Seasons Club


Joining Seasons club is as easy as printing out the application and returning it to us. Best of all joining is totally free!


Northern Colorado's active lifestyle never slows down -- no matter what time of year it is. It's part of the beauty of calling the Front Range home, and as we age, we know the importance of staying active. That's why we have the Seasons Club at McKee Medical Center.

The Seasons Club strives to enhance the quality of life for mature adults through health promotion, education and recreation. Designed for all adults age 50 and better, Seasons Club offers a variety of benefits:

  • Health Promotion Benefits. Once you become a member, enjoy discounts with McKee Medical Center's Wellness Services.
  • Educational Benefits. We offer educational programs and classes tailored to the interests and current issues related to mature adults and various free or discounted screenings.
  • Recreational Benefits. We understand the importance of recreation in the lives of mature adults, which is why we offer stimulating activities for our members. We offer a variety of day, evening, and extended trips.

You will also receive our monthly newsletter, Seasons Greetings, which is full of informative articles, hospital updates and our calendar of events for The Seasons Club activities. 

Want to learn more? Call us at (970) 820-4097. 




A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns about Falls

This award-winning program is designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase the activity levels of older adults who have concerns about falls.

Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance

This class is designed to improve the strength, balance and physical functioning of individuals with diminished physical abilities, including older adults and those with Parkinson’s disease. The focus of the program is Tai Chi, a nontraditional form of exercise, which is used to help participants improve postural stability, control of body positioning and gait initiation and locomotion. Participants will also improve movement symmetry and coordination, increase the range of motion around ankle joints and build strength in lower extremities. Tai Chi also can be used to enhance mental health, improve sleep quality and reduce blood pressure.

Seasons Greetings

View past issues of our monthly newsletter, Seasons Greetings, here.

May 2017

June/July 2017