12:30–1:30 p.m. Wednesdays 12:30–1:30 p.m. Tuesdays 11:00 – 11:45 a.m.

No classes in June or July Aug 6 – 27 Ongoing Jun 6, 13, 20 Jul 11, 18, 25 Aug 1 – 29 Jun 4, 11, 18 Jul 9 – 30 Aug 6 – 27 Jun 4, 11, 18 Jul 9 – 30 Aug 6 – 27 Jun 3, 10, 17 Jul 8 – 29 Aug 5 – 26 Jun 5, 12, 19 Jul 10 – 31 Aug 7 – 28 Jun 4, 11, 18 Jul 9 – 16 Aug 6 – 27

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Feldenkrais Walking Class Line Dance



Tai Chi for Everyone

Tap Dance

Beginning Wu Tai Chi

Wednesdays 4:00–5:00 p.m. Wednesdays 5:00–6:00 p.m. Mondays 2:00–3:00 p.m.

Jun 5, 12, 19 Jul 10 – 31 Aug 7 – 28 Jun 5, 12, 19 Jul 10 – 31 Aug 7 – 28 Jun 3, 10, 17 Jul 8 – 29 Aug 5 – 26

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Advanced Wu Tai Chi

Yoga for Active Adults


3 R’s - Rediscover, Restore, Realign
Let us help you attain the 3 R's of the Egoscue Method (Egoscue is the name of the person who developed this methodology). The Egoscue Method is a Postural Therapy Program which involves a series of stretches and gentle exercises. Rediscover the body's design, Restore function, Return to health. Egoscue works by returning the body to its original blueprint—the standing normal anatomical position.


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.

Tai Chi for Everyone

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.

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, Parkinson’s, 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

Feldenkrais® CHAIR Class

Explore a wide variety of movements and cultivate your self-awareness. Improve your range of motion, balance, and mental clarity. Ease pain and aid in the recovery from injury, accident, or lack of exercise. The lessons will be done on a CHAIR.

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 you’ll learn the basic movements to achieve good body alignment, balance and coordination. Taught by Lillian Koenigsberg.

Feldenkrais® WALKING Class

Advanced Wu Tai Chi

Improve your ability to walk. These "Awareness Through Movement" lessons will improve your balance and gait and cultivate an easier stride. Most of the lesson will be standing with the aid of a chair for balance.

Line Dance

At the advanced level, you’ll learn movements that will challenge your coordination and mental, emotional and physical balance. In addition to that, you’ll 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.


Are you looking for fun? Look no further; Join Terry Wallace, your instructor, in this wonderful form of exercise. The benefits of line dancing are many— control high blood pressure and cholesterol, manage stress, reduce risk of heart disease, strengthen bones and muscles without hurting your joints, and improve your posture and 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!

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.

Fitness Classes at the St. Vrain Memorial Building • 700 Longs Peak Ave.
Senior Conditioning
Learn the basics behind strength training, by working on different muscle groups and learning proper techniques and body alignment. You will work with various types of equipment such as balls, bands, and hand weights and learn things you can do at home, too. This class gives you an “all in one” workout and may even include some mild cardio to get your heart rate elevated in addition to building and toning muscle. (Drop in $3.50)

Gentle Yoga – Mondays and /or Wednesdays This class is a very easy and gentle class. People with MS, Parkinson’s, and arthritis have all found this class to be helpful. Yoga is a great way to improve total well-being. Techniques will improve breathing, flexibility, strength, balance, and relaxation. Please bring 2 blankets or a yoga mat
18 & up: Mon, 10:30-11:45 a.m. Dates: June 3-24 Activity #343113.A Fee: $28.00 resident, $35.00 non-resident Dates: Fee: Dates: Fee: July 1-29 Activity #343113.B $35.00 resident, $43.75 non-resident Aug 5-26* Activity #343113.C. *NO Class: 08/12 $21.00 resident, $26.25 non-resident

Times: Tues. & Thurs., 8:00-9:00 a.m. Dates: May 28- June 20 Activity # 313203.1A June 25 - July 18* Activity # 313203.1B July 23 – Aug. 8* Activity # 313203.1C Aug. 20 – Sept. 12 Activity # 313203.1D Location: St. Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave. Fee: $24.00 resident, $30.00 non-resident $18.00 resident, $22.50 non-resident * (3 weeks)

Senior Strength Training

18 & up: Wed, 10:30-11:45 a.m. Dates: June 5-26 Activity #343133.A Fee: $28.00 resident, $35.00 non-resident Dates: Fee: Dates: Fee: July 3-31 Activity #343133.B $35.00 resident, $43.75 non-resident Aug 7-28* Activity #343133.C *NO Class: 08/14 $21.00 resident, $26.25 non-resident

Increase bone mass and muscle strength and reduce the risk of osteoporosis while learning to improve your strength, balance, and posture and to reduce risk from injury by building and toning muscles. Please note: must have previously taken the Senior Conditioning class or receive permission from the instructor. (Drop in $3.50) Times: Tues & Thurs, 9:15-10:15 a.m. Dates: May 28 - June 20 Activity # 313503.1A June 25 - July 18* Activity # 313503.1B July 23 - Aug. 8* Activity # 313503.1C Aug. 20 - Sept. 12 Activity # 313503.1D Location: St. Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave. Fee: $24.00 resident, $30.00 non-resident $18.00 resident $22.50 non-resident * (3 weeks)

Drop in Fee: $9.00 resident/ $11.25 non-resident Instructor: Maura Youle Location: St Vrain Memorial Building


Fitness Classes at the Recreation Center • 310 Quail Rd. Longmont
The SilverSneakers® Fitness Program SilverSneakers® YogaStretch
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. Find out more by calling Heather @ 303-774-4718. 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. YogaStretch 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: Mondays & Wednesdays 9:15-10 a.m., Fridays 11-11:45 a.m.

SilverSneakers® Cardio Circuit

SilverSneakers® Orientation

A facility orientation will be held for SilverSneakers® participants the first and third Thursday 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 Longmont Recreation Center front desk. Fee: Free for SilverSneakers® participants Dates: Time: June 6 9:00 -10:00 a.m. June 20 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. July 11 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. July 18 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. August 1 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. August 15 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

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: Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:35-10:20 a.m.

SilverSneakers® Cardio Fit “NEW”

Longmont Recreation Center Only

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 upper–body strength, abdominal conditioning, stretching and relaxation exercises designed to energize your active lifestyle. Days/Times: Wednesday 1:30-2:30 p.m.

SilverSneakers® Muscular Strength & Range of Motion (MSROM)


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.

Activate your aqua urge for variety! SilverSplash 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: Mondays 10:15-11:00 a.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:45-12:30 p.m.


Days/Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:45-9:30 a.m.

Drop-in Sports, Organized Sport Leagues, & Outdoor Activities
At the Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road Date/Time: Mondays-Thursdays, 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 too. 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 the weather permits.

Senior Golf Association

Activity # 287002.00 Cost: $16.00 resident, $19.00 non-resident
This is a great way to get out and play 9 holes of golf with other senior golfers; all levels of golfers are welcome; NO GHIN number required. This fun, non-competitive, weekly group begins May 17 and continues through mid-October. If you are unable to attend and would like more information, please contact Theresa Schulte, 303651-8578, or theresa.schulte@ci.longmont.co.us.

Senior Softball – Ages 50+

Drop In Volleyball
Date: Time: Location: Cost:

The Longmont Senior Center will be participating in the Colorado Senior Softball Association again this year. Practices and home games are hosted at Garden Acres Park (2058 Spencer). If you’d like to come out and support our teams, we have schedules at the front desk. Or, if you have questions or would like to be on a team next year, please call Kari at (303) 651-8495.

Fridays, August 23 and continuing through March 2014. 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. St. Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave. $2.00 per session or Senior Center Activity Card

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.

All levels of players are welcome! You don't 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. A dropin fee of $2.00, is collected each session (afternoon), or you may purchase a Senior Center Activity Card with 10 or 18 uses on it .

Volleyball Teams

Calling all volleyball players! The Colorado Senior Volleyball Association begins the fall leagues on September 4. This league is for age 50+ Coed volleyball teams throughout the Front Range metro area. If you are interested in joining a team in the Colorado Association of Senior Volleyball, teams will be practicing on Mondays from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Longmont Recreation Center.

Matches are hosted on Wednesday afternoons, at home and throughout the Front Range. Call Theresa for more information, 303-651-8578 or e-mail theresa.schulte@ci.longmont.co.us

An organizational meeting will be hosted July 9, at 2:00 p.m., if you would like to find out about joining a team, please attend!


A variety of hiking destinations with different skill levels has been planned. All hikers are responsible for bringing and carrying their own gear: water/ drink, food, clothing, and equipment. Hikers are also responsible for staying with the group and being able to maintain a pace appropriate to the rating. (Please see our Hiking Newsletter for our rating system, equipment suggestions, and other program tidbits.) Mileage is approximate and represents the entire distance. The hike locations may be changed based on unforeseen conditions (e.g., weather, construction). Return time may vary according to location, weather, pace, and trail conditions. Prior to hiking, be sure to check with your physician regarding starting this program to make sure you are in good health. Hiking, especially at higher elevations, can be strenuous. If you have questions about your conditioning or endurance level, we encourage you to begin with a hike rated "easy." Day: Check-in: Depart: Return: Cost: Date June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27 July 11 July 18 July 25 Aug 1 Aug 8 Aug 15 Aug 22 Aug 29 Thursdays 7:15 a.m. 7:30 a.m. approx. 2:30 p.m. $7.00 resident, $9.00 non-resident (For a full refund, cancel by Monday prior to the hike.) Location Ann U. White Lawn Lake** Deer Mountain** Little Horseshoe** Caribou Ranch Jean Lunning Trail Ouzel Falls** Lake Isabelle Lulu City** Ute Trail to Milner Pass Ceran St. Vrain Deserted Village (N Fork) Level Distance Elevation Easy-mod 3.2 mi 6,040 ft Moderate 4 mi 8,540 ft Difficult 6.2 mi 8,920 ft Easy-mod 3.8 mi 8,937 ft Easy-mod 4.4 mi 8,860 ft Easy 2.5 mi 10,480 ft Mod-diff Moderate Moderate Moderate Easy-mod Easy-mod 5.4 mi 4 mi 4.8 mi 4.5 mi 4 mi 6 mi 8,500 ft 10,750 ft 9,010 ft 11,440 ft 8,330 ft 7,960 ft Gain 160 ft 500 ft 1,092 ft -417 ft 300 ft 100 ft 960 ft 400 ft 350 ft -1,050 ft 370 ft 200 ft A A, S R R Notes W EG W W A, W R, S Activity # 387400.01 387400.02 387400.03 387400.04 387400.05 387400.06 387400.07 387400.08 387400.09 387400.10 387400.11 387400.12


R=rocks, S=steps, W=water crossing, EG=elevation gain A = high altitude

** In Rocky Mountain Nation Park; you will need a pass, or you can pay a one-day fee.

Trip & Registration Information
Trips are scheduled on various modes of transit: mini buses, school buses and coach buses. The style of bus is dependent upon cost, size of group, time and distance traveled, as well as availability of buses. We always try to be cost efficient and comfort oriented. Departure times are definite. 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 303-651-8442, if you do so.

Saturday, May 18, 10:00 – noon Lottery style.

Trip Registration

If you are unable to attend the registration kickoff on Saturday, you may register at the front desk or over the phone or online at www. ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr beginning May 20.


In fairness for all and to eliminate the need to arrive early, we will use a lottery format for the first day of trip registration. Numbers will be distributed to participants at 10:00 a.m. Corresponding numbers will then be 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 10:00 a.m., 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.

TRIP PICK-UP AND RETURN LOCATION Longmont Senior Center 910 Longs Peak Ave.

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.


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.

Lunch Wagon

Smokin’ Dave’s BBQ & Taphouse - Lyons
Activity #381002.09 Activity #381002.16 Activity #381002.23 Activity #381002.30

Tuesday, July 9 Tuesday, July 16 Tuesday, July 23 Tuesday, July 30

Wildflowers Restaurant, Broomfield
Activity #381001.04 Activity #381001.11 Activity #381001.18

Nothing like an All American BBQ to celebrate the summer and an American tradition! Family owned and operated, you’ll find recipes refined by a chef who loves to smoke meats, create his own sauces, and prepare delish meals. From St. Louis Style Ribs, to Carolina Pulled Pork, Southern Catfish, or an assortment of salads, it’ll be tough choosing what to order. Check-in: 10:35 a.m. Depart: 10:50 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 May 18, cancel by July 3, July 10, July 17, or July 24 (respectively) for full refund.

Tuesday, June 4 Tuesday, June 11 Tuesday, June 18

Family owned and operated, the Wildflowers Restaurant offers the very best in authentic UK cuisine. Explore the wonderful flavors of the region, from fish and chips, to house-made bangers and mash, from Yorkshire puddings made fresh daily to the house-made corned beef and cabbage or bubble and squeak. They also offer some American fare as well. Menu price ranges from $7.00 - $12.00 for salads, sandwiches, and lunch entrées. Check-in: 10:15 a.m. Depart: 10:30 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 May 18, cancel by May 29, or June 5, or June 12, (respectively) for full refund.

Ruby Tuesday’s - Westminster
Activity #381003.06 Activity #381003.13 Activity #381003.20 Activity #381003.27 Tuesday, August 6 Tuesday, August 13 Tuesday, August 20 Tuesday, August 27

This restaurant is known for its varied menu, consistently good food, and a nice salad bar. Enjoy a lunch out and leave the cooking and cleaning to the professionals! Check-in: 10:15 a.m. Depart: 10:30 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 May 18, cancel by July 31, August 7, August 14, or August 21 (respectively) for full refund.



Casino Trips

Fitzgerald’s Casino, Black Hawk
Activity #381005.00 Date: Tuesday, July 9 Although new to us as a casino who will host groups, Fitzgerald’s is one of the original casinos in Black Hawk. They are known for their friendly staff and plenty of games to choose from with over 580 machines, table games, and lots of ways to earn comps and cash back. With this group package, when certain requirements are met you are eligible for discounts and cash back with use of their player’s card.

Century Casino, Central City
Activity #381004.00 Date: Thursday, June 6 Enjoy this outing to a favorite Central City casino. With a friendly staff, nice restaurant, and—we hope—loose slots, it should be a good day to go and play! Century has a mix of the newest slots and of course some of the longtime favorites, in addition to table games and video poker. Earn points on your slot card for cash back and a discount in the restaurant. Head for the hills and be a winner. Check in: 8:40 a.m. Depart: 9:00 a.m. Return: 5:00 p.m. Cost: $12.00 resident, $15.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort and transportation. Sign up: Begins May 18, cancel by Monday, June 3, for a full refund.

Check in: 8:40 a.m. Depart: 9:00 a.m. Return: 5:00 p.m. Cost: $12.00 resident, $15.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort and transportation. Sign up: Begins May 18, cancel by Monday, July 5, for a full refund.

Reserve Casino – Central City
Activity #381006.00 Date: Monday, August 5 With over 700 of the hottest slots, the latest progressives, and the very best in video poker, Reserve has the largest number of jackpots in Central City. Games that are now available at the Reserve include: Penny, nickel, quarter, dollar, and five-dollar slots; video poker and keno; and a huge section of video poker, including multidenomination games, 100 Pay, and Triple Play. Play your favorite games and earn rewards on their slot card to gain cash back and discounts. Check in: 8:40 a.m. Depart: 9:00 a.m. Return: 5:00 p.m. Cost: $12.00 resident, $15.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort and transportation. Sign up: Begins May 18, cancel by July 26, for a full refund.


Garden Sampler #1 – The Hudson Gardens
Activity #381007.00 Date: Friday, June 7 Colorado’s regional botanic gardens comprise a sophisticated and unique plant palette that comes alive during the summer months. Join us as we sample a few. This month we are featuring the Hudson Gardens. This 30-acres garden located in Littleton has a variety of areas including a plant zoo, songbird garden, Victoria water lilies garden, interpretive tree trail, vegetable garden, and more. You can also go birding, check out the beehives, or ride the garden railroad. Food is available at the snack shop; costs are on your own. Check-in: 8:15 a.m. Depart: 8:30 a.m. Return: 1:30 p.m. Cost: $12.50 resident, $15.00 non-resident Transportation: Senior Services minibus Includes: Trip escort, garden admission, and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by May 31, for full refund.

Doyle & Debbie Show at Garner Galleria Theater, Denver
Activity #381009.00 Date: Saturday, June 15 Doyle Mayfield, an old-guard country star “hasbeen,” is reviving his career 30 years, four wives, and three Debbies later. The new Debbie sees this lovable lothario as her last chance to make it big in Nashville. Watch their journey in this new original musical — part parody and part praise of country’s iconic duos — that takes audiences on a wickedly funny and freewheeling joyride. Sense of humor required to enjoy this show, as this duo sings outrageous songs with titles “Whine Whine Twang Twang” or “When You’re Screwing Other Women” (think of me). The two are talented actors and singers; their banter will keep you guessing as to how far they can go — nothing politically correct, and equal opportunity to offend. Contains adult themes, language, and sexual innuendo. It is a ninety-minute program with no intermission. Check-in: 12:10 p.m. Depart: 12:30 p.m. Return: 5:30 p.m. Cost: $59.00 resident, $65.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort, show ticket, and transportation Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by June 11 for full refund. Café is well-rounded – cinnamon rolls to oatmeal to quiche. Prices range from $3.00 – $9.00, and costs are on your own. Check-in: 8:15 a.m. Depart: 8:30 a.m. Return: 12:30 p.m. Cost: $8.50 resident, $10.50 non-resident Transportation: Senior Services minibus Includes: Trip escort and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by June 7, for full refund.

Pella Crossing & Breakfast at Crane Hollow Café
Activity #381008.00 Date: Friday, June 14 Enjoy a leisurely, scenic stroll around Pella Crossing, followed up with breakfast at the Café. The walk is a 3-mile loop around ponds with wildlife, scenery, wildflowers, and picturesque views of some farms and animals. Wear comfortable shoes, dress for the outdoors, and bring water if it is warm. You may also want to bring your camera. The menu at the


Activity #381022.00 Wednesday, June 19 It's the West the way you want it — a real working ranch with bison, horses, and cowboys. Climb aboard the private train and ride out to the middle of the bison herd. After experiencing the train ride and herd, you’ll head to the dining hall for their famed Dirty Dan Magee Grilled burger platter which includes your choice of beef or bison burgers, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, cheese, ranch baked beans, the Ranch's creamy coleslaw, and buffalo chipped cookies, iced tea, lemonade, or ice water. Following the lunch you’ll have time to visit the Trading Post before heading back to civilization. The ranch is located just north of the Colorado border, in Wyoming. Due to the train ride time, lunch will be served closer to 1 p.m.; bring a snack for the bus if you’d like. Check-in: 10:15 a.m. Depart: 10:30 a.m. Return: 4:00 p.m. Cost: $49.00 resident, $56.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort, train ride, lunch, and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by June 13, for full refund.

Denver MountainAires — Salute to America
Activity #381010.00 Date: Saturday, June 22 Get in the mood for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday by attending this patriotic celebration! Special tributes to the music of American composers John Philip Sousa and Irving Berlin, performed by The Denver MountainAires Barbershop Chorus with special guests Thornton Community Band. Hosted at Wheat Ridge High School Auditorium, with general seating available, no reserved seats. Transportation will be with RTD SeniorRide; you will need to bring $5.00 cash on the day of the trip for the bus (exact change please). Check-in: 12:15 p.m. Depart: 12:30 p.m. Return: 5:00 p.m. Cost: $9.00 resident, $11.00 non-resident Transportation: RTD SeniorRide – BRING $5.00 cash on day of trip for bus fare. Includes: Trip escort and show. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by June 18, for full refund.

Gardens on Spring Creek, in Fort Collins. Their vision is to be a world-class botanic garden that is community-oriented, educational, experiential, and sustainable. Here you’ll enjoy a guided walking tour that lasts about 45 minutes, and then you can explore on your own. There are no concessions, but you may bring food with you and eat in one of the shaded areas. Check-in: 8:00 a.m. Depart: 8:15 a.m. Return: 12:30 p.m. Cost: $14.25 resident, $17.25 non-resident Transportation: Senior Services minibus Includes: Trip escort, garden admission, guided tour, and transportation Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by July 12, for full refund.

Garden Sampler #2 – Gardens on Spring Creek
Activity #381011.00 Date: Friday, July 19 Colorado’s regional botanic gardens comprise a sophisticated and unique plant palette that comes alive during the summer months. Join us as we sample a few. This month we are featuring the



American Museum of Western Art – Denver
Activity #381012.00 Date: Thursday July 25 The  American Museum of Western Art – The Anschutz Collection is a nonprofit museum located in the historic Navarre Building in downtown Denver, Colorado. Founded in 2010, the Museum is the permanent home of The Anschutz Collection. The artwork on view at the American Museum of Western Art represents a cross section of paintings that survey the art of the American West from the early 19th century through the age of industrialization. During the relatively short period of history illustrated by this collection, the West was transformed from unknown Indian Territory into a settled region. Within only 90 years after the Louisiana Purchase, the “Old West” of Indian buffalo hunters, mountain men, pioneers, goldseekers, and open-range cowboys had passed into history. This guided tour lasts approximately 1½ to 2 hours. Following the tour the group will stop for lunch at Cinzetti’s, an Italian Market Buffet, in Northglenn. Cost for lunch on your own; senior pricing $7.99 plus tax & tip. Check-in: 8:10 a.m. Depart: 8:20 a.m. Return: 2:30 p.m. Cost: $30.00 resident, $35.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort, admission, and tour. Lunch cost on your own. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by July 19, for full refund.

Cirque du Soleil - Amaluna
Activity #381013.00 Date: Sunday, July 28 Under The Grand Chapiteau in the Pepsi Center parking lot, the world famous Cirque du Soleil will dazzle you with their latest show. Amaluna invites the audience to a mysterious  island governed by Goddesses and guided by the cycles of the moon. Their queen, Prospera, directs her daughter’s coming-of-age ceremony in a rite that honours femininity, renewal, rebirth, and balance which marks the passing of these insights and values from one generation to the next. In the wake of a storm caused by Prospera, a group of young men lands on the island, triggering an epic, emotional story of love between Prospera’s daughter and a brave young suitor. But theirs is a love that will be put to the test. The couple must face numerous demanding trials and overcome daunting setbacks before they can achieve mutual trust, faith, and harmony. Snacks and beverages available at concession stands. Tickets are in section 104, lower level; there are stairs to access the seats, no elevators. Check-in: 11:00 a.m. Depart: 11:15 a.m. Return: 5:30 p.m. Cost: $98.00 resident, $108.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort, show admission, and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by July 19, for full refund.


Simulated Trial – Mock Juror
Activity #381014.00 Date: Thursday, August 1 This is your chance to serve as a mock juror and potentially improve the quality of our courtrooms. The National Institute for Trial Lawyers is an education provider; having actual jurors is an important part of the learning experience to enhance new attorneys’ skills. You need no experience to participate. You may be involved in the jury selection, focus groups, critiquing opening statements and closing arguments, or being part of the trial in which a verdict is reached. In addition to a lunch, you will receive an honorarium of $25 for the morning and then afternoon session. The National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) is located in Boulder. Check-in: 7:00 a.m. Depart: 7:15 a.m. Return: 5:30 p.m. Cost: $26.00 resident, $31.00 non-resident Transportation: School bus Includes: Trip escort, lunch, trial, and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by July 25, for full refund.

Sculpture Invitational Show
Activity #381016.00 Date: Saturday, August 10 The Sculpture Invitational Show at Benson Park in Loveland is one of the largest sculpture shows in the United States, celebrating its 30th anniversary, with a diversity of artists displaying hundreds of works of art. From miniatures to monuments, presenting artists’ work in bronze, stone, metal, glass, mixed mediums, etc. to create sculpture in a variety of forms. If you’ve never been, it is a fascinating collection that is sure to have something that appeals to your taste. The park also has more than 130 pieces of sculpture on permanent display by world-renowned artists. This is an outdoor event, with tents, so be prepared to walk. There is also a food court; food costs are on your own. Check-in: 8:45 a.m. Depart: 9:00 a.m. Return: 1:00 p.m. Cost: $16.50 resident, $19.50 non-resident Transportation: Senior Services minibus Includes: Trip escort, show admission, and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by August 2, for full refund.

Historic Leadville
Activity #381015.00 Date: Wednesday, August 7

Explore Leadville, a place that holds stories of boom times of the Wild West, miners, gamblers, gunslingers, and women of uncommon character. Today’s journey includes a favorite speaker regarding the history of Colorado. Larry Ralston will be the step-on guide to share the day with you and provide information about this unique mining town and the people who made history here. Included will be lunch at the famous Delaware Hotel, a guided tour of the National Mining Museum, and

a visit to the Matchless Mine and Baby Doe’s cabin. Most of the day will be spent at an elevation of 10,152 feet; those with breathing concerns need to be aware of this high elevation. Remember to stay hydrated when traveling to higher elevations and bring along a sweater or light jacket, as the weather can vary quite a bit from the front range. Check-in: 8:15 a.m. Depart: 8:30 a.m. Return: 6:30 p.m. Cost: $64.00 resident, $71.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort, lunch, museum admission, tour guides, and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by August 2, for full refund.



Garden Sampler #3 – The Denver Botanic Garden
Activity #381017.00 Date: Monday, August 12 Colorado’s regional botanic gardens comprise a sophisticated and unique plant palette that comes alive during the summer months. Join us as we sample a few. This month we are featuring the 23-acre Denver Botanic Gardens, a top-ranked US botanical garden that offers spectacular garden displays and art exhibits. This season’s outdoor art exhibit, Catalyst: Colorado Sculpture, celebrates the achievements and vision of Colorado sculptors. The artwork introduces a variety of color, texture, and form into an already rich environment. Food may be purchased at the concession stands; costs are on your own. Check-in: 8:00 a.m. Depart: 8:15 a.m. Return: 2:30 p.m. Cost: $27.00 resident, $32.00 non-resident Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort, garden admission, and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by August 5, for full refund.

Rocky Mountain Opry – Estes Park
Activity #381018.00 Date: Saturday, August 24 Said to be the best entertainment in Estes Park, The Barleens, Rocky Mountain Opry, is a wholesome show that includes their talent as a family of musicians and a little comedy to keep it fresh. If you have seen them before, you know they are worth going to again – they come up with new sets and routines each summer. Today’s program is the “Old Time Rock and Roll” theme. Seating is at tables (not theater style) and done as general seating, no reserved seats. We will arrive in plenty of time for you to select a nice spot to see the show. Check-in: 12:15 p.m. Depart: 12:30 p.m. Return: 5:00 p.m. $44.00 resident, $50.00 non-resident Cost: Transportation: Coach bus Includes: Trip escort, show admission, and transportation. Sign-up: Begins May 18, cancel by August 2, for full refund.

RTD SeniorRide to the Colorado Rockies

will offer transportation from the Longmont Senior Center, located at 910 Longs Peak Avenue, to the following Wednesday evening Rockies games: 6/12, 7/3, 7/24, 8/28, 9/4, 9/18, & 9/25. The bus will depart the Longmont Senior Center 90 minutes before game time and will leave Coors Field 30 minutes after the game ends. The fare is $5.00 round-trip for seniors 65 and older and $10.00 round-trip for all other passengers. Call SeniorRide at 303-299-6503 for information.


Day three is all about Beauty and the Beast in Rapid City – we’ll begin with a tour of the Black Hills Gold Factory, and then we’re off exploring the Reptile Gardens, a surprisingly fascinating and friendly place. Prepare to see the sights from new angles, as everyone will receive new seating assignments each day. Special seat requests will not be honored.

South Dakota’s Deadwood Gulch Resort
Activity #381019.01 Single room Cost: $320.00 per person Activity #381019.02 Double/shared room Cost: $260.00 per person Trip Dates: Monday, August 26 – Thursday, August 29 Informational Meeting Date: Friday, May 17, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Back by popular demand, another trip to the historic gaming town of Deadwood, South Dakota, and trips to popular local attractions. Deadwood Gulch Resort (elevation 4,533 ft), located just a mile outside of the town of Deadwood, is a small resort with a cozy atmosphere, nestled next to a river, and with a restaurant on site. For those who wish to explore the town of Deadwood, a trolley from the front of the hotel is available throughout the day and evening for an easy ride to the downtown area. The cost is $1.00 each time you board the trolley. You can find out more about the Deadwood Resort at their website: www.deadwoodgulch.com. We depart bright and early Monday morning, with a stop for a boxed lunch and visit at historic Ft. Laramie, WY. The journey is about 380 miles and will bring us to our destination, Deadwood Gulch Resort, at about 5:30 p.m. Once arriving at the resort, you have the rest of the evening to unpack, eat, relax, and play. The second day will include a trip to Mt. Rushmore for their evening lighting ceremony.

Your trip package includes: 1) 3 nights lodging; 2) $56.00 in meal vouchers; 3) $40 slot play and $6 Black Jack match-play; 4) a free slot tournament entry; 5) Monday boxed lunch and light snacks during some drives; 6) all sites and tours listed above; 7) and round-trip coach transportation from Longmont and each of the tour sites. Tips for the driver and housekeeping staff and meal expenses will be on your own. We are fortunate to be using Colorado Coach again this year. Using the discount coupons at the Deadwood Gulch resort will help keep your food expense very reasonable. Fees quoted include the tours and will not be prorated or modified if you opt out of the tour day. Check-in: 6:30 a.m., Monday, August 26 Depart: 7:00 a.m., Monday, August 26 Return: 6:00 p.m., Thursday, August 29 $320 per person, single occupancy Cost: $260 per person, double/shared room Transportation: Coach bus (Deadwood is approximately 380 miles from Longmont) Sign-up: begins Saturday, May 18, cancel by July 25 for a full refund. If you cancel between July 26 and August 9, you will receive a 50% refund. If you cancel after August 9, you will not receive a refund. Informational Meeting: If you are looking for a roommate or have general questions, please come to the meeting or call Kari at 303-651-8495 for more information.


For more details on the extended 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.

Extended Travel Opportunities With The Senior Center

ITALY October 9 –18, 2013 Only 4 seats remaining! EUROPEAN CRUISE Sept. 27 – Oct. 9, 2013 Space is very limited!
This 12-day cruise will be escorted from Longmont by Don and Karen Wood of Gold Key Travel. You will sail with Oceania Cruises (voted one of the World’s Best Cruise Lines) on an elegant midsize ship with 1,250 passengers in a country-club casual atmosphere. Starting in London and ending in Barcelona, this incredibly diverse itinerary includes Belgium, four ports in France, two ports in Portugal, and four ports in Spain. Cruise price, including round-trip air fare, starts at $6,599 per person for a balcony stateroom (based on two people sharing a room). Special group amenities are included. For more detailed information, contact Gold Key Travel at 303-776-7024. Buon giorno! Join us for a custom tour of incredible Italy. Highlights include lunch in Sirmione on lovely Lake Garda; the enchanting city of Venice; Tuscany with visits to Florence, San Gimignano, and Siena; and the incomparable city of Rome, including the Vatican. Along the way you will also enjoy wine tasting and lunch at an agriturismo. This trip will have active tours in each city, so it is not recommended for people using wheelchairs or walkers. Comprehensive tour price of $4,500 per person (based on two people sharing a room) includes round-trip airfare from Denver, 4-star accommodations, tour with included sightseeing, Whisper System listening device, 14 meals, all transfers and gratuities, travel insurance, and travel managers from Longmont Senior Center and Gold Key Travel. For more details, contact Gold Key Travel at 303-776-7024.

Extended Travel and Tours for 2014:
September 2014  Canadian Rockies and Glacier National Park 8 days in the majestic beauty of the Canadian Rockies!
Highlights include Calgary, Waterton Lakes National Park, Glacier National Park, Banff (staying at the famous Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel), and the massive Columbia Icefield.


SCANDINAVIA & RUSSIA CRUISE June 23 – July 6, 2014
Meeting date: Wednesday, June 12, at 1:30 p.m. If you would like to attend this presentation, please sign up at the Senior Center or call Gold Key Travel at 303-776-7024. An amazing itinerary on a spectacular new ship! Sail on the Royal Princess (debuting in June 2013) roundtrip from Copenhagen, Denmark, to the enchanting ports of Oslo, Norway - Gothenburg, Sweden - Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany Tallinn, Estonia - Helsinki, Finland, and Stockholm, Sweden. The highlight of the cruise will be a 2-day visit to St. Petersburg, Russia …one of the most fascinating cities in the world with its extraordinary history and rich culture and traditions. Visit the Hermitage Museum, one of the world's largest and most valuable collections of fine art housed in the opulent Winter Palace, or the famous Amber Room in Catherine’s Palace. Since the ship will stay overnight, you will even have the opportunity to enjoy a night at the Russian Ballet. Other highlights include the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, the Berlin Wall Memorial, fabulous architecture and modern design in Helsinki, and the tranquility of Gothenburg with its beautiful scenery and gardens. Stockholm is Sweden’s stunning capital and always becomes a “favorite city” for all that visit. Perhaps you have seen the documentary film “The Singing Revolution”? It was in Estonia where this took place, helping to gain their freedom from the USSR in 1991. Perhaps that is why the medieval city of Tallinn is so beautifully preserved and has earned the designation of a UNESCO world heritage site. This cruise is filled with incredible ports and experiences, plus you will have 2 days at sea to relax or enjoy the marvelous activities onboard your sensational floating “home”! We are planning on adding a pre-cruise hotel night and city tour in Copenhagen to this 11-day cruise. Pricing is not yet available, but join us at our meeting on June 12 to find out more details.

COSTA RICA March 1 – 9, 2014 Tropical winter getaway!
Information Meeting date: Wednesday, June 5, at 1:30 p.m. If you would like to attend this presentation, please sign up at the Senior Center or call Gold Key Travel at 303-776-7024. Lush forests, stunning waterfalls, exotic wildlife, and beautiful beaches ... Costa Rica is truly a slice of paradise! Begin in the colorful capital city of San Jose, then continue on to the fertile Central Valley and a tour of the Doka Coffee Plantation. Next stop, mesmerizing ocean views and a relaxing two-night stay at Tamarindo Beach. On to the Monteverde Cloud Forest with its unique ecosystem of mammals, birds, plants, and flora … and for those looking for adventure, a chance to try zip lining! Then travel to the Arenal Volcano area, known as the land of spas and hot springs. You will visit Cano Negro Nature Preserve, home to the largest viewable selection of indigenous wildlife. Finally, visit Zarcero and Grecia — two charming and picturesque villages en route back to San Jose. The tour price includes the 9-day motorcoach tour with first class accommodations and professional tour manager, 14 meals, all transfers (including the transfer to DIA from the Senior Center), travel insurance, gratuities to Collette tour manager/ driver/local guides, baggage handling tips, and services of a Travel Host from Longmont Senior Center and/or Gold Key Travel. Land price is $1,899 per person (based on two people sharing a room). The rate for a single room is $2399. Airfare is not yet available, but comprehensive details and pricing will be available at the meeting on June 5 at 1:30 pm at the Senior Center.


Volunteer & Involvement
Volunteer Opportunities
Are You Interested in Getting Involved?
Activity #389001.00 Date: Monday, June 10 Time: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

Longmont Meals on Wheels

If you are interested in learning about current volunteer opportunities, please join us for this information session. We will briefly describe programs at the Senior Center, along with giving other agencies, including CareConnect, an opportunity to talk about their programs. Call Kari at 303-651-8495 for more information.

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 difference in someone else’s life.

CareConnect 303-772-2262 CareConnect staff can help you find a volunteer spot that’s right for you. CareConnect programs: CarryOut Caravan, Medical Mobility, Companionship, Fix-It, and Yard Busters. Public Safety Police and Fire Volunteers needed: 2 opportunities

Rhythm on the River

Friday, July 12 & Saturday, July 13. Don’t miss this opportunity to mix a fun celebration with volunteer opportunities at the city’s largest free community event celebrating the environment through music, art, and entertainment. Greet event guests, encourage and greet racers, sell merchandise, fill and hand out water bottles, assist with arts and crafts, etc. Call Kari at 303-651-8495 or Theresa at 303-651-8578, if you are interested.

911 Administrative Assistant   — The department needs an individual who is familiar with computers to make copies of requested phone and radio traffic for the public, the DA's office and other requests. Requires working with confidential information in the 911 Dispatch Center. Can work flexible hours after initial training. Suggest a 3- to 4-hour block of time, one day a week, on Wednesdays, Thursdays, or Fridays. Must be 18 years of age. For additional information, please call 303-774-4440 or visit www.ci.longmont.co.us/police/volunteer/ sj_volunteers.htm.

Computers & Technology
We welcome new coaches and instructors to assist with computer and technology classes that are designed for and led by seniors. Call Kari at 303-651-8495. Exercise your mind, body, and heart! Help lead hikes and snowshoe outings in the beautiful Colorado outdoors. Call Kari at 303-651-8495.

New Volunteer Position With School Resource Officers & Swat

Hike & Snowshoe Leaders

SWAT/School Resource Officer Administrative Assistant — Volunteer needed to assist with data entry and other administrative duties. Must be familiar with EXCEL. Requires working with confidential information in the Police Patrol area. Can work flexible hours after initial training. Suggest a 3- to 4-hour block of time, one day a week. Must be 18 years old. For additional information, please call 303-774-4440 or visit http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/police/ volunteer/sj_volunteers.htm.


Volunteer & Involvement
Sandstone Ranch Visitors Center
Ambassadors are needed. No experience necessary, just a love of history, nature & Longmont. 3-5 hours a month commitment. Call Sue at 303-774-4757 for more information.


Community Events

Zinio at the Library!

Colorado LifeTrack–COLT,

Enjoy 24/7 access to Zinio as a new way to read your favorite magazines via the library! Zinio is the opportunity to have full digital access to 75 popular magazine titles, including some in Spanish. You can use your Longmont Public Library card to register on our 24/7 website (www. ci.longmont.co.us/library) to view these titles for free. Zinio products can be downloaded to a PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, Blackberry Playbook, etc. Since the access is unlimited, there is no due date. Users can delete magazines when they want to. There are no late fees or need to return. The wide variety of titles includes magazines like Consumer Reports, Rolling Stone, National Geographic, Forbes, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Car and Driver, Motor Trend, Outside, Cycle World, and Backpacker. There are also local (5280), hobby (Wood Magazine), and celebrity (Us Weekly) titles, among many others.

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 can’t selfidentify 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.


Elder Abuse Awards:

Community Events
Rhythm on the River’s Discovery District Needs Your Help!
This year’s Discovery District at Rhythm on the River will be focused on creating environmentallyfriendly musical instruments for the young and young at heart! We will be making different kinds of percussive instruments out of recyclable materials — and we need YOU to help us. Please bring in any of your empty oatmeal cylinder containers (such as Quaker Oats), juice or soup cans, or coffee cans (be sure they’ve been rinsed clean before you bring them in!) and place them in the sorting boxes at the Senior Center.

Once again the Adult Protection Review Team and the Elder Justice Coalition of Boulder County will present awards to individuals and organizations who have demonstrated a commitment to the safety and security of older adults in our county. Please join us June 13, 2p.m. – 4p.m. at the Houston Room at the Boulder County Clerk and Recorders office, 1750 33rd Street.

Enjoy summer evenings at this series of FREE outdoor concerts. Picnics, blankets, and lawn chairs are welcome; please leave pets and alcohol at home.

Summer Concert Series

Roosevelt Park -

Location: Roosevelt Park, 700 Longs Peak Ave, 303-651-8404 Day & Time: Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. June 11 Indulgers (Celtic Rock) June 25 Off The Record (Variety Dance band) July 9 Hey Lady! (B-52s Tribute) Gasoline Lollipops July 23 (Folk/Rock/Alt. Country)

Longmont Museum -

Location: 400 Quail Road, 303-651-8374 Day & Time: Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. June 12 Halden Wolford & The Hi-Beams (Featuring Halden Wolford & The Hi-Beam’s stylish take on the honky tonk genre, with the “real deal” honky tonk music. It’s an entertaining and original night of American music.) June 19 The Hummin’birds (An old-time bluegrass band playing an acoustical blend of traditional instrumentation and duet harmonies, with guitar, mandolin, banjo, bass, and classic vocals.) June 26 Northern & Southern Plains Indian Singers & Dancers (The perennial summer favorite returns with performances of traditional songs and dances of the Plains Indians.) The Foghorn Stringband (American July 10 stringband music at its finest, playing Cajun songs and dance music that hearkens back to great Southern radio shows of the 1930’s.) July 31 Delta Sonics (A blues band with solid musicianship and “juke-joint jam-ability,” with the meanest blues harp around. Join us for a night of stage jumping and shoe-shuffling with the Delta Sonics.)

Downtown Concert Series Location: Day & Time: June 7 June 14 June 21 June 28 July 5 July 26 Aug 23

4th and Main St Fridays, opening act 6:00 p.m. (30 min), Headliner 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Beer sales: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Chris Daniels and the Kings (Rockin’ Soul) Retro Sonics (80’s music) Something Underground (Rock, Reggae, Folk) Chris Thompson & Coral Creek (Americana) Quemando (Latin) Girls on Top (Motown, Funk, R&B) Festival on Main


Community Events
What: Project Visibility General Training Longmont Museum Programs
400 Quail Road, 303-651-8374


When: Thursday, June 20 Grandkids Day! - First Saturday of every month Where: Houston Room, Boulder County Clerk Admission: Grandkids of any age FREE, & Recorder, 1750 33rd St., Boulder grandparents $3 Time: 8:45 a.m. registration, 9 a.m.-noon, training Beginning in June, the Longmont Museum Cost: Free, please register in advance announces Grandkids Day! On the first Saturday of Presented by: Emily Lewis, Project Visibility Trainer, each month Grandkids who come to the museum Boulder County Area Agency on Aging with a paying grandparent get in for free! Each To register: elewis@bouldercounty.org  or call Grandkid will also receive a special prize on their 303-441-3583 no later than one day prior         way out the door. Save the date: Sept. 24 is the final 2013 Project Visibility Family LEGO Opening Day! General Training, at the Boulder Recycling Center    June 8, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Project Visibility is an award winning training Admission: $5 adults, $3 students/seniors (62+) program developed in 2004 by Boulder County Kids LEGO Activity Day! – Special activities Area Agency on Aging, after they conducted throughout the day to celebrate the opening of the extensive focus groups with area LGBT elders. LEGO exhibit. (Build! The amazing world of LEGO! These seniors wondered which service providers exhibit will be open June 8 – Sept 8) were “safe and friendly” and feared many could Custom train and town installation organized be unwelcoming, even hostile. The goal of by CoWlug member Art Rodgers - August 3, 9 Project Visibility is to co-create an aging services a.m.-5 p.m. and August 4, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. community that is informed, sensitive to, and Admission: $5 adults, $3 students/seniors (62+) supportive of LGBT elders. The training is designed This weekend only come to see “Build! The amazing for administrators and staff of nursing homes, world of LEGO” at the Longmont Museum and you assisted living residences, home care agencies, will also witness a special instillation by Coloradoand other senior service providers, as well as the Wyoming Lego Users Group (CoWlug) of custom friends and families of LGBT elders. train designs in motion! Admission: Free Artist Angela Beloian will test the boundaries of site-specific art with a floor-to-ceiling mural in the Portal Gallery. The Portal Gallery at the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center features site specific, large-scale work created by regional artists.

Angela Beloian: Shapeshift - May 25 – Aug 25

Library Programs
June 6, 7:00 p.m. June 13, 7:00 p.m. June 27, 7:00 p.m. July 11, 7:00 p.m. July 25, 7:00 p.m. August 1, 7:00 p.m. August 8, 7:00 p.m.

409 4th Avenue, 303-651-8470 Nazi Culture - Professor Mary Ann Grim continues her survey of Nazi Germany. Gettysburg, 150 years (1863-2013) - CSU professor Robert Gudmestad discusses the Battle of Gettysburg. Film Screening - Alfred Hitchcock film (tbd) Film Screening - Audrey Hepburn film (tbd) Bardy Women: Wild Women of Shakespeare’s Plays & Times. Told through monologues, anecdotes, and a little creative conjecture. Film Screening - Western film (tbd) Longmont’s Reading - Author Connie Willis will discuss her books.



Community Events

Senior Center Open House:

Eyes on Longmont

Bring a friend, neighbor, or family member and join us at the Senior Center for an open house! The Senior Advisory Board will be showcasing the programs, activities, and services available at the Senior Center. We are so proud of the many diverse offerings that we are inviting the community to meet the staff of the Senior Center, the members of the Advisory Board, and the many leaders and participants of the various activities. Date: Saturday, August 24 Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

TV Production Club Film Showings

In the fall the Senior Center Sponsored TV Production Club will have showing of the films members of the group have produced. Stay tuned for film showing titles, times and dates. For more information see page 6.

Property Tax Drop Off

File of Life

Drop off your Boulder County property tax payment on June 13, 14 or 17 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the Longmont Senior Center.


This small document provides space to keep your most important medical, health, and emergency contact information in one place. The magnet pouch allows you to place this on your refrigerator. Family members, neighbors, friends or Emergency Responders have access to this information should the need arise. These are available at the Senior Center. Please inquire at the front desk or see Peggy in PrestigePlus, or Veronica or Eleanor, our Resource staff.

Summer 2013

Resource Information, Programs and Services
Senior Resource Specialists VERONICA GARCIA or ELEANOR MONTOUR 303-651-8716 veronica.garcia@ci.longmont.co.us Vea nuestra sección de Españolen las páginas R8 Senior Resource Coordinator RUTH WAUKAU, LCSW 303-651-8414 ruth.waukau@ci.longmont.co.us A great source for information and resources. Visit the accurate and comprehensive website at: www.bouldercountyhelp.org Printed directories are available at the Senior Center front desk. Call: 303-441-1617, press 1 for Spanish speakers TTY: 303-441-3986 Email: infoconnect@bouldercounty.org


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. Ruth Waukau, a licensed clinical social worker, is available for one-on-one and couples counseling. She also facilitates and coordinates several support groups, supervises the Senior to Senior Peer Counseling program, and meets with family members for caregiver consultations.

Respite Assistance for Caregivers

Call 303-651-8716 for details and qualification information to access financial 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 7 in the GO.

Caregiving Support Groups

There are two groups which offer resources, information and support from one caregiver to another in a facilitated group setting. Call Ruth 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 Alzheimer’s/dementia) Light lunch provided

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.


The Longmont Workforce Boulder County office 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.


SUmmer 2013

Resource Information, Programs and Services
Individual and Family Counseling - Up to twelve, free, confidential, 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 person may also utilize this service as goals relate to the caregiving experience. Call Ruth at 303-651-8414 for an appointment. Senior to Senior - 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 benefit from having a confidential support person to help sort things out, contact Ruth at 303-651-8414.


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 person’s needs and wishes. Support is provided to the person’s 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 Community Care is the only non-profit 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


Carry-Out Caravan

A free grocery shopping service. To place your order, call 303-241-4426 on MONDAY between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. CareConnect volunteers fill orders and deliver to you on TUESDAY MORNING. Thank you to Safeway, 1630 Pace Road.


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.

This class is held monthly for those who are just beginning Medicare. There is time for both a group presentation and a meeting with a Medicare counselor to answer your individual questions. Call the Senior Center at 303-651-8411 or contact the front desk to sign up. Summer dates are listed on page 18.

Medicare Basics

Summer 2013

Resource Information, Programs and Services
Medicare Counselor
Providing objective information and assistance regarding Medicare benefits, HMOs, supplemental policies, rights and appeals. For assistance or to schedule an appointment, call 303-441-1546.



For information and referral regarding senior, affordable, and other housing programs, call Veronica at 303-651-8716.

Boulder County Senior Housing Guide
is available at the Senior Center front desk or online at www.bouldercountyhelp.org, click on Publications.

Frauds and Scams
1. 2. 3. Boulder County Community Protection at 303-441-3700. To report financial exploitation locally, call Adult Protection at 303-441-1000. Denver District Attorney’s Fraud Assistance Line at 720-874-8547.

Housing Rehabilitation Programs
The City offers 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 efficient. - 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.

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.

Medicare/Social Security

Medicare - www.medicare.gov or 1-800-633-4227. Social Security - http://ssa.gov/ or 1-800-772-1213. Boulder office hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. M – F. 4949 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101

Attention all recipients of Food Assistance, Old Age Pension, Medicare Savings and Long Term Care Medicaid.
Your redetermination packet will be mailed out 2 months prior to the due date. Please submit your redetermination paperwork no later that the 5th of the designated month. This will help expedite the process nad prevent interruptions to your benefits. By providing these necessary documents, Boulder County Housing and Human Services can process your redetermination timely and accurately. If you have any questions regarding your redetermination, please call 303-441-1000.

Money Management Program
Program volunteers help you sort your mail, organize your bills, write your checks, develop a budget, and balance your accounts. Call Kari at (303) 651-8495.


SUmmer 2013

Resource Information, Programs and Services

Audio Information Network of Colorado - This volunteer-based service provides access to inkbased materials through broadcast and audio information for Colorado’s 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. 416. 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 others all 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.

Personal Locator System - Colorado Life Trak is a personal locator system operated by the Boulder County Sheriff’s office 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/sheriff/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 County’s Adult Protection Unit responds to reports of physical, emotional, financial, sexual abuse, neglect & self-neglect. Call 303-441-1000. Longmont Police - The Longmont Police provides information on identity theft on their website at http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/police/prevention/identity.htm

Summer 2013

Resource Information, Programs and Services
Legal Aid - Boulder County Legal Services is available to assist low-income senior Boulder County residents 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.
have been victims of a crime in Longmont. Call 303-651-8855 for more information.


Victim Advocate - This individual works with the Police Department to serve the needs of people who Advance Planning - Contact Peggy Arnold, MA, PrestigePLUS Program Coordinator, at 303-651-5080
to discuss advance medical directives such as living will, medical power of attorney, the Five Wishes documents, and ethical wills or legacy stories.

Rocky Mountain Legal Center - a non-profit 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.

(the following groups meet at the Senior Center or if elsewhere it is noted)

MS Peer Self Help
2nd & 4th Mondays, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Call 970-482-5016

Alcoholics Anonymous Caregivers

(open meetings) Tuesdays, 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Triple S Group 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: Ruth, 303-651-8414


Meets at Longs Peak United Methodist Church 1421 Elmhurst St., Longmont 2nd Tuesday, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Contact: Bob Penn at 303-772-0429 or Parkinson’s Association at 303-830-1839 2nd & 4th Tuesday, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Contact: Dick Gormley at 303-776-8203 Facilitated by Wilma Cocannouer. For information on this and other support, contact Ruth at 303-651-8414 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.


Chronic Illness

Please call the PrestigePLUS nurse for more information at 303-485-3474 1st Monday, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Contact: Call Martin Martinez at 303-441-1047 2nd Friday, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Contact: Beth 720-308-3087

Single Women’s Support Group

Grandparents Raising Grandkids Low Vision

Rainbow Elders of Boulder County

For information about other support groups, call Ruth at 303-651-8414


SUmmer 2013

Resource Information, Programs and Services
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. Mileage Reimbursement Program Via’s Family and Friends Mileage Reimbursement Program makes it easier to ask for rides from family, friends, and neighbors by offering reimbursement based on miles driven. Qualifying rides include those trips within Via’s 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

Via, formerly Special Transit, provides low-cost, doorthrough-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. MondayFriday: 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 find 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 confidently 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. Via’s 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.


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 first come-first served basis. For more information about Call-N-Ride, or RTD bus routes, call 303-299-6000.

Call-N-Ride (Longmont)

Medical Mobility- Boulder County

Escorted transportation services for ambulatory older adults and people with disabilities to health care related appointments within Boulder County. Minimal fare ranges from $1.25 to $4.00 each way. Reduced fares are available. Rides are not guaranteed, as service depends on the availability of volunteers. Please call 3 days in advance or more if possible. Call CareConnect at 303-443-1933, ext. 414.

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.

Summer 2013

Resource Information, Programs and Services
Telephone Referral Sheet
AARP (Colorado Office)  1-866-554-5376 ACMI - Nursing Home Diversion (HCBS) 303-439-7011 Adult Day Care - Homestead 303-772-9152 Adult Protection (Report Elder Abuse) 303-441-1000 Alzheimer’s Assoc. 24-Hr Helpline 1-800-864-4404 ARCH Information Referral 303-441-1617 303-756-8622 Arthritis Foundation  Audio Information Network 303-786-7777 Better Business Bureau 303-327-4500 CareConnect 303-772-2262 303-772-3250 Center For People With Disabilities Colorado Division of Insurance  303-894-7499 303-441-3646 Colorado Life Trak  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 Comité 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 Fraud - Attorney General Hotline  1-800-222-4444 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 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 303-449-7575 Legal Services of Boulder County  AARP Legal Services  1-888-687-2277 Lifeline303-441-2200 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 303-441-1173 Long Term Care Ombudsman  Low Income Energy Program (LEAP)  303-678-6023 Low Vision Group - Longmont  303-776-2959 Medicaid (BCDHH) 303-678-6000 Medicare  1-800-623-4227 Medicare Counselor 303-441-1546 Mental Health Partners 303-413-6263


4-Hour Mental Health Crisis Line 2 303-447-1665 303-441-1173 Nursing Home Monitoring  OUR Center  303-772-5529 Parkinson’s Association of the Rockies 303-830-1839 Peer Counseling - Longmont  303-651-8414 Poison - Rocky Mt. Poison Control  1-800-332-3073 PrestigePLUS - Located at the Sr. Ctr. 303-651-5080 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 970-532-2730 Berthoud  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 Line1-888-885-1222 Transportation 303-292-6560 Access-A-Ride  RTD303-299-6000 RTD Call-n-Ride (East)  303-994-3552 RTD Call-n-Ride (West)  303-994-3551 Via (formerly Special Transit) 303-447-9636 TRU CommunityCare 303-449-7740 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


SUmmer 2013

Resource Information, Programs and Services
Meditación Shambhala
Actividad #385010.00 Fechas: miercoles, 5, 12, 19 de Junio Time: 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Costo: gratis la primera sesión (5 de junio) y $5 las siguientes (12 y 19 de junio) Cost: Free, but please register in advance ¿Se ha preguntado alguna vez si hay alguna manera eficaz de trabajar con el estrés, la prisa, y la agresión de la vida actual? Los invitamos a relajarse y participar en una introducción a la práctica de meditación. La meditación nos permite descansar en la plenitud mental que todos naturalmente poseemos. La práctica de meditación es útil y potente. Venga a conocerse: no pierda la oportunidad de descubrir su clara mente natural y de vivenciar su auténtico corazón. Esta práctica es para cualquier persona, no importa su creencia filosófica o religiosa. La primera clase es gratuita y se pueden obtener becas para cubrir los costos de las dos clases subsiguientes. Esta clase está a cargo de instructores/as de meditación autorizados en la tradición Shambhala y es auspiciada por el Grupo de Meditación Shambhala de Longmont. El Grupo aspira a crear una sociedad más harmoniosa y una cultura de bondad, generosidad, y coraje. Los invitamos a conectarse con la sabiduría y la compasión inherentes en todos nosotros a través de la práctica de meditación, las enseñanzas Shambhala, y el servicio a la comunidad. La visión de las enseñanzas Shambhala proclama que la naturaleza fundamental de cada ser humano se compone de bondad, cariño, e inteligencia. Esta naturaleza se puede cultivar por medio de la meditación y puede desarrollarse aún más en la vida diaria, extendiéndose a nuestras familias, a nuestras amistades, a nuestra comunidad y a toda la sociedad. Para más información sobre recursos para Personas de la Tercer edad en el Internet vea la página de red www.BoulderCountyAyuda.org

Consejera de Medicare

Proporciona información objetiva y asistencia con respecto a los beneficios de Medicare, seguros de salud, las políticas complementarias, sus derechos y más. Si necesita ayuda o para una cita llame al 303678-6113. Si le gustaría hablar directamente con Guio Bravo (consejera de Medicare) puede venir al Centro (Senior Center) cada lunes entre la 1:00 p.m. y 2 p.m., una cita no es necesaria.

Clases de Ingles

Clases para el primer nivel empezaran los Martes de 2:30 p.m. hasta las 4:00 p.m. Continuamos en conversaciones con Intercambio de Comunidades en cómo fortalecer las clases de Inglés. Deseamos ofrecerles un programa nuevo y excitante. Para más información llame a Verónica al 303-651-8716.

Juegué "Wii Play" con Nosotros

Cada jueves, 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Venga a compartir una experiencia única. Wii es un juego interactivo con un control remoto para mover a su personaje en la pantalla. Puede jugar al tenis, el béisbol, bochar (boliche), o el golf. Todo lo que tiene que hacer es presentarse y darse una oportunidad. La mayoría de los juegos se desarrollan de pie, moviendo el brazo y mueve todo el cuerpo de alguna manera. Eso es lo divertido. Usted está "virtualmente" en acción de juego.

About The Senior Center
is an email 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 email, phone, cell, or fax. Visit www.ci.longmont.co.us/ selectalert/index.htm to sign up.

Longmont eAlerts – This

Other Sources of Information
Via the internet
at www.ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr/index.htm

Longmont Channel 8 - (Government Access
Channel) or Comcast Cable Channel 16.

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 staff person on Saturdays at 8:00 a.m., giving information on upcoming events and activities at the Longmont Senior Center.

Information and More …

Off 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.

Listen to "K-Good" throughout the week for updates and service announcements from the Senior Center.

Room Temperatures

Daily Times-Call Regular Columns - thanks
to the Times-Call for generously supporting this regular news information piece:

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

• 55 & Better column every other Saturday in the Life Section.

50+ Marketplace News

available at the Senior Center monthly.

To park in a handicap parking space – you must correctly display a current permit placard. There are no "permanent" placards, please make sure your permit is current. The Senior Center lot is patrolled by the City’s Volunteer Handicap Parking Patrol and tickets are being issued. To get a Handicap Placard you must have the application signed by your physician. Application forms are available at the Senior Center Front Desk or at the County Division of Motor Vehicles, 529 Coffman Street.

GO Subscription Form - 2013
If you would like the convenience of having the next 2 issues of The GO catalog mailed to you, please complete this form and return it to the Senior Center. Please enclose a check made payable to the City of Longmont in the amount of $2.00 for residents, $3.00 for non-residents.

Name (Please Print) _________________________________________________________ Address ________________________________ City ______________ Zip Code _______ Phone __________________________

100-140-47701-263 Division of Senior Services Longmont Senior Center 910 Longs Peak Avenue Longmont, CO 80501

PRSRT STD U.S. Postage Paid Longmont, CO Permit #19


Senior Computer Tech Center

A computer learning opportunity for those 50+ Learn from your peers in a supportive, comfortable, and affordable environment
• Classes and labs held at Front Range Community College, 2121 Miller Drive, Room C1504 • Some workshops are held at the Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave. • Small class size with individual coaches to assist students during class (Peer-to-peer teaching) • Course Descriptions & Details on pages 12-14

Computer Lab Schedule – Drop-In • Fridays 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
• Computer Lab held at Front Range Community College, 2121 Miller Drive, Room C1504 • Coaches and Instructors available to assist you one-on-one • All computing devices welcomed: including laptops, cameras, phones, tablets, eReaders.

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