Join the walking club for some light and refreshing exercise, take the latest technology class, join in a friendly game of dominos or catch the latest movie or documentary in Club 1034. With activities designed for every interest, we take pride in our exciting calendar of events, and love the creative suggestions brought to us by our residents.
We lead an active and engaged lifestyle at The Village at Gleannloch Farms, and we encourage our residents to always pursue their interests, hobbies and passions, while supporting them in any way we can. Retirement is the perfect time to pick back up an old hobby, or try a new one. Learn a new skill in one of our classes, be inspired by the latest film or be challenged in one of our fitness groups. Your day is your own at The Village at Gleannloch Farms — so what will you choose? To help you get some ideas started, here are a few of our recent favorites:
Discover the quiet, relaxing, luxury living away from the big city — while still being close to all the bustle and excitement. Lose yourself in the many highlights of Houston, or meander the shopping district of Old Town Spring, the Mercer Arboretum or the Botanic Gardens. With exceptional restaurants, entertainment options and sports venues, it’s easy to plan an exciting day trip to Houston.
Locals will tell you to visit the museum district, stop by the zoo or check out the space center. Houston is also home to live theatres, livestock shows and rodeos, along with distillery tours and impressive gardens. Houston offers unique opportunities for every interest, so start planning now. With so much to choose from, we listed out a few of our favorites to help you plan:
The Village at Gleannloch Farms was built on property that once housed an internationally famous Egyptian horse breeding program, Gleannloch Farms. The owners, Douglas and Margaret Marshall, imported Egyptian horses and started breeding with a non-Egyptian horse. For many years, Sakr won more championships than any other Egyptian Arabian. Gleannloch Farms attracted many celebrities including the Shah of Saudi Arabia, Elvis Presley and Wayne Newton, who rode Sakr’s grandfather, Morafic, in one of the Houston rodeos.