Activities at ConcordiaFebruary 2018
February 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22 and 26
This class is for all who want to be healthy and work on flexibility and strength! Macy will be teaching this beneficial class which will include core strengthening and flexibility exercises for those with arthritis or osteoarthritis. She has many useful tips on the use of exercise for the graceful aging of bones and joints.
Mondays, February 5, 12, 19 and 26: 9:00-9:45am, Event Center
Thursdays, February 1, 8, 15 and 22: 9:00-9:45am, Event Center
Active Minds presents “Spain”
From its heights as the dominant country in the world in the 16th century, Spain currently struggles with a high debt burden and separatist challenges from the Catalan region. Join Active Minds as we explore the roots and legacy of the Spanish Empire and how this important country fits into the regional and global puzzle today.
Thursday, February 1: 1:00-2:00pm, Event Center
Attention! We run a monthly bus to area banks for residents who do not have cars or who want a ride to their bank. We go to Wells Fargo, US Bank (Southwest Plaza), Bank of the West (Southwest Plaza), First Bank, Chase (Coal Mine and Kipling) and Bellco Credit Union. Because of today’s computer usage…you can bank at any branch. You do not have to bank at the branch where you opened your account. Make plans to use our service to get to the bank!
Thursday, February 1: 2:00-3:00pm
February 2, 5, 7, 9, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23 and 28
Fitness at Foothills
Don’t miss this wonderful way to get in your physical activity with friends and neighbors! We will head to The Ridge Recreation center where you can swim, water walk, walk the track, lift weights or attend a class (if it fits within our time constraints). If you are interested, see Risa for information about payment. Check with your insurance…many health insurance programs pay through the Silver Sneakers program. You must have a Foothills Recreation District ID. If you don’t have one, bring your proof of physical address and identification and Risa will help you get your ID.
Mondays, February 5 and 19: 8:30-10:15am
Wednesdays, February 7, 14, 21 and 28: 8:30-10:15am
Fridays, February2, 9, 16 and 23: 8:30-10:15am
Roxy and Scott Sheldon, with combined experience of 40+ years in the jewelry business, will be at Concordia offering free cleaning, watch battery changing (you buy the battery) and any other jewelry needs you may have! Please limit the cleaning to 2 pieces per person. Be sure to make note of what time you’ve signed up and include your phone number.
Friday, February 2: 1:00-3:30pm, Event Center
1997…Rated PG-13…Drama/Romance…Leonardo di Caprio and Kate Winslet star in this box office blockbuster, winner of 11 Oscars! We follow the love story of society girl Rose and penniless artist Jack as they fall in love amidst certain tragedy.
Friday, February 2: 1:30-4:45pm, Cedar Theatre
DU Hockey vs. Duluth Hockey Game
Let’s go get rowdy for the Pioneer’s hockey game! Last year they won the NCAA National title and they are back to defend it! It is always a loud, fun, raucous time in the stands rooting for the Pios! Come along and enjoy the evening! $15 will be charged to your account for behind the goal seats if there are 20 people or more who are interested. If any less than 20 people sign up, the cost goes to $30, so it is beneficial for you to talk your friends into coming!!! If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $15 or $30. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will also be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event..
Friday, February 2: 6:30-10:00pm
“Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” at The Candlelight Dinner Theatre
Don’t miss this great opportunity to see a timeless favorite! Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, the smash hit Broadway musical, is an eye-popping spectacle that has won the hearts and imaginations of millions worldwide. Based on the Academy Award-winning animated feature, the stage version includes all of the wonderful songs written by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman, along with new songs by Mr. Menken and Tim Rice.Belle along with Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Gaston and the Beast will take you on an adventure of mistrust ending in LOVE!! The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. There must be 12 to go on this event! $55 will be charged to your account for the show and lunch. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $55. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a cancellation fee of $5; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Saturday, February 3: 11:00am-6:00pm
February 6, 13, 20 and 27
Gentle Yoga is a 45 minute class that will leave you feeling stretched and rejuvenated. This class will include some meditation followed by a series of floor exercises (so bring a mat or large towel please), standing postures, balancing postures, and finish in Savasana (a yogic term for Relaxation). Gentle Yoga has been known to reduce swelling in joints, increase mobility, improve balance and stability, aid in digestion and better quality of sleep, among many more benefits that will allow you to be proactive with your health and wellness. No need to sign up…just come on over to the Event Center and enjoy!
Tuesday, February 6, 20 and 27: 10:00-10:45am, Event Center
Tuesday, February 13: 8:30-9:15am, Event Center
Valentine’s High Tea
Join us for this fun celebratory outing! We will enjoy an afternoon tea in a flower shop! There will be wonderful tea, scones, sandwiches and desserts for all! Talk your friends into coming to this nice, relaxing day out as we celebrate Valentine’s Day and love! $32 will be charged to your account. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $32. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will also be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event. **Space is limited!!**
Tuesday, February 6: 11:30am-2:30pm
1939…NR…Drama…While on an ocean cruise, strangers Michel Marnet (Charles Boyer) and Terry McKay (Irene Dunne) are instantly taken with each other. Unfortunately, they’re both engaged to other people, so they promise to reunite in six months to see if their passion still burns. En route to the reunion, Terry is crippled in a car accident, heightening the drama of this Oscar-nominated romance.
Tuesday, February 6: 2:30-4:00 pm, Cedar Theatre
February 6, 13, 20 and 27
Come get your dance on with Risa! This fun, energizing class will teach you line dance steps to a variety of music, including The Electric Slide, Boot Scoot and Boogie, Slappin’ Leather, Tennessee Waltz, just to name a few. We will dance on the dance floor. WEAR SHOES THAT ARE SLICK ON THE BOTTOM, SUCH AS LOAFERS, COWBOY BOOTS, DANCE SHOES, BALLET SHOES (not tennis shoes). PLEASE BRING A BOTTLE OF WATER.
Tuesday, February 6, 13 and 20: 3:30-4:00pm, Event Center
Tuesday, February 27 : 11:00am-12:00pm, Event Center
This private one-on-one is for ALL who HAVE ONLY an iPhone or iPad and want to know more about how to do most anything with it. Please only sign up if you have an Apple product as that is the product of which Risa has knowledge.
Wednesday, February 7: 1:00-3:30pm, Birch
Cocktails and Classics presents…Blue Sonnet
Be sure not to miss this wonderful duo! Blue Sonnet performs songs that will touch your heart. You will enjoy Karen Banning’s original interpretations of the classic torch songs made famous by great blues and jazz artists including Billie Holiday, Diana Krall and Ella Fitzgerald. Add in the personal and original songs composed by Elea Plotkin and you have ‘Blue Sonnet”!
Thursday, February 8: 4:30-6:00pm, Event Center
Lamont Symphony Orchestra
Join us for this FREE concert! Trombonist Scott Bean, a Broadway performer and Lamont faculty member, joins the orchestra for a performance of Grøndahl’s Trombone Concerto. The orchestra also performs Puccini’s Intermezzo from Act III of Manon Lescaut and the Shostakovich Symphony No. 5. THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THIS CONCERT. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Thursday, February 8: 6:30-10:00pm
Lunch at The Yard House
Whether you like to indulge in 3-foot tall glasses of beer or not, the award-winning and extensive menu of American fusion cuisine at the Yard House features more than 130 items including appetizers, salads, pastas, sandwiches, street tacos, grilled burgers, individual-size pizzas, seafood, steaks and ribs. Lunch is on your own. Please look at the menu in your building’s trip book to view the options before you sign up! If you cancel within 24 hours of this event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2-van event.
Friday, February 9: 10:30am-2:00pm
“The Bridges of Madison County”
1995…PG-13…When vaguely discontented Iowa housewife Francesca Johnson meets National Geography’s shutterbug, Robert Kincaid, what begins as a guarded friendship soon erupts into an intense affair that rekindles Francesca’s forgotten passions. Francesca finds her emotions in conflict when the time comes to choose her future. Clint Eastwood and Maryl Streep lead this Oscar-nominated drama based on the best-selling novel by Robert James Waller.
Friday, February 9: 2:30-4:45pm, Cedar Theatre
“The Elixir of Love” Live from the MET at Highlands Ranch AMC
Don’t miss one of Donizetti’s masterpieces! Pretty Yende debuts a new role at the MET as the feisty Adina, opposite Mathew Polenzani, who enthralled MET audiences as Nemorino with his ravishing “Una furtive lagrima”. Bartlett Sher’s production is charming, with deft comedic timing, but also emotionally revealing. Domingo Hindoyan conducts this masterpiece. There must be at least 8 to go on this event. $22 will be charged to your account. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $22. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will also be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Saturday, February 10: 9:30am-1:30pm
Colorado Symphony performs John Williams: An American Journey
The illustrious career of composer John Williams has taken us to a galaxy far, far away and captured our imagination beyond measure. Celebrate his birthday week with us as we take you on a journey through compositions you may find familiar and others that will be brand new to your ears. Williams composed the soundtracks to some of the world’s most treasured films and is also well-known as a prolific composer for music beyond the borders of the silver screen. This evening showcases the profound effect these scores have on our listening experience. Concertmaster Yumi Hwang-Williams performs the “Three Pieces” from Schindler’s List, and additional soloists on the program include the Colorado Symphony’s own Principal Clarinet Jason Shafer performing “Viktor’s Tale” from The Terminal and Principal Trumpet Justin Bartels performing the Theme from J.F.K. $45 will be charged to your account for your ticket. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $45. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will also be responsible for a $5 cancellation; $10 if it is a 2 van event
Saturday, February 10: 6:30-10:15pm
Denver Brass on Bourbon Street
Bourbon Street is alive and Mardi Gras is near! Journey with Alan Hood, phenomenal trumpet player and the Denver Brass to the heart of New Orleans where elements of African, Caribbean, Latin and European music come together and create America’s original and iconic-JAZZ! From Blues and Gospel to Dixieland and Swing, we will enjoy sounds born of our American soul! $25.50 will be charged to your account for parterre seats in Newman Center Gates concert hall. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $25.50. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will also be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event..
Sunday, February 11: 1:00-5:00pm
Ladies Breakfast at Snooze!
Come on, Ladies, come enjoy a wonderful breakfast with friends and neighbors. The menu includes omelets, pancakes, French toast and several egg breakfasts. There is always some sort of pancake special and loads of great food! This is a great way to meet new friends! Come and enjoy the most important meal of the day! Breakfast is on your own. Please look at the menu in your building’s trip book to view the options before you sign up! If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2-van event.
Monday, February 12: 8:30-11:30am
As a follow up to January’s meeting, we will discuss how/what we will be doing as a group to get together to make music. If you have a hand-held instrument, please bring it so we can discuss our plans for creating music!
Monday, February 12: 1:00-2:00pm, Event Center
Come join in the fun and win some fun prizes! Get into the mood and join your friends for some good fun! Please bring 2 quarters and 9 dimes. We will play for money pots and prizes!
Monday, February 12: 3:00-5:00pm, Event Center
Chef Brian Cook presents… “Valentine’s Day Sweetheart Meal”
Chef Brian returns to share a special Valentine’s Day meal. Broiled Chicken Breasts with Chocolate Barbecue Sauce with a salad are what is on the menu for this special treat! The meal will be followed by Chocolate Souffle cookies! Come and be entertained as Brian shares tips and tricks and yummy recipes. $10 will be charged to your account for lunch. If you cancel, you will be responsible for $10.
Tuesday, February 13: 10:30-12:30, Event Center
“A Star is Born”
1937…Not Rated…Drama…Starry-eyed Esther Blodgett yearns to make it big in Hollywood, and when she captures the attention, and heart, of matinee idol Norman Maine at an A list party, she is on her way! While Esther’s star soars, Norman’s career takes a nose-dive. Starring Janet Gaynor and Frederick March.
Tuesday, February 13: 2:30-4:30 pm, Cedar Theatre
“Sprituals Project Choir: Music for the Soul” at Lamont School of Music
For more than 20 years as a songwriter and Blues performer, Grammy nominated performer and songwriter Guy Davis says his blues music is inspired by the southern speech of his grandmother. Though raised in the New York City area, he grew up hearing accounts of life in the rural south from his parents and especially his grandparents, and they made their way into his own stories and songs. Davis taught himself the guitar (never having the patience to take formal lessons) and learned by listening to and watching other musicians. One night on a train from Boston to New York he picked up finger picking from a nine-fingered guitar player. His first exposure to the blues was at a summer camp in Vermont run by Pete Seeger’s brother John Seeger, where he learned how to play the five-string banjo. This concert is FREE!! If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Tuesday, February 13: 6:15-10:00pm
Lone Tree Arts in the Afternoon: The Tina Phillips Jazz Trio: Love, Improvisation and the Great American Songbook
Don’t miss this exceptional jazz trio playing favorites from the Great American Songbook. There will be love songs just in time for Valentine’s Day and toe-tapping standards from the jazz music library. $18 will be charged to your account. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $18. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation: $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Wednesday, February 14: 12:30-3:30pm
February 14 and 21
Around the World
Join us for another round of this great, mind-bending trivia game! Come and test your knowledge of the world you live in. Geography trivia is the topic and you will work with your group to figure out the answer! Each week can be a different group of people, so you get to know your neighbors AND learn from their strengths! Please come and give it a try!! The person who has the most points at the end of 6 months will get his choice of activity “on the house” –what a great deal!! Come and try it out, you will enjoy it!
Wednesday, February 14 and 21: 3:30-4:30pm, Event Center
Foothills Arts Center
Join us as we visit this charming art gallery with 2 current exhibits. First, we will experience the art of members of the art center. It is always wonderful to experience these art pieces created by wonderful artisans of the area. The second exhibit is art of the Jefferson County schools. We will enjoy a showing of art from certain Jefferson County schools from 2 exemplary students from K-12 grade. Young budding artists! How exciting! $5 will be charged for your entrance fee. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be charged $5. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will also be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Thursday, February 15: 1:00-4:30pm
Gourmet Dinner at Seasons 52
Gourmet dinner at Seasons 52 is a celebration of what’s good now…seasonally inspired ingredients at their peak of freshness. Rustic cooking techniques that bring out natural flavors and are inherently lighter—with nothing on the menu more than 475 calories and an ever-changing selection of global wines. All in a casually sophisticated setting. Dinner is on your own. Please look at the menu in your building’s trip book to view the options before you sign up! If you cancel within 24 hours of this event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2-van event.
Thursday, February 15: 4:15-8:00pm
Flatirons Crossing Mall
Come enjoy a day at a beautiful, large mall in Broomfield! This mall includes Nordstrom, Macy’s, Crate and Barrel, Coldwater Creek, Williams Sonoma, Dillard’s and much more! This is a shopper’s paradise! There is a food court for lunch. Lunch is on your own. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Friday, February 16: 10:30am-4:30pm
1993…Rated R….Drama…Holly Hunter stars as Ada McGrath, a mute but strong-willed 19th century Scottish expatriate who arrives in New Zealand with her daughter (anna Paquin) and her beloved piano in tow. Although betrothed to a landowner (Sam Neill), she’s pulled into an affair with a laborer (Harvey Keitel). Hunter and Paquin both won Oscars for their performances in this haunting drama from writer-director Jane Campion.
Friday, February 16: 2:30-4:30pm, Cedar Theatre
Come along to Blackhawk where you can try your luck at a number of casinos, including Ameristar, Isle of Capri, the Lodge, Mardi Gras and others. There are plenty of penny machines and great blackjack tables!!! Let’s see if we can come home Millionaires! Or have lots of fun trying!!! Lunch is on your own. An $8 transportation fee will be charged to your account. If you cancel, you will be responsible for the $8. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee.
Monday, February 19: 10:30am-4:30pm
Fit for Life presentation
Macy Graham (our pilates and yoga teacher) and Kevin McHugh, physical therapy student, present this informative seminar. At Ascent Therapy Clinic (physical therapy), we believe that with commitment and a plan you can be Fit For Life. We are dedicated to helping members of our community start the journey to reach their Summit of Health and Fitness. Understanding that every person has individualized goals in order to reach the Summit, we are here to help you to be able to maximize your enjoyment of life by being able to safely participate in all of the activities you enjoy. We put together a simple but well-rounded exercise program that focuses on all aspects of health. These aspects include: Flexibility, Balance, Core Strength, Upper Body Strength, Lower Body Strength, Cardiovascular Fitness, and Mind-Body Wellness. Included in the class is information about each aspect of health, information on how each aspect is assessed, documentation on averages/norms (as available), and exercises to address each aspect. By the end of class each participant will have an easy-to-follow program designed to target all abilities. Please sign-up in advance so we know how many to expect. We look forward to working with you!
Monday, February 19: 2:30-3:30, Event Center
Lunch at Café JordanoCrowned Best Family Restaurant in the Denver area year after year, it is no surprise that Cafe Jordano is repeatedly one of the best Italian restaurants in Denver. Their authentic Italian cuisine and relaxed atmosphere make them the perfect place to dine. Lunch is on your own. Please peruse the menu in your building’s book for lunch choices. We will drop by the Taste of Denmark bakery afterward to pick up some goodies to take home! If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Tuesday, February 20: 11:00-2:30pm
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
1961…Romance…Audrey Hepburn stars in this timeless romance. Fortune hunter Holly Golightly finds herself captivated by aspiring writer Paul Varjak, who moves into her building on a wealthy woman’s dime. As romance blooms between Paul and Holly, Doc Golightly shows up on the scene revealing Holly’s past.
Tuesday, February 20: 2:30-4:30pm, Cedar Theatre
Guys’ Breakfast at Rosemary Café
Calling all guys! Please join this fun group of gentlemen for their monthly trek to Rosemary Café for a wonderful breakfast to sustain them for the day! This is a great opportunity to meet the men of Concordia and catch up with old friends as well! It’s a fun group of guys just waiting to welcome you to the crew! Please look at the menu in your building’s trip book to view the options before you sign up! Breakfast is on your own.
Wednesday, February 21: 8:30-10:30am
Don’t miss this great buffet restaurant where you get to make your salad EXACTLY as you like. There are numerous choices on the salad bar as well as wonderful soup and bread choices. You will also be able to choose from a variety of pasta dishes as well as have a yummy ice cream sundae or brownie. Lunch is only $8.99 plus tax and tip for a healthy meal!! Lunch is on your own. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a cancellation fee of $5; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Thursday, February 22: 12:00-2:00pm
1982…Rated R..Romance/Drama…Aspiring author Stingo shares a Brooklyn boarding house with winsome Polish émigré Sophie and her mercurial lover, Nathan, a union unsettled by Nathan’s violent behavior and Sophie’s disturbing recollections of her wartime experience. Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline and Peter MacNicol star in this classic.
Friday, February 23: 2:30-5:00pm, Cedar Theatre
Don’t miss this opportunity to spend time with friends and neighbors while enjoying some treats! Come and unwind in the company of old friends and new! This is a great way to meet people in the community! Join in the fun!! Enjoy your friends and neighbors and socializing time!
Friday, February 23: 4:00-5:00pm, Event Center
Littleton Symphony presents “From the Movies”
Don’t miss this entertaining, talented group of local musicians as they present CU professor Charles Wetherbee. There will be music from The Red Violin, Schindler’s List, Excalibur and other soundtrack classics by John Williams. $19 will be charged to your account for your ticket. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $19. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Friday, February 23: 6:30-10:15pm
Brunch at Pappadeaux
Join us for a brunch at a favorite restaurant in the Denver Tech Center. This wonderful restaurant, known for its outstanding seafood, offers a large buffet-style brunch with everything from shrimp cocktail, to an omelet bar to a beautiful salad station and scrumptious desserts! Brunch is on your own at $ 34.95 (not including drink, tax or tip). If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2-van event.
Sunday, February 25: 10:30am-1:30pm
Breakfast for all at The Original Pancake House
Yum, Yum!!! This is a wonderful restaurant started in Oregon. The menu includes numerous special pancake recipes including buckwheat, tropical, coconut, pecan and much more! Omelets, egg scramble skillets and other breakfast favorites are also included on the menu! Please look at the menu in your building’s book for selections. Breakfast is on your own. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Monday, February 26: 8:30-11:30am
Trip to Kohl’s
Find your coupon and let’s get to Kohl’s! You will find anything from jewelry to kitchen doo-dads, to men’s clothing, to women’s accessories and much more! There is no doubt you can find something for everyone on your list! If you cancel within 24 hours, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2-van event.
Monday, February 26: 1:00-3:30pm
Lamont Jazz Orchestra
Join us for this exciting concert with great contemporary jazz, standards and swing tunes. Always a pleasure to see these young musicians honing their craft and carrying on the jazz tradition! This concert is FREE! If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Monday, February 26: 6:30-10:00pm
Talk your friends into going to the movies! We will go to an area theatre where you will be able to choose from a couple of current movies. This is a nice chance to spend time with your friends and become acquainted with popular culture through movies! Movie and refreshments are on your own. Risa will determine what movie(s) will be seen no sooner than the Monday prior to Movie Out. Most likely, the 12:30pm time noted below will change. You may choose to go or not, based on whether you’d like to see the movie(s) being offered. You will not be charged a cancellation fee if you decide not to go. If you don’t hear from Risa or the Concierge by Monday afternoon, please call the office, 303-933-3449.
Tuesday, February 27: 12:30-4:30pm
“The Shop Around the Corner”
In Ernst Lubitsch’s charming, Budapest-set romance, Klara (Margaret Sullivan) and Alfred (Jimmy Stewart) fall in love, even though they have only met before as pen pals and don’t even know each other’s names. Over Alfred’s objections, Klara is hired in the shop where he works. But as they continue their loving correspondence they embark on a combative working relationship.
Tuesday, February 27: 2:30-4:15pm, Cedar Theatre
Volunteer at Denver Rescue Mission
Thank you to all who attended the volunteer meeting! There were 35 who were interested in some sort of volunteerism! In February we will have 2 separate groups going to the Denver Rescue Mission. We will need 10 for Dinner Prep from 2:15-5:00pm. After, another group will go and serve meals from 4:00-8:00pm. Please only sign up if you are planning on attending and can handle standing and moving around for 3 plus hours. There will not be places to sit and rest, it will be constant motion. RSVP in your building’s book to volunteer EITHER as food prep OR as server. No one will be doing both. Again, thank you for your interest and if you can’t do this project, there are tons more on the horizon!
Wednesday, February 28: 2:00-5:00pm
Wednesday, February 28: 4:00-8:00pm
“La Boheme” at Highlands Ranch AMC
Don’t miss this Live from the MET Encore performance of Puccini’s La Boheme! The world’s most popular opera returns in Franco Zefferelli’s classic production starring a cast of young stars including Sonya Yoncheva as the fragile Mimi and Michael Fabiano as the poet Rodolfo. There must be at least 8 to go on this event. $22 will be charged to your account for this ticket. If you cancel and we cannot find a replacement, you will be responsible for $22. If you cancel within 24 hours of the event, you will also be responsible for a $5 cancellation fee; $10 if it is a 2 van event.
Wednesday, February 28: 5:45-10:30pm
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Touring Hours 10am to 3pm
Please contact our office to schedule your tour.