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  1. Lafayette Open Space and the World: Signs of a Living Planet in our Midst

    March 4, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Senior Services Center

    What can the places we walk through or pass in our cars everyday teach us about how our planet lives and breathes? A lot! Join naturalist Martin Ogle for a fascinating exploration of how our local flora, fauna, geology and human community reflect our Living Planet! Mr. Ogle explains, in clear and understandable terms, how bacteria, prairie dogs, grasses and human technology are all part of a living system that we can sense and appreciate in our everyday lives. Call 303-665-9052 by Feb. 25 to enroll.

  2. 2nd Floor Expansion Open House - FREE

    March 8, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Bob L. Burger Recreation Center

    Join the Bob L. Burger Recreation Center to celebrate the official opening of the 2nd Floor Expansion Project FREE admission FREE class demos FREE information fair FREE childcare for attendees 12:00 - 5:00pm - Follow the link below for a full schedule of events

  3. AARP Smart Driver Course

    March 9, 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Senior Services Center

    Improve your skills, increase safety and become eligible for a premium discount on your insurance. Open to all individuals 50+. Certification is valid for three years. Call 303-665-9052 to register by March 6.

  4. Learn about smart phones

    March 9, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Senior Services Center

    Have a smart phone or thinking of getting one? Want to see all the great things it can do? Smart phones can make your life easier - let us show you how! Call 303-665-9052 to register by 3/2.

  5. Rocks Karma Arrows: A film experience by Motus Theatre & LCAC

    March 14, 10:15 AM - 2:30 PM @ Lafayette Public Library

    LEARN ABOUT LOCAL HISTORY March 14, 2015 Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission brings you the film of Motus Theatre's award winning drama, Rocks Karma Arrows (RKA). Hear our real history from the voices of Native Peoples, settlers, Sand Creek Massacre witnesses, miners, CU's Japanese school teachers, KKK, and more. Listen to Chief Niwot & other leaders' words that we need to know. Discuss your thoughts with community members. SCHEDULE •10:15 Gather with drink, snacks •10:30 RKA Film ACT 1 •11:45 Lunch and Discussion •12:45 RKA Film ACT 2 •1:45 Dessert & discussion •2:30 Departure and intentions WHEN: Saturday, March 14, 2015 10:15am-2:30pm WHERE: Lafayette Public Library 775 Baseline Ave COST: Free to the first 75 people to register to register TO REGISTER*: E-Mail motuscommunity@gmail.com or Call 303-440-3682 *Age 12 and up

  6. Men's Spring Basketball League - register by March 6

    March 15, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Bob L. Burger Recreation Center

    Lafayette Recreation will be offering a Sunday Men's "C" Recreation league and Wednesday Men's "C" Leisure adult basketball league. Check the agenda below for more information. Register by March 6

  7. CPR Class

    March 18, 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Lafayette Fire Station #1

    CPR - So Easy Even a Child Can Do It! 383,000 sudden cardiac arrests happen every year and 88% of those happen at home. Effective CPR can double, or even triple, a victim’s chance of survival. Unfortunately, only 32% of these victims get immediate CPR from trained bystanders. Please help by teaming up with the Lafayette Fire Department to learn the skills necessary to save a life! Register with Firefighter/Paramedic Casey Brigham caseyb@cityoflafayette.com

  8. Spring Women's Soccer - register by March 18

    March 20, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Bob L. Burger Recreation Center

    Soccer, but more fun and less stress. Open to all women who would like s short workout. Practices and games on Friday evenings with a 6 game schedule. Check the agenda below for more information.

  9. Walk with a Naturalist at Coal Creek

    March 25, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Senior Services Center

    Join naturalist Martin Ogle for a 1.8 mile walk along Coal Creek to explore local flora, fauna and geology. The group will learn some simple tips for winter tree identification, effects of the September floods of 2013 and other interesting tidbits about this Lafayette Open Space area. There is a limit of 18 participants for this program so call 303-665-9052 early - but at least by March 18. Meet just south of Ryan Elementary School where Centaurus Village Dr. ends at Centaur Circle.