1. On-site Weekly Activities
  2. Monthly Activities
  3. Everyday Options
  4. Book Clubs
  5. Virtual Programs


The trick-taking card game for four players is fun and popular!

Mondays, 9-11:30am

Shanghai Rummy

Beginners are welcome to play this fun rummy game and meet new friends.

Mondays and Thursdays, 1-3pm 

Tech Tuesdays

Do you have a question about your cell phone? Do you want to learn to send or make your photos into an album? How about increasing the font size on your device to see it more easily? Answer all these questions and much more at Tech Tuesdays, held at the Senior Center, hosted by Peak to Peak High School’s Interact Club.

Jan. 25,  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. If you would like to be part of the Whatevers group, email

Wednesdays, 9-10:30am

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

Panera Bread

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

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! 

Second and Fourth Thursdays, 10am-noon

Mexican Train & Card Games

Join us for Mexican Train or any other card game with us! Laugh and enjoy is sure to ensue.

Thursdays, 1-4pm

Educational DVDs

Enjoy educational videos from the Smithsonian Educational Series "America's Founding Fathers."

Second and fourth Thursdays, 2-3:30pm

Let's Brew Together

The more time Americans spend socially with family and friends, the more likely they are to report enjoyment and happiness in their lives without a lot of stress and worry. Overall, Americans' self-reported mood improves with each hour of social time they spend in a day, up to about seven hours.  Let's boost each other's moods and spend some time together!  We will have coffee and light snacks – join us at the Senior Center, where we hope to grow connections and get to know each other better.

First Fridays, 1pm