What we're about

Welcome to the Baby Boomers Social Club. Our main appeal is to Boomers (persons born between 1946 and 1964), but anyone who likes to have fun and wants to share an interest, sport, hobby or activity with others is invited to join. We don't promote personal business ventures, politics or religion, nor are we a dating service. So, whether you like to dance, dine, hike, or drink coffee, it's a great way for like-minded people to join the fun. Our events fill fast and typically aren't open to guests, so please ask your friends, spouses and significant others to join too! Hope to meet you at the next event!

P.S. Please be mindful of our No Show Policy for events where a reservation is made or there is a waiting list for an event. Read about it on the Discussions Tab.

Debbie and Robin

Upcoming events (5+)

Utah and Colorado Parks Road Trip

Big Horn Lodge

Book Your Own Lodging ASAP! Join us for a road trip for a few nights in Moab, UT to visit Arches and Canyonlands. Then we'll cross the border to Colorado to visit Colorado National Monument and Glenwood Springs. September 18-21...Book 3 nights lodging in Moab at the Big Horn Lodge located at 550 Main Street. The Big Horn Lodge will be the meeting place for all activities. https://www.moabbighorn.com September 21 - After breakfast we'll check out of the hotel and drive to Colorado National Monument. We'll spend the night in Glenwood Springs. Book your own lodging for 1 night at the Silver Spruce Inn in Glenwood. https://www.silverspruceinn.com September 22 - After breakfast we'll check out of the hotel and head back to Denver. See you there! Important Note: This is a participate at your own risk event! Life is risky. I am not a professional guide. By signing up for this trip you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for your own safety.

Utah Road Trip Meet & Greet Dinner @ Pasta Jay's

Only RSVP if you're going on the Utah road trip. I'll remove your name if I don't see your RSVP for road trip. Meet and greet dinner for Utah road trip! Reservation made so don't be a No Show! We'll be seated inside at two tables of six next to each other. Separate checks will be available. Check out their menu https://pastajays.com/locations/moab/ See you there!

Hike Eagles View Trail

Reynolds Park

Eagles View Trail...the most popular moderate trail (~600 feet of elevation gain) in Reynolds Ranch. It's around 3.5 miles round trip and begins by crossing the bridge over Castro Creek and heading to the right on the Elkhorn Trail, the Raven's Roost trail and finally onto the Eagle's View trail. Eagle's View continues to climb to the southern slope, with expansive views of Pike's Peak, the Continental Divide, other small mountain peaks, and the Ramparts to the west. Dog Free Hikes...please leave your baby dogs at home for Baby Boomer hikes! Directions to Trailhead: From US Highway 285 and Foxton Road, turn southeast and drive 5.5 miles. Two parking areas are on the south side of Foxton Road. What to bring...Colorado weather changes quickly so please come prepared with appropriate hiking clothing, waterproof boots, hiking poles, microspikes, backpack and snacks, and water. Make sure you have in your pack in case you need it - rain gear, hat, gloves, extra socks, and extra layers, etc. Make it the best experience possible by being prepared! Carpooling: Meet at The Fort parking lot at 9am to form carpools. The Fort is located on US 285 at the Morrison/Evergreen CO 8 Exit. Optional Refreshment after the hike at a nearby location TBD. Important Note: This is a participate at your own risk event! Life is risky. I am not a professional guide. By signing up for this hike you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for your own safety and enjoyment.

Doors Open Denver - Behind the scenes of the DCPA (Insider Tour)

Denver Performing Arts Center

This is a buy your own ticket event! Please read the following carefully. Doors Open Denver is an annual event that lets the public tour buildings that normally are not open to the public. This special tour allows the public to view behind the scenes of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Many of you have attended plays, musicals, and other performances at the DCPA and you've wandered the lobbies and main hallways and theaters. Here's the chance to discover how the magic comes together behind the curtains and backdrops and under the stages. NOTE: Tickets are $12 (plus a processing fee) and can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dod-dcpa-behind-the-scenes-tour-tickets-67086594811. Be sure to purchase a ticket for the Saturday Insider tour and DO NOT delay! Space is limited and tickets can sell out soon. The number of tickets available as I write this (9/9/19) is 12, so that is the ultimate number of members that can attend this event. Once you purchase a ticket, you'll receive more detailed information from the DOD organization. Optional: 10:30 am - Meet for coffee/morning snack at Backstage Coffee [masked]th Street - next to the main entrance of the DCPA). After the DCPA tour, you'll have the opportunity to tour other free DOD sites nearby or in other parts of Denver.

Past events (1,846)

Easy Urban Walk in RiNo

The Denver Central Market

Photos (86,669)