Sep
25
1:30 PM13:30

Great Questions -- A New Monthly Program

Wednesday, September 25th — Senior Center Foxtail 2, 1:30 — 2:30 PM

Great Questions is a friendly gathering of Front Range Forum members to discuss and exchange ideas on a different question on the fourth Wednesday of each month. No preparation is necessary, nothing to read, nothing to study. Just bring your experiences, thoughts, and opinions.

A different question will be selected each month and announced to all FRF members. The discussions will be led by one or two of the Great Questions Committee members. We’ll probably never agree on an answer to any of the questions but we’ll have a great time talking about them and, maybe, leave knowing a little more than we knew when we came in.

This month’s question will be: Where should the line be drawn between hate speech and freedom of speech?

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Oct
2
11:45 AM11:45

Lunch & Learn

Bring your brown bag lunch and join us for Lunch & Learn. There will be a learning portion which starts at 11:45 in Foxtail 1 (the room right next to our regular classroom) and will include a short presentation followed by discussion which should end around 12:30. We have the room until 1:00 so we’re hoping that you’ll stay, eat your lunch, drink a cup of coffee and connect with other Front Range Forum members. Lunch and Learn will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

The topic for this session will be The Art of Madonna and Child, presented by Carl Wilmsen.

While this program is for members only, please feel free to bring a friend. Please join us -- Learn new things. Make new friends.

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Oct
9
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

The Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, October 9th. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

Directed by John Crowley, the movie tells the story of Ellis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn.  Lured by the promise of America, Ellis departs Ireland from the comfort of her mother’s home for New York City.  Initial homesickness diminishes as a fresh romance captivates her.  But soon, her bright future is disrupted by her past, and Ellis must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within. 111 min.

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Oct
16
11:45 AM11:45

An Introduction to Claude Monet

October 16, 11:45 to 1:45 Twinberry Auditorium

One of the most anticipated Denver art exhibitions ever opens in October at the Denver Art Museum – “Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature.” Get ready for the exhibit by attending our program – “An Introduction to Claude Monet.” Here are the details of our program:

When: Wednesday, October 16, 11:45 to 1:45 Where: Twinberry Auditorium
Who: Joel Rutstein, Ann Wilmsen, and Linda Messersmith

The program is free and open to the public, so bring your lunch and a friend or two. The Senior Center is hosting two trips to the exhibit in Denver. Watch your email for information on the trips and how you can maximize your chance of getting one of these hot tickets.

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Nov
13
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, November 13th. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

Directed and written by Tom McCarthy, this is a moving story that makes the issue of immigration personal. Walter (Richard Jenkins) owns an apartment in New York that he rarely visits.  One day he returns and discovers a young couple living there, Tarek and Zainab, migrants from Syria and Senegal, who thought they were legally renting the place.  Soon, they become friendly and Tarek’s mother comes to visit and tries to help them settle legally.  But complications appear and difficult questions arise when they are confronted by how immigration laws are applied. 104 min.

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Dec
11
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, December 11th. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

Directed by Joan Micklin Silver (who also directed “Crossing Delancey,” 1988), the film takes place in 1896, when Jews were pouring into New York to escape persecution in Russia. Yonkel  “Jake” Bogovnik (Steven Keats) has settled on Hester Street in the Lower East Side and has assimilated to American life.  He is finally able to bring his wife Gitl (Carol Kane) and son from Russia.  But Gitl has trouble assimilating which causes trouble in their marriage.  Will Gitl be able to manage in this new land where she has few supports?  90 min.

 

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Sep
18
11:45 AM11:45

Lunch & Learn

Bring your brown bag lunch and join us for Lunch & Learn. There will be a learning portion which starts at 11:45 in Foxtail 1 (the room right next to our regular classroom) and will include a short presentation followed by discussion which should end around 12:30. We have the room until 1:00 so we’re hoping that you’ll stay, eat your lunch, drink a cup of coffee and connect with other Front Range Forum members. Lunch and Learn will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

The topic for this session will be Alzheimer’s and Lifelong Learning presented by Katie Fahrenbruch, Director of Regional Programs, Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado.

While this program is for members only, please feel free to bring a friend. Please join us -- Learn new things. Make new friends.

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Sep
11
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, September 11th. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film.  

This film deepens the original film’s depiction of the dark side of the American dream.  Vito Corleone (Robert DeNiro) struggles to make a living in New York’s “Little Italy,” and support his family.  But this is upended by son Michael’s (Al Pacino) business expansion in the 1950s where the scene shifts to Las Vegas.  His ambition cripples his family and we watch his descent into murder and corruption.  200 min.

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Aug
29
2:00 PM14:00

Front Range Forum Reads!

Tallgrass

By Sandra Dallas


During World War II, a family finds life turned upside down when the government opens a Japanese internment camp in their small Colorado town. After a young girl is murdered, all eyes turn to the newcomers, the interlopers, the strangers.

Part thriller, part historical novel, Tallgrass is a riveting exploration of the darkest---and best---parts of the human heart.

Best-selling Colorado author Sandra Dallas, the author of 18 novels, and two non-fiction books, was dubbed “a quintessential American voice” by Jane Smiley

When: Thursday, August 29, 2:00 – 4:30pm

Where: Twinberry Auditorium

Program:
Who is Sandra Dallas?
Granada War Relocation Center & Gov. Ralph W. Carr Discussion Breakouts
Social Time & Treats

Book Available at Old Firehouse Books or Amazon $15

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Aug
23
1:30 PM13:30

Great Questions--A New Monthly Program

Wednesday, September 25th — Senior Center Foxtail 2, 1:30 — 2:30 PM

Great Questions is a friendly gathering of Front Range Forum members to discuss and exchange ideas on a different question on the fourth Wednesday of each month. No preparation is necessary, nothing to read, nothing to study. Just bring your experiences, thoughts, and opinions.

A different question will be selected each month and announced to all FRF members. The discussions will be led by one or two of the Great Questions Committee members. We’ll probably never agree on an answer to any of the questions but we’ll have a great time talking about them and, maybe, leave knowing a little more than we knew when we came in.

Each month between the 1st and the 15th, you will be able to vote for one of three questions that interest you. Below are three possible questions for September 25th, Great Questions program. Please vote for the question that you would find most interesting to discuss. Vote by selecting one question from the pull-down list of three questions shown, that is, click on your choice and then click on the “Submit” button. That’s all there is to it!

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Aug
1
3:00 PM15:00

Meet the Fall Term Course Facilitators

Kick off for Fall Registration

This is your opportunity to visit with the facilitators about their course offerings and to register for the class/classes of your choice. Light refreshments will be served. Front Range Forum classes will begin the week of September 9, 2019.

If your Front Range Forum membership has expired, please pay $14 for Fall quarterly dues. Dues are paid at the Senior Center front desk or by telephone with a credit/debit card.

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Jun
27
1:30 PM13:30

Summer Musical Film Series, Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein

Thursday, June 27 - Senior Center Twinberry Auditorium, 1:30 —5:00 PM


Maestro Wes Kenney explores the music of Carousel, the favorite musical of composer Rodgers & lyricist Hammerstein among their many collaborations. The film will be the concert version performed by the New York Philharmonic and starring Kelli O’Hara and Nathan Gunn. The running time is 2 hours and 12 minutes.


Open to the public. Free admission. No registration required.

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Jun
11
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum, 2019 Annual Meeting (Twinberry Auditorium)

Front Range Forum, 2018 Annual Meeting and Ice Cream Social

The year's annual meeting will be held at the Fort Collins Senior Center in the Twinberry Auditorium. There will be a brief business meeting including the acknowledgement of the many volunteers that keep Front Range Forum moving forward. The meeting will conclude with an Ice Cream Social for all.

Mark your calendars now for this event.

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Jun
6
1:30 PM13:30

Summer Musical Film Series, Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein

Thursday, June 6 - Senior Center Twinberry Auditorium, 1:30 —5:00 PM


Patricia Goble, Broadway performer and CSU Professor of Music, sings some favorites from Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals. The film will be The Broadway Musical: A Jewish Legacy running 1 hour and 24 minutes.


Open to the public. Free admission. No registration required.

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Jun
6
to Jul 18

A SUMMER MUSICAL FILM SERIES-- RICHARD RODGERS AND OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN -- A summer series, six Thursdays

THURSDAY AFTERNOONS

1:30 - 5:00 PM

JUNE 6TH THROUGH JULY 18TH, note there will be no film on Thursday, July 4th.

FILMS AND FILMED STAGE PRODUCTIONS OF RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN’S GREATEST HITS

PRESENTERS: PATRICIA GOBLE, WES KENNEY, JONATHAN FARWELL, AND DAVID BARONE


Mark your calendar now!


We look forward to seeing you at the Senior Center’s Twinberry Auditorium. Show time is 1:30 PM. Doors open at 1:00 PM.


No registration required

 

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May
1
11:45 AM11:45

Lunch & Learn

Bring your brown bag lunch and join us for Lunch & Learn. There will be a learning portion which starts at 11:45 in Foxtail 1 (the room right next to our regular classroom) and will include a short presentation followed by discussion which should end around 12:30. We have the room until 1:00 so we’re hoping that you’ll stay, eat your lunch, drink a cup of coffee and connect with other Front Range Forum members. Lunch and Learn will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

U.S.A. vs. Other Industrialized Countries presented by Dwain Bloyer.

While this program is for members only, please feel free to bring a friend. Please join us -- Learn new things. Make new friends.

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Apr
24
2:00 PM14:00

Happy Birthday Shakespeare: Will in our World

  • Please join us for an afternoon of cheer, while we explore Shakespeare’s legacy and experience how he is still one with our world. Marvel along with us at how his work continues to inspire poetry, theater, and our own American history, through some of the world’s most difficult and uplifting times.

    Then stay for cake and coffee!

  • 􏰀  In the Twinberry Auditorium

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Apr
3
11:45 AM11:45

Lunch & Learn

Bring your brown bag lunch and join us for Lunch & Learn. There will be a learning portion which starts at 11:45 in Foxtail 2 (our regular classroom) and will include a short presentation followed by discussion which should end around 12:30. We have the room until 1:00 so we’re hoping that you’ll stay, eat your lunch, drink a cup of coffee and connect with other Front Range Forum members. Lunch and Learn will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

Today’s discussion will be about Bail Bond Issues and the Larimer County Jail presented by Sidna Rachid.

While this program is for members only, please feel free to bring a friend. Please join us -- Learn new things. Make new friends.

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Feb
8
3:00 PM15:00

Meet the Facilitators

The Kick Off for Spring Term Registration
 

You can register at the February 8th Meet the Facilitators meeting. We always encourage you to attend this event. This is your opportunity to visit with the facilitators about their course offerings and to register for the class/classes of your choice. Light refreshments will be served. If your membership has expired, please pay $45 for both Senior Center ($25) and Front Range Forum ($20) dues. Both will run for one full year from the date of payment. Dues are paid at the Senior Center front desk. The Front Range Forum registrar does not accept payments for either the Senior Center or Front Range Forum dues.

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Jan
17
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum Book Swap

We will be holding our Second Annual Book Swap on January 17 at the Senior Center from 1:30 - 3:30. Just so you know, we call it a book swap, but feel free to come without a book to swap and take as many as you like. We like to recycle books to people who have a wide range of interests and that certainly means Front Range Forum members.

 

 

 

 

 

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Nov
10
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum Explores

FRONT RANGE FORUM EXPLORES


“Everything in the Song Is True”


GARY McMAHAN


Cowboy poet, guitarist and song writer
He'll show his 2016 documentary, his work and music and if we're lucky demonstrate some yodeling

 

Friday, November 10th

1:30 to 3:30 PM

Twinberry Auditorium

 

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May
30
10:30 AM10:30

Interpretive Hike at Bobcat Ridge

Please note that the date for this event has been changed from Monday, May 22nd to Tuesday, May 30th.

We are fortunate to have David Bayer, a master naturalist with the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas, as one of our members. David has offered to guide us on a hike at Bobcat Ridge. The hike is about 3 miles and follows the Valley Loop trail.


Trail description: The trail passes for one mile through the prairie in the glade (valley). It then ascends gently up about 100 feet in elevation for about a half-mile. We’ll turn south and follow the trail along the lower shrub and tree line for 1.2mile and then descend a half-mile back to the entrance.


The interpretive hike passes through three life zones: prairie, shrub lands and lower montane forest. Each of these vegetative zones will be explained as to its primary vegetation and the birds and mammals adapted to each. Several important geological principles and examples will also be demonstrated, e.g. Bobcat Ridge is the boundary between the foothills’ hogbacks and uplifts of the Rocky Mountains.

If you enjoy hiking and want to learn more about the natural areas, please join us on Tuesday, May 30th from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM, Members only.


Bring a lunch to enjoy in the shade of the ponderosa forest about half-way through the hike. A brochure is available on-line at:
https://www.fcgov.com/naturalareas/pdf/bcr-brochure2014.pdf?1443629521

Directions to the Trailhead:

Bobcat Ridge's address is 10184 West County Road 32C, Loveland.


From Fort Collins, take Harmony Road west, it turns into CR 38 E. Follow CR 38 E to Masonville. Go left (south) at the Masonville Mercantile onto CR 27. Follow CR 27 about 1 mile to CR 32 C, head west about 1 mile to the Bobcat Ridge parking lot.


From Loveland, go west on Highway 34 about 4.5 miles west of Wilson Avenue. Turn north on CR 27 by Big Thompson Elementary and drive 4.5 miles. Turn left on CR 32C and go 1 mile west to the Bobcat Ridge parking lot.

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Apr
27
2:00 PM14:00

Walking the Fort Collins Natural Areas

The City of Fort Collins natural areas consists of 43 sites, with more than 40,000 acres of protected lands, and more than 100 miles of walking trails. Deciding where to walk next can be the toughest decision. Join us as Natural Areas Department experts share their favorite walking locations and the best time to visit them.
  
 

Walking the Natural Areas Details:

o    When - Wednesday, April 27; 2:00 - 3:30 pm
o    Where - Senior Center, Twinberry Auditorium
o    Who - Free and open to FRF members and non-members

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Jun
17
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum, 2015 Annual Meeting

This year's annual meeting will be held in the Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center. At 1:30 pm, Susan Marie Frontczak will give a performance as Mary Shelley, a significant contributor to the rise of independent English women authors early in the 1800s. This performance is a preview of this summer's Front Range Forum Reads. The book is Frankenstein by Mary Shelley.

Following this performance, other announcements and summaries for this year will be presented by various Board members. The annual meeting will conclude with an ice cream social. Plan to attend.

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Jun
10
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum at the Movies

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, June 10. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel star in director Marc Webb's wry, nonlinear romantic comedy about a man who falls head over heels for a woman who doesn't believe in Love.  Tom (Gordon-Levitt) is an aspiring architect earning his living as a greeting card writer.  Upon encountering his boss' lovely new secretary, Summer (Deschanel), he discovers the pair have plenty in common and Tom is smitten.  He deeply believes in the concept of soul mates, but unfortunately for Tom, Summer sees true love as the stuff of fairy tales.  Stay tuned.

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Apr
8
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Moview

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, April 8. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

Warren Schmidt (Jack Nicholson) is a retired insurance salesman, who at age 66 has no plans other than to drive around in the motor home that his wife insisted he purchase.  Schmidt is not quite bitter, but not altogether happy either.  Everything his wife does annoys him and he disapproves of the man his daughter is about to marry.  When his wife suddenly dies, he sets out to postpone this imminent marriage, while coping with discoveries about his late wife and himself in the process.

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Mar
12
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum Explores

Sparks of Hope: Insurgent Rock Music: Anthems of the 1960's

 

Fred Enssle is a retired professor of History from Colorado State University.  The music of the 1960's has fascinated him for many years and he has done research on its influence on people and other musicians.

The talk will be on Thursday, March 12th from 1:30 until 3:30 at the Fort Collins Senior Center in the Twinberry Auditorium.

We look forward to seeing you there to relive the music of our times.

Bring a friend and enjoy the popcorn.

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Mar
11
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, March 11. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

A lyrical and sometimes surreal film about a man in the twilight of his life, the movie explores director Ingmar Bergman’s recurrent themes of innocent children subjected to dishonorable elders.  The old man in Wild Strawberries realizes too late that he’s failed to create meaningful relationships with those near to him and remembers, with some dishonesty, his often painful past.

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Feb
11
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, February 11. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

Oscar winners Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson reunite with the acclaimed filmmakers Merchant Ivory for this moving story of blind devotion and repressed love.  Hopkins plays Stevens, the perfect English butler, as he serves his master, Lord Darlington (James Fox). Like other members of the British upper class in the 1930s, Darlington is duped by the Nazis into trying to establish a rapport between Germany and the British Government.  Thompson plays the estate’s housekeeper, who watches the ggoings-on with horror.  Despite her apprehensions, she and Stevens gradually fall in love, though neither will admit it. 

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Jan
17
10:00 AM10:00

Front Range Forum Reads

Front Range Forum Reads!


Front Range Forum Reads is aimed at bringing our membership together over the discussion of two books each year, a nonfiction book in the winter and a work of fiction in the summer. Our Winter 2015 selection, our very first selection is . . .


             “One Summer: America, 1927”
                            By Bill Bryson


Knowing that history is a favorite subject area of FRF readers, we have chosen a readable, lively account of several significant events that occurred in a few months in a single year. Bryson covers Lindbergh’s solo flight across the Atlantic, Babe Ruth’s long-standing homerun record, and the low-key presidency of Calvin Coolidge, along with the capture of Al Capone, the seeds of the Great Depression two years later, and other fascinating stories. Old Firehouse Books will have the paperback edition for sale for $15 (their discounted price).

Once you’ve read the book, here’s what is planned:

A Deeper Dive (Saturday, January 17 from 10:00 to 11:00) – On that Saturday we offer you the chance to go deeper into one of the major topics covered in the book; choose from among these three concurrent one-hour programs, which will combine videos and discussion to do a “deeper dive”:

Lindbergh and Aviation – Twinberry Auditorium                                                                Baseball, Boxing, and the Sports of the 1920s – Foxtail 2                                          The Politicians and Anarchists – Sand Lily

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Jan
14
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, December 10. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

Woody Allen's nostalgic tribute to the glory days of radio and coming-of-age during World War II.  Seth Green is Joe, a teenage Jewish boy growing up with a house full of relatives in Brooklyn.  Allen cuts between Joe's working class neighborhood of Rockaway Beach, and the glitter and glamour of radio in Manhattan.  Some have compared this movie to Fellini's "Amarcord" filtered through Neil Simon.

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Dec
10
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

  • Twinberry Theater, Fort Collins Senior Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, December 10. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

Lars Lindstrom (Ryan Gossling) is a lovable introvert whose emotional baggage has kept him from fully embracing life. After years of near solitude, he invites Bianca, a friend he met on the internet to visit him. He introduces Bianca to his brother Gus and wife Karen, and they are stunned. Bianca is not a real person, but a life size doll. They consult the family doctor who explains this is a delusion Lars created, but they better go along with it! What follows is an emotional journey for Lars and the people around him. (1 hr. 46 min.)

For additional information, please contact Joel Rutstein.

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Nov
13
2:30 PM14:30

Meet the Facilitators


This is your opportunity to visit with the facilitators of the winter 2015 term courses about their offerings and to register for the class/classes of your choice. Classes begin on Monday, January 12, 2015 and end on Friday, March 6, 2015. Registration closes on Friday, November 28, 2014. Light refreshments will be served. If your Senior Center membership has expired, please pay $45 for both Senior Center ($25) and Front Range Forum ($20) dues. Otherwise renew your FRF dues whenever you pay for the Senior Center. Both now will run for one full year from the date of payment. Dues are paid at the Senior Center front desk. The Front Range Forum registrar no longer accepts payments for either the Senior Center or Front Range Forum dues. 

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Oct
8
1:30 PM13:30

Front Range Forum goes to the Movies

  • Twinberry Theater, Fort Collins Senior Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Twinberry Theater at the Fort Collins Senior Center is the venue for our next movie playing on Wednesday, October 8. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the movie starts at 2:00 pm. There will be free popcorn available. Following the movie, a facilitator-led discussion will allow viewers to participate in a dialogue on the film. 

This month's film is an irreverent, uplifting comedy about friendship, trust and human possibility. Based on a true story of a relationship between a handicapped millionaire and his street smart ex-con caretaker, the story depicts an unlikely camaraderie rooted in honesty and humor between two individuals, who on the surface seem to have nothing in common.

For additional information, please contact Joel Rutstein.

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