Seniors In Motion of Flower Mound is an organization of citizens over 50 years of age which recognizes the value seniors contribute to our Town and strives to provide resources that enable the continuation of full, active, healthy, and happy lives. Seniors In Motion fosters a sense of community where seniors connect with others who share similar interests; plan and implement meaningful contributions to the community; participate in opportunities for personal growth; and experience genuine caring, support, and friendship.
The Seniors In Motion program is housed at the Flower Mound Senior Center. Drop by for daily fitness and dance classes, art classes, delicious lunches, games, special events, and more! Yearly membership is $10 for Flower Mound Residents and $20 for non-residents. Day passes are also available for $1 for residents and $2 for non-residents.
Fat Tuesday Party
tuesday, feb. 25 • 11 a.m. • $4 RSVP by dec. 6
Put on Mardi Gras masks and beads and visit the Senior Center for a performance by the Dixieland Swing Band! Then, enjoy a delicious Cajun lunch and king cake for dessert.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11 • NOON • FREE• RSVP BY MARCH 15
Celebrate the Indian festival of color and spring. Join SIM friends for an authentic Indian feast prepared by SIM volunteers and learn about the Holi Festival celebrated across the globe each spring. Then, join participants on the patio for the throwing of colors. Participants will be given brightly-colored powders to throw in the air and on each other while singing, dancing, and celebrating spring.
Wednesday, feb. 19 • $20
DEPART 8 a.M. • RETURN 4 P.M.
Test your luck and skill at Oklahoma’s premier hotel and casino. Choose from eight themed gaming plazas or the spacious poker room, bingo hall, and the racer off-track betting parlor. Ticket price includes transportation, muffins, juice, bingo, and refreshments on the bus.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11 • FREE
DEPART 8:30 A.M. • RETURN 4 P.M.
Travel south with downtown Waxahachie to enjoy an que shops, boutiques, restaurants, and much more! See the Ellis County Courthouse & Museum and dine at one of several restaurants on the square.