December’s holiday events promise a jolly good time for adults 55 and older

By Kelli Nesbitt, Parks & Recreation Department Marketing Coordinator

We take personal joy in offering Brazos Valley residents a holiday experience that doesn’t seem to rewrite the classic “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.”

The Parks & Recreation Department invites adults 55 and older to free and festive holiday-themed events in December. We’ll dance merrily, be jolly in fellowship, and deck the halls with boughs of holly!

Admission is free, and registration isn’t required. Light refreshments will also be served.

Holiday Open House
Wednesday, Dec. 7 • 10 a.m.-noon

Join us at the Meyer Senior and Community Center for holiday treats, learn about our senior programs, take photos with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, and more.
Holiday Party
Friday, Dec. 9 • 6:30-10:30 p.m.
Put on your casual Christmas attire for a night of holiday cheer featuring food, fellowship, and joyful music at the Lincoln Recreation Center.
Winter Dance & Games
Friday, Dec. 16 • 6-9 p.m.
Shine your shoes for an evening of dancing, raffle prizes, and board games at the Southwood Community Center.

The Meyer Senior and Community Center, Lincoln Recreation Center, and Southwood Community Center are gathering spaces for adults 55 and older to participate in fun activities such as line dancing, arts and crafts, book club, bingo, 42 dominoes, and more.

Beginning in January, the annual membership cost is $27 for residents and $32 for non-residents. In addition, daily fees are available, starting at $3 a day for residents or $5 for non-residents.

For more information about events and programs, visit cstx.gov/seniors or call 979-764-6371.

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Kelli Nesbitt has served the Parks & Recreation Department for 17 years, the last nine as marketing coordinator. A native of Bryan, she earned a bachelor’s degree in health & kinesiology from Sam Houston State.

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