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Active Adults Trips
Active Adult Trip & Activity Policies
  • Pre-registration is required for all classes and trips.
  • Payment is due at the time of registration.
  • All classes and trips are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time.
  • All arrival times on trips are approximate. We will make every effort to depart and arrive in a timely manner.
  • No smoking on vans or buses.
  • We encourage you to utilize the waitlist process whenever possible. Individuals on the waitlist will be contacted if spots become available and given first priority to added classes or trips.
  • An exertion chart has been established based on the physical intensity of the trip. Exertion numbers are listed next to each trip.
  • Registrations must be completed by the participating member. Trips are not transferrable.
  • Door-to-door transportation is available to those who cannot drive themselves. Space is limited so please make your transportation arrangements at the time of registration or a minimum of three days prior to the class or trip. Contact the senior office for transportation availability at 303.464.5526. Door-to-door transportation is available to Broomfield residents only for an additional fee of $2.50 each way.
 
Refund Policy on Trips and Activities
  • If the class or trip is cancelled by the Recreation Department, a full credit will be automatically applied to your account. If you would prefer a full refund please indicate your wishes when you are contacted regarding the cancellation.
  • Administrative fees of $10 will be assessed on any cancellation initiated by the participant before the deadline date.
  • Cancellations initiated after the deadline will not receive a refund, unless the space can be filled with another participant.

Special Accommodations
For Accommodations, please contact Jenifer at 303.464.5536

  • Individuals who need an assistant (i.e. someone to push the wheelchair) must provide one at the time of registration to ensure trip availability. Trip fees will apply to the assistant as well.
  • Requests for Easy Ride Transportation must be made at the time of registration or a minimum of three days prior to the class or trip.
  • For individuals using motorized mobility devices, such as scooters, please note the vehicle lift capacity is 800 pounds. We are aware that the weight of mobility devices can vary, so please be familiar with the weight of your mobility device when registering for trips that require transportation. Should the combined weight of the participant and mobility device exceed 800 pounds, transportation can still be provided if the participant is able to independently transfer from the mobility device to a wheelchair. The mobility device will be loaded onto the vehicle first and then the participant.
  • For information and questions on any special accommodations, please contact Jenifer Chrisman at 303.464.5536.

Exertion Levels
This is a generalization for the trip.
Trip Exertion Scale:
1: easy, mostly sitting
2: easy, mostly sitting, with some walking
3: moderate, some walking, possible stairs
4: moderate to high, lots of walking, outside, stairs, elevation
5: high, long day, lots of walking, stairs, elevation

Active Adult Trips link

Snowshoe at Breckenridge (5)
We will head up to Breckenridge for a day full of snowshoeing. Snowshoe to find the destination Hut, Josie’s Cabin, at the bottom of the Cucumber Gulch Preserve or venture higher up to our Peak 7 destination cabins on our New Nordic World trail system in the White River National Forest. Fee includes transportation, escort, and trail pass. Pack a lunch or enjoy homemade soup at the lodge (price range: $7 - 11.) Snowshoe rentals available on site for $13. Trip deadline date: Monday February 17.
57334      $22/$25      Friday      8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.      February 21

Cheese Importers (2-3)
Cheese Importers is a family-owned business founded in 1976 by Lyman & Linda White. They offer natural, organic and imported cheeses, cured meats, specialty oils, spices, olives, chocolate and other unique specialty foods. “La Fromagerie”, the European Marketplace, open to the public, features the largest walk in refrigerated cheese and cured meat market in Colorado. We will be visiting the new building in Longmont and enjoying lunch there. Fee includes transportation, escort, and tour. Lunch is on your own. Please bring a light jacket as part of the tour is in the cooler. Trip deadline date: Thursday February 20.
57335      $7/$9      Tuesday      9:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.      February 25

The English Tea Cup (1-2)
Head to the English Teacup in Aurora for a traditional afternoon high tea. It has been a fixture in Aurora and surrounding areas for over 35 years providing authentic foods and sweets imported from the UK. A couple of years ago a small tearoom was added at the front of the store to serve tea, lunches, scones with clotted cream and jam at reasonable prices. Fee includes transportation and escort. Tea is on your own (price: $16.50 plus tax and gratuity.) Trip deadline date: Monday February 24.
57336      $7/$9      Friday      12 - 3:30 p.m.      February 28

Balistreri Vineyards (2)
Balistreri Vineyards is a family-owned and operated winery dedicated to making fine-quality wine. John Balistreri combines both traditional wine-making methods and modern technology to produce award winning wines- handcrafted, one barrel at a time, with grapes that are fermented on their own yeast, unaltered by sulfites, unfiltered, unrefined and aged in American oak. We will tour the facility, have a wine tasting, and enjoy lunch afterwards. Fee includes transportation, escort, and tour. Lunch is on your own afterward (price range: $7 - 11.) Trip deadline date: Tuesday February 25. 
57337      $32/$39      Tuesday      10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.      March 4

Murder Mayhem and Madness Tour (5)
Golden, Colorado is known as the home of Coors Brewery and the School of Mines, however, during this haunted history tour hear tales of the wild, wild west that this town once was. Tales include lynchings, shoot outs, murder, and mayhem. See the park named after an innocent man hanged by a mob and the location where Golden’s ‘Night of Terror’ took place. Hear what nefarious activities used to take place on top of Golden’s Castle Rock, what paranormal activity may have forced a building to be shortened by one floor, and much more. Fee includes transportation and tour. Lunch will be at D’Deli before the tour (price range: $6 - 13.) This is a walking tour, we will be walking 1 - 1.5 miles. Trip deadline date: Tuesday February 25. 
57338      $23/$28      Tuesday      11 a.m. - 4 p.m.      March 11

Snowshoe at Eldora (5)
Eldora’s Mountain Resort’s Nordic Center provides a scenic setting for snowshoers of all abilities. Their trails cross beautiful alpine clearings and pass through peaceful forests. After a fun day in the snow and sun you will have lunch at The Lodge at the base of Eldora Mountain. Fee includes trail pass and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Snowshoe rentals are available for $20 on site. Trip deadline date: Monday March 10. 
57339      $17/$20      Friday      8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.      March 14

Fort Collins Museum of Discovery (3-4)
You will find a whole new museum experience when you visit the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. A combination of history, science, and culture; lots of hands-on exhibits and activities; the Archive; beautiful outdoor spaces; fully-equipped classrooms; rooftop observation deck; and the state-of-the-art immersive experience of the digital dome theater. Fee includes transportation, escort, and admission fee. Lunch is on your own after the museum at Stuft: A Burger Bar (price range: $7 - 15.) Trip deadline date: Monday March 17. 
57340      $13/$16      Tuesday      9:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.      March 25

Boulder Dinner Theater “Sisters of Swing” (1 - 2)
They sold over 90 million records, nine of them gold. They had more Top Ten hits than the Beatles or Elvis. And they are still one of the best-selling female vocal groups of all time. Sisters of Swing: The Story of the Andrews Sisters follows sisters LaVerne, Maxene and Patty Andrews from their early days on the road through their rise as recording stars to entertaining American GI’s overseas to dis-assembling over differences. The score intermingles over twenty hit songs like Bei Mir Bist Du Schon, Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree, and Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. This show goes beyond the ordinary to offer a unique perspective into these women as human beings, showing how the events of their lives shaped who they became to the rest of the world.. Fee includes transportation, ticket, dinner and gratuity. Trip deadline date: Thursday February 27.
Code       R/NR Fee   Day              Time               Date
57341      $48/$58      Thursday      5 - 11 p.m.      March 27

Colorado Rockies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (3)
Adults 55 and older can take advantage of a day at Coors Field for some fresh air, and some stellar baseball! Come watch your favorite Rockies take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. All seats are under shelter, and near restrooms and food. Fee includes transportation and tickets to the ball game. Lunch is on your own. Trip deadline date: Monday March 24
Code R/NR Fee Day Time Date

61349 $22/$26 Sunday 1 –6 p.m. April 6

Serendipi-TEA (2)
The Serendipi-TEA Shoppe in Olde Towne Littleton has become a popular escape to the Victorian past for lunch as well as for its superb Afternoon Tea. Afternoon tea, which rivals famous tearooms both here and abroad, begins with a palate cleanser followed by a bottomless pot of tea (or beverage of your choice) and a tier of treats with tea sandwiches, mini desserts, and fruit and cheese. Scones with award winning lemon curd, clotted cream, and strawberry jam make up the finale. Fee includes transportation, tea will be on your own (22.95+ tax and gratuity). Trip deadline date: Tue March 25
Code              R/NR Fee          Day                      Time                           Date

61350             $7/$9                 Tuesday               1:30-5 p.m.                 April 8

Candlelight Dinner Playhouse “Damn Yankees” (2)
Faust, fly balls, and devilishly good fun all meet at the home plate of this eight-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical. A middle-aged baseball fanatic who trades his soul to the Devil for a chance to lead his favorite team in the pennant race against the New York Yankees, only to realize the true worth of the life (and wife) he’s left behind. Filled with hit songs like “Whatever Lola Wants” and “You Gotta Have Heart”, this show is a musical comedy home run! Fee includes transportation, ticket, dinner and gratuity. Trip deadline date: Monday March 24
Code                R/NR Fee                    Day                         Time                          Date

61351               $58/$67                      Thursday                  5–11 p.m.                  April 24

Dancing Pines Distillery (3)
Take a tour of the Dancing Pines Distillery in Loveland. They create top shelf spirits in a manner consistent with the way they enjoy life. Natural, local, high quality ingredients are used to create delightful beverages by hand. As a craft distillery, artisanal small batch distilled spirits is their passion and they produce rums, whiskeys and liqueurs. Enjoy! All guests are required to have a valid ID with proof of age. Fee includes transportation tour and escort. Lunch is on your own before tour at McGraff’s American Grill (Price range $7–15.) Trip deadline date: Monday April 21
Code                   R/NR Fee                            Day                         Time                                     Date

61352                  $11/$13                               Saturday                 10 a.m.–3:30 p.m.                April 26

Colorado Rockies vs. New York Mets (3)
Adults , 55 and older can take advantage of a day at Coors Field for some fresh air, and some stellar baseball! Come watch your favorite Rockies take on the New York Mets. All seats are under shelter, and near restrooms and food. Fee includes transportation and tickets to the ball game. Lunch is on your own. Trip deadline date: Thu April 24
Code             R/NR Fee                 Day                                    Time                                 Date

61353            $22/$26                    Sunday                              1-6 p.m.                            May 4

Arvada Center “The Great Gatsby” (2)
In this 2006 adaptation of one of the greatest American novels, audiences get a glimpse into a defining point in our history. It’s the 1920’s, the age of jazz and women’s independence; when wealth, glamour and decadence ignited public fascination for a fleeting moment in time. Jay Gatsby embraced the era as he set about acquiring all the trappings of a self-made millionaire. His biggest conquest was the young socialite, Daisy. For years, Gatsby is passionate in his pursuit of her love until it all ends tragically in this classic study of American society in the early 20th century. Fee includes transportation, ticket, and escort. Trip deadline date: Tue April 8
Code          R/NR Fee      Day                 Time                    Date

61354        $59/$70         Thursday         6:30–11 p.m.        May 8

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo (4)
The Cheyenne Mountain Zoological Society was founded in 1926 by philanthropist Spencer Penrose to house his growing collection of exotic animals. In 1938, after substantial development, Mr. Penrose incorporated the Zoo as a non-profit public trust for the people of Colorado Springs. This trust was deemed “for the sole purpose of establishing and maintaining a zoological park to provide recreation, education, conservation and scientific facilities in the field of zoology and related subjects, and to preserve the Zoo in perpetuity for the people of the Pikes Peak region.” Today, the Zoo has been successful in transforming a visitor’s experience from a passive viewer to an active participant. Visitors are submerged into culture and habitat, inspiring a new respect for the preservation of wildlife through hands-on education and creating a “never to be forgotten” experience. Fee includes transportation, escort, and admission. Lunch is on your own at the zoo. (Price range $7–15.) Trip deadline date: Wed May 7
Code          R/NR Fee        Day                  Time                           Date

61355        $26/$32            Tuesday           8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.        May 13

Tour of Broomfield (1)
People new to Broomfield or who have lived here for years will enjoy this tour! We will be taking a bus tour around Broomfield, pointing out historical locations, places of interest, and services here in the City and County. Your tour guide will provide you with facts, history, and answer questions you May have about Broomfield and all it has to offer. Fee includes transportation and tour guide. Lunch on your own at a local Broomfield restaurant. Trip deadline date: Monday May 12
Code         R/NR Fee        Day             Time                      Date

61356        $10/$12           Friday         9 a.m.–1 p.m.         May 16

Georgetown Loop (3)
Completed in 1884, the Georgetown Loop Railroad®’s spectacular stretch of three-foot narrow gauge railroad was considered an engineering marvel for its time. In 1973, the Colorado Historical Society began restoring the railroad as part of its 978-acre Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park. It will be a ride to remember. The beauty of the rugged Rocky Mountains surrounds you as the old-time steam locomotive or one of our powerful diesel locomotives winds up the Clear Creek canyon. Pass by remains of gold and silver mines and breathtaking views along the line, in fully enclosed cars. Fee includes transportation, ticket, and boxed lunch on train. Trip deadline date: Tue April 29
Code           R/NR Fee      Day                 Time                            Date

61357         $53/$64          Thursday        10 a.m.–3:30 p.m.        May 29

Colorado Rockies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (3)
Adults 55 and older, can take advantage of a day at Coors Field for some fresh air, and some stellar baseball! Come watch your favorite Rockies take on the LA Dodgers. All seats are under shelter, and near restrooms and food. Fee includes transportation and tickets to the ball game. Lunch is on your own. Trip deadline date: Thu May 29
Code         R/NR Fee     Day               Time              Date

61358        $22/$26        Sunday         1-6 p.m.         June 8

Berry Patch Farm (3-4)
Berry Patch Farms is certified organic by the USDA. Tim and Claudia Ferrell own the farm. They have been in business since 1991, and pick-your-own since 1994. The farm is a working farm and is 40 acres in size. No fees or membership dues are charged. Pick as little or as much as you need; you are charged by the pound or container. With some of the produce, you can decide whether to pick for yourself or to purchase the same item that was picked by them. Fee includes transportation and escort. Trip deadline date: Wed June 4
Code          R/NR Fee      Day               Time                      Date

61359        $7/$9              Tuesday        7:30–10 a.m.         June 10

Boulder Dinner Theater “Shrek” (1–2)
In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre, not a handsome prince, shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’Tuesday shut up, a bad guy with a SHORT temper, and a cookie with an attitude and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand...and his name is Shrek. Full of all-new songs, great dancing and breathtaking scenery, Shrek the Musical is fun for everyone! Fee includes transportation, ticket, dinner and gratuity. Trip deadline date: Monday May 12
Code          R/NR Fee    Day Time Date

61360        $48/$58        Thursday         5–11 p.m.        June 12

Brown Palace Afternoon Tea (1-2)
Take part in a longstanding tradition. Scones, tea pastries and tea sandwiches are artfully prepared by the hotel’s culinary staff each day and Devonshire cream is shipped directly from England. Enjoy the soothing sounds of a harpist or pianist.Fee includes transportation and escort. Tea is on your own. (Price: $32+ tax and gratuity). Trip deadline date: Tue June 10
Code            R/NR Fee      Day               Time                         Date

61361          $7/$9              Tuesday        1–4:30 p.m.              June 24

Denver Botanic Gardens (3-4)
Join us as we tour the Denver Botanic Gardens at York Street which presents a wide range of gardens and collections that illustrate an ever-widening diversity of plants from all corners of the world. Distinctive gardens define and celebrate our Western identity and a unique high altitude climate and geography. Fee includes transportation, escort, and tour. Lunch is on your own afterward at The Offshoots at the Gardens. (Price range $7–10.) Trip deadline date: Friday June 13
Code         R/NR Fee          Day               Time                        Date

61362        $22/$26             Friday            9:15 a.m.–2 p.m.     June 27

BBQ Lunch (3)
Enjoy great conversation, great views and walk around at
Lookout Mountain while staff prepare a delicious BBQ lunch. Fee includes park entrance fee, transportation and lunch. Trip deadline date: Wed June 25
Code              R/NR Fee              Day                    Time                                      Date

61363             $20/$24                 Monday              10:30 a.m.–2 p.m.                 June 30

Vail Valley Music Festival (5) National Repertory Orchestra
This concert is a great way to spend the day. Enjoy the great Philadelphia Orchestra in this family concert! The concert is held in the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheatre. Stop by and enjoy beautiful Vail Village! Fee includes concert and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Trip deadline date: Thu July 10
Code                   R/NR Fee             Day                       Time                                Date

61364                 $15/$18                 Thursday               7 a.m.–4 p.m.                  July 17

Colorado Rockies vs. San Diego Padres(3)
Adults 55 and older can take advantage of a day at Coors Field for some fresh air, and some stellar baseball! Come watch your favorite Rockies take on the San Diego Padres. All seats are under shelter, and near restrooms and food. Fee includes transportation and tickets to the ball game. Lunch is on your own. Trip deadline date: Friday June 27
Code                 R/NR Fee                 Day                                       Time                           Date

61365               $22/$26                    Wednesday                           12–5 p.m.                    July 9

Dinosaur Ridge Tour (4-5)
This area has been used by several generations of earth science teachers as an outdoor geology laboratory for students of all ages, and it has received several distinctive honors. Together we will tour the area. Please be prepared for walking and possible stairs and uneven ground surfaces. Every year Dinosaur Ridge and Triceratops Trail are destinations for close to 100,000 dinosaur enthusiasts, earth scientists, students of all ages, and nature
lovers. Fee includes transportation and tour. Please pack a sack lunch, we will be eating after the tour on the grounds. Trip deadline date: Thu July 3
Code                   R/NR Fee                          Day               Time                                                 Date

61366                  $10/$12                             Friday            8:30 a.m.–2 p.m.                              July 11

Cheyenne Frontier Days (4–5)
“Daddy of ‘em All”. You will have the morning to explore the Indian Village, Carnival Midway, Chuckwagon Cookoff, Wild Horse Gulch and end the day with the PRCA Rodeo. Fee includes entrance to Frontier Days, rodeo and transportation. Food is on your own. Trip deadline date: Friday May 30
Code            R/NR Fee              Day                 Time                                   Date

61367          $34/$38                 Tuesday           8 a.m.–7 p.m.                     July 22

Arapahoe Park Horse Racing (2-3)
We will be spending the afternoon at the race track, come prepared to place some bets! Mile High Racing and Entertainment is a full service racing and events company headquartered in Aurora, CO. Mile High Racing and Entertainment’s services include bringing the best in world class horse racing to patrons in Colorado and all over the nation. Each facility is well equipped with mutuel windows and self-service touch totes. Fee includes transportation, and reserved seating, and boxed lunches. Trip deadline date: Monday June 23
Code             R/NR Fee              Day                          Time                                          Date

61368           $34/$40                  Saturday                  11 a.m.–5 p.m.                          July 26

Longhopes Donkey Shelter (3-4)
The Longhopes Donkey Shelter was incorporated January 2000 but began in 1998 when founder, Kathy Dean, looked for her own donkeys. She knew there were unwanted donkeys needing homes but she was unable to find them, because they were usually sold for slaughter. Wanting to offer an alternative, Kathy learned that rescuing donkeys was impossible without a facility where the donkeys could be rehabilitated and trained until a new owner was found. In August 1999 Kathy and her husband Alan Miller bought 20 acres in Bennett and created an equine shelter to serve donkeys in the Rocky Mountains. Join us as we tour the facility. Fee includes transportation and tour. Please bring a sack lunch to enjoy at the Longhopes Donkey Shelter. Trip deadline date: Monday August 4.
Code          R/NR Fee       Day                    Time                       Date

61369        $16/$19           Saturday            9 a.m.–2 p.m.          August 9

BBQ Breakfast (3)
Enjoy great conversation, great views and walk around at Corwina Park while staff prepare a delicious campfire breakfast for you. Fee includes park entrance fee, transportation and breakfast.  Trip deadline date: Wednesday, August 20.
Code            R/NR Fee             Day                   Time                                          Date

61370           $20/$24                Monday             7:30 a.m.–12 p.m.                     August 25

Tea at Oak and Berries (1-2)
Come enjoy afternoon tea hosted by the Oak and Berries Tea Room at the Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys. Serving traditional English tea…along with your pot of perfectly brewed tea, enjoy tea sandwiches, light as air scones, and decadent pastries and cookies. Every sip stirs the imagination. Fee includes transportation and escort. Tea is on your own. (Price: $20 (cash or check only)+ tax and gratuity.) Trip deadline date: Wed August 13
Code           R/NR Fee                  Day                Time                        Date

61371          $7/$9                        Thursday        1-4:30 p.m.              August 28

Strolls (3-4)
Strolls are designed to give you an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, take a leisurely walk, and take in some sights. Strolls vary in length, so wear sturdy walking shoes; dress in layers; bring a jacket and water bottle.

Evergreen Lake (3)
Evergreen Lake Trail is a 1.3 mile loop in the quaint mountain town of Evergreen, Colorado. From the Evergreen Lake house, the trail winds along a boardwalk, through a wetlands area, then towards town. Along the backside of Evergreen Lake stands the old Warming House, operated by the Evergreen Audubon Society. Fee includes transportation. Lunch will be afterwards at Keys on the Green. (Price range: $8–10). Trip deadline date: Thu April 24
 Code                R/NR Fee      Day               Time                           Date

61387                $11/$13         Tuesday       10am–2:30 p.m.         April 29

Roxborough Park–Fountain Valley Trail (4)
The Fountain Valley Trail winds through the Fountain and Lyons rock formations with a moderate change in elevation. This self-guided hike takes you through some of the most magnificent land in the park. The trail winds through several different habitats for plants and animals, including mule deer, fox and a variety of birds. You May see a golden eagle soaring over the hogback hunting small mammals, snakes or birds. Hike is 2.3 miles round trip. Fee includes transportation. Bring a sack lunch. Trip deadline date: Thu May 22
Code              R/NR Fee                      Day                          Time                                       Date

61388             $11/$13                        Tuesday                    9 a.m.–2 p.m.                         May 27

Garden of the Gods (3)
Explore Colorado Springs’ paradise in one magical stop. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark. Imagine dramatic views, 300-ft towering sandstone rock formations against a backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies. This world class Visitor & Nature Center is the most visited attraction in the region with a new, exciting, 14-minute, HD show: “How Did Those Red Rocks Get There?”. Hike is 1.5 miles round trip. Fee includes transportation, lunch is on your own at the Café at the Garden. (Price range: $4–8). Trip deadline date: Thu June 26
Code               R/NR Fee                 Day                     Time                                        Date

61389              $22/$26                   Tuesday               8 a.m.–3:30 p.m.                     July 1

Sloan’s Lake (4)
The paved path is about 2.6 miles with 100 feet of elevation gain. It circles the lake, often just two or three steps from the water. And if you like views, you’ll have downtown skyline views to the east and mountain views to the west. Sloan’s Lake is named for Thomas Sloan who filed papers to homestead what is now the southwest corner of Sloan’s Lake Park in the 1860’s, according to the City of Denver. There’s no official word on how the lake was formed, but legend says Sloan was planting potatoes or digging a well over an aquifier or high water table and shortly thereafter, there was a lake. Fee includes transportation and escort. Lunch is on your own at Sloan’s Bar and Grill. (Price range: $6–12). Trip deadline date: Thu July 24
Code              R/NR Fee                Day                          Time                                  Date

61390             $11/$13                  Tuesday                   10 a.m.–2 p.m.                   July 29

Elk Meadow Park (3)
Elk Meadow Park has just over 13 miles of hiking trails near Denver that wind through it’s lower meadows, through ponderosa forest, and two more strenuous options that lead to the summit of Bergen Peak. We will take our stroll on a 2.6 mile loop that begins at the south parking area. After our stroll, we will head to Tuscany Tavern. Fee includes transportation. Lunch is on your own. (Price range: $8–16.)  Trip deadline date: Thu July 31
Code                 R/NR Fee      Day                    Time                                  Date

61391                $11/$13        Tuesday             10 a.m.–2 p.m.                   August 5

Breakfast Club (1) link
The first Friday of each month, we will travel to a new restaurant to experience some great breakfast food and fellowship. Fee includes transportation only. The meal is on your own. Prices do not include tax or gratuity.

Wild Eggs (Denver)
At Wild Eggs, the goal is to offer the same level of preparation, presentation and service that guests can expect from an upscale dining experience. The well-trained staff consistently delivers innovative dishes that offer a fresh, contemporary approach to traditional breakfast, brunch and lunch. From the bacon and eggs and fresh squeezed orange juice, to the signature Everything muffin and Sweet Home Apple Bourbon Crepes, each detail of your meal is crafted with care by the experienced chefs. Menu prices range from $5 - 13. Trip deadline date: Friday February 28.
56020      $7/$9      Friday      8:30 - 10:30 a.m.      March 7

Early Bird (Westminster)
Early Bird Restaurant is the result of the dream of a husband and wife chef team, who envisioned a world-class chef-owned and operated food establishment that offers a big city vibe, amenities and sophistication, yet offering small-town comfort, familiarity and friendly service. Chefs Daniel and Kristen Cofrades utilize organic, sustainable ingredients and support local farms and communities to bring a fresh creative breakfast at an attractive price point. Menu prices range from $8–18. Trip deadline date: Tue April 1
Code                 R/NR Fee             Day                     Time                               Date

61392                $7/$9                    Friday                  8:30–10:30 a.m.             April 4

Jelly Cafe (Capitol Hill)
Coffee, bubbly, bloody mary’s, breakfast delights, lunchtime deliciousness and a whole lotta jelly-filled fun (even fresh
donuts). Menu prices range from $7–10. Trip deadline date: Tue April 29
Code         R/NR Fee           Day                       Time                            Date

61393        $7/$9                  Friday                   8:30–10:30 a.m.           May 2

Devil’s Food Bakery and Cookery (Denver)
A ‘60s-era kitchen sink and refrigerator (white, not stainless) flank one side of the deep, narrow dining room, with a wooden armoire on the other. You get the sense that life happens here.
Such a laid-back atmosphere is to be expected at bakeries, which is how Devil’s Food got its start in 1999. It’s also par for the course at breakfast, lunch and brunch spots, which is what Devil’s Food grew into after five years. Menu prices range from $6–16. Trip deadline date: Tue June 3
Code                  R/NR Fee               Day                        Time                                    Date

61394                 $7/$9                      Friday                    8:30–10:30 a.m.                  June 6

Turley’s (Boulder)
The idea for a healthy casual dining concept in Boulder, Colorado was born in 1977 when the Turley family opened a Good Earth franchise on the corner of 18th and Pearl. The concept ‘better for you naturally’ providing healthier style eating, serving foods you’re familiar with. Turley’s takes pride in presenting moderately priced food in an inviting atmosphere, with a focus on customer service and attention to detail. Menu prices range from $5–13. Trip deadline date: Tue July 29
Code           R/NR Fee          Day                       Time                                          Date

61395          $7/$9                 Friday                    8:30–10:30 a.m.                        August 1

Supper Club (1) link
The third Wednesday of each month, we will travel to a fine dining restaurant for food and fellowship. Fee includes transportation only. The meal is on your own. Prices do not include tax or gratuity.

Elway’s (Cherry Creek)
Located in Denver’s distinctive Cherry Creek neighborhood, Elway’s is the ideal setting for any occasion. Enjoy an outstanding meal served with genuine hospitality in an environment that is uniquely Colorado. The menu boasts USDA hand cut prime steaks, fin fish, crustaceans and much more. And, you’ll always find something new at Elway’s. The menu changes to match market availability, ensuring you the finest and freshest dining selections. Menu prices range from $20 - 50. Trip deadline date: Wednesday February 12.
55975      $7/$9      Wednesday      4 - 7:30 p.m.      February 19

Brasserie Ten Ten (Boulder)
Brasserie Ten Ten is one of Boulder’s finest gathering places! Brasserie Ten Ten has been delighting customers with their French inspired cuisine since its opening in July of 2003. Executive Chef, Anthony Hessel, brings his vast experience to this friendly and bustling setting, making it a perfect place to enjoy dinner. Menu prices range from $15 - 30. Trip deadline date: Wednesday March 12.
55976      $7/$9      Wednesday      4:30 - 7:30 p.m.      March 19

Via Toscano (Louisville)
Opened in 1998 by Louisville residents Rob and Krista Castellino, Via Toscano continues both family traditions and the rich Italian heritage of Louisville. So, relax and enjoy this Boulder County original.  Menu prices range from $10-$23.  Trip deadline date:  Wednesday, April 9.
61398        $7/$9       Wednesday          4:30-7:30 p.m.            April 16        

Golden Europe (Arvada)
The Palla family opened the doors of the Golden Europe Restaurant in September of 1995. Emilie, the main cook and also known as “mama” uses her recipes, which have been passed down to her for generations. Svickova, Wiener Schnitzel, Roast Duckling and Liver Dumpling Soup are just few specialties you will find in the extensive menu. Menu prices range from $8–24. Trip deadline date: Wed May 14
Code          R/NR Fee           Day                       Time                                 Date

61399        $7/$9                   Wednesday           4:30–7:30 p.m.                 May 21

Wild Mountain Smokehouse (Nederland)
Wild Mountain Smokehouse & Brewery is family owned and operated housed in an intimate, custom designed structure in the heart of downtown Nederland. Come to enjoy top-quality, house-smoked cuisine. Menu prices range from $8–20. Trip deadline date: Wed June 11
Code          R/NR Fee          Day                    Time                         Date

61400         $7/$9                 Wednesday       4–8 p.m.                   June 18

Buckhorn Exchange (Denver)
Denver’s original steakhouse, The Buckhorn Exchange is located in the city’s oldest neighborhood, just five minutes from downtown Denver. This National Historic Landmark and Western Museum has been serving the finest in Old West fare since 1893. Prime grade beef steaks, buffalo prime rib, elk, salmon, quail, game hen, and succulent baby-back pork ribs are just some of the marvelous offerings on the Buckhorn menu. Exotic appetizers such as alligator tail and buffalo sausage are available, and no dinner is complete without the house specialty, Rocky Mountain Oysters. Menu prices range from $25–56. Trip deadline date: Wed July 9
Code          R/NR Fee      Day                 Time                Date

61401         $7/$9             Wednesday     5–8 p.m.          July 16

Okole Maluna Hawiian (Windsor)
Owners Andrew and Juliet Higa were both born and raised in the beautiful state of Hawaii. A gateway between the East and the West, Hawaii is a melting pot of Asian, Polynesian, American, European and Hispanic flavors. It’s the combination of these flavors that make Hawaiian cuisine so unique and delicious. Menu prices range from $11–30. Trip deadline date: Wednesday, August 13
Code          R/NR Fee               Day                  Time              Date

61402         $7/$9                      Wednesday      4–8 p.m.        August 20

Casino Trips (3) link
Sit back and relax as you are comfortably taken to Black Hawk or Central City. Most casino packages includes transportation, 2 time points, $5 cash back on day of the trip, $5 or $10 off meals, and free drinks while gambling. You must use your player card to earn points. You must be age 21 to enroll for these trips. Trip deadline date: 3 BUSINESS days prior to trip.
56026     $6/$8     Tuesday     9 a.m. - 3 p.m.        February 18          Lady Luck
56027     $6/$8     Tuesday     9 a.m. - 3 p.m.        March 18              Fitzgeralds
61404     $6/$8     Tuesday     9 a.m.–3 p.m.         April 15                 Mardi Gras
6140       $6/$8     Tuesday     9 a.m.–3 p.m.         May 20                 Mardi Gras
61406     $6/$8     Tuesday     9 a.m.–3 p.m.         June 17                 Reserve
61407     $6/$8     Tuesday     9 a.m.–3 p.m.         July 15                  Mardi Gras
61408     $6/$8     Tuesday     9 a.m.–3 p.m.         August 19             Mardi Gras


Extended Trips
For more information on extended trips, please visit the “extended trips” brochure rack in the Broomfield Community Center front lobby or call 303.464.5536.

Peaches and Trains Trip
Beat the heat as we ride the train to Glenwood Hot Springs to soak the night away. Tour Glenwood Cavern, Iron Mountain and Colorado National Monument. Head to Moab and tour Arches National Park. Cruise the Colorado River and tour High Country Peaches and bring back plenty. Trip dates are August 25-28, 2014. The four-day/three-night all inclusive trip includes motor coach transportation, Amtrak, lodging, food, admissions, tours and escort.
Fees
$649 Double
$778 Single

For more information on extended trips, please visit the “extended trips” brochure rack in the Broomfield Community Center front lobby or call 303.464.5536.