We offer a wide variety of programs and activities for adults in Brooklyn Park.
Adult educational programs and classes
Recreation programs aren’t just for kids! Brooklyn Park offers dozens of programs, classes, and clubs for all adults. Scroll down to find out about everything we offer!
Alzheimer’s Association of Minnesota
The Alzheimer’s Association of Minnesota is hosting free virtual presentations covering topics related to Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Check back for new dates and class topics
Adult fitness programs
The city offers dozens of classes daily for all ages, abilities and levels of activity.
Daytime fitness classes
- Pre-registration required, see offerings here.
- Daytime punch pass ($50 for 10 classes)
- One calendar month pass ($35)
- Single class drop in ($5)
- SilverSneakers, Healthy Contributions, Silver & Fit Membership**
**Yearly enrollment required
Evening fitness classes
Evening classes are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Hatha Yoga, Tuesdays at 5 or 6 p.m.
- Tabata, Thursdays at 5:30 p.m.
- Restorative yoga, Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
- Register for the session online
- Evening punch pass ($80 for 10 classes)
- Single class drop in ($8)
Fitness room and walking track
Can’t make it to our classes? That’s okay! The Community Activity Center (CAC) has a fitness room and walking track that you can visit any time during business hours.
Have fun and make new friends! Brooklyn Park offers various social clubs and activities for adults of all ages, including book clubs, quilting groups, card games and more!
We offer luncheons for adults throughout the year. Sign up for city emails to get information on upcoming luncheons!
Brooklyn Park offers trips for adults wanting to get away, meet new friends or explore new leisure resources. Unless stated otherwise, transits or coach buses are used for day outings.
- Day trips (monthly)
- Extended trips (offered with Landmark Tours)
- Trips abroad (offered with Landmark Tours)
In an age-friendly community, policies, services and structures related to the physical and social environment are designed to support and enable older people to “age actively” – that is, to live in security, enjoy good health and continue to participate fully in society. Learn more about why Brooklyn Park is one of these age-friendly communities.
Want to help us plan the future of our recreational opportunities? Then you should consider joining our Recreation and Parks Advisory Commission!
Adult sports are open to men and women. We bring more options to you through our partnerships with the Recreation and Park Departments from Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Maple Grove and New Hope. We offer a wide variety of sport programs and leagues including:
- Hockey league
- Horseshoe club
- Soccer (co-rec)
- Volleyball (co-rec)