Thursday, October 22, 2020

Join Latin Dance Classes at the Senior Activity Center

Ready to add a little spice to your week? If you’re 55 and better and looking for something fun to do that keeps you active the Senior Activity Center is offering Latin Dance Classes on Wednesday, February 10 and Wednesday, February 24 from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. The classes are great for our Seniors who love to dance and stay active and according to participant Joe Benavides, the classes “make me feel younger.”

So put on your dancing shoes and join the Senior Activity Center for Latin Dances Classes. For more information on these and other classes, visit the Senior Center website at www.SouthlakeSeniorCenter.com or call 817-748-8315.

Active adults stay fit at the Southlake Senior Activity Center

It’s not all bingo and bridge at the Southlake Senior Activity Center! Many members are staying active by participating in movement and fitness classes on a regular basis.

The Southlake Senior Activity Center has just released a new video highlighting participation of some of the fitness classes offered over the past year. The video features testimonials from members and visitors.

The Southlake Senior Activity Center will be relocating to The Marq Southlake with a Grand Opening on Monday, December 14 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.  The new Senior Activity Center will continue to offer current fitness classes as well as new opportunities for those who are 55 and better to stay active beginning in the new year.

For more details on these and other events, activities and classes available at the Southlake Senior Activity Center, visit: www.SouthlakeSeniorCenter.com or call 817.748.8315.

The Fall 2015 Southlake Scene is now available – and you won’t believe your eyes!

Fall 2015 Southlake SceneThe Southlake Scene has a whole new look this fall! The City of Southlake Community Services Department has spent some time over the past couple of months developing a new look and feel for the Southlake Scene and they are looking forward to hearing your feedback.  Along with the new design, readers can check out a small section on the inside cover that features 5 things you might not know about Southlake’s new Mayor, Laura Hill!

As anticipated, the Fall Scene gives readers the opportunity to mark their calendars for upcoming events in Southlake while simultaneously signing their kids up for fall and winter programs, athletics and camps!  Readers can get details on The Marq Southake, Monster Mash, Oktoberfest, Naturally Sweet and of course Home for the Holidays!  They can learn about family events like Haunted Family Campout, Masterworks Concert Series and Apex Arts League shows. There is also information about Holiday Break Camp Mania for parents along with other programs, including a new Plano Children’s Theatre assortment of acting, dance and music classes. Also new this fall is an Outdoor Survival Series which offers kids ages 10-14 the chance to learn some ultimate survival skills!

Fall wouldn’t be fall without sports right? Be sure to check out details on the newest flag football program in Southlake called Under the Lights; the City has partnered with Under Armour to bring kids in 1st through 6th grade an exciting new co-ed flag football program! There is also a new youth soccer program for young kids ages 2 – 6 called British Soccer Team Clinic, be sure to check it out if you have a little one who’s ready to tear up the field!

As usual, you can view important information about Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve, upcoming events and programs at the Southlake Senior Center, Library and much more!

View and print the NEW Fall 2015 Southlake Scene online now!

For more information or questions about information found in the Southlake Scene please contact the City of Southlake Community Services Department at 817.748.8019.