Keep Your Mind Active

August 17, 2020 Joe Brady

Keep your mind active with these end of summer activities. We’ve all been cooped up too long! Our bodies may be under restrictions as to where we can go and what we can do, but our minds are still free to go off into spaces we have never been before. Here are some upcoming activities here locally in Denver as well as some available internationally for you to enjoy. Hazel Miller, free entry to museums and archives around the world. Settle back with something good to read, listen to, or watch. Have a go Hands-on activities: learn a language, compose a tune, and more.

  • Hazel Miller & The Collective at 31st Annual Salute to Seniors
  • Vintage car Show presented by the Forney Museum of Transportation!
  • Joe Brady – Presentation on “keeping the mind sharp and the brain healthy”
  • Park Hill Art Festival
  • University of Denver, OLLI Lifelong Learning
  • Oxford University, ON-Line learning

All from the comfort of your own home!

Salute to Seniors

Friday, August 21st and Saturday, August 22nd 

11:00 am -1:00 pm

31st Annual Salute to seniors

Entertainment, Presentations & Resource Fair

This weekend join us for the 31st Annual Salute To Seniors, Colorado’s largest and longest-running expo for older adults. I look forward to spending August 21 and 22 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm with you. You need to register prior to the event at

Once you register you will get a confirmation email. You will receive a reminder email with a link to join the event. On August 21 and 22 at 11:00 am join us using your favorite device, a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or computer.  

I look forward to sharing with you two days of entertainment, information, and resources. We have a great lineup of speakers for you covering everything from technology, brain health, and a new way to connect. You will not want to miss the car show presented by the Forney Museum of Transportation!

Register today and share this information with all your friends and loved ones. See you virtually!

Joseph Brady presentation “Brain Health

Keep your mind active through all the stresses and distractions that come with surviving the “age of COVID-19”.

Friday August 21st 11:55 am

About The Colorado Gerontological Society

Since 1980, the Colorado Gerontological Society (CGS), a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, provides advocacy, information and assistance to Colorado older adults as well as education and networking for aging professionals.

WELCOME TO OLLI AT The University of Denver


Fall Term 2020 registration open

We have one-hundred and forty-three (143) courses to choose from…

Plus, three (3) ‘Unique Speaker Series’ which allow for members (and Guests) to sign up for all, several, or just one of the weekly speakers. The Guest fee for each of the Speakers is $15.00. As a member the cost is included in the $130 membership fee.

This combination results in you, the member, encountering a total of 166 selections!

All courses and the Fall Online catalog will be online only.

 OLLI at DU Fall term courses will all be offered on the Zoom online platform (similar to Spring term);

There will be no printed catalogs this term as the OLLI at DU office will not be open before or during the term.

Our traditional OLLI at DU ‘Open Registration’ period runs from August 10th until midnight August 16th. During this time, you, the OLLI member, are able to register for as many courses as you find interesting (only one course per time slot!).

After August 17th, only those courses with available space will appear on the registration system.

No request is confirmed until we have closed open registration and balanced the overfilled courses. You will receive a confirmation email noting the courses you are registered in around August 24th.

Can easily register for additional courses, if there is space available, until Friday noon the week before the course begins.

Our OLLI at DU Term Member Fee remains the same at $130.00

All courses with materials fees noted will have the materials mailed – again OLLI at DU Office is closed

Registration and account set up can be accessed at:

The 7th Annual Park Hill Arts Festival August 22nd & 23rd, 2020 in the heart of Denver’s historic Park Hill neighborhood!

Live Socially Distant Event!

Denver, CO * Park Hill Neighborhood * Park Hill Masonic Lodge grounds, 4819 Montview Blvd, Denver, CO 80207


This is a 7th year outdoor juried fine art/fine craft show that will once again be presented on the grounds of the Park Hill Masonic lodge. The grounds are located on Montview Blvd between Dahlia and Eudora street. We will be accepting a maximum of 80 artists. The dates for the show have been chosen carefully as the beginning of June is one of the city’s most beautiful months with average temperatures in the low 70’s.

Your fortnightly dose of Curious Minds from Oxford University

Take a virtual tour of the world’s archaeological and anthropological treasures; explore hundreds of real-life stories behind Britain’s castles, stately homes, and gardens; and (working on the assumption that ‘science is culture’) delve into an array of topics, including Neolithic baby bottles, the effect of noise on wildlife and artificial virtual-reality skin. These are just a few of the new resources to explore for free on our updated Curious Minds page.

Today’s ‘Tutor Takeover’ is from creative writing tutor Frank Egerton, who recommends an online platform filled with advice on writing and publishing.

Explore Curious Minds

Previous weeks’ resources are collected on our Explore, Enjoy and Have a go pages – so you can revisit them any time you wish.


Your free entry to museums and archives around the world.


Settle back with something good to read, listen to, or watch.

Have a go

Hands-on activities: learn a language, compose a tune, and more.

Continuing Education Open Day

Saturday 5 September 2020

Join us for taster lectures, live Q&A, information about the coming year’s programmes and student support – all held online, and all completely free. An ideal opportunity for new and continuing students to sample our teaching, meet tutors and ask questions.

You can enjoy a library of short lectures, learn about starting or continuing your study – and take part in the live Q&A sessions we’ll be running during the day on a range of topics, including:

Study opportunities

Student support

Library services

Undergraduate award programmes

Postgraduate study

All recorded content will be posted prior to the event. Enter your details below so that we can notify you when we’re open!