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    February Is American Heart Month

    Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease. The good news? Heart disease can often be prevented when people make healthy choices and manage their health conditions. Communities, health professionals, and families can work together to …

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    If Caller Asks “Can You Hear Me?,” Just Hang Up

    The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about an old scam with a new twist. The “Can You Hear Me?” scam has long been used to coerce businesses into purchasing office supplies and directory ads they never actually ordered, but now it’s targeting individual consumers, as well. For the last few days of January, more than half …

Boulder County News
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    Longmont Museum Series Pairs Films With Local Food

    Take a journey around the world through food and travel in the Longmont Museum’s Stewart Auditorium this winter. The Museum’s seasonal Views & Brews program is showing a Food and Travel film series with classic movies featuring France, Vienna, Italy, Japan, Cuba and South America. Each film has been carefully paired with local food inspired …

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    Celebrate Colorado’s Unique Western History by Discovering its National Heritage Areas

    Once roamed by mighty dinosaurs, then formed by native people, westward exploration and expansion, Colorado historic sites and heritage landmarks are among the best preserved in the country. Today, Colorado has the distinct honor of being one of only 16 states to celebrate our nation’s diverse heritage with more than one National Heritage Area including: …

Denver Metro News
  • Dial a Book Club: All You Need is a Phone!


    It’s common sense that staying mentally active and connected to others contributes to well-being as we grow older. However, as we age, mobility problems or lack of transportation can become a barrier to social connectedness. Fortunately, Jefferson County Public Library offers an unusual program, Dial a Book Club, joining the intellectual stimulation of reading with …

  • Senior Issues Are For Millennials Too


    By Steve Grund, Colorado Senior Lobby Today’s news about Medicare and Medicaid isn’t just for older adults. If you are young and vibrant, the chances that you will age are pretty good. Pay attention now, because you are inevitably… next. Most of us in Colorado are aware that by 2030, one in four of us …

Larimer County News
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    Ask the Expert: Cataracts With Dr. Mayer

    What is a Cataract? Imagine the eye is a camera: Your natural lens is like the lens inside the camera that can change its focus. As your natural lens ages, it looses it’s clarity and becomes cloudy, which we call a cataract. This change in your lens can cause decreased vision and glare. How do …

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    CSU CPD 10th Anniversary Presents Community Involvement Awards

    Since 2006, Colorado State University’s Center for Public Deliberation (CPD) has successfully assisted hundreds of seniors and other residents in Northern Colorado in over 50 community projects. Programs in Fort Collins and Loveland included senior transportation, affordable housing, summit on aging, senior candidate’s forums, diversity and inclusion, intergenerational UniverCity connections, mental  health, and numerous other …

Weld County News
  • UNC Opera Scenes Production Features Original Works by Student Composers


    University of Northern Colorado senior Ashley Driscoll and master’s student Joseph Scardetta will debut compositions spanning themes of revolution, mental health, man vs. machine and, ultimately, stark humanity in UNC Opera Theatre’s “The Opera Garden: Growing New Opera,” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 25 in Hensel Phelps Theater, UCCC. Driscoll and Scardetta’s compositions …

  • Downtown Greeley’s ‘Blarney on the Block’


    Announcing the Downtown Development Authority’s 6th Annual “Blarney on the Block” St. Patrick’s Day celebration and Parade. The festivities are March 11th beginning at 2 pm on the 9th Street Plaza. The parade starts at 2:30 on 9th Ave. just west of the Tilted Kilt. Entries are welcome for businesses, clubs and organizations. Families and …



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