The Board of Directors of the Highlands Ranch Senior Club Welcomes You to our Website

Senior Club Board Members: President: Ron Winter; 1st Vice President: Mary Miller; 2nd Vice President: Del Miller; Secretary: Judy Brookhart; Treasurer: Jim Lustig; and Members-at-Large: Sue Frommelt, Beverly Gillen, and Karen Burch

Any person interested in serving as a board member should send an email
to our club address , mail us at Highlands Ranch Senior Club, 4800 McArthur Ranch Road, Highlands Ranch, CO 80130, or email current president Ron Winter at

Thanks for your interest in the senior club. We are located in Highlands Ranch, a southern suburb of Denver. Most of our meetings are at the HR Southridge Recreation Center, 4800 McArthur Ranch Rd., Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Browse this club website for more information and enjoy some of the photos  of past events. If you are interested in joining click on the link to the application below.

If you are a senior, enjoy great luncheons, love music of the 30s-70s, like meeting other seniors, or just enjoy playing card or board games, hiking, field trips, etc., then come join the Highlands Ranch Senior Club, a tax-exempt non-profit organization under 501(c)(3). 

We meet monthly for luncheons (usually the 2nd Wednesday) at the
HR Southridge Recreation Center Wildcat Mountain Auditorium (MAP) and at various times/locations for other events. Great local entertainment is enjoyed at each luncheon. Unless otherwise noted, activities are in the Senior Lounge at the Southridge Rec Center, 4800 McArthur Ranch Rd., Highlands Ranch, CO 303-471-7020.   Senior Club dues are only $12.00 for an annual membership. That will get you two free lunches, which more than offsets your dues. Browse this website or pick up a newsletter at the HR Recreation Centers for more information. For luncheons, we do require an RSVP to enable adequate food planning.  Hope to see you soon ....

HR Senior Club Membership Application (printable PDF)

How many members does the Highlands Ranch Senior Club have?
Current registered members total about 270. Seniors may attend functions and luncheons without registration but the cost for lunch will be more and unregistered guests will not be eligible for the two free luncheons per year. Note: all luncheons require an RSVP whether a member or not

What are the dues for the Highlands Ranch Senior Club?
The yearly dues are $12 for the full calendar year or only $6 if joining during October - December.  Membership enrollment forms are available at the Senior Luncheons and in the Senior Lounge at the Southridge Rec Center.  View and/or print Membership Application Form (PDF file) or contact Mary Miller at 303-683-3268.

What is the Senior Outreach of Highlands Ranch?
The Senior Outreach of Highlands Ranch was created by a partnership of Highlands Ranch Metro District and Douglas County Community Resource Services. Jodie McCann is the coordinator for Senior Outreach and can be contacted at or 720-240-4922. Visit the Senior Outreach web pages on the HR Metro District website for more information on; events, resources, special topic articles and "50 & Better Together" activities,

What Organizations Support the HR Senior Club?                                                                                        
In addition to the list of luncheon co-sponsors, the club extends a special thanks to the following organizations: the Highlands Ranch Community Association (HRCA) for providing a Senior Lounge room at the Southridge Recreation Center and access to facilities for monthly luncheons, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District through the HR Cultural Affairs Association (CAA) , the HR Metro District (HRMD) as a special event sponsor.

What is The Highlands Ranch Historical Society? 
The Highlands Ranch Historical Society provides monthly meetings and a website offering a comprehensive history of Highlands Ranch and Douglas County. Topics cover: the birth of the HR master planned community, cattle ranching and social activities of the 80's, Arapahoe Hunt Club, Highlands Ranch Mansion, Cherokee Ranch and Castle, calendar of events, photos, and recordings of speakers, etc. Meetings are typically held the third Monday of the month at 7:00 pm. View the HR Historical Society Website for more information.

What is the Highlands Ranch Mansion?
The more than 120-year-old building, known as the Highlands Ranch Mansion, is the namesake of the community of Highlands Ranch. The Mansion is open to the public for the community and private events, conferences, tours and educational programs. After an 18-month renovation, the Mansion is a focal point in the community where residents can gather, celebrate and experience the lifestyle of years gone by at this western estate