Activities: Extra fee applies

Dominoes | Mexican Train

Every Tuesday at 1pm to 3:30-4pm (depending on how many people we have)

A fun group that plays Mexican Train. If you have never played, we will teach you.  The game takes about 2 minutes to learn. Dominoes are available at the Senior Center or you may bring your own.  We meet in the hobby room. Come early for a delicious lunch with Chef Sam.

Beginning June 6 we will also be playing at 6pm for the summer.  The 1pm group will continue to meet. Please contact Carol at (847) 903-4521 or skinnyme1025@gmail.com for more information.

Monthly Trips

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

Timberline Toppers Square Dance Club

Select Saturdays, usually at 6PM

A fun activity of moving with a partner, in patterns as directed by the professional “caller”. For those without a partner, the Club welcomes singles and they enjoy dancing with several other singles. Square Dance is good exercise that is mentally challenging without fancy footwork. Most dances are at the Senior & Community Center.

Mainstream and Plus dances 1st and 3rd Saturdays. To view the Timberline Toppers calendar, please visit our website. For more information, contact Dave Bernhard, 703-887-5421 or email ddst44@gmail.com.

Tech Help

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Scam Alert

Scams are recently on the rise.  According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), anyone who demands payments by gift card is always a scammer.  Gift cards should never be used as payments to someone asking for money.  Here is an FTC web link with more information on gift card scams.

Another fraud scheme that’s on the rise is the “imposter” scam.  For more information on various imposter scams, please once again visit this web link on the FTC website.

Summit Annual Rummage Sale

Every August

AUGUST 5 – 12, 2024

The Summit Annual Rummage Sale is sponsored by Summit 50 Plus.

Let’s get ready to RUMMAGE!!

Lots of volunteers are needed for the RUMMAGE SALE.

Help is needed from August 5 – 12.

We are also in need of area co-coordinators. 

Click here for list of items that can be donated, more information on the RUMMAGE SALE, or to volunteer.  Please call Brenda at 815-258-5843 or email BHAlberico@gmail.com for more information.

The proceeds from this sale greatly assist with nonprofits and organizations in Summit County. 

Summit Community Cafe Lunch

Every Tuesday & Thursday, 12:00 PM; reservation required. Meal reservations are required by 9:00 AM the day of the meal.

Meal reservations are required by 9:00 AM the day of the meal. Click on the link below or call the Summit County Community Center Front Desk at (970) 668-2940 to make a reservation. Note that you will NOT receive a call-back to confirm your reservation. Lunches are $8.00, payable by cash or check. Checks should be made payable to SCG. Menus are subject to change.

Menus are determined on a monthly basis

Sign up for an Upcoming Lunch

AARP Safe Driving Class

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 given good reviews and enjoy the session. Call (970) 668-2940 or enroll at the Summit County Community Center.

Mahjong

Every Tuesday & Thursday from 1-4PM

We play American mahjong with tiles and a structured card which changes annually. Not only is it challenging but strategy, skill, downright luck and the ability to change your original plan will help you make a mahjong. Since we all play with the same card, we have winter and summer visitors eager to join the local Summit County residents.  Please come and play with us  in the Hobby Room at the Senior Center.

Loosey Goosey

Thursdays, 3:30-5 :30p.m. | January– March, and 1 Thursday in December

Learn More About Loosey Goosey

Thanks for your interest in the Loosey Goosey Ski Group, our Après Ski potlucks and Summit 50 Plus.

 

Established in 1989, we are a loosely (Loosey Goosey) structured group of fun and active folks 50 years old and over who ski and ride together on specified days at local resorts and enjoy gathering at weekly socials during the season.

 

Our group, with a membership of over 200 local and visiting senior skiers, coordinates popular potluck après ski parties on most Thursdays, from 3:30 to 5:30, December through March at the Summit Community & Senior Center in Frisco. We are now part of the Summit Seniors, a non profit organization, that is the social organization connected to the Center.

 

Our members participate in many local ski day programs including the Meetup 50+ Ski Group at Breckenridge on Tuesdays and at Keystone on Thursdays. When you attend our potluck après ski parties you will always hear about other members joining up to travel to Loveland, A-Basin, Copper, Vail, Beaver Creek, Steamboat, Cooper and other resorts near and far.

 

Our nominal, but critical, annual membership fee this year of $15 helps cover the costs of weekly room rental fees, serving supplies, some beverages, and our annual membership party which is held in January. Members also receive our emailed announcements. All members must also belong to the Summit 50Plus.

 

Below is a link to the Summit 50Plus on-line Membership signup, or to download an application which can be mailed. You can also join at the Summit County Community Center.

 

Online registration: https://summit50plus.org/membership/

 

For the 2023-2024 Après Ski Season, our members bring an appetizer, or beverage(wine/beer/soda) to share and meet at the Summit County Community and Senior Center on Thursday December 14, 2023 from 3:30 to 5:30 and from January 4, 2024 until March 28, 2024 every Thursday from 3:30 to 5:30.

Sign Up for Loosey Goosey Annual Party

Summit 50 Plus Golf Program

May through September

The Summit 50 Plus Golf Program is an excellent way to meet other Summit 50 Plus folks who have the same passion for the sport. The golf courses in the area are beautiful, challenging and provide opportunities for players of all skill levels. Golf courses in the program include the Keystone River and Ranch courses as well as the Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks.  Golf discounts are given for the Raven and Keystone courses. These include: green fees, merchandise and lesson discounts.

Three programs exist for the 50 Plus golfer:

  1. The golf program coordinator has arranged discounted green fees at each of the courses identified above for Summit 50 Plus members. To participate in this program, folks must be up to date on Summit 50 Plus membership dues and have purchased a Summit 50 Plus Golf Card at the Community Center for $5.
  2. Boomers on the Links: The Summit 50 Plus Golf Program promotes and supports a weekly Tuesday clinic at the Keystone River Course. During these outings, participants play nine holes of golf, receive a group lesson and are treated to lunch for a reasonable price. Those interested in this clinic should contact the Keystone Pro Shop at (970) 496-1520 to reserve a spot.
  3. Special golf outings are arranged at courses apart from those mentioned above. These outings give the Summit 50 Plus golfer an opportunity to try courses not played before. The group aims for two special outings in the summer during July and August.

If you would like to help with the Summit 50 Plus Golf Program, please call Tom McCullough at 630-880-8024 or email Tmccull567@aol.com.