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Programs & Activities
Monthly Program Calendar
A calendar of programs, activities and special events is made available on a bi-monthly basis. You may pick up a hard copy of the schedule at the Center's front desk or view online.

January and February 2017

Complete Listing of Programs and Activities
The Senior Center offers a large variety of different programs and activities each week to meet the diverse needs of those 50 years of age and older.

Complete Listing of Programs and Activities

Exercise Classes
There is an exercise class for any fitness level and classes are free of charge.

Exercise Class Descriptions and Schedule

Special Events

Spud & Show: Florence Foster Jenkins

Tuesday, January 24
11:30 a.m.
Fee: $2 for the spud

Come enjoy a baked potato and movie starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant about the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the legendary New York Heiress and socialite who obsessively pursued her dream of becoming a great opera singer. Purchase your tickets before January 20.

February Breakfast

Monday, February 6
8:15 a.m.
Sponsor: Robert Dye

Menu: sausage, gravy, biscuits, eggs, fruit, coffee & juice
Entertainment: The Four Horsemen, Barbershop Gospel Quartet from the Christ United Methodist Church

Valentine Tea

Friday, February 10
1 p.m.
Ticket fee: $5

Treat yourself to a special Valentine's Day and indulge in delicious treats and fine tea while you relax and enjoy entertainment featuring, "Harp Essence." Be sure to wear your festive attire and bring your favorite tea cup.

Tickets are sold out. Place your name on the waiting list.

Birthday Lunch

Wednesday, February 15
Fee: $2 Free if your birthday is in February

Enjoy a great Pasta sausage casserole and vegetable meal and help celebrate this month's birthdays. Gifts donated by United Financial Services and the birthday cake is donated by Brookdale at Farmers Branch.