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.
Walk Tuscan countrysides, Europe’s best vineyards, and beneath Roman aqueducts. Meet farmers preparing for the grape harvest with fresh-made wine, olive oil, and breads. Visit Siena, Montepulciano, Rome, Pienza and Cinque Terre, offering a variety of dramatic cliff walks overlooking the Mediterranean coastline.
A deposit of $600 is required, and for total price for a single is $5399, and a double is $4999. The days of the trip are September 17 to September 26. The fee includes a 10 day/9 night including airfare, transportation, most meals, tours, guides and escorts. Expect to walk 5 to 8 miles per day.Trip preview is from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on June 17th.
October 25, 2013
The expansion has begun. You'll notice that the safety construction fence has been installed, please do not cross the fence so crews can work safely and efficiently. We are becoming familiar with new parking situation. If you are visiting the Senior Center during busy hours (typically mornings until about 11:00 AM) you might consider using the second entrance (west entrance) to the parking lot. After turning into the lot, look to your right because there are frequently spaces available there. After you park follow the construction fence with the green netting to the entrance on the east side of the building. Look for the entry signs.
If you need assistance with the entry door or with the back patio doors you will find a newly installed doorbell located on a post. Ring it and staff will be there to help you get in the building.
There are bike racks in the back of the building and some will be relocated near the front door as soon as possible. Please be patient with us as not all our changes can happen at one time. The bus stop is not located on Raintree and you will see the bus bench at that location.
What is going on in the building?
Crews have started dismantling the administration area. Doors and windows are being removed so they can be re-used in the addition or repurposed.
Next week the admin area will be detached from the main building and demolition of it will begin. Be prepared for some noise.
Keep checking our site for future construction updates.
Thanks for your patience while we build a bigger, better Senior Center.
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