Adult Programs

There are many different adult programs within the City of Hutto. We are dedicated to offering programs that will benefit the community physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. We will continue to be adding more programs as our community grows. If you have an idea for a program let us know. We can help get new programs off the ground.

Scroll down to view the programs we offer!

Health and Fitness
Experience step aerobics as you've never had before! A fun and exciting workout choreographed to R&B and hip-hop music! Tinisha is a certified Xtreme Hip-Hop instructor. If you have any questions about the class, contact Tinisha at 
  • Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. at Howard Norman Elementary Gymnasium 
  • Select Saturdays at Fritz Park at 9 a.m.
  • $10 per class, per person - Walk-ups welcome! 
  • For more information and to register click here
Are you interested in learning how to roller skate or dance on roller skates? Come take a group class with Tinisha! Check out the class here
  • Monthly classes TBD
  • $12 per class, $5 skate rental 
  • Location: Fritz Park Pavilion - 306 E. Live Oak Street
The Hutto Parks and Recreation Department is happy to announce that we will now be offering Community Yoga. Yoga is great for increased flexibility, increased muscle strength and tone, weight reduction, and many more. This program is open to the entire family of any skill level.
  • Spring 2021 dates TBD 
  • Location: Fritz Park Pavilion - 306 E. Live Oak Street  
Learn to protect yourself with a FREE self-defense class! Led by the Williamson County Sheriff's Office Self Defense Academy, the classes will focus on personal safety awareness and self-defense techniques. Classes are offered for Seniors, Kids, Teens, and Adults starting in January! Pre-registration is required. 
  • Spring 2021 dates TBD
  • Location: Hutto Parks and Recreation Building, 306 East Live Oak Street 


We are always looking to expand our programs. Health and Fitness are important to us. We are currently working on developing new programs such as yoga, Zumba, boot camps, and more. If you have any suggestions or would like to offer a class as an instructor please contact the Recreation Coordinator at the Parks and Recreation office. Please check back regularly for updates to health and fitness programs.

If you have any additional questions please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 512.759.4000 or