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1720 Keller Springs Road
Carrollton, TX 75006
Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 8 am to 5 pm
Tuesday - 8 am to 7:30 pm
Thursday - 8 am to 9:30 pm
Saturday - 9 am to 1 pm
Sunday - Closed
The Carrollton Senior Center is located at 1720 Keller Springs Road, just west of Josey Lane. This 17,300 square-foot facility consists of a large ballroom with a wood dance floor, meeting, exercise and fitness rooms, boardwalk piers on the lake, a hiking/biking trail, picture windows overlooking the lake and wetlands, full-service kitchen, and administrative offices.
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.
Fees - 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.
Facility Use Card
* Seniors 70+ one-time fee.
Daily/Guest Fees: 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.
Dominoes, Ukulele, Hand & Foot Canasta, Party Bridge, Ping Pong, Pinochle, Bunka Embroidery, Ceramics, Dances, Close Knit and Billiards
Monthly luncheons are held on the third Thursday every month at 11 am, $4 per person.
Free Monthly Movie is usually held the third Monday of each month. Popcorn and 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 the "Lunch Bunch" 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.
Thursday Night Dances
7 to 9:30 pm, $5 per person
Dance class 6:05 to 6:55 pm, FREE with paid admission
Live band each week
Free refreshments served during break
Must be 50+ or accompanied by 50+
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Dance Club Officers
President - Bobbi McDaniel
Vice-president - Sally Hafner
Secretary - Roberta Hendrickson
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! Click on this link for Senior Softball.
Personal Trainer Info
Senior Advisory Council
Senior Advisory Council members are Gerry Lalima-President, Charles Smith-Vice President, Tina Hager-Secretary, Soon Miller-Treasurer, Casey Childs, Carol Blase, Jean Dyer and Peter Rourke.
The Senior Advisory Council meets the first Tuesday of each month at 11 am. The purpose of this Council is:
Well Curb Installation - click on photos for larger views.
A local piece of history found a new home July 14, 2011, in the curve of the driveway between the Senior Center and the Josey Ranch Library. The well curb has been part of Carrollton for many years and was donated by the Blanton family. Recommendations were made by the Historic Preservation Advisory Committee, the Library Board, the Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee and the Senior Advisory Council. City Council approved the decision to accept the well curb. The best location was determined and Councilmember and local business man, Terry Simons, donated the equipment and manpower to move the heavy concrete structure.
Interview with Marian Blanton, August 6, 2009. The well was located on the Glidewell farm, which was on the corner of Belt Line and Nix, where the Daimler/Chrysler building is. There were originally two identical well curbs* - one by the house and one by the barn. When Marian Good Blanton was born (September 1921), her family lived on the farm next to the Glidewells. When she was a girl of about 12, she remembers being able to hear every time the bucket was raised in the well and always thought it was a pleasant sound. The Glidewells sold the farm. When demolition began, Heavy McInnish (McInnish Park) took the well curb by the house and moved it to property out of the metroplex. Jack Blanton moved the other one to 1501 Francis in approximately 1960. Booker Jackson, who worked for Blanton Grain Company, helped in relocating it, using equipment from the grain company.
* Marian Blanton recalls her father saying the well curbs were poured by a traveling salesman who had that one mold and poured the curbs across the country.
Dance Photos - click on photos for larger view.
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