Adult Recreation provides opportunities for life enrichment through activity and knowledge and is offered at several locations including the Fort Collins Senior Center, Club Tico, Pottery Studio and Northside Aztlan Center.
Program focus includes:
Additionally a number of services and community resources are made available on site at the Senior Center.
Date: Friday, May 6 (1:30 & 7p.m.); Saturday, May 7 (2p.m.)
Location: Senior Center
Our wonderful SOAP (Slightly Older Adult Players) Troupe is at it again with a witty, funy, and musical show to entertain people of all ages! Come down to the senior Center as the SOAP troupe presents "Senior Moments II" on May 6 and May 7.
Wednesday, May 18 (11:30 A.M.-1:30 P.M.)
Cost: $18.70 members/$22 non-members
Rocky Mountain National Park celebrated its centennial in 2015. Meet the driving force behind the creation of RMNP, Enos Mills (played by professional storyteller and award winning author, John Stansfield). Lunch will be served after the presentation
Explore the windy City's Scene of Speakeasies, Mobsters, & Signature Eats!
Date: March 30th
Price: $22; $18.70 member
Chicago is amoung the largest citites in the U.S famed for its bold Architecture, museums, and as an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, and transportation. Vist the roots and History of how Chicago came to be the city it is today and with a special guest speaker
Spring Artisan Market
Date: April 9th
Shop Local artisan products for Mother's Day, or just for fun!
Out to Lunch- Chicago, Lakewood
Date: April 15th
Price: $20; $17 Member
Tying into the Senior Center's "Experience Chicago," we visit one of the best Chicago style restaurants in Colorado. Fannie May Candy, Salerno Butter Cookies, and Green River pop are all available at this family owned restaurant. Entrees range from $8-$12.
Praire Sage Dance
Date: May 2nd
Jim Ehrlich, Chicago 20s Speakeasy (Hot dog dinner)
Date: May 6th & 7th
Our Wonderful SOAP (Slightly Older Adult Players) Troupe is at it again with a witty, funny, and musical show to entertain people of all ages
Location: City Park North Ball field
Time: July, 4 (9:30 A.M.)
Enjoy a blast from the past watching these men relive their great memories enjoying the sport that they loved
Location: 328 W. Mountain Ave.
Time July 4 (10 A.M. - 2 P.M.)
Celebrate an old fashioned Fourth of July at the 1879 Avery House. Admission is FREE. Enjoy Victorian games and crafts, live music, historic characters, activites, booths and more. Visit the Avery House website for more information.
The Next Showing:To Kill a Mockingbird
5/6 F 1:00 PM To Kill a Mockingbird
5/20 F 1:00 PM Big Fish
6/3 F 1:00 PM Forest Gum
6/17 F 1:00 PM Honor Flight
7/1 F 1:00 PM True Grit
Drop in Duplicate Bridge
Ongoing every Friday (11:30 a.m.-4 p.m.)
Cost: $3.50 for non-members, $2.80 for members
Drop in Party Bridge & Pinochle
Cost: Free for members
Ongoing every Tuesday (12:30-4 p.m.)
Ongoing every Thursday (5-8 p.m.)
Come enjoy Prairie Sage Dances each Monday from 7-10p.m.
Upcoming dances are:
Mar. 7th: Big Twang Theory
March 21st: Pepie
April 4th: H & H
April 18th: Pepie
May 2nd: Jim Ehrlich