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Special Class Held in Nederland by the experts who teach in Boulder and Longmont! Learn the basics of what you need to know as you approach age 65 or finally understand what you decide each year. Nederland Community Library, 6:00pm - 7:30pm [masked] to Register
Enjoy an evening of conversation over a fine chef-prepared meal with friends old and new. After the meal, enjoy The Sweet Spot Trio (https://www.facebook.com/sweetspottrio/) performing many familiar songs to sing along. We are also working on a surprise musical enchantment immediately following dinner and before The Sweet Spot takes the stage. We are committed to serving high quality foods lovingly prepared for optimum health and flavor. Our menu this month includes Salmon, Roasted Squash, Barley Vegetable Pilaf, and Key Lime Pie. You may also check our events and menus online at MountainPeakLife.org. We welcome a variety of dietary preferences and incorporate vegan and gluten free on advance request. Please advise us if you have special dietary needs (dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, etc.) when you make your reservation. Cost is $10 under age 60 and $5 requested contribution age 60+. 5:00pm doors open for social, 5:30pm meal served. Please RSVP via email, Meetup, or phone[masked]. Please sign up as early as possible for all dinners and breakfasts. Call[masked] if you are blocked by the RSVP deadline here at the Meetup - we accept late reservations there. We will not accept registrations that show only a first name on Meetup unless we already know you. If you prefer first name anonymity on this public site, please be sure to email our organizer at admin (at) mountainpeaklife.org to provide your full name and the full names of any of your guests. If we've met you before and can easily guess that your "+1" is your spouse or significant other, no need to clarify, but if it is someone else, please email the name of your guest to admin (at) mountainpeaklife.org. Please note that many register through email or phone, so please don't gauge the turnout by this site listing. We have hosted over 90 at some our dinners, even though this site only showed about 30. If you cannot attend, it is very important that you call to cancel as early as you can. Our nonprofit host must pay for all of the food and we do not wish to waste any. Please leave a message at[masked]. If you are able to volunteer for this event, we appreciate your help and advance commitment regarding greeting/check-in attendance at the door. Please alert us at[masked] or admin (at) mountainpeaklife.org if you would like to get involved with ensuring these popular social dinners continue!converted grade school on the right. Drive down along the right side of the building to the parking lot. We are upstairs.
The annual Handmade in Colorado Expo will be back for its 12th year. The festival aims to promote the originality and the workmanship of some of Colorado’s independent artisans. Local designers will be showcasing their products made from various media like metal, glass, paper, paint, gem, wax, and a lot more. This will be a great way to find unique finds and to interact with the talented designers behind the items while promoting the beauty of handmade crafts. Expect to be surrounded by a lot of beautiful and unique art pieces and be amazed by the talented individuals that made them. Be excited to experience great shopping, live entertainment and feel inspired by one of the best Colorado festivals for artists. For more details visit: coloradoevents.org/handmadeincoloradoexpo
Foot Care Local Registered Nurse Debbie Neal serves mountain older adults with toenail and skin care, review of foot concerns – typically 1st Mondays of each month (with some schedule exceptions). Cost is $30. Call for appointment, sign up at[masked]