Silver Heart Senior Programs

The Angleton Parks and Recreation Department strives to provide a variety of programs and activities for all ages.  These programs will influence individual well-being, including physical health and social and emotional factors, by reaching out in ways that are most effective for each person.    

Seniors participating in a recreational program.
Silver Hearts Newsletter
The Angleton Parks & Recreation publishes a quarterly Senior newsletter announcing trips, special activities and events. Click here for the latest version or pick up a copy at the Recreation Center.  

Silver Hearts Wednesday’s at the Rec Center

There is something for everyone at our Wednesday program.  Drop in and play games (42, UNO, Farkle, etc.), work puzzles, join the craft class, have lunch and end the day with Bingo.  EVERYTHING IS FREE, so join us for a day of fun.  We provide a homemade brown bag lunch but ask you to please register the Tuesday before the program for an accurate lunch count.

Lunch and Learn

Seniors are invited to join us for lunch while learning a little something.  Topics and guest speakers vary.  This program is free but you must pre-register. 


Trips for our seniors are planned quarterly to area attractions, nearby cities and tourist destinations.  Trips require advance registration and fees must be paid at the time of registration.  Trip registrations are taken on a first come, first serve basis.   

Travelers Club

Join the Travelers Club and help plan the monthly senior trips.  There is no registration necessary; just bring your travel brochures and ideas for places you would like to go.  The club is open to those 55+ who share the interest of traveling.  The meetings are held quarterly at the Angleton Recreation Center.

Lunch Bunch

The Angleton Recreation “Lunch Bunch” crew is made up of seniors who enjoy good company and trying new food.  The group meets at the Recreation Center once a month and travel to local restaurants to review them.