Senior Citizen Programs
At this time, the League City Parks Recreation Department is not able to provide transportation to and from our facility for listed activities. All individuals must complete a release of liability prior to attending first class or activity. Membership or Fitness Drop-in is required to participate in any class and/or activity. Always consult your health care professional before beginning a new exercise program. Your health care professional may help determine how to judge type and level of exercise safe for you.
Pre-registration will be required for Pickleball so we can offer equal playing time for all levels and for Water Aerobics due to space availability in the pool. Registration will be first come first serve. Registration opens the week prior to class on Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m. for League City residents and on Thursday at 9:00 a.m. for non-residents.
Pickleball Schedule (Effective May 10- May 21st)
Open Play Schedule
|Gym 1||7 am to 4 pm||7 am to 4 pm||7 am to 4 pm|
|Countryside Pavilion||7:30 to 11 am||7:30 to 11 am||7:30 to 11 am||7:30 to 11 am||7:30 to 11 am|
Intro to Pickleball Schedule
|Gym 1||9 am - 4 pm||12 - 4 pm|
Ranked Play Schedule
Reserved time for USAPA ranked players to play at similar competition level.
Intermediate: 3.0 - 3.5
|Gym 2||8 am to 6 pm|
|Resident Membership||Resident Daily Drop-in||Non-Resident Membership||Non-Resident Daily Drop-in|
|55 years and older||Free||Free||$25/year||$8 daily|
|54 years and younger||$95/year||$8 daily||$145/year||$12 daily|
|Ballroom Only Membership||$25/year||$3 daily||$37.50/year||$5 daily|
Class location: The Ceramic Center (900 TX-3, League City, TX 77573
Date: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month (except November: 1st and 3rd Wednesday)
Time: 1 or 6 p.m.
Class Fee: Residents: $5/ Non-Residents: $35 (per session)
|May Session||April 7||April 21|
|June Session||May 5||May 19|
|July Session||June 2||June 16|
No formal instruction. All ages welcome.
The original dance workout with movements that are influenced by basic jazz dance steps: Jazzercise Lite pairs moderate aerobics with exercises/movements designed to improve strength, balance and flexibility.
The steps are simple and you do not need a dance partner, ideals for singles and non-dancers.This choreographed dance involves a repeated sequence of steps in which a group of people dance line up in rows, facing the same direction and executing the steps at the same time.
Pilates and Tai-Chi come together to strengthen and balance your body.
Pickleball is a paddle-ball sport (similar to a racquet sport) that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball over a net. Pickleball dimensions and layout is similar to a badminton court.
Social Dance Lessons
Dance instruction includes Country, Ballroom, Latin and Swing sessions!
In this class, we have seniors expressing themselves through water media while enjoying fellowship with other artisans. Beginner class is an introduction to water/mixed media.
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This is a dance fitness workout for the active older adult featuring upbeat rhythms in every dance routine. Show aging who’s boss with the Zumba Gold Program. The program promotes a workout that feels like a party while it revitalizes your body.