Denton Senior Center
Denton Senior Center is a 19,430-square-foot facility with a state-of-the-art fitness room, woodshop, game room, library, and several multipurpose rooms. It is home to Aletha's Craft Store, a shop to purchase handmade items crafted by local seniors, where each purchase gives back to support the Parks Foundation. The center serves as a gathering place for adults, age 50 and older, to enjoy daily SPAN lunches and fellowship, monthly socials and seminars, frequent trips, and special events.
Programs, Classes, Activities & More
The senior center offers an array of programs that includes Zumba® Gold, Tai Chi, dance classes, outdoor recreation, educational seminars, ceramics, and more. Learn more on our Senior Programs page.
Includes a rec pass and access to all rec center weight rooms and cardio rooms.
- One month: $20
- Three months: $40
- One year: $120
Rec Pass & Drop-in Activities
Rec pass is $10 a year for residents and $15 a year for nonresidents.
Special Programs for Aging Needs (SPAN) Meals
- Weekdays at noon
Coordinated by SPAN. Lunches may be reserved up to one week in advance but no later than noon the day before. The suggested donation is $2 for those 60 and older, individuals younger than 60 may eat for $5.
All rentals require a $100 security deposit. Rentals and all cleanup must end by midnight. Tables and chairs are provided and the renter is responsible for setting up, breaking down, and basic cleaning. Alcohol is not permitted.