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What's Happening (Jan 29 - Feb 4)

What's Happening (Jan 29 - Feb 4)

Jan 22 2018

Looking for free, low-cost, and affordable things to do in Centennial, Littleton, Lone Tree and Sheridan? Well, your look is over! Here are just a few of the activities happening in South Suburban this week, January 29 - February 4, 2018.

Featured Activity

Super Sunday Fun Run 5K
Get some exercise in before you settle in for the big game!  Show your team spirit and wear your favorite team jersey or attire for this 5K.  The course is along the Mary Carter Greenway on the Platte River Trail.  Race starts at Reynolds Landing.
Who: Runners of all ages and abilities
When: Sun, Feb 4, 2018, 10 am
Where: Mary Carter Greenway along the Platte River Trail
Price: Early registration $20 for adults, $5 for 14 & younger 

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Mon, Jan 29

Drop-in Hockey Players
Get those practice moves in. Perfect your game. Goals practice free.
Who: Ages 18 and up
When: 11:40 am - 12:45 pm (Mon - Thu; Jan 29 - Feb 1) and 6 - 9:30 am (Fri; Feb 2)
Where: Family Sports Ice Arena
Price: $9.50 District, $10.50 Non-District

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Tue, Jan 30

FREE Coffee and Chats - Home Safety
Join us for various speakers and presentations. Come hear from community organizations at our monthly gathering while enjoying light refreshments and spend time socializing with others.
Who: Ages 18 and up
When: 11:30 - 12:30 pm (Tue; Jan 30 - Dec 31)
Where: Lone Tree Recreation Center
Price: Free

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Wed, Jan 31

Eclipse and Eclaires
Nature is putting on a rare show this year…a total lunar eclipse on a blue supermoon. Watch this giant bloodmoon before work with hot coffee and donuts at South Platte Park! Refreshments included.
Who: All ages
When: 5:30 - 7:30 am (Wed; Jan 31)
Where: South Platte Park
Price: $5 District, $5 Non-District

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Thu, Feb 1

FREE Financial Planning Workshops
Getting ready to retire? Already retired and not sure what to do next? Proper financial planning can potentially mean several thousand dollars in additional benefits over your lifetime. These FREE workshops cover many different topics to help you get the most bang for your buck. This month's topic is Managing Multiple Streams of Income During Retirement- Social Security Pensions Annuities.
Who: Ages 18 and up
When: 2 - 3:30 pm (Thu; Feb 01)
Where: The Lone Tree Hub
Price: Free

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Read and Discuss Hour- Plays and Playwrights
Have a love for plays and playwrights but no one to discuss them with? This group is for you and other adults who would like to enter the world of theatre through the stage door. Read and discuss a variety of plays. 4 sessions.
Who: Ages 18 and up
When: 10 - 11 am (Thu; Feb 01 - 22)
Where: Lone Tree Hub
Price: $20 District, $22 Non-District ($5 D, $5.50 ND per session)

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Fri, Feb 2

 

Friday Nite Xtreme
Join us for fun activities including: Ice skating, laser tag, eXerGame Zone, climbing wall, bumper cars, inflatable obstacle course, and more! Concessions and arcade games extra. Register online or at the door. This is a supervised program. Parents and adult chaperones must sign their children in and out of the program.
Who: Ages 6 - 13
When: 7 - 10 pm (Fri; Feb 02)
Where: Family Sports Center
Price: $19 District, $22 Non-District

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Ballroom Dance Nights
Dance the night away with us at the Buck or Lone Tree Ballroom. Swing, Waltz, Rumba , Cha Cha and Hop to the LIVE rhythms of The Mile High Big Band. Singles always welcome!
Who: Ages 18 and up
When: 7 - 10 pm (Fri; Feb 02)
Where: Buck Recreation Center
Price: $8 District, $10 Non-District

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Sat, Feb 3

Princess Dance Day ages 4-7
In this dance day, students will learn dance moves inspired by their favorite princesses. Participants are invited to dress up, but we ask that all special accessories or attire do not interfere with their ability to dance.
Who: Ages 4 - 7
When: 2 - 3:30 pm (Sat; Feb 03)
Where: Goodson Recreation Center
Price: $20 District, $22 Non-District

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Sun, Feb 4

Pickleball Boot Camp
Join us for this 4-week long session for beginner and intermediate Pickleball players to learn the basics of this badminton/tennis/table tennis-like sport and improve your game. A paddle may be provided upon request (limited supplies). Skill level 1.0 to 2.5.
Who: Ages 18 and up
When: 2 - 4 pm (Sun; Feb 04 - 25)
Where: Buck Recreation Center
Price: $40 District, $48 Non-District ($10 D, $12 ND per session)

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