Senior Center Events and Activities
Find senior events, activities, travel opportunities, senior resources and more! Scoll down to find your center!
Allen Senior Center
451 St. Mary Dr. Allen, TX 75002
Stop by on any given day and a dedicated and caring member of our staff will welcome you to the Center, give you a tour of the building, and do their best to make you feel comfortable. And while you walk around, you might just be enticed to join one of the many activities you see. All of our facilities feature handicap-designated parking and are wheelchair accessible. Most have automatic front doors and several have extra-wide parking spaces for ramped accessible vehicles. For more information, please call the Allen Senior Recreation Center at 214.509.4820.
Carrollton Senior Center
1720 Keller Springs Road Carrollton, Texas 75006
The Carrollton Senior Center is located at 1720 Keller Springs Road, just west of Josey Lane. The 17,300 square-foot facility consists of a large ballroom with a wood dance floor, picture windows overlooking the lake and wetlands, meeting rooms, exercise and fitness rooms, and administrative offices, as well as boardwalk piers on the lake and a hiking/biking trail.
The Center offers a variety of weekly leisure activities and monthly programs for senior adults ages 50+, including senior athletic opportunities, educational classes and seminars, and monthly luncheons. Most activities and programs are free or have a minimal charge.
Coppell Senior Center
345 W. Bethel Road Coppell, TX 75019 | 972-462-5136
The Coppell Senior and Community Center is a recreation center for those 50 years of age or older, and is operated by the Parks and Recreation Department. Visiting the Senior Center is a wonderful way to meet new friends, and enjoy a wide variety of programs, social events, and drop-in activities. Programs are designed to meet the needs of Seniors and the community by promoting healthy aging, and are either absolutely free or have a minimal cost assigned to them.
Dallas Parks & Recreation
Marcus Annex Senior Center
2910 Modella Ave. Dallas TX 75229
214-670-6597 | www.dallasparks.org
Join us at the Marcus Annex Senior Center Monday through Friday for our Active Older Adult Program where there are fun activities and a way to meet new friends!
The Branch Connection - Farmer's Branch
14055 Dennis Lane Farmers Branch, Texas 75234 | 972.919.8740
The Branch Connection Senior Center in Farmer's Branch is one of the most thriving recreational facilities in the metroplex. The current Senior Center has been in operation since 2000 and has become a staple for active seniors in Farmers Branch.
The Senior Center offers more than 80 programs geared toward meeting the physical, mental, social, and emotional needs of individuals 50 and over. There is no membership fee but those utilizing the facility and programs are required to complete a liability waiver and contact information form annually.
Flower Mound Senior Center
Seniors In Motion
2701 West Windsor Drive Flower Mound, Texas 75028
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 Grove at Frisco Commons
8300 McKinney Rd. Frisco TX 75034 | (972)292-6550
The Senior Center at Frisco Square offers a wide variety of fun and educational programs. The welcoming staff and the friendliest group of seniors you would ever want to meet will make you feel right at home. Memberships are no cost for Frisco residents. Transportation is available.
Garland Senior Center
1600 W Avenue A Garland, TX 75040 | (972) 205-2769
The Garland Senior Activity Center and the Carver Center are recreation centers for adults 55 and older, offering an extensive variety of activities and classes intended to enhance and enrich the lives of active adults in our community. The centers are not a licensed adult day care facility. All paid and drop in activities are designed for independent participation. Staff does not provide direct supervision or personal care and does not monitor participants coming and going. Participants requiring assistance need to be accompanied with a caregiver or assistant while at the center.
Irving Senior Center - Heritage
825 W. Irving Blvd. Irving, TX 75060 | (972) 721-2501
The City offers a wide variety of programming and activities for seniors age 50 and older through the Heritage Senior Center (HSC). Built in 2003, the 40,000 square-foot facility is state-of-the-art.
Amenities include comfortable classrooms, a sunny dining room and a gorgeous ballroom with a wooden dance floor. Members can relax in the living room, read a book in the library, get creative in the craft room, play billiards, use a computer or exercise in the fully equipped fitness room.
Lewisville Senior Center
1950-A South Valley Parkway Lewisville, TX 75067 | 972.219.5050
We think the operative word in our name is “activity,” and there are lots of them here for you to enjoy. We strive to offer a wide variety of activities including special events, classes and trips. Many programs and seminars at the Senior Activity Center are free of charge. Our classes, trips and activities are reasonably priced. Glance through these pages or stop by the Center and begin your new adventure. Fun and new friends await you.
McKinney Senior Center
1400 S. College St. McKinney, TX 75069 | 972-547-7491
The McKinney Parks & Recreation Department invites all seniors to visit the Senior Recreation Center. Many recreational and leisure opportunities are available to individuals ages 50 and over. Come by for a tour, meet the staff and see what is available. Classes, programs and seminars are continuously added, including exercise, dance, games, arts and crafts, computers and wellness. Stop by for a cup of coffee and pick up your seasonal calendar.
Mesquite Senior Center
1400 S. College St. McKinney, TX 75069 | 972-547-7491
Mesquite offers three facilities with services and activities specifically for adults 50+. The senior centers offer a variety of leisure time activities, support services and educational opportunities for participants. The facilities are ADA accessible.
Evans Senior Center 1116 Hillcrest Street 972-204-4971
Open M-F 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Goodbar Senior Center 3000 Concord Drive 972-329-8705
Open M-F 8:00 am-3:00 pm
Rutherford Senior Center 900 Rutherford Drive 972-204-4965
Open M-F 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Sam Johnson Recreation Center
401 West 16th Street Plano, TX 75075 (972) 941-7155
Accredited by the National Institute of Senior Centers The Senior Recreation Center includes:
• A fitness room equipped with treadmills, stationary bicycles, and a multi-station maximus machine
• A billiards room with two standard size pool tables
• A snack bar, run by volunteers, which operates 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Monday - Friday
• Various drop-in activities are provided daily including bingo, bridge, and "42" dominoes. Please click here for monthly drop-in schedule.
• Ballroom or C&W dances with live music are held every Tuesday from 7-9:15 p.m.
Richardson Senior Center
820 W Arapaho Rd # 100 Richardson, TX 75080 | (972) 744-7800
The Richardson Senior Center, organized under the Parks and Recreation Department, provides a wide range of services for citizens 55 and older in Richardson and the surrounding area. We provide recreation programs and classes to enhance quality of life and lifelong learning. We promote good health through health screenings and health promotion programs. The City of Richardson's monthly newsletter, Richardson Today, contains information that highlights classes, health and wellness, special events, trips and programs. Our day to day programs are encompassed in our monthly calendar. The Richardson Senior Center is the focal point for older adult services and activities and our goal is to provide those services and activities that will meet the particular needs of the population we serve. We invite you to join us and become a part of our Senior Center family.
Rowlett Community Center
5300 Main St, Rowlett, TX 75088 | (972) 412-6170
Recreation contributes to your quality of life. It has numerous health and social benefits including improving physical fitness, reducing stress and increasing life satisfaction. The Rowlett Community Centre is a state-of-the-art facility offering a wide variety of services for everyone, from preschoolers to senior citizens. The Rowlett Community Centre strives to provide services to the community through our Facility Amenities that include a fitness room, indoor walking track, gyms, racquetball courts, game room and banquet / classrooms.
Many programs and Athletics opportunities are available at the Community Centre. Participating in recreation activities assists you in experiencing a longer, healthier and happier life! Register for programs here!
The Rowlett Community Centre is located at the east end of Main Street, just past Kirby Road and Rowlett High School. The Rowlett Community Centre is next door to Wet Zone Waterpark and Pecan Grove Park.
The Summit - Grand Prairie
2975 Esplanade, Grand Prairie, TX 75052 | (972) 237-4141
The Grand Prairie Parks and Recreation Department opened the doors to the newest addition to the city, The Summit, on June 18, 2010. The $23 million dollar, 60,000 square foot facility located in Central Park is designed specifically for active adults ages 50 and older.
With state-of-the art fitness areas, gym, indoor infinity edge pool with lap lanes & exercise vortex, theater, locker rooms with sauna and more, this will be the talk of Texas for years to come!
Wylie Senior Center
We are excited and ready to open the doors, and welcome you back to Wylie Recreation Center! Thank you for your support and patience through this unprecedented time.
Wylie Recreation Center Fitness Floor and Gym will be open for modified hours, services, access, and offerings starting Monday, May 18. Open Fitness and Open Gym activities will resume at limited capacity, Monday - Thursday, 5 am - 9 pm, and Saturday, 8 am - 8 pm. All other Wylie Recreation Center services will be reactivated in later phases. Senior Recreation Center, and the Thomas and Mattie Brown House remain closed at this time.