Senior Events in Boulder County

Senior Centers and Events

Boulder County Parks & Open Space Senior Hikes Last Thursdays: On the last Thursday of each month, seniors get their own hikes sponsored by Boulder County Parks and Open Space. The hikes run from 10am-noon, and include information on the area’s history, wildlife and resource management. Call 303-678-6214 or check the calendar at Dec. 29: Rabbit Mountain Open Space Circle of Care Circle of Care is an enrichment program that provides seniors with free transportation, companions, and tickets to community arts and cultural events. 303-449-8884;; office@circleofcare Mountain MidLife Club See listing under Just for Fun. Senior Centers Senior centers offer older residents a place to meet other seniors and stay connected to the community with activities like day trips, classes, entertainment, support groups, fitness options, health screenings and meals. Check each center’s website for details and a complete schedule. Boulder: West Boulder Senior Center, 909 Arapahoe Ave., 303-441-3148. East Boulder Senior Center, 5660 Sioux Drive, 303-441-4150. Lafayette: 103 S. Iowa Ave. 303-665-9052; Longmont: 910 Longs Peak Ave. 303-651-8411; Louisville: 900 W. Via Appia. 303-666-7400; Lyons: Lyons Golden Gang, 335 Railroad Ave., Bldg. B, Lyons. 303-823-6771; Nederland: Various locations. 303-258-0799; Seniors Helping Seniors Seniors in northern Longmont and Weld County can get the nonmedical in-home care services they need, provided by other seniors. Visit for more information. Via Mobility Services VIA is a “mobility manager” offering transportation for older or disabled travelers, travel training, information on mobility options, referrals and a range of other community resources.  
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