Page 16 . 50 Plus Marketplace News . Denver Metro . May 2010 May 2010 . Denver Metro Answers: page 18 Senior Answers50 Plus Marketplace News and Services presents Elder Care Consulting Services . On- Site Counseling for Employees . Lunch and Learn Seminars at the Workplace . Senior Resource Guidebook . Information Resources at www. senioranswers. org . Discussion Roundtables in Community Locations Sponsored by Senior Answers and Services 3006 East Colfax Denver CO 80206 303- 333- 3482 303- 333- 9112 ( fax) www. senioranswers. org Senior Answers and Services provides counseling and consulting for seniors and their families as well as information, resources, and services to improve quality of life for older adults. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . Work on a new quilting technique this month. Mon, May 3, 1- 4 pm. $ 21/$ 16 res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Make three cards in this fun and creative stamp-ing class! Tues, May 11, 1- 3 pm. $ 10/$ 8 res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . Use a punch needle and threads on a cloth pat-tern to create a work of art! Tues, May 4, 10 - 12 pm. $ 10/$ 8 Res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . Simple tricks to exercise your brain and boost your memory. Wed, through May 26, 9: 30- 11 am. $ 33/$ 25 res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Learn Spanish, basic grammar, vocabulary and com-mon expressions. Call for class levels and dates. $ 62/$ 48 res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Free! Meet your friends and make new ones playing a variety of Wii, interactive video games! Mon. through Sat. during regular ACAA hours. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Learn what to shop for when buying a new computer. Our experts guide you through the process! Tues, May 18, Aurora Center for Active Adults 303- 739- 7950 . auroragov. org/ adults50plus 9- 11 am. $ 16/$ 12 res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Learn to create and manage spreadsheets and organize your information. Wed, May 5- 19, 9- 11 am. $ 47/$ 36 res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? After Micro-soft I, expand your knowledge with this interactive class! Sat, May 1- 15, 9- 11 am. $ 47/$ 36 res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Recreational leagues. Call for information 303- 739- 7957. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Get totally fit! In-cludes a warm up, low impact car-diovascular aerobics, strength train-ing, stretching and flexibility. All levels welcome! M/ W/ F, 8- 9 am; M/ W/ F, 9: 05- 10: 05 am; Wed., 6- 7 pm. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? May 6- 27, Thur, 10: 15- 11: 15 am; Tues, 5: 30- 6: 30 pm. $ 31/$ 24 res. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Work on range of motion, muscular strength and cardiovascular activity. In this class a chair is used for support. M/ W/ F, May 3- 28, 10: 15- 10: 45 am. $ 20/$ 15 res. Senior Health & Resource Day. Learn about local resources and how to improve or maintain fi tness. Helpful information to im-prove your well- being. Tues, May 4, 10- 12 pm. Lone Tree Ctr. Wed, May 5, 10- 12 pm. Buck Ctr. Free. Line Dance Extravaganza. A fun- fi lled day of Line Dance. Learn new steps and perfect dance moves. Buck Center on wood fl oor and stage area. Lunch & handouts included. Sa. June 12, 10- 3 pm, $ 27 /$ 25 R Workshop for Women. Be-come a handy- woman. Save money, time and learn to do the easy stuff : Info: www. workshopforwomen. com. My Screws are Loose. Hang-ing things on walls and ceilings. Wed, May 12, 6- 8 pm or urs, May 13, 9- 11 am. $ 69/$ 59 R. Trim Your Home. Interior Trim Clinic. urs, May 27, 6- 9 pm, $ 89/$ 79 resident Dipped Strawberries. Learn the ingredients, methods of creat-ing, and decorating. Supplies and gift box included. Mon, May 3, 2: 30- 4: 30 pm, $ 22/$ 18 resident. South Suburban Recreation 303- 797- 8787 Line Dancing. Line up and kick up your heels to a variety of music and fun. Drop in: $ 4/$ 3 res-ident. Tues, 2- 3 beginners, 3- 4 in-termediate , Lone Tree Rec. Cen-ter. Wed, 1- 2 pm beginners, 2- 4 intermediate, Buck Rec. Center. Computer Classes. Ezy- Bytes Computer Lab. Open to all adults. Buck Rec. Center. IBM Compatable and Macintosh class-es. Dates and fees at www. sspr. org or call 303 730- 4609. Senior Tap Dance. Learn the basics to keep your feet a- tappin'. Learn fl aps, shuffl es, the shuffl e-ball- change combined into simple routines. It's fun and great exercise. Beginning and Intermediate. Mon. and Fri., 10 am, $ 24/$ 18 R. Digital Camera. Discuss selec-tion, operation, printing without a computer, interfacing and/ or pho-to storage card ( Mac or Windows PC), improving photos, and stor-ing, printing, and emailing selected photos. If owned bring camera and manual. Mon, May 17, 9- 12 pm $ 16/$ 13.50 R.
. 50 Plus Marketplace News . Denver Metro . May 2010 . Page 17 21st Annual Salute to Seniors May 26, 2010 · 8: 30 am to 4: 00 pm Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th Street, Denver A Networking and Marketing Event For Older Adults and Their Families Denver Department of Human Services $ 9 for the first ticket; $ 4.50 for the second ticket; $ 6 for groups of 10 or more Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary Singing Old Time Favorites ?? ?? If I Had A Hammer ?? ?? I'm Leaving On a Jet Plane ?? ?? Puff the Magic Dragon and More Tickets 303- 333- 3482 ?? More than 100 Exhibitors ?? ?? Arts and Crafts Sales ?? ?? Dancing and Singing ?? ?? Vintage Aero Flying Museum Display Signed Copies of His Children's Book " Puff the Magic Dragon" for sale! _________ AARP Walgreens Wellness Bus will offer $ 140 worth of free screenings Sponsored by Colorado Gerontological Society A Live Concert for Grandparents and Grandchildren www. 50plusmarketplacenews. com Now you can read us online! The MAC 303- 426- 4310 Cooking with Greens. Green leafy vegetables top the list of " healthiest" food choices. Get rec-ipes using greens of all types, and taste samples. $ 10/ res; $ 12/ non-res. Wed, May 26, 6: 15- 7: 30 p Don't Get Scammed! Updates on current scams in our area, learn measures to protect yourself, how to handle home improvement door to door solicitors, and information on how the 2010 Census gathers data. $ 1 res; $ 2 non- res. Wed, May 19, 9- 10a Colorado Chocolate Festival. Chocolate of every kind: dark and pure, sweet and milky, gooey, and waxy smooth. Chocolate contests, and demos, in the Denver Mer-chandise Mart. $ 16/ res; $ 19/ non-res. Includes admission, escort, and transportation. Sat, May 8, 10a- 4p Classical Brass. In the beautiful historic setting of St. John's Ca-thedral, Denver. Bring lunch and beverage for after the program. Fee includes concert, escort, and transportation. $ 8/ res; $ 10/ non-res. Tues, May 11, 11a- 2: 30p Ultimate Chef America, an open competition to identify and rec-ognize excellence in culinary arts among the Brookside Senior Liv-ing chefs. Featuring educational seminars and tasting of the dishes prepared. $ 8/ res; $ 10/ non- res, in-cludes events, food tasting, escort and transportation. ur, May 20, 2- 6: 30p Zip Adventures. Harness up and glide through the air of the Alka-li Canyon. Bring lunch, beverage, plate and utensils. No experience necessary. $ 135/ res, $ 145/ non- res; includes zip ride, bottled water, es-cort and transportation. Fri. May 28, 6: 30a- 4p White Water Rafting on the Col-orado River, half day on Class II-IV rapids. Professional guides in-struct paddlers during this exciting 9 miles. No experience necessary. Must be in good physical condi-tion and able to swim. Register by Fri, Jun. 11. $ 68/ res, $ 78/ non- res; includes raft ride, bottled water, lunch, escort and transportation. Mon, Jun. 28, 7: 30a- 6: 30p Community Recreation Center of Apex 303- 425- 9583 . www. apexprd. org O'Mother's Day Cultural Lunch. ur, May 13, 12- 1: 30 pm. Cel-ebrate at annual lunch with Irish cuisine and entertainment by Tina Gugeler. Register ($ 8) by May 10. Let's Tap. Sat, May 22, 1- 3 pm. Apex's Rockyettes and 12 visiting dance troupes celebrate National Tap Dance Day with this show. Ralston Valley HS, 13355 West 80th Ave. Register $ 3, $ 5 at the door, if available. Bike Repair. ur, May 11, 10 am- noon. BYOB ( bring your own bike) & learn basic skills to repair a fl at, clean, and lube. Also an op-tional ride. Register in advance $ 8/$ 10 non- res. Pastels and Drawing Studio. Mon, May 3- 24, 6- 8 pm. Tech-niques of drawing with charcoal or pastels. Register in advance $ 52/$ 62 non- res. Fundamentals of Watercolor II. Wed, May 5- 26, 6- 8 pm. Improve technique. Register in advance $ 52/$ 62 non- res. Hike Roxborough Park. Tues, May 18, 8- 4 pm. Enjoy a spring hike in this beautiful park. In-cludes transportation, park fees and leader. Register with payment in advance $ 20/$ 24 non- res. Sunday Brunch at Sunbird. Sun, May 23, 7: 30- 1 pm. A scrump-tious meal in this restaurant which overlooks Colorado Springs. In-cludes breakfast, transportation and escort. Register with payment in advance $ 44/$ 53non- res. Autumn in New England. Sept. 29- Oct. 7. Start planning now for the phenomenal fall foliage of New England. Call Lynn at 303- 425- 9583 for details. Intermediate Bridge Class. Mon, May 3- July 12, 9- 11: 30 am. Basic knowledge of Standard American Bidding system is needed, expand on opening bids, response rebids, the concept of balancing, and some conversation. Register in advance, $ 45/$ 54 non- res. Computer Classes. We have small, hands- on computer classes from beginning to advanced skills, plus help if you shift to updated op-erating systems. Call for times and fees.