The largest craft event in Douglas County, the one to usher in the holiday season, is also our biggest event of the year. Our 24th annual Craft Show - with 150+ vendors and so much more - is on Saturday, November 5th from 9-4 at the Douglas County Events Center. We'll have shuttle buses running between the parking lots and the front door, so look for them and you won't have to walk as much. The event is free to the public - last year more than 4,000 people came - see you there.

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We are SOLD OUT of vendor booths for the Craft Show, as of 5-18-16. If interested in getting on the waitlist for possible cancelations, and to be notified when open registration begins for the 2017 show, please send an email to with your name, phone, email and description of products.

COMMUNITY CORNER is now sold out. This is a room everyone goes through for area non-profits and businesses to gain some visibility. If your nonprofit or business would be interested for next year, please email with your name, organization, phone and email.

WREATH AUCTION: Area businesses and organizations donate decorated wreaths, which are sold at the event at a Wreath Celebration Silent Auction. We invite you to participate:
Link to Wreath Packet and Registration

DONATIONS: We are currently accepting donated handmade items for our large craft booth, items of value for our silent auction, andbooks or other donations for "Grandma's Attic" and the book sale. All items must be brought to the Center no later than Monday, October 24th. Thank you for your donations.

BAKED GOODS: Many folks who come to the show head straight to "Grandma's Kitchen" for baked goods made by all our grandmas!!! if you can bake something, deliver the items to the Events Center on Friday, Nov. 4 between 12-3 OR Sat. Nov 5 before 9:00 AM.

VOLUNTEERS: Hundreds of people are needed to set-up and man the event. See the "wall" of volunteer positions at the Senior Center or call Volunteer Coordinator, Steph Schroeder at 303-688-9498.


Click on the image above for a link to a flyer about the trip


Ongoing Activities

General Activities
Fun and Games
Athletic Interest
Civic Interest


Each month we plan a variety of events outside the Senior Center, providing transportation as part of the Activity Fee.  Check the calendar for current outings, which include restaurants around the Denver metro area for both lunches and dinners, trips to interesting museums and tourist sites, theaters, concerts, Mystery Trips which require a spirit of adventure, Bucket List day trips which are things people have always wanted to see or do, Casino day trips, and even overnight adventures.

General Interest Activities

Hot served lunch - Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 11:30am by the VOA (Volunteers of America).  No need to sign up in advance.  Only a $2.50 donation. Menu listed on calendar each month

Lunch and Learn - 1 Wednesday a month at 11:30 enjoy a healthy meal and a wellness presentation of interest to Seniors.  You need to sign up in advance.

Senior Art Classes - 1st and 3rd Thursdays afternoons a month, at 2:00 pm, participants do a drawing/painting project where Blair Bennink teaches you step-by-step.  No experience needed.  Sign up in advance.

Potlucks and other luncheons - Check the calendar for the days for these and come join others for a wonderful meal.  You will bring a food item based ont he first letter of your last name. You need to sign up in advance.

Legal Presentations - Jaime Stewart, of Gubbels Law Firm in Castle Rock, gives a presentation of senior interest, mainly in estate planning issues, each month, free of charge.

Coffee and Conversation —Every day from 8:30-4:00 we have complimentary fresh coffee and pastries, along with great people to have conversation with. Please come up and start your day with us or spend a little time making new friends!

Financial Services Have questions regarding your finances? Our advisor will be glad to assist you on most Friday mornings at 9:00am. There is no charge and it can be really helpful!

We also offer movies, craft classes, special presentations and other activities as noted on the monthly calendar.



Mah Jong — Monday Afternoons. Contact: Vivien Semryck 303-955-0927

Monday Morning Bridge --- Contact: Louisa Allen 720-733-9690

Duplicate Bridge —Contact: Steve Wheeler 303-660-4047

Marathon Bridge —Contact: Teri McLane 303-349-1323

Polish Poker -- 2nd Wednesday of the month. Play for fun and maybe a few pennies!

Bunco -- 3rd Wednesday of the month. Sign up in advance as tables are limited. Contact: Arlene Gardow 941-412-8053

Hand and Foot - Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Contact: Maggie Janick 303-590-4595

Trivial Pursuit - Thursdays afternoons at 1:00 PM except for the 4th Thursday which is at 2:00 PM after Active Minds. Contact: Bob Rossi 303-325-5489

Table Games —Please come and join our gamers - Mexican Train, poker and more!

Bingo --- 1st and 4th Tuesday at 1:00 pm



Check Calendars for dates and times!

Tennis --- Contact: Mike and Betty Nichols 303-660-0578

Softball --- Contact: Wes Johnson 303-688-3056 or Preston Shepherd 303-284-4274

Golf --- Contact: Don Marshall 720-273-3482 or Jim Weglarz 303-688-3280/303-507-1429

Hiking --- Contact: Phyllis Tumey 303-688-5610

Pickleball --- Contact: Connie Johnson 816-630-4419

Bowling - Kay Wolfe 512-970-6085



(no need to sign up in advance for any of these)

Knitting and Crocheting - Wed at 1:00 - Sharon Bruen 720-261-6759 or Christie Einspahr 303-766-9211

Crafts and Quilting - Contact: Shirley Bird 303-663-9504 or Maggie Janick 303-590-4595

Creative Writing - 2nd Tuesday at 1:30 PM- Contact: Alice Aldridge-Dennis 303-660-1865

Current Events - every Friday at 10:00 am - Contact: Bob Rossi 303-325-5489

Remembering our Veterans - 1st Friday at 1:00 PM - Contact: Larry Adams 303-660-1857

Garden Club - Contact: Sharon Decker 303-916-0588

Book Club - Contact: Helen Massey 303-663-6037 Pam Passant 303-489-1692



Transportation services

One-on-one individualized computer assistance


Chair Massage

Hearing Clinics

Foot Care Clinics

Volunteers of America and Meals on Wheels --- Contact: Steph Schroeder 303-688-9498


Check Calendars for dates and times!

Civitan --- Contact: Bernie Funk 303-663-1721

AARP --- Contact: Sue Boulanger 303-470-0590


Call the Senior Center at 303-688-9498 to sign up so we know how many seats to set up.