Senior Center

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1720 Keller Springs Road Senior 1
Carrollton, TX 75006
Phone: 972-466-4850
Fax: 972-466-4854

Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 7 am to 5 pm      
Tuesday - 7 am to 7:30 pm
Thursday - 7 am to 9:30 pm
Saturday - 9 am to 1 pm
Sunday - Closed  

 

 

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The 22,500 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. 

Short Facility Survey

Short Activity/Class Survey

Annual memberships are valid one year from purchase date. One membership is required for each person. Proof of residency and age is required. Farmers Branch residents are same price as Carrollton residents. Farmers Branch Senior Center treats Carrollton citizens as residents. Click here for membership packet.

Membership Fees

 

Resident

Non-Resident

Individual Memberships

12 month

3 month

12 month

3 month

Senior (50-59)

$25

$9

$40

$15

Senior (60-69)

$15

$6

$30

$11

Senior (70+)*

$10

N/A

$25

N/A

* Seniors 70+ one-time fee

Replacement Card $5

 

Daily admission will be granted to residents (proof of residency required) and non-residents, and allows access to the entire facility for the day purchased. Guest passes are for first time visitors only, applicable upon their first visit. 

Guest Passes

Daily Passes

Fees

First Time Visit is FREE Senior 50+ Resident

$2

 First Time Visit is FREE  Senior 50+ Non-Resident

$5

Senior Sampler

  • Senior Sampler - January/February 2018 
  • Senior Sampler - November/December 2017 
  • Senior Sampler - September/October 2017 
  • Senior Sampler - July/August 2017
  • Senior Sampler - May/June 2017
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    Daily Activities

    Time 

    Monday

    Time

    Tuesday

     7 am
    9 am
    9 am
                9:30 am
    10 am

    10 am

    10 am
               11 am
        1 pm
               1 pm

     

    Walking
    Dominoes
    Aerobics/$2
    Knit & Crochet Groupies

    Tai Chai/$
    H&F Canasta

    Better Balance
    Yoga/$3
    Ping Pong

    Cribbage

    7 am
    8:30 am
    9 am
    9 am
    10 am

    12 pm
    1 pm

    1 pm
    1 pm
    1 pm

    5:30 pm

    Walking
    Functional Fitness/$2
    Ceramics/$
    Dominoes
    Stretch/$2

    Skip-Bo

    Ping Pong
    Line Dance/$
    Fun Chair Volleyball

    Team Chair Volleyball
    Guitar Sessions

     Time

     Wednesday

     Time

     Thursday

     7 am
              9 am
    9 am
    10 am
    10:30 am
               12:30 pm
    1 pm

    2:30 pm

    Walking
    Dominoes
    Aerobics/$2
    Tai Chi/$
    Bingo/$

    Pinochle
    Line Dance

    Drama Group

    7am
    8:30 am
    9 am
    9 am
    10 am

    11 am

    12:30pm
    1 pm
                1 pm

     1 pm

    2 pm

    6:05 pm

    7 pm

    Walking
    Functional Fitness/$2 
    Dominoes
    Scrabble
    Stretch/$2

    Better Balance

    Skip-Bo
    Bridge 

    Fun Chair Volleyball

    Mahjong 

    Bunka

    Dance Lessons

    Dance/$

     Time

     Friday

     Time

    Saturday 

     7 am
    9 am
    9 am
    9 am
                9 am
    10 am
    11 am

    12:30 pm
    1 pm

    Walking
    Dominoes
    Aerobics/$2
    Painting
    Scrabble
    H&F Canasta
    Yoga/$3
    Pinochle

    Volleyball Team Practice

    9 am

     

    Ping Pong

    Monthly Activities

    Monthly luncheons are held on the third Thursday every month at 11 am, $4 per person.

    Free Monthly Movie is held the third Monday of each month. Refreshments are served.

    Join "SOT"(Seniors on Tour) to discover the exciting places Carrollton and the State of Texas have to offer. Outings always include much laughter, a stop for lunch and occasionally an overnight stay. Trips are always escorted by a Senior Center staff member.

    Travel with "Out to Lunch" for outings to a new restaurant the second Friday each month for only $3 plus your meal.

    The Senior Advisory Council sponsors a Hot Dog Day the second Wednesday of each month. $2 buys a hot dog with all the fixins', chips, drink and dessert.

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    Thursday Night Dances

    7 to 9:30 pm, $5 per person
    Dance class 6 to 6:55 pm, Free with paid admission
    Live band each week and free refreshments served during break
    Free refreshments served during break
    Must be 50+ or accompanied by 50+

    DAte BAND
    January 11  City Lights, Country Western 
    January 18 DFW Music Makers, Ballroom 
    January 25 High Caliber, Country Western 
    February 1 Doc Gibbs, Variety 
    February 8  City Lights, Country Western 
    February 15  DFW Music Makers, Ballroom 
    February 22  High Caliber, Country Western 

    Dance Instructor - Dave Power 

    Dance Club Officers

    President - Joe Yeargan
    Vice-president - Lynda Avon-Munoz
    Secretary - Mary Lou Vann
    Treasurer - Matt Karimi

    Health & Fitness

    Enjoy Yoga and Body Blast Core strengthening, walking, Tai Chi classes, stretch and aerobic classes, six treadmills, five recumbent bicycles, three elliptical trainers, a rowing machine and weight machines for all the muscle groups, including free weights. Be sure to check out our newly expanded fitness rooms!

    Personal Trainer Info 

    Helpful Information

    Senior Advisory Council

    Senior Advisory Council members are Gerry Lalima - President, Jim Rogers - Vice President, Nancy Tiegreen- Secretary, Vacant - Treasurer, Peter Rourke - Welfare Liaisons, Charles Smith, and Carrie Solley.

    The Senior Advisory Council meets the first Tuesday of each month at 11 am.

    The purpose of this Council is:

    • To act in an advisory capacity to the City of Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department and the Leisure Services staff
    • To work toward improvement of the senior facilities and services such as the Senior Center, transportation, senior contact and assistance and other items of senior interest
    • To encourage cooperation and interaction with other senior organizations
    • To act as a forum for the discussion of issues raised by seniors
    • To encourage all seniors to take an active interest and to participate in the programs and activities of the center
    • To make the center a place of learning, activity, friendship and entertainment
    • To publicize the activities of the center and aggressively recruit and welcome all eligible citizens of the community to the center
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