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Our Education & Enrichment programs are extensive, there is something for everyone. Classes are offered throughout the City at convenient locations and include topics such as: computer skills, CPR, blogging, social media, sign language, relationship skills, music, theater, cooking and meditation. Classes are available for all ages and all abilities.


Register for Programs Online

To register for the programs below, visit our online database and search for the class to register. You can also call 970-221-6655 to register over the phone.

iPhone Photography

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Date: Friday, Nov. 4 (6-9 p.m.)
Location: Senior Center
Age: 18 years & up
Cost:  $50

If you own an iPhone, then you have a powerful tool for taking amazing photos. Your device is capable of so many incredible functions. Discover picture-taking secrets and learn how to properly compose, take beautiful panoramas, and time lapse videos. After exploring the most useful apps, go outside to practice.

Register online here.

Wilderness First Aid

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Tuesday & Thursday, Nov. 8-10 (5:30-9:30 P.M.)
& Saturday Nov. 12 (9 A.M.-5 P.M.)
Age: 18 years & up
Location: Senior Center
Cost: $155

Learn about assessment, short- and long-term managment of injury, medical emergencies, and conditions when definitive care is more than one hour away. The field day focuses on hands-on scenarios and techniques needed to stablize the victim and others in the group. Note: AAOS Emergency Care and Safety Institute Certification will be completed and is valid for three years. Book included. Class not discountable.

Register online here.

Fire Safe Seniors

Date: Tuesday, Nov. 8 (6-7:30 p.m.)
Location: Senior Center
Age: 18 years & up
Cost: No Fee

We've come a long way since the first smoke alarm was sold in 1955. Learn about new technology and techniques designed to keep seniors fire safe. Also learn about 'reliable standby's' such as smoke alarms and extinguishers. This programs is provided by: Poudre Fire Authority.

Register here.

Babysitting Bootcamp

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Friday, Sept. 23 (Noon-8 P.M.)
Tuesday & Wednesday, Oct. 11-12 (4-8 P.M.)
Tuesday & Wednesday, Nov. 29-30 (4-8 P.M.)
Age:  11-16 years
Location: Northside Aztlan Center
Cost: $75

A comprehensive skills-based camp for youth looking to get the knowledge and confidence to be great babysitters. Topics include: business practices, leadership principles, discipline and communication, safe play, basic care for infants and children, and disaster preparedness.

Register online here.

Thanksgiving Side dishes

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Date: Monday, November 7 (6-8:30 P.M.)
Age: 18 years & up
Location: Senior Center
Cost: $35

Impress your family and friends with these easy, delicous, and healthy sides for your holiday gathering. All recipes are gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan friendly. Menu: guilt-free spinach/artichoke dip, roasted brussel sprouts, homemade cranberry sauce, parsnip mashed potatoes, and very festive wild rice salad.

Register online here.

Parenting Series

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Dates: Wednesdays (6:30-8:30 P.M.)
Age: 18 years & Up
Location: Senior Center
Cost: $20

The Four Mistaken Goals of Misbehavior - 10/26
Social psychologist Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs laid the groundwork for helping adults guide children to be their best selves. When parents understand the child's real need behind the misbehavior they can help satisfy the unmet need and avoid developing challenging patterns in the parent/child relationship. Register online here.

Importance of Emotional Intelligence - 11/2
Emotional and social intelligence are said to be more important than IQ in contributing to a person's happiness and success. Learn strategies to help children develop abilites to identify, understand, and manage emotions positively to relieve stress, communicate effectively, overcome challenges, and defuse conflict. Register online here.

Developing the Culture of Family - 11/16
Culture is defined as rituals and traditions passed down from one generation to another. By exploring the best from the past, you will see how to create a new legecy. Family meetings are powerful and support family life. Involving children offers them a deeper sense of self-worth, bonding, and personal power. Register online here.