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EVENTS / HISTORICAL CAFE / CONCERT 50 PLUS Events All American Picnic The Senior Center and the Breakfast Optimists Club are again partners in this event to raise money for the Senior Center Expansion. Compete in the apple pie contest, dance to the nine piece Colorado Swing Big Band and eat your fill of picnic food including Stan’s famous apple pie a la mode. Note: Tickets available at the Senior Center or from the Optimist Club. Doors open at 5:00 PM. 7/3 W 6:00-9:00 PM $15 adults Ages 8-16: $8 7 & under free Picnic in the Park Get away from the daily routine and invite the older people in your lives to join you at City Park for an old fashioned picnic. There will be trolley rides, singing with “The Blend Women’s Barbershop Quartet”, Bingo playing, and lots of picnic food. Suggested donation is only $3.00. Location: City Park, Shelters 1-5 8/21 W 11:00 AM-2:00 PM $3 Suggested Donation Cemetery Stroll The City of Fort Collins is celebrating its 140 Anniversary and so this year Cemetery Stroll is honoring the people of 1873. Meet them conducting their everyday lives as a banker, judge, school teacher and merchant. This will be a fascinating look at how Fort Collins first became a town. Age: All Location: Grandview Cemetery 9/21 Sa 10:00 AM & 1:30 PM $6 Historical Cafe LA Homicide Detective Born in 1925 the son of an Oklahoma share cropper, William “Bill” Gillespee, became one of the most influential homicide detectives in LA County during some of the most challenging and frustrating years in it’s history. He will share his experiences investigating homicides and his ultimate goal of protecting lives. Note: Lunch will be served, and special dietary needs accommodated upon request. 6/19 W 11:30 AM-1:30 PM $20 312440-01 Members: $16 Picnic In the Park: Enjoy the park on this special day with friends and family. Catherine’s Manifesto Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of Catherine’s Manifesto of the Migration of Germans into the Russian Empire and ultimate immigration of those Germans to North America. The US benefited from their rich cultural and agricultural heritage. Learn how Catherine’s Manifesto influenced the settlement of the American West. Note: A German lunch will follow, special dietary needs will be accommodated upon request. 7/10 W 11:30 AM-1:30 PM $20 312441-01 Members: $16 Fade to Black This unique mobile display gives a view of days and customs gone by. The presentation by Ingrid McDonald covers topics of mourning and funeral customs including death masks, jewelry, dress and the stages of mourning. The objects she brings are of museum quality. Note: A typical mourning lunch served, special dietary needs will be accommodated upon request. 8/28 W 11:30 AM-1:30 PM $20 312442-01 Members: $16 Concert Neil Diamond Tribute Concert Aaron Rose and his Forever In Blue Jeans Live Show are coming back to the Senior Center. The Forever In Blue Jeans Show combines the perfect mix of great musicians, warm vocals by Aaron and a repertoire of songs sure to please. Join us under the stars in the back yard of the Senior Center. Note: Doors open at 6 PM. Burgers, hot dogs, chips and ice cream bars will be available for purchase, cash bar. 9/1 Su 7:00-9:00 PM $15/$18 at door SUMMER 2013 | FCGOV.COM/RECREATOR 101 http://www.FCGOV.COM/RECREATOR

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Recreator - Summer 2013
Program Areas
From Recreation Director
Registration Information
Facility Profiles
Calendar of Events
Adaptive Recreation
Alternative Programs
Medium Intensity
Low Intensity
Aqua Fitness
High Intensity
Lifeguard Training
Arts & Crafts
Dance & Movement
Day Camps
Early Learning
Parent with Child
Education & Enrichment
The Farm
Gardens on Spring Creek
Speed Skating
Ice Skating
Youth Hockey
Outdoor Recreation
Youth Team Sports
50 Plus
Clubs & Organizations
Social Opportunities
Trips & Travel
Age Index

Recreator - Summer 2013