Programming that is included with your membership or daily pass:
Coffee Service Provided. Donations accepted.
Mondays and Wednesdays • 9–11:30 a.m.• Lower Lobby
Stretching with Patricia
This class is dedicated time to perform simple various dynamic and static stretches that will improve your flexibility and range of motion. It will also teach you how to properly control stabilizing muscles using proper form and holding the stretch very gently with your own breathing pattern. The benefits include getting your body more supple and energized, as well as preventing injuries and maintaining joint health. Not recommended to those with underlying injuries or joint issues.
Fridays, September 2–30 • 9–10 a.m. • EVCC Lower Fitness
Great Courses™ is a DVD series of college-level video courses produced and distributed by The Teaching Company®. Topics change throughout the year. The Community Center has presented Great Courses™ series on art history, literature, astronomy, history, archaeology, and science. Courses run once a week for an hour and a half for twelve to eighteen weeks. Check in at the Lower Lobby for the current course.
Mondays • 10–11:30 a.m. • Classroom
Supreme Court Discussion Group
The focus of the Supreme Court discussion group is to examine current Supreme Court cases (and the personal dynamics of the Supreme Court as an institution) within the context of the intersection of law, government and American history. Additionally, we will at times discuss current events that have little to do with law simply because they are of interest to all of us. The class is not intended to be a political debate forum. The purpose of discussion is to better understand the historical and political context of current Supreme Court cases and other relevant contemporary issues.
Tuesdays • 10:30 a.m.–12 p.m. • Chiquita
Mah Jongg Community Play
American Mah Jongg is a fun and challenging tile game. Newcomers are welcome, though you will need a bit of experience in playing the game for familiarity with the game card and putting hands together for a Mah Jongg. The game improves social skills, memory, and even math skills!
Tuesdays and Fridays • 12:30–4 p.m. • Gameroom
Wednesday Art Group (formerly Palette Pals)
In 1992, a group of ladies met every Monday morning to paint. The group's meeting locations have included members homes, the Estes Park Baptist Church and the old Senior Center. In 2018, the group moved to the new Community Center. Current members Beverly Wilczek, Esther Greenberg, Gloria Peterson, Susan Robertson, Gail Henrichs and Linda Villanueva invite you to join them! Please bring your own supplies (watercolors, sketch pads, coloring books, etc.) and your creativity!
Wednesdays • 9–11:30 a.m. • Classroom
Do you love bowling but having trouble with balance and holding a heavy ball? You may even be able to pull off a 4,5,7,10 split or consistently bowl in the 200's as have some current participants. Everyone has fun at Wii bowling!
Thursdays • 9:45–10:45 a.m. • Gameroom
Bridge is a fun and challenging card game that is also a great way to exercise your mind. This group is not for beginners, but for intermediate players who want to keep up their bridge skills while having fun!
Wednesdays • 1–4 p.m. • Gameroom
We are an inclusive group of adults who enjoy the game of chess. There are no requirements other than interest in the game. We provide boards and pieces, and sometimes share information regarding games, openings, or other chess related matters. Any adult is welcome to come and play or just observe. We all learn from each other about the game.
Thursdays • 3:30–5 p.m. • Gameroom
Cars & Coffee
The Estes Park Car Club is organizing a very informal get together of car people. It's not a show (no entry fees or judging), but if you have an interesting car, it doesn't have to be old, or fancy, or even complete (domestic or foreign), please bring it so the we can all take a look! We will have a coffee pot going; bring a chair to sit and swap stories!
1st & 3rd Saturdays • 8a.m.–12p.m. • Lower Parking Lot and Patio