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Party Bridge and Pinochle

Ongoing Tue 1:00-4:00 PM No fee

Ongoing Thu 6:00-9:00 PM No fee

Bingo

Every 2nd Monday 1 PM No fee


“South Pacific” the Musical

If you fell in love with the music of “South Pacific” you can’t miss this special visit to “Bali Hai.” Featured songs will be “A Cockeyed Optimist”, “Some Enchanted Evening”, “Bloody Mary” and “Younger than Springtime”. Included in the event will be a light brunch with quiche and croissants with fruit.

Note: Doors open 12:30 PM, Purchase tickets at Senior Center.


3/28 Sun 2:00-4:00 PM $15 member, $18 non-member
Kyai Brojo Marto the Javanese Gamelan Orchestra

Arcinda Incorporated is an organization of Indonesians who want to narrow the gap between Eastern and Western worlds by learning each others way of life and culture. The group consists of dancers and musicians who will perform traditional dances and play traditional Indonesian instruments. The performers will be wearing colorful and intriguing costumes. Indonesian food will be included in the performance. A noodle soup and meat balls will be served and a dessert fruit drink will follow.

Note: Doors open 2:00 PM, Purchase tickets at Senior Center.
4/18 Sun 2:30-4:00 PM $12 member, $16 non-member
Lunch & Lectures: Indonesian Culture

Daniel Prasetya will present an introduction to Indonesia by discussing history, nature, demographics and geography. Indonesia is an ultimate diversity in culture from old to modern.


3/17 Wed 11:30 AM-1:30 PM $12/$16 14520-01

Way of living in Indonesia

Presenter, I Made Lasmawan, will discuss the way of living in Indonesia related to traditional influence. She will discuss the ultimate diversity in religions and how they influence the way of living. Hinduism influence will be discussed.

Fee: $12 member, $16 non-member

Date Day Time Fee Class #

3/26, Fri 11:30 AM-1:30 PM $12/$16 14520-02


Working in Jakarta

John Chatterton will share his experience and photos with us after having worked in Indonesia in the 1980’s as a Garrett AiResearch Field Service Engineer in Jakarta. He spent several weeks there which allowed him to experience day to day life and be a tourist during his off time.

Fee: $12 member, $16 non-member
Date Day Time Fee Class #

4/7 Wed 11:30 AM-1:30 PM $12/$16 14520-03


Economics in Indonesia

Presenters Anie Pelletier and Daniel Prasetya will discuss natural resources, tourism, investments in Indonesia, trade (export/import) and the local and international industry.

Fee: $12 member, $16 non-member
Date Day Time Fee Class #

4/28 Wed 11:30 AM-1:30 PM $12/$16 14520-04

Colorado Symphony

This Colorado Symphony concert highlights several works by Finnish composer Jean Sibelius including his symphonic poem Nightride and Sunrise, as well as Lemminkainen’s Return, Swan of Tuonela and his most well-known piece, Finlandia. For the second half of the program, Pianist Andre Watts returns to the CSO to give a rousing performance of Grieg’s epic Piano Concert. Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.


Colorado Symphony

Date Day Time Fee Class #

3/7 Su Noon-6:00 PM $59 14825-01
Sunday Out to Lunch

We won’t tell you where we’re going because that’s half the fun. We will stop at an area restaurant for lunch and enjoy the ride. Meal costs on your own. Fee includes transportation and escort.

3/14 Sun Noon-4:00 PM $8 14829-01

Indian Pow Wow

The annual Denver Indian Pow-wow is an adventure with Indian arts and crafts, drummers and dancers. Lunch is on your own. Try Indian fry bread or tacos. Admission is $3 for those 60+. Pay at the door. Fee includes transportation and escort.


3/19 Fri 9:00 AM-3:30 PM $21 14832-01
Sonora Chamber Ensemble

A Concert of Premiers with Michelle Stanley, flute; Yorika Morita, cello; and Jeff LaQuatra, guitar will perform. We will also eat prior to the concert. Meal costs are on your own. Fee includes transportation, concert and escort.


3/19 Fri 11:30 AM-6:00 PM $23 14830-01
Doc Holliday’s Casino

Spend a day at Doc Holliday’s Casino in Central City. Fee includes transportation, casino package and escort.

Location: Rolland Moore Park

Note: Casino trips depart from Rolland Moore Park parking lot


3/25 Thu 8:00 AM-5:00 PM $18 14833-01
Art on the Road

A series of trips to various art shows or exhibits and lunch. Each quarter for 2010, we will find a fine art destination in the region for you to enjoy. Trip Includes a meal with wine. We will travel to the Cheyenne Old West Museum for the 30th Annual Western Spirit Art Show and Sale featuring over 100 artists and over 300 art pieces. Fee includes transportation, ticket, lunch and escort


3/26 Fri 9:00 AM-3:00 PM $40 14834-01
Simply Sinatra Price Reduced!

Frank Sinatra interpreter Steve Lippia pays homage to one of the greatest entertainers with a 16-piece orchestra. He’s performed with dozens of major symphonies to sold-out audiences across the country and gained national recognition. This is part of the Lincoln Center’s Showstoppers Series. Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.

3/27 Sat 1:20-5:30 PM $21 14835-01

Artists Take Over Museum

The Denver Art Museum asked 17 artists to create one-of-a-kind installations amid the sloping walls and extreme angles of the Frederic C. Hamilton Building. See the dramatic results in “Embrace!” for a limited time.

Note: Fee includes transportation, lunch, exhibit and escort.

3/30 Tue 10:00 AM-4:00 PM $92 14842-01
Traveling Gourmet

Martini’s Bistro in a 1890s’ Longmont house always has enticing entrees at very reasonable prices. This is an intimate restaurant that should satisfy your culinary demands. Meals run $15 and up. Fee includes transportation and escort.


3/31 Wed 4:00-8:00 PM $15 14836-01
April Fools Day Trip

April Fools Day with no idea of where you are going. We only promise that you’ll be fed lunch. Nothing more will be revealed. If you don’t want to have fun, don’t sign up.

Note: Fee includes transportation, meal, activities and escort.
4/1 Thu 9:00 AM-3:00 PM $34 14841-01
Late Nite Catechism

‘Till Death Do Us Part’ is the third hilarious episode in the Late Nite Catechism series. You will be seated in a classroom to hear about the finer points of marriage and other topics including her own wacky version of The Newlywed Game. This production will be at Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center.

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.
4/3 Sat 6:15-10:00 PM $37 14839-01
Sunday Out to Lunch

We won’t tell you where we are going but that’s half the fun. We will stop at an area restaurant for lunch (meal costs on your own) and enjoy the afternoon out of your house.

Note: Fee includes transportation and escort.
4/11 Sun Noon-4:00 PM $8 14843-01
Garrison Kellor

Enjoy America’s foremost storyteller who shot to fame with this popular radio show “A Prairie Home Companion.” See him live at the Union Colony Civic Center and experience his unique humor.

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.

5/3 Mon 5:45-10:00 PM $44 24801-01

Veelah Folk Music

Veelah is an eastern European urban folk music group that will play at the Longmont Senior Center. The group performs with clarinet, tuba, saxophone, accordion and drums. We will have lunch with meal costs on your own before the concert.

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.
4/16 F 11:30 AM-6:00 PM $20 14844-01

Tour Denver Mint

The January trip to the downtown Denver Mint tour filled up quickly so we’re offering a second tour. The actual tour will last about 30 minutes. There is also one mystery tour and lunch that is included.

Note: The exact date may have to change depending on reservation schedule. We can’t make a reservation until two months ahead and that is after our publication schedule. Fee includes transportation, tours and escort.


4/22 Thu 8:30 AM-2:00 PM $32 14848-01
“My Fair Lady” at the Candlelight Dinner Theatre

The next production at the Candlelight Dinner Theatre is “My Fair Lady,” a popular musical with the classic characters of Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle. Songs include “The Rain in Spain,” Wouldn’t It Be Lovely,” I Could Have Danced all Night” and “On the Street Where You Live.” You know all the songs.

Note: includes transportation, dinner, show, gratuity and escort.
4/18 Sun Noon-6:00 PM $56 14846-01
Shen Yun Chinese Arts

It is traditional Chinese culture as it was meant to be - a brilliant blend of beauty, energy and grace with music and dance on the stage at Denver’s Buell Theatre. Dozens of dancers in dazzling costumes move in seamless, flowing patterns.

Note: Fee includes transportation, show and escort.

4/17 Sat 1:00-6:00 PM $50 14845-01

Traveling Gourmet

We will travel to Baca, a new restaurant in the Inverness Hotel in Englewood. The Colorado food is flavored by the southwest. Prices range from $20 to $40. Meal costs on your own.

Note: Fee includes transportation and escort.

4/21 Wed 3:30-7:00 PM $15 14847-01

Jesus Christ Superstar

This musical is the first masterpiece from the legendary writing team of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber that exploded onto the scene in 1971. This production is at the Lincoln Center.

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.
4/24 Sat 1:20-5:30 PM $44 14849-01
Barbershop Chorus

The Longs Peak Chorus will perform at the First Presbyterian Church in Brighton. We will eat on the way home at the Cracker Barrel in Loveland.

Note: Fee includes transportation, concert, meal and escort.
4/25 Sun 2:30-7:00 PM $24 14850-01
Rockies vs. Diamondbacks

The Colorado Rockies host the Arizona Diamondbacks at Coors Field. We have shaded seats for this afternoon game.

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.

4/28 Wed 11:15 AM-6:00 PM $28 14851-01

Lady Luck Casino

Lady Luck Casino in Black Hawk is our destination this month.

Location: Rolland Moore Park

Note: We need 35 people to offer a motorcoach. For fewer numbers, we will travel in 15-passenger vans. Fee includes transportation, casino package and escort.


4/29 Thu 8:00 AM-5:00 PM $18 14852-01
Colorado Symphony

This Colorado Symphony concert features Douglas Boyd, guest conductor, performing Dvorak’s, Symphony No. 1; and Sibelious’s “Pelleas and Melisande.”

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.
4/11 Sun Noon-6:00 PM $56 14853-01

Post Office Tour

Today’s post office is a modern miracle of machinery and delivery. Learn how your mail gets sorted and delivered with this 90-minute tour of the Denver regional post office. Please wear comfortable shoes. No sandals or open-toed shoes. After the tour, we will stop for lunch at Cinzetti’s Italian Market Restaurant in Northglenn.

Note: Fee includes transportation, tour, meal and escort.

5/5 Wed 8:45 AM-2:30 PM $29 24802-01
Art on the Road II

Twenty figures from British sculptor Henry Moore will be on site at the Denver Botanic Gardens for 2010. This exhibit at the New York Botanical Gardens was rated No. 5 among “Time” magazine’s top 10 museum exhibitions in 2008. You will also enjoy the spectacular 23 acres of beautiful flowers, plants and trees. We will also visit a Denver art gallery for wine and cheese.

Note: Includes transportation, admission, tour, lunch and escort.
5/7 Fri 9:00 AM-4:00 PM $35 24803-01

Fortune Valley Casino

Fortune Valley Casino in Central City is our destination.

Location: Rolland Moore Park

Note: We need 35 people to offer a motorcoach. For fewer people, we will travel in 15-passenger vans. Fee includes transportation, casino package and escort.

5/11 Tue 8:00 AM-5:00 PM $18 24804-01


Out to Lunch

Estes Park for this lunch trip. Lunch costs are on you own.

Note: Fee includes transportation and escort.

5/4 Tue 11:00 AM-3:00 PM $8 24812-01


Rockies vs. Phillies

The Colorado Rockies host the Philadelphia Phillies at Coors Field. We have shaded seats for this afternoon game.

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.
5/12 Wed 11:15 AM-6:00 PM $28 24805-01
Rain-Beatles Tribute Band

The award-winning Beatles concert, RAIN- A Tribute to the Beatles, makes its debut at the Union Colony Civic Center.

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.
5/19 Wed 5:45-10:00 PM $54 24807-01

Cussler Museum

The Cussler Museum is dedicated to the preservation of astounding rare and vintage automobiles from all over the world. This extensive collection of more than 100 significant automobiles, ranging in years from 1906 to 1965, was started by renowned best-selling adventure author Clive Cussler. After the museum, we will have lunch before returning home.

5/17 Mon 8:30 AM-3:00 PM $30 24806-01

Rosemount Mansion Tour

This magnificent Pueblo mansion in Pueblo was the home to banker John Thatcher and his family. Under construction for two years and completed in 1893, this 37-bedroom mansion was named for Mrs. Thatcher’s favorite flower. It remained a family residence for 75 years. Nearly all furnishings, accessories, decorative arts, paintings custom paneling, wall and window treatments are original to the home. We will have lunch in the carriage house of the mansion.

Note: Fee includes transportation, tour, lunch and escort.


5/20 Thu 7:00 AM-4:30 PM $58 24808-01
Traveling Gourmet

The trip this month is to the Shores Restaurant at the Lake Shore Lodge in Estes Park. Food costs are on your own.

Note: Fee includes transportation and escort.
5/26 Wed 4:00-8:00 PM $10 24809-01
Lady Luck Casino

Lady Luck Casino in Black Hawk is our destination this month.

Location: Rolland Moore Park

Note: 5 people needed to offer a motorcoach. fewer numbers, we’ll travel in 15-passenger vans. Includes transportation, casino package and escort.

5/27 Thu 8:00 AM-5:00 PM $18 24810-01
Colorado Symphony

Mozart and Mahler will be performed by the Colorado Symphony with Jeffrey Kahane as music director and on piano.

Location: Senior Center

Note: Fee includes transportation, ticket and escort.


6/6 Sun Noon-6:00 PM $56 24811-01

Fort Robinson Trip

Tour Fort Robinson in northwest Nebraska, stay in and tour historic buildings that were used in the Indian war days. Then visit North Platte where you will tour the Bailey Yard’s Golden Spike Tower and more. Preview the trip on 3/11 at 2:30 PM.

6/9-6/12 Wed-Sat 8:00 AM-5:00 PM $524 24813-01
Pikes Peak Cog Train

A four-day bus trip will get you on the Pikes Peak Cog Railroad, the Rio Grande Scenic Railroad from Alamosa to La Veta, the Air Force Academy and more. Preview the trip on 3/11 at 2:30 PM.


7/14-7/17 Wed-Sat 8:00 AM-5:00 PM $571 24814-01

EDUCATION


18+ unless Noted
Feng Shui

This workshop will cover nine cues for environmental problems, room arrangements, products and color that affect chi, yin and yang balance and harmony and Ba Gua applications.

Instructor: Beverly Doig

Location: Senior Center


4/13-4/27 Tu 6:00-7:30 PM $39 14543-01
Balloon Twisting 101

This class is an introduction to balloon twisting. Participants will learn the three most important rules of balloon twisting and how to make at least five basic balloon sculptures.

Age: 12 years & up

Instructor: Renee Cohn Jones

Location: Senior Center

Note: All students who complete the class will be invited to twist balloons with Jalapeña the Clown during future community service events. Class not discountable.


4/14 W 6:30-7:30 PM $20 14582-01

Balloon Twisting 102

Students who have completed Balloon Twisting 101 have an opportunity to learn more advanced balloon twisting. Participants will review the three most important rules of balloon twisting and how to make at least five more advanced balloon sculptures.

Age: 12 years & up

Instructor: Renee Cohn Jones

Location: Senior Center

Note: Students who complete the class will be invited to twist balloons with Jalapeña the Clown during future community service events. Class not discountable.

4/21 W 6:30-7:30 PM $20 14583-01
Beyond Beginning Bridge

If you’re a bridge player and want to improve your game, this workshop is for you. Learn, refine and practice several contemporary conventions. These conventions will elevate your bidding and play. Instructor, Marilyn Pultz is a Life Master and certified ACBL. Workbook with exercises is included.

Instructor: Marilyn Pultz

Location: Senior Center


4/7-5/12 W 6:30-8:30 PM $58 15016-01
Pet End of Life Care

Assisting an elderly pet with end of life care can be very challenging physically and emotionally. This class will help you understand pain management, open up discussion about quality of life and offer an overview of aftercare options.

Instructor: Dr. Kathleen Cooney, Lori Hiatt

Location: Senior Center

Note: Class not discountable.
3/16 Tu 7:00-8:30 PM $18 14579-02

Organic Gardening Basics

Get the information you need to start and maintain your own organic garden. Soil preparation, natural fertilizers, composting, companion planting and natural pesticides will be discussed.

Instructor: Donna Wild

Location: Senior Center

Note: All supplies included.


4/17 Sa 9:00 AM-Noon $39 14565-01

Pool & Billiards Fundamentals

Learn all the important fundamentals required to be a successful pool player from an instructional author and columnist, Dr. Dave, and top regional player, David Gross. The course will include class instruction, table time, individualized coaching with the help of video analysis, and play in a non-competitive setting.

Instructor: David Alciatore, David Gross

Location: Senior Center

Note: The class is appropriate for all skill levels from the beginner to experienced player. Class not discountable.

4/3-4/24 Sa 9:30 AM-Noon $99 14518-01
Intro to Video Production

You can produce high-quality work, even with limited financial resources. This class will familiarize students with cameras, basic cinematography, lighting principles, and sound recording. Students will receive hands-on training with equipment and leave with a short piece they created themselves.

Age: 16 years & up

Instructor: Kevin Kirchner

Location: Senior Center

Note: Bring one mini- DV tape. This course provides required certification for use of all camera, lighting and sound equipment through Fort Collins Public Access Network TV. Class not discountable.


3/24-3/31 W 6:00-9:00 PM $84 14545-01
Introduction to Canine Massage

Learn hands-on massage strokes, work on canine body language, and discuss benefits of massage. Everyone will be working on some wonderful, lovable Labs! Wear loose, comfortable clothing (we’ll be on the floor) and please leave your own dogs at home.

Instructor: Jill Reynolds

Location: Senior Center

Note: Class not discountable.
3/27 Sa 9:00-11:30 AM $44 14580-01

Free Computer Help

Front Range PC Users Group provides free, open to the public, drop-in computer help, excluding repair services, in the Fort Collins Senior Center lobby.

Ongoing Sa 11:00 AM-1:00 PM No fee

Computer Basics

This class will provide basic computer terminology for anyone who has never used a computer. The class will start with a non-technical discussion of basic computer use, and include writing letters, using email, and using the Internet to listen to music and watch movies.

Instructor: Mike Morris

Location: Columbine Health Computer Lab

5/4-5/7 Tu-F 10:00 AM-Noon $24 24502-01
Excel

Prerequisite: Computer Basics class/basic computer knowledge

This class covers the basics of data entry, formulas, formatting, charts and printing.

Instructor: Mike Morris

Location: Columbine Health Computer Lab

Note: Instructor provided by the Front Range PC Users Group.


5/8 Sa 8:30 AM-12:30 PM $14 24505-01
Have you Googled Today?

Wondering why you would want to Google? Did you know Google offers a free photo program with free web albums? Or you can store your medical records online for free? Learn about Google documents, Notebook, calendar and other free tools.

Instructor: Carol Parker

Location: Senior Center

Note: Class not discountable.
4/24 Sa 9:00-11:30 AM $19 14523-01
Internet Email

Prerequisite: Introduction to the Internet or equivalent

This class will teach you different addressing modes in email. You will also learn etiquette, finding addresses, attaching files, creating mailing lists, and handling junk mail.

Instructor: Charles McJilton

Location: Columbine Health Computer Lab

Note: Instructor provided by the Front Range PC Users Group.


3/13 Sa 8:30 AM-12:30 PM $14 14554-01
Quicken

Prerequisite: Computer Basics class or basic computer knowledge

This class starts with the basics of creating and managing files and accounts. The hands-on exercise includes creating both a checking and savings account, reconciling a bank statement, creating reports, and more.

Instructor: Don Anderson, Mike Meyer, Dennis Nemitz

Location: Senior Center

Note: Instructor provided by Front Range PC Users Group.

3/6 Sa 8:30 AM-12:30 PM $14 14555-01

Windows, Beginning

Prerequisite: Computer Basics class or basic computer knowledge

This class covers the basic terms and tools of Windows XP®. Included are hands-on exercises that demonstrate working with and managing windows, menus and files; a brief, non-technical description of the computer is also included, along with simple maintenance tasks suitable for even the least experienced user.

Instructor: Mike Morris

Location: Senior Center

Note: Instructor provided by the Front Range PC Users Group.


3/20-3/27 Sa 8:30 AM-12:30 PM $16 14558-01

Windows, Advanced

Prerequisite: Windows, Beginning class

This class provides a non-technical look inside the Windows XP® operating system to help you understand what you see happening on your computer. Included is a review, using hands-on exercises, of the basic Windows configuration and the feature called “Properties” (and how to use that feature to your advantage).

Instructor: Rick Mattingly

Location: Senior Center

Note: Instructor provided by the Front Range PC Users Group.
5/15 Sa 8:30 AM-12:30 PM $14 24559-01
Microsoft Word, Beginning

Prerequisite: Computer Basics class or basic computer knowledge.

This two-session class provides an introduction, using hands-on exercises, to word processing basics such as file management and text formatting, and then expands into the lesser known but useful features such as tables, mail merge and more.

Instructor: Jim Bragonier, Mike Morris

Location: Columbine Health Computer Lab

Note: Instructor provided by the Front Range PC Users Group.


4/17-4/24 Sa 8:30 AM-12:30 PM $16 14572-02

Microsoft Word, Advanced

Prerequisite: The two-week Microsoft Word, Beginning class

Learn about the word processing features that will help make you an expert at work or help you write that book you have been thinking about. Hands-on exercises on part of a book chapter will demonstrate such features as styles, creating a table of contents, an Index and much more.




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