Resources

Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday Closed

Masks are required per Public Health Order 2021-08 to enter the Senior Center.
Senior Center Hours

(303) 651-8411

Welcome to Friends of the Longmont Senior Center

Partnering with the City of Longmont

The Friends of the Longmont Senior Center, Inc. mission was formed to foster interest in and promote the activities of the Longmont Senior Center, to raise, receive or otherwise acquire revenues and gifts which are to be used in a manner which will facilitate the activities of the Longmont Senior Center, and to function in such other capacities as may be permitted by law.

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Senior Center Programs & Activities


Get Acquainted with others at the Senior Center. Ask about the every other month gathering.

Call the Senior Center Front Desk at (303) 651-8411 to register and for more information on all of the activities.

Drop In programs

Bridge, billiards, quilting, mahjongg, shuffleboard, knitting and table tennis to name a very few. The programs do not require pre-registration and are free to very, very low cost donation.

Life Long Learning

Classes in the Humanities, Arts, History, and more are taught by engaged and skilled teachers and require pre-registration.

Computers and Technology

This award winning peer-to-peer teaching model program offers lectures, workshops, and numerous one-on-one assistance sessions each quarter and regular drop in lab opportunities.

Exercise and Wellness

A variety of exercise programs (up to 15 different types of class each quarter) are offered. Several Silver Sneakers© and RenewActive™ classes are also offered. If cost is a concern, you can use the Friends sponsored scholarship to get involved.

Special Events

These activities change each quarter and include film series, concerts, lectures, celebrations and more. Some are free and others have a small fee.

Trips

A great way to get to out and about from a simple lunch out in a nearby town to a featured show at the Temple Buell Theatre. Education, history, dinner theaters, concerts, gambling, Stock Show, horse racing, and many more opportunities provide destinations that are fun, engaging, easy to get to (let us do the ticketing and driving).

Resources


Senior Resource Specialists

Veronica Garcia, Amy Payan and Melissa Losino

Senior Services Resource Assistance Staff are available to assist older adults and family members in locating and accessing resources and services. Housing assistance, health care, form completion, and access to many other supports are offered.

VERONICA GARCIA (se habla español)
303-651-8716
veronica.garcia@longmontcolorado.gov

AMY PAYAN
303-774-4372
amy.loberg@longmontcolorado.gov

MELISSA LOSINO
303-651-8654
melissa.losino@longmontcolorado.gov

Seniors Counselor and Resource Education Coordinator

Brandy Queen

Individual and Family Counseling – Up to eight, free, confidential, brief therapy sessions are available for older adults 55+ seeking emotional support regarding such things as life transitions, relationships, grief, caregiving, etc. Family members or friends caring for an older adult may also utilize this service as goals relate to the caregiving experience.

Brandy Queen, a licensed professional counselor, is available for one-on-one, couples, and family counseling. She also facilitates and coordinates several support groups, supervises the Senior to Senior Peer Counseling program, and meets with family members for caregiver consultations.

BRANDY QUEEN, LPC
303-651-8414
brandy.queen@longmontcolorado.gov