Leisure, Entertainment and Recreation

Helping seniors reap the maximum enjoyment from their golden years has become an enormous industry in recent years. The industry is as varied as the interests they cater to, and includes newspapers, senior centers, fitness centers and clubs, hobby groups, restaurants, television and radio. Leisure time is important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, as it can provide physical and emotional benefits, can help lower stress and reduce depression, and improves individual’s quality of life.


50+ Marketplace News
800-445-0062
A monthly resource for the 50 Plus community. Fun, more fun, information, education, awareness and entertainment resource for the 50 plus folks in Boulder, Larimer, Weld, Jefferson, Arapahoe, Douglas, Denver/Adams counties in Colorado editions. (4 community editions). Send your stories to Robert@50PlusMarketPlaceNews.com. Look for us online and e-mail.

BRAND.GINEERING
213-529-0999 ext. 700
Brand.gineering works with businesses to grow their enterprise focused on the total customer experience; engaging consumers with rich interactions; using neural programming, creative branded content, high touch marketing and business strategy. All proven to be the leading drivers of consumer purchases.

Denver Parks and Recreation
201 W Colfax Av Dept 601, Denver
720-913-1311
Denver is home to city parks, mountain parks, golf courses, recreation centers, swimming pools, and other leisure opportunities. Comprehensive Plan 2000 is a citywide plan establishing long-term strategies to ensure that Denver is livable for its’ people, now and in the future. the Game Plan is a supplement focused on the future of the Denver Parks System.

Enstrom Candies
201 University Blvd Ste 118, Denver 80206
303-322-1005
The history of this confectionery family dates back to 1919, when Chester K. “Chet” Enstrom got his start in the candy business. Today, Enstrom Candies remains a family business. They are celebrating more than fifty years of honoring Granddad’s philosophy that “we’re just making a little almond toffee for a few of our friends.”

Forney Museum of Transportation
4303 Brighton Blvd, Denver 80216
303-297-1113
A one-of-a-kind collection of over 500 exhibits relating to historical transportation. It began with antique cars, but soon expanded to include vehicles of all kinds. Some of these are familiar, while others spark the imagination. Antique Cars, Locomotives, Buggies, Bicycles, Motorcycles, Rare & Exotic vehicles, and more.

KUVO/KVJZ
2900 Welton St #200, Denver 80209
303-480-9272
A public radio providing the community with jazz, blues, and Latin jazz along with NPR news. Provide a unique line-up of diverse programs on the weekends, listeners enjoy cancion mexicana, Brazilian, Native American, gospel and many others.

Omonoia Greek Bakery
2813 E Colfax Ave, Denver 80206
303-394-9333
Omonoia Greek Bakery is family owned and proudly run by pastry chef Paulina. She proudly carries on the tradition of adhering to the original Greek recipes and many other traditional favorites, as well as adding some of her specialties. The array of choices is amazing, all-natural and mouth watering! Her loving touches and reverence for her Greek heritage can be seen in the quaint beauty of her warm and welcoming shop. Come and experience the deliciousness of Greece!

The Prime Time For Seniors!
PO Box 1415, Broomfield, CO 80038
303-945-4506
Monthly 50+ publication that is circulated in 41 cities throughout the Front Range and some mountain communities. Serving the senior community since 1986. Known as “that newspaper with so much information . . . that you see everywhere”. Regular features, as well as special pull out sections.