50+ Programming

50+ is the division of Out Boulder County dedicated to supporting our friends over age 50, fostering community and intergenerational connections.  Much of our 50+ programming is funded by a grant from the Next50 Initiative.

Upcoming Events
Lesbians 55+ Social & Support Group
Resources for 50+ Folks

Upcoming 50+ Events

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Advance Directives Lunch & Learn—Saturday, April 6, 2019, 1-3pm
OBC Longmont office (630 Main St.)

Preregistration is required--please RSVP to next50@outboulder.org.
Registration is due by March 30th.
This is a free event and lunch will be served.

As part of our Lunch & Learn series, Geo A. Case will discuss the basics of Advance Directives (for example, living wills or the MOST form) and end-of-life planning.
Geo Case is a Board Certified Clinical Chaplain and Pastoral Counselor that currently works as a Community Liaison for a local home health and hospice agency as well as a hospice chaplain providing end of life spiritual care.

***Accessibility info:*** There are two steps up to the door of the office.

Click here to see this event on Facebook.

Follow-up Financial Workshop from Danielle Jordan, Financial Adviser

Outdoor Activities--we are currently working on scheduling some outdoor activities for spring--if you have ideas in this area, please email next50@outboulder.org.

Storytelling Workshop--one-day interactive workshop connecting older generation LGBTQ folks with LGBTQ youth.

Death Cafe (Open conversations about death and dying), facilitated by Geo Case

Mental Health and Self-Care--facilitator TBD


Lesbian 55+ Social & Support Group

contact:

Carol: csok@comcast.net
Jean: jmcannella@yahoo.com
720.600.4138

Details:

2nd & 4th Tuesdays
2:30-3:30PM
OBC on Main, 630 Main St, Longmont

Boulder County Lesbian Support & Social Group offers support group meetings and social fun for anyone who identifies as 55+ lesbians.  Our support meetings emphasize respect for peoples’ experiences and, of course, anyone questioning/deciphering their lesbianism.  The group is consciously welcoming to people of color and persons with disabilities and we strive to build and maintain an anti-oppressive inclusive group culture.  Each group is led by a peer facilitator, leaders in the lesbian community. 

The group attendees have an individual and collective group responsibility to uphold group agreements at all times.  All attendees should strive to address any group conflict during the group meeting hours.  If a concern is unable to be addressed during the meeting, attendees are encouraged to go to a peer facilitator. 

Non-discrimination:

Discrimination of any kind is not tolerated.  This includes and is not limited to discrimination based on:  race, ethnicity, color, language, national origin, immigration status, sex, gender, gender expression, and socio-economic background and status, military status, marital and familial status, religion, body shape, size, and ability. 

As a lesbian support group, we should not preclude transportation as an issue for attending (email mmoore@outboulder.org).  At the same time, some of us experience other types of intersecting oppression, as well as privilege.  Be aware of how your privilege in certain area might affect what you say and how others are impacted.