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    Coming to the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center! RENEW ACTIVE

    If you have been notified by UnitedHealthcare that your SilverSneakers membership is expiring at the end of the year, you will still be able to enjoy the same benefits through UnitedHealthcare’s RenewActive program. Read on...
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    Lafayette Senior Services is looking for Snow Removal Volunteers

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  1. Tue, Jan 21

    1. Ortho-Bionomy Clinics - Feet Ortho-Bionomy is Osteopath-based and includes working with structure, lymph, fluids, neurology, organs and the endocrine system. The work is based on comfort and allowing the body to relax, often opening up neurological messages that assist and speed up the process of healing. 45-minute hand and foot sessions are provided by Laura Samel, practitioner in training.
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    2. Lunch Buddies: Spice China - Louisville Enjoy Chinese cuisine with high quality, fresh ingredients. Spice China is a favorite in the Louisville community. Lunch is on your own. Price ranges $9-$12, tax and tip not included. Meet us at the restaurant for free or grab a ride with us for a nominal fee.
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  2. Fri, Jan 24

    1. NEW! Go Greener Are you confused about what you can and can’t recycle? Do you wonder why recycling and composting makes a difference and combats climate change? Learn about sustainability, zero waste, recycling, composting, trash and more from an Eco Cycle educator. Small steps add up to big change for the environment. This workshop kicks off Senior Services’ effort to go greener.
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  3. Mon, Jan 27

    1. Day Trip: Mardi Gras Casino The casino package includes $5 free play on card, free drinks while gambling and $5 food voucher. When 600 points are earned of table play, you get another $5 food voucher.
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    2. Influence: Book Discussion Group Influence, the classic book on persuasion, explains the psychology of why people say "yes" - and how to apply these understandings. Dr. Robert Cialdini is the seminal expert in the rapidly expanding field of influence and persuasion. Dr. Cialdini reveals the six universal persuasion principles, how to use them to become a skilled persuader and how to defend yourself against them. Good to know in an election year!
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  4. Tue, Jan 28

    1. NEW! Colorado Talking Book Library Demo Come learn about the amazing FREE Colorado Talking Book Library (CTBL). For people who cannot read standard print, the CTBL provides free service audio, Braille and large-print books and magazines to keep them connected to reading, stories and adventure. CTBL serves more than 7,000 people annually, including the blind, vision impaired and people with print disabilities such as MS, Parkinson's, stroke, arthritis, chemo, dialysis and surgical limitations.
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  5. Fri, Jan 31

    1. Feedback Fridays Share your ideas, interests and concerns directly with your Senior Services full time staff. Light snacks provided.
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  6. Tue, Feb 4

    1. Basic Foot Care Foot care for those who want just the basics: foot soak, short lotion massage and nail file pedicure. Service provided by Bonnie Miller, CNA.
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  7. Wed, Feb 5

    1. Tai Chi (Intermediate) Intermediate Tai Chi is for people who want more…They’ve taken the first Tai Chi course and have gotten a taste of basic Tai Chi movements and the form and are now ready to go deeper. This course offers deep bending and more complex movements, as well as more of the Simplified 37 Posture Form.
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  8. Thu, Feb 6

    1. Day Trip: Hammonds Candy Factory - Denver Ever wonder how lollipops, candy canes and other Hammond’s treats are made? Bring your curiosity and your sweet tooth for a complimentary tour of our factory. Thousands of kids and kids at heart visit us every year to watch as their favorite treats are pulled, twisted, shaped and packaged by hand—just like they have been since 1920.
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    2. Tai Chi (Beginner) Tai Chi is exercise that is easy and gentle. Tai Chi develops body awareness that can help seniors to keep their balance. It can also keep seniors healthy and mobile so they can maintain their independence and lead full lives. It is exercise that is great for newbies, older people and people who don’t like to sweat too much.
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    3. Tai Chi (Beginner) Tai Chi is exercise that is easy and gentle. Tai Chi develops body awareness that can help seniors to keep their balance. It can also keep seniors healthy and mobile so they can maintain their independence and lead full lives. It is exercise that is great for newbies, older people and people who don’t like to sweat too much.
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  9. Mon, Feb 10

    1. East Boulder County Diabetes Education & Support This monthly drop-in meeting provides education about nutrition, exercise, sleep and the effect of each on Diabetes. For questions, call 303-441-4995. Sponsored by Boulder County Area Agency on Aging.
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    2. Diamond Dots Diamond Dots is a craft where striking designs are created with tiny “diamond” like facets which are attached to a pre-printed sticky canvas using a specialty designed stylus. Designs can be purchased at local art stores. Price ranges: $6-$60.
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  10. Tue, Feb 11

    1. Ortho-Bionomy Clinics - Hands Ortho-Bionomy is Osteopath-based and includes working with structure, lymph, fluids, neurology, organs and the endocrine system. The work is based on comfort and allowing the body to relax, often opening up neurological messages that assist and speed up the process of healing. 45-minute hand and foot sessions are provided by Laura Samel, practitioner in training.
      Details & Registration
    2. Rolf's Travel Adventures Attend the informational presentation given by Rolf for trips that he is planning for next Spring and Summer. Rolf’s Travel is a proud partner of Lafayette Senior Services for local extended trips. For more information, contact the Recreation Coordinator via email at heideb@cityoflafayette.com or at 303-661-1491.
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    3. Hearing Clinic Family Hearing provides free audiology services such as ears checked and cleaned, hearing aids inspected and cleaned, and hearing screenings.
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  11. Thu, Feb 13

    1. Talking about the hard stuff: Hoarding & Accumulating This group offers solution-focused education, resources and coaching to help you navigate some of the toughest conversations and situations you may face with loved ones as you or they age. Learn what is influencing behavior, where and when to seek help, what you can and can’t control, and more. Facilitated by Dinah Pollard, Resource Coordinator.
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  12. Fri, Feb 14

    1. Valentine's Day Potluck & Party Enjoy sweet treats, friends and dancing to live entertainment of Mister Tim, crooner extraordinaire!
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    2. Medicare Basics This class is designed for anyone wanting to understand Medicare enrollment, plans, benefits and costs. Presenters provide objective information to help consumers make an educated decision about their health insurance options. Offered by a Boulder County Area Agency on Aging Medicare Counselor.
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