1:00 – 2:00pm
First Unitarian Church, 1400 Lafayette Street, Denver
Please feel free to join us for a pot luck lunch at 11:30a before the presentation. Please bring a dish to share!
Wednesday, August 26: Hospice Volunteering
Passing from this life should be both dignified and comfortable. Patti Anderson, Volunteer Coordinator from Suncrest Hospice, will discuss how to be an essential member of this process through volunteerism. A volunteer supports a person’s dignified end of life in many different ways, including companionship, massage, pet therapy, haircutting, music therapy and more.
Presented by Patti Anderson, Volunteer Coordinator
Wednesday, September 30: Staying Safe
Join us for a conversation about internet and phone safety, personal safety and crime prevention. Plus: How to bounce back if you feel you’ve been a victim.
Presented by The Denver Center for Crime Victims & AARP Foundation Elder Watch
Wednesday, October 28: Author, Connie Shoemaker
Denver area author, Connie Shoemaker, will lead us in an interactive discussion about healing through journaling, self-publication, and mother/child relationships. Connie has focused much of her life on building bridges between generations and cultures. She encourages life story-telling in presentations and workshops, including facilitation of classes on Telling and Writing Your Life Stories for the Osher Life Long Learning Institute (OLLI). As co-founder and Director Emerita of Spring International Language Center, she continues her involvement with students from around the world. Connie lives in Littleton, Colorado with her husband and has 3 children and 6 grandchildren. Her new book is The Good Daughter: Secrets, Life Stories, and Healing, available through Amazon, Tattered Cover, and other selected book stores.
Thursday, September 10 | 1:00 – 2:00pm
William Tell Apartments, 1599 Williams Street, Denver
Never again want to pay for toothpaste, soap or shaving cream? You don’t have to. Laura shares tips on how to stretch your dollar using coupons and other tricks. She talks about ways to save big on groceries and toiletries (wait until you see hers coupon system). Where do you find coupons? What does “stacking,” “catalina” and “BOGO” mean? Where are the best places in town to find a deal (and which do you want to avoid)? And where inside those stores do they hide the steals? Who doubles coupons all the time? What are the rules of couponing and how can you prevent being fooled into buying a more expensive item? In this fast-moving, fun workshop, you’ll learn how to play the grocery game step-by-step and increase your buying power by 30% or more. Laura loves answering questions, so come ready to fire away.