Visit the Lafayette Senior Center to take part in enjoyable activities. We offer daily, monthly, in person and virtual options to fill your need for fun and engagement. For more information about any of the activities offered, please call 303-665-9052 or email

Lafayette Book Clubs

Meet with fellow book lovers to discuss the pre-selected book monthly on Fridays. Join the discussion even if you haven't finished reading the book! These book clubs meet at the Senior Center from 10-11am. 

Mystery Book Club - First Friday of the month

Second Friday Book Club - Second Friday of the month

Card Games

Join us for laughter and the enjoyment of playing Mexican Train or other card games with others.

Mondays | 9-11:30am
Mexican Train or other games
Thursdays | 1-4pm
Shanghai Rummy 
Mondays and Thursdays | 1-3pm 
Bridge Group - New!
Thursdays|1-4pm Players needed

Card Program

Have you heard about the Senior Card program? It has existed for many years, quietly engaging and providing outreach to seniors in the Lafayette community. We send cards to seniors for celebrations, sorrows, or to let someone know that people are thinking about them. We hope receiving a card brings a smile to someone's face and brightens their day. We would love to hear from you. Please email requests to

Crafters for Charity

Share your time and talents with us to support community members. Knit, crochet, stitch, or help create something to:

  • Brighten the day of a cancer patient
  • Bring warmth to a youngster
  • Assist local charities

We welcome new people, new ideas, and learning about new ways we can contribute to our community.
Wednesdays | 1-3pm

Computer Lab - Onsite

Are you in need of a computer? Visit the Senior Center, where a public computer is available for checking emails, researching information, or improving your technical skills. The Computer Lab is open on a first-come, first-served basis.

Educational DVDs

Enjoy educational videos from the Smithsonian Educational Series "America's Founding Fathers."
Second and fourth Thursdays | 2-3:30pm

Lap Robes

The Lap Robers is a group that creates small lap quilts to donate to area charities. If you enjoy quilting and helping others, this group would love to have additional members join them! If you don't sew, you can help by ironing, cutting, tying, or delivering items.
Second and Fourth Thursdays |10am-noon

Mats for the Homeless Volunteer Group

Our newest volunteer/craft group has tasked themselves with reducing plastic waste while helping our local community by using plastic bags to make mats for those experiencing homelessness in our area.

Using donated plastic grocery bags, our volunteers crochet them into sleeping mats. If you would like to know more about this group, please contact the Senior Center.
Nov. 4, Dec. 19, and Jan 13 

Panera Bread - Sponsored by Cultivate

Stop by and pick up free Panera Bread at the Senior Center every Monday and Wednesday at 10am. This program is on a first-come, first-served basis, and donations from Panera bread vary weekly. 
Mondays & Wednesdays | 10am

Puzzle Checkout

Puzzles are available for checkout at the Senior Center.  Contact staff at or 303-665-9052 for more information.

Senior Advisory Board

The Senior Advisory Board meets on the second Tuesday monthly from 4:30-6:30pm. The 2022 Board members are  Guy Higgins, Bob Magin, Joan Potterfield, and Carren Williams.  If you would like to attend or join the board, please contact Dana Hoffman at

Tech Tuesdays

Do you have a question about your cell phone? Would you like to learn how to send or make your photos into an album? How about increasing the font size on your device to see it more easily? Peak to Peak High School's Interact Club members can answer all of these questions and much more at Tech Tuesdays, held at the Senior Center. 
Last Tuesday of the month  |  3:30 - 4:30pm 

Whatevers Crafting Group

Catch up with our friends and make new ones while working on “whatever” craft you have. Bring your materials, or use ours and join the fun.
Wednesdays | 9-10:30am