The City of Garland Senior Services is committed to providing leisure, social, and human service opportunities to Garland seniors. Adults 55 and above can participate in a wide array of educational, social, and physical activity programs in a friendly and comfortable environment.
Programs are designed to promote and foster healthy independent living, enhance quality of life and build a sense of belonging and community among older adults.
AARP - Driver Safety Program
Thursday, December 12, January16
1 to 5 p.m.
Refresh your driving knowledge, including the rules of the road, traffic hazards, collision prevention and night driving. Become more informed, better prepared for the road and a better driver. A $15 AARP member and $20 non-member supply fee is payable to the instructor at the start of class. Cash and checks only – no credit cards. Students arriving after the scheduled start time will be turned away and not accepted for the class.
Plan to arrive at least 10 minutes before class to complete AARP class registration forms and pay supply fees.
Thursday, December 5
Presented by Alzheimer’s Association Representative
Wednesday, December 4
This free event is a chance for memory caregivers to provide a social activity for their patients and loved ones while they get a chance to unwind themselves and network with other caregivers.
Monitored by the Alzheimer's Association
Keep your body moving. This low impact aerobics class is designed to increase flexibility, maintain healthy joints, tone muscles, improve cardiovascular fitness, invigorate and even help lose weight. Exercises set to music will energize you and boost your mood. Join this ongoing class at any time.
Age: 55 and up
M, W, F 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. 9/4 - 12/30 no charge