There is an ever-aging yet very active population of individuals in Douglas County entering the next chapter of their lives. Whether transitioning to empty nesters, retiring from the corporate world, caring for elderly family members, or just turning the page to see what is to come in their life’s journey, readers are asking for more information about events, activities and programs geared toward the 50+ age crowd.
The Connection is committed to its readership and has incorporated more of these type stories in its editorial content in “The Next Chapter” section of the paper. We would love to hear your thoughts, ideas and suggestions. Email us at email@example.com.
Monthly Speaker Luncheons
Lone Tree Golf Club
9808 Sunningdale Boulevard
Reservations required with fee
Southeast Rail Extension Project – everything you’ve always wanted to know, and more!
A representative from Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Inc. (the contractor on this project) reveals details and answers your questions about the project – route, timing, cost, impact on traffic and more.
Come meet Pam Schenck-Kelly, general manager of Park Meadows Retail Resort
Pam will be updating participants on what they can expect to see at the Park Meadows Retail Resort in the coming months.
Valentines at the Mansion
Guests can enjoy music, dancing, complimentary coffee, tea, sweet treats and tours of the historic home.
Highlands Ranch Mansion
9950 E. Gateway Drive
February 27 and March 27
Coffee & Chat – presentation, light refreshments and a chance to socialize.
February – Love Your Brain
March – Travel Stories
Lone Tree Recreation Center
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
February 21 and March 21
Cookies and Company
Enjoy a casual afternoon to enjoy conversation, work on puzzles, enjoy assorted games and the hottest trend coloring books for adults. Coffee and cookies will be available.
The Lone Tree HUB
8827 Lone Tree Parkway
2 p.m. – 4 p.m.