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Lafayette Senior Center

103 S. Iowa Ave.
Lafayette, CO  80026
303-661-1492
Fax:  303-604-6130

Juli MacKenzie

Supervisor
303-661-1497

Dinah Pollard

Resource Coordinator
303-661-1499

Heide Barrowman

Recreation Coordinator
303-661-1491

Front Desk

303-661-1492

Happenings at the Senior Center

Check the Spotlight each month to find out the latest on day trips, special events, various classes and resource information.

 

Featured Programs


2/21 Senior Housing 102: Creative Solutions – NEW! 2-3:30pm Thursday
Explore creative solutions to stay in the home you own or rent affordably when subsidized housing is not an immediate option.
https://bit.ly/2TNa0xt

2/25 Circle Talk: Free Demo & Orientation 2-3pm Monday
This unique and engaging facilitated conversation program is a chance to meet new people, share perspectives and personal stories, and get to know your community in a completely new approach.


2/25-3/18 Making Ends Meet On A Shoestring Budget – NEW! 9:30-10:30am Mondays
Learn tips, strategies and resources to make your dollars go farther. Topics include food, bills, utilities, taxes, insurance, debt and more.
https://bit.ly/2BAz5nZ
 

Wellness Classes


2/25 Latin Dance Fun Fitness Class 1:15-2pm Mondays
This Latin-Inspired fitness class is a great, unique and effective approach to exercise.
 

Enrichment Programs


2/28 Intersection of Religion & Politics in the Ancient World 1-2pm Thursday
Join in a discussion of how these institutions led to the rise of complex societies in Mexico, Europe and the Near East.  FREE Registration required.
https://bit.ly/2TNb0BJ

 

Resource Information


2/15 Medicare Basics Class 1:30-3:30pm Friday
Understand Medicare enrollments, plans, benefits and costs. Offered by a Boulder County Area Agency on Aging Medicare Counselor.
Location: Lafayette Public Library
https://bit.ly/2UWHOYZ

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2/19 Low Vision Peer Support Group 1-2pm Tuesday
Connect with peers to create a community, maintain hope, and process frustration and sadness during the transition to living with visual impairments. Sponsored by the Center for People with Disabilities, 303-790-1390.

2/27 Memory Café 3-4:30pm Wednesday
Get peer and facilitator support, resources and education for people with younger onset Alzheimer’s disease and their care partners.
 

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