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Exercise at home
NEW - Yoga class with Mary Anderson
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for the link to participate.
Click here for a video of a balance class you can do at home, with Krista Fox.
Join Christi Couch's Classes!
Stretch Class: Monday - Thursday 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Pilates: Tuesday 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Aerobics: Thursday 10:30- 11:25 a.m.
Use this "Google Meet" link
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Aspen Recreation Center
Subscribe to the ARC's YouTube channel, and workout when you wish!
CMC Free Classes
Zen Barre: Tuesday & Thursday
12:00-12:50 p.m. Sana Wells
Zumba: Wednesday 12:00-12:50 p.m.
Mat Pilates: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30-9:30
Christie Herman and Kira Sadler
Go to www.coloradomtn.edu/community-education/classes and check the “Free-Online Courses” box right above the search fields. Leave the “All campuses” and “All Programs” fields as they are to see what is being offered college-wide.
Check out the Pitkin Outside website. You can also download the app on your smartphone for on-the-go trail guidance.
Other online options
There are many free workout sites available online.
Fitness Blender is easy to use. For yoga, check out Yome or Do Yoga With Me.
For a longer list of free options, click here.
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Movie Group - each week we'll post a movie to watch and then host a discussion.
All movies will be available for free on Kanopy. Get started by creating a Kanopy account. You will need your library card.
Book Club - meets monthly via Zoom on the last Wednesday of the month at 10:45. Book selections are listed in the newsletter. Email email@example.com for more information.
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Liz Siegel's Presidential Pardon Lecture
A look at how the presidential pardon power was included in the Constitution, how it has been interpreted by the Supreme Court, how it has been used by presidents from George Washington through Donald Trump and how Trump will likely use it in his last days as president.
Liz Siegel's Electoral College Lecture
In this lecture, Liz Siegel explores how the electoral college came to be in the Constitution, and how its usefulness has evolved over the years.
Liz Siegel is a long-time attorney and educator in American Government, with experience ranging from NASA to non-profits. She is an expert in Constitution law.
Let's Talk About Religion - Where Do We Begin?
Exploring and investigating religion and spirituality is a part of what makes us human. Continuing these efforts later in life is no different than earlier, as people seek understanding, wisdom and connection.
This educational series on Religious Traditions will cover a number of themes. What are the core beliefs of the major religions? What foundational knowledge about each tradition would be helpful for us all to understand? Are there meaningful similarities and differences between traditions?
Instructors (click names for bios):
Patrick J. D'Silva, PhD
Rev. Thomas Shōnen DeZauche, MA
Colorado Mountain College is offering numerous online courses, some of which are free of charge.
Go to www.coloradomtn.edu/community-education/classes and check the “Free-Online Courses” box right above the search fields. Leave the “All Campuses” and “All Programs” fields as they are to see what is being offered college-wide.
Senior Services plans to host live or post recorded talks and interviews in the months to come. Please check back for those.
In the meantime, there is a lot already out there which you can access for free. Explore the Aspen Institute's offerings. Always dreamed about going to school at Yale or Harvard? Now you can, for free, without leaving the house. And here are more options!
Pitkin County Library
The building is closed, but the Library is providing curb-side pickup of materials. Click here to learn how.
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Explore from Home
Click on the image below for a clearer view and links
You can go all over the world from your computer screen. Tour the Louvre or check out the live animal cams at the San Diego Zoo. Here's an article with some great suggestions.
The Pitkin County Library is another great source of education and entertainment. Grab your library card and log into these great links for TV shows, online classes, movies, books and more! Click here for more information and a tutorial.
The Red Brick
The Art Base
Aspen Art Museum
Denver Art Museum
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
New York Philharmonic
London Symphony Orchestra
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
History Colorado -Digital Experiences
History Colorado - Digital Learning
The Smithsonian Institution
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Cards and Games
You may not be able to get to your regular poker table, but you can still play cards at home. At Trickster Cards, you can learn new games, and play with friends or strangers.
For bridge, try BBO.
AARP's website has links to a wide variety of games. Click here to see what's offered and start playing.
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Kindred Spirits Special Holiday Concert
Here are links to many of the local congregations. Most offer virtual worship services
Insights is a locally based meditation group meeting Wednesdays from 6:00-7:00.
"Insights is community joining together to explore spirituality and
to share experiences and perspectives."
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