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Recreation Department’s March Event Calendar

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  • Contact: Jami McMannes, Publicity and Marketing Specialist, City of Fort Collins Recreation Department, 970.221.6358, am1jbWFubmVzQGZjZ292LmNvbQ==
image for press release Recreation Department’s March Event Calendar The City of Fort Collins Recreation Department is your community resource for staying active and connected in the Fort Collins community. Recreation offers programs and activities for all abilities. In addition to traditional programming, Recreation will host a number of unique events throughout March including the Senior Center’s Chinese Cultural Series and a Health & Wellness program to help make lifestyle changes stick. A listing of special events taking place in March is below. For more information about these events and others, visit fcgov.com/recreation or follow us on Facebook at “City of Fort Collins Recreator”.

Chinese Cultural Series
March 7-April 20
Location: Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive
This spring, become immersed in Chinese culture through a series of programs and events. Paint in the traditional Chinese brush, delve into Mandarin, unravel Ying & Yan, and enjoy the music and philosophy of Chinese culture. For more information, visit fcgov.com/50plus.

Making it Stick
Wednesday, March 15 (10-11 a.m.)
Location: Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive
Making a lifestyle change is challenging and it rarely sticks the first time around. Explore the stages of change and learn how to boost confidence and motivation to makes these lifestyle changes last. Find more information at fcgov.com/health-wellness.

Nature & Music, Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra
Saturday, March 25 (6-10 p.m.)
Location: Boulder Symphony Concert Hall
Recreation’s Trips & Travel Program is heading to Boulder for a celebration of all things nature. High flying dancers and a medley of music accompany beautiful images of the Rocky and Appalachian Mountains. Find more information at fcgov.com/trips.