Courses: The Front Range Forum offers a wide variety of class formats and subjects like history, music, literature, visual arts and much, much more. All classes are held at the Fort Collins Senior Center in three sessions — fall, winter and spring. Most classes are two hours a week for eight weeks, but others may be shorter.

All classes are organized by volunteer facilitators. Prior to class registration the Forum holds a "Meet the Facilitators" (for the Winter Term 2020, the event will be held on November 7th, 3-4 pm) which will provide an opportunity to discuss the proposed class organization, subjects and materials with the person/persons planning the class. Members may register for upcoming classes at this time.

You may also register on-line (click on the Register tab) beginning November 7th 2019 and ending on November 22nd 2019. If you do not see the Register tab at the top of the page, course registration is closed.

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Front Range Forum Presents is a periodic afternoon program that features a speaker of interest. For example, some programs have focused on local archaeology, nearby museums, nature and art.

                             Front Range Forum Presents ☛

Front Range Forum Goes to the Movies: The Twinberry Theater at the Senior Center is the venue for our movie activity. This is a second Wednesday of the month gathering to watch a movie together and then participate in a facilitator-led discussion. There are a wide variety of movies available with something to please everyone. Popcorn is provided. Doors open at 1:30 pm, the film starts at 2:00 pm. Please save the second Wednesday afternoon of each month for Front Range Forum Goes to the Movies.

                                  The next movie is scheduled for ☛

Front Range Forum Travels: This exciting activity arranges trips to selected sites such as museums, wineries, distilleries, special events or exhibits. The Forum arranges for transportation and coordinates the trip, including meals, hotels, etc. All will have some element of education and learning, plus a lot of socializing and fun.

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Front Range Forum Summer Program: Each summer we schedule a two or three-day program to explore a specific subject with experts which includes a field trip to a museum, exhibit, special event, etc. Frequently this focuses on artists and museum exhibits.