Education & Trips

Call (970) 668-2940 for schedule

A fast-paced 4 hour class with updated information and activities complies with insurance discounts in most states. Participants have giving Clint Condict good reviews and enjoy the sessions. Hosted by Summit County Community Center in Frisco. Call (970) 668-2940 or enroll in the activity book at the Senior Center.

Call (970) 668-2940 for schedule

A series of informative lectures from local professionals on maintaining health into your golden years.

By appointment

Opportunity to discuss resources in the community and assist with finding services. Please call (970) 668-2943 for an appointment.

Tech Help is currently paused. IF you would like to take this volunteer opportunity over contact the 50+ center.

By appointment

Trained volunteers are available once a month to assist in answering your questions about Medicare. Vintage is the lead on this program. Please reach out to Jonnah at jglassman@nwccog.org for more information. To sign up for an appointment at the SCCSC, please use the link below or call the front desk at (970) 668-2940.

The Monthly Trips group will meet once per year to create a schedule consisting of one trip per month. Depending on the number of committee members, each person will serve as lead for specific trips. The trips are usually for a day. Examples include:

  • Summer sculpture/art exhibit in Loveland
  • Denver Art Museum
  • Silver Plume Melodrama
  • Specific theater/music events
  • Crane Migration in Montrose (2-day event)

Participants usually meet at the SCCSC to carpool.  Anyone wishing to join this committee should contact Mickie Parsons

Tech help is currently paused. Please check back for further updates.

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