Centennial Active Seniors

Mike Nelson at CAS event

The City of Centennial is dedicated to supporting the older adult community. Do you enjoy learning and meeting other? If so, join us for free programs for older adults in our community. In addition to these programs, mark your calendar for upcoming events the City is hosting throughout 2021 that are free and open to the public.


Game Day (In-Person)

1-3 p.m. on Mondays in January (excluding January 10)

Join the Prime Timers, a 50+ group sponsored by the Rotary Club of Centennial but open to all, to play card and board games, funded in part by the City of Centennial.

In-Person Location

No RSVP needed.

Willow Creek Clubhouse No. 3

8091 E. Phillips Circle 


Meet 'Bridgerton' Costume Designer Ellen Mirojnick (Virtual)

6-7 p.m. on Thursday, January 20

Join costume designer Ellen Mirojnick for a live virtual Q&A about her work on the hit Netflix series "Bridgerton," a period drama written by Julia Quinn, set in early 19th century England. Learn how Mirojnick and her team created a Regency world with a modern twist, including neon color schemes and lavish looks to match the incredible sets. With a career spanning three decades, this Emmy-winning costume designer will share her industry knowledge and address your personal costume design questions.

This virtual program is hosted by Arapahoe Libraries and co-sponsored by the City of Centennial. Registration for this event closes 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. You will receive an email with instructions to access this event shortly before your session begins. The event will be hosted through the Zoom platform, with closed captioning provided. A Zoom account is not required to attend.

Register in advance here...


Active Minds: King Tut (Virtual)

1-2 p.m. on Friday, January 21

Join Active Minds as we tell the story of the famous Egyptian pharaoh and the time in which he ruled. We will place King Tut's life and reign in the broader context of ancient Egyptian history and cover the extraordinary but controversial discovery of his tomb in 1922.

This virtual program is hosted by Arapahoe Libraries and co-sponsored by the City of Centennial. Registration for this event closes 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. You will receive an email with instructions to access this event shortly before your session begins. The event will be hosted through the Zoom platform, with closed captioning provided. A Zoom account is not required to attend.

Register in advance here...


More Events Coming...

Check back soon! This page is continually updated as events are finalized. To see a complete list of City-wide events and meetings happening in Centennial, view our City Calendar


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