Senior Programming

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Program fees are shown with $5 early bird discount if signed up before registration deadline. Programs are all for ages 60+.


seniors-on-bus 60+ Discovery Tours

Upcoming tours for those ages 60+ may include traditional favorites like the Payson Salmon Supper, as well as new explorations around the state. This summer we will be visiting Historic Wheeler Farm, The Hare Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Mirror Lake, Hogle Zoo, and the Salt Lake City Farmer’s Market. Stop by and check our calendar or call us for more details. Patrons must find a ride to and from the community center.

Activity prices will range between $10-$30, 25% member discount. Dates & times will vary.


seniors-eating-breakfastMountainland Lunch Services Suggested Donation $3 for visitors over 60
Mandatory Fee $6 for those under 60
Served Monday - Friday at Noon
Must reserve lunch 24 hours in advance (801)852-6620

Lunch Menu

senior-birthday Birthday Parties Celebrate life by coming to the Provo Recreation Center for a delicious meal with live entertainment and cake and ice cream in honor of your birthday. Make a reservation by calling our office the day before by noon.

Ages 60+
Fee Suggested donation of $3 or mandatory $6 for those under 60
When 3rd Friday of each month


Senior Wellness Programs Track Walking Time
Mondays-Fridays, 10:00AM-12:00PM

Senior Swim
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays, 8:10 - 8:50AM

Exercise Coach in the Wellness Room
Come enhance your exercise routine with an individual exercise coach! Get your questions answered and learn how to achieve your fitness goals. Leave your contact information at the front desk and our wellness coach will get in touch to schedule a group appointment.

Fee Free for senior pass holders
Must check in at the community desk for access.

Computer Classes Ages 60+
Fee $20/8 sessions

iPad Basics
T/TH 3:00-4:00PM
Begins June 6

Learn how to use your newest gadget in this course that covers the basics of using an iPad, controlling your iPad settings, and exploring apps that will enhance your life.

Computer Basics
M/W 3:00-4:00PM
Begins July 5

Do you find using a computer difficult and frustrating? Come learn the basics of computers with us! We will learn how to log on to a computer, how to open and use applications (programs), and how to send and check email.

Computer Class II
M/W 3:00-4:00PM
Begins August 2

Does your screen have too many files saved on it? Get help organizing files and photos. Learn how to back up your computer and even have fun customizing your desktop background and screen saver with your favorite photos.


Open Computer Lab Lab hours provide one-on-one help with all your technology questions. (Computers, Cameras, iPods, Phones, etc.)

When Check with the front desk for current schedule when lab assistant is available to answer questions. Usually from 4:00-5:00PM after class sessons.
Fee $2/session or free for those currently enrolled in computer class

Dances Bring your partner or come stag to enjoy a night of dancing. This is a social event where the experience, ambiance, and refreshments will please you.

When First Tuesday, 8:00–10:00PM
$5/ person or $8/couple



Tai Chi Tai Chi's gentle, low impact movements burn calories and increases fitness and mental health.

Free for Senior Pass holders, $2/class for visitors
When Monday & Thursday, 10:30-11:30AM


60+ Zumba Join us for Zumba where Latin and International music get your body movin’ and groovin’ with easy-to-follow dance moves that will keep you feeling and looking younger. Come try it out and invite your friends. You will absolutely love this workout!

Free for Senior Pass holders, $2/class for visitors
When Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, 1:30-2:30PM



gnome Porcelain Figurine Class Express your individuality by choosing your piece(s) and working them to perfection over the course of the class. Newcomers are welcome.

$9/12 weeks Residents, $11.25 Non-Residents
When Wednesday, Thursday, 9:00AM-2:00PM



Book of the Month This class includes a copy of the book of the month as well as a Book Club Guide (binder containing information about the book, author and questions to help stimulate discussion at the Book Club meetings). Light refreshments will be provided at the book introduction meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.

Free For Senior Pass holders
When 1:00–2:30PM
 month book
The Answer to the Riddle is Me by David Stuart McClean
Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave
Deep Down Dark by Hector Tobar
March  Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch 
April  Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy by Karen Abbott

Bingo A game we all know and love. No cost to you, so just come and win prizes!

Free for Senior Pass holders or $2/class for visitors
When Tuesday, 1:00–2:00PM

Informational Luncheons Each month we will hold informational meetings from outside educators about aging-related services and issues. These could include educational sessions about hearing assistance devices, best health practices, medication safety, etc.

Second Wednesday of each month, 12:30-1:00PM
(lunch is served at 12PM)
Suggested Donation $3 for visitors over 60
Mandatory Fee
$6 for those under 60