Slate Fall 2012/Winter 2013 - Apex Park and Recreation District

Slate Fall 2012/Winter 2013 - Apex Park and Recreation District

Slate • Sep. 2012-Mar. 2013 Special Events

Get Active – Stay Active!

Apex Park and Recreation District provides activities

that enhance physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

When you’re managing work, parenting, grandparenting,

housekeeping, or juggling life’s multiple

responsibilities, we provide leisure pursuits to add

meaning and value to your world.

Why register early?

Secure a space in activities that fill quickly. Let us

know your interest—and maybe prevent the class from

being cancelled due to low numbers. Don’t wait and

be disappointed!

Sweater Suggested

It is hard to keep the temperature at a level pleasing to

all. If you tend to get chilled, bring your sweater.

Special Events

Newcomer’s Welcome Reception

Get to know us better, whether you’re new to the

Community Recreation Center or a “regular” looking

for new activities. Enjoy a continental breakfast and

discover our growing array of classes, trips, clubs,

volunteering and how to be part of it all. The event is

free; please sign up in advance at the front desk. You

are welcome to bring friends.

125995-01 9:30-11:30 am Wed. Sep. 5

125995-02 9:30-11:30 am Wed. Nov. 7

125995-03 9:30-11:30 am Wed. Jan. 2

125995-04 9:30-11:30 am Wed. Mar. 6

Volunteer Opportunities

Sign up for the Volunteer Opportunities informational

meeting and learn how you can become a valuable

team member of the Community Recreation Center.

125996-01 10-11:30 am Wed. Sep. 19

125996-02 10-11:30 am Wed. Nov. 21

125996-03 10-11:30 am Wed. Jan. 16

125996-04 10-11:30 am Wed. Mar. 20

Bunco Bash

Bunco is an easy and fun dice game. Enjoy an afternoon

of playing with friends. Light refreshments and

prizes included. Experienced and new Bunco players

welcome. Register by Tuesday prior.

Fee: $4

126000-01 1-3 pm Thu. Sep. 6

126000-02 1-3 pm Thu. Nov. 8

126000-03 1-3 pm Thu. Jan. 10

Celebrate Octoberfest

Octoberfest originated as the celebration

of the 1810 marriage of Prince Ludwig to

Princess Therese and has evolved into a

celebration of the Bavarian traditions of

dress, music, dance, food and of course

drink! Enjoy hearty Bavarian meal, followed

by dancing and good old fashioned

polka music. Register by Sept. 17.

Location: Wheat Ridge Active Adult Center

Fee: $8

126002-01 12-2 pm Thu. Sep. 20

North Side Story • All Ages

Join local author and historian Phil Goodstein as

we take a look at North Denver. Discover the area’s

beginnings, when William Larimer created Highland

as a separate community from Denver City during the

Pikes Peak gold rush. Learn about the distinguished

manors, churches, schools, long-lived businesses,

Sloan’s Lake and Lakeside Amusement Park. Wally

Ginn, historian of North High, and Carl Cerveny,

owner of the Scotchman Motor Restaurant, have been

invited to share more history. The presentation is

followed by refreshing soda floats. Sponsored by the

Gardens at St. Elizabeth. Register by 9/25.

Fee: $3

126003-01 1-2:30 pm Thu. Sep. 27

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