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  1. Want to make a difference? Join the Senior Advisory Board
  1. Older Americans month logo, with 2020 theme &#34Make Your Mark&#34

    Have you "Made Your Mark" in the community?

    Come share your story. Lafayette Senior Services is looking for adults ages 50 and over, that have made their mark in the community. Read on...
  2. RENEW ACTIVE By United Healthcare Logo

    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

    Volunteer to help meet the growing need for older adult residents to have their driveways, paths to front door, and sidewalks cleared of snow. Read on...
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  1. Mon, Feb 24

    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. Thu, Feb 27

    1. Talking about the hard stuff: Driving & Transportation 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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  3. Fri, Feb 28

    1. Feedback Fridays at the Senior Center Share your ideas, interests and concerns directly with your Senior Services full time staff. Light snacks provided.
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  4. Tue, Mar 3

    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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    2. 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.
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  5. Wed, Mar 4

    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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  6. Thu, Mar 5

    1. 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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    2. Talking about the hard stuff: Is it time for home health or long term care? 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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  7. Mon, Mar 9

    1. AARP Smart Driver Improve your skills, increase safety and become eligible for a premium discount on your insurance. Open to all individuals 50+. Certification is valid for 3 years.
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    2. Marbled Paper Marbled paper is great for decorating all kinds of things. Wrap gifts in it, turn it into a stylish background for art projects or use as stationary.
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  8. Tue, Mar 10

    1. Dental Clinics (New) We are excited to announce that Dental Aid will provide free dental screenings for caries, gum disease and other oral health issues at the Senior Center to residents age 55+.
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  9. Thu, Mar 12

    1. 95a Bistro & Sushi The Kukura's set out to create a restaurant that would serve as a great eatery as well as a neighborhood gathering place where folks from all walks of life would feel welcome. Lunch is on your own. Price ranges $6-$20, tax and tip not included.
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    2. Talking about the hard stuff: Companionship, Intimacy & Sex 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.
      Details & Registration
  10. Mon, Mar 16

    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. Ageism Dialogues (New) Ageism is defined as an attitude (conscious or unconscious) that discriminates, separates, stigmatizes, or otherwise disadvantages older adults on the basis of chronological age. It can be subtle or obvious and negatively affect self-perception, financial well-being, employment, health, social inclusion and more. Share your stories, perspectives and observations in a safe solution-focused environment for the betterment of our community and society at large. A different theme will be discussed each week.
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  11. Tue, Mar 17

    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.
      Details & Registration
    2. St. Patrick's Day Celebration Have fun and good cheer with rainbows, clovers, and live Irish music provided by our guest artist. You’ll want to get up and dance!
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  12. Wed, Mar 18

    1. Medical Foot Care For those with medical conditions such as Diabetes, fungus, and heart conditions. Includes warm towel wrap, short foot and lower leg massage, corn and callus treatment, toenail cutting and filing. Service provided by a Lynette Mauge-Marshall, RN. Appointments fill quickly
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  13. Sat, Mar 21

    1. Antique Appraiser / Estate Evaluator Have you ever wanted to know the value of that old coin you have hidden away or how priceless that ring from your mother might be? Meet Russell Hughes, appraiser/evaluator, who has 30+ years of experience. He specializes in glassware, coins, currency, stamps, pottery, jewelry, art and furniture. This seminar will help you find out more information about those special items that may be boxed up.
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  14. Fri, Mar 27

    1. Feedback Fridays Share your ideas, interests and concerns directly with your Senior Services full time staff. Light snacks provided.
      Details & Registration
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