Full Moon Bike Ride: September 20
Traveling the Poudre River Trail during the day is wonderful; navigating the Trail under a full moon is magical! Join other cyclists on Monday, September 20 for a special bike ride under a summer’s full moon. No sign-up is needed. Simply show up with your bike, along with your bike helmet and working bike light (required). Riders under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Dress for the weather and bring water; bug spray is recommended.
In Greeley, meet at the Rover Run Dog Park Trailhead at 7:30 p.m. Travel to the Kodak Trailhead then return to Rover Run. In Windsor, meet at the Kodak Trailhead at 7:30 p.m. Travel to the Rover Run Trailhead, then return. Be sure to wave when you meet in the middle. This self-paced ride is 18 miles; round trip. For younger riders consider turning around at the Poudre Learning Center to shorten the ride.
Join us at the Greeley Active Adult Center to learn about the impact of Alzheimer’s and the risk factors. Alzheimer’s is not a normal part of aging. It’s a disease of the brain that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.
Free to attend. Registration required. Call 970-350-9440.
Celebrate the Billie Martinez Neighborhood!
Join us for the Billie Martinez Neighborhood Celebration on October 1. Area residents, agencies, and businesses host this event at Hoshiko Park. The park is just east of the Rodarte Community Center. Don’t miss the fun from 4 to 6 p.m.
This free event includes food, drinks, games, and special guests.
Join us for a community celebration commemorating Phase I completion of the Balsam Sports Complex revisions and the new East Greeley Natural Area. Enjoy food and live music, outdoor activities, create artwork, and participate in a scavenger hunt with prizes. Ribbon cutting to be held at the Discovery Bay Waterpark parking lot, located at 714 E. 24th St. Find out more at https://playgreeley.com/east-greeley-en/.
Bowling isn’t just a chance to knock down pins but also strike up a conversation! The location for the club is Highland Parks Lanes, 1900 59th Avenue. Join us on Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Depending on the speed of bowlers games may go a little longer. This activity is for ages 16 and up.
September 9 – October 7
October 21 – November 18
Fee: $50 for residents and $60 for non-residents.
The cost includes two games per person/per week and shoe rental.
Section 1 includes an opportunity for participants with intellectual and developmental disabilities to participate in the District Special Olympics Bowling Competition Saturday, October 16. Learn more about this and more Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation programs.
Save the date for Thanksmas!
The Greeley Active Adult Center (AAC) is excited to announce our 1st annual Thanksmas Lunch.
Come and celebrate the holiday season with your friends at the AAC with an amazing meal provided from the Greeley Place.
More information is coming soon.