T.E. Harman Center

Registration Portal

Our new registration portal allows you to continue to register for recreation programs from home, save payment information, receive text updates about class schedule changes, waitlist, pay open balances and more! 


The T.E. Harman Center is home to a variety of programs and daily activities tailored to senior adults 50 years of age and older.

Whether you're wanting to relax with a book, enjoy a game of pool or have a friendly competition with new friends at Scrabble or Bingo, the T.E. Harman Center is the place to be!

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday

Activity Schedule

From guitar class to yoga to dance and calligraphy, we've got a large variety of activities lined up each day at the T.E. Harman Center. Want to see next month's activities? Check out the January calendar here.

Contact Us

  1. 226 Matlage Way
    Sugar Land, TX 77478
    Ph: 281-275-2893 | Fx: 281-275-2360


  • Fitness room with treadmills and weights
  • Spacious outdoor patio 
  • Beverage Bar (coffee, tea and hot chocolate)
  • Lobby area with pool tables and shuffle board table
  • Board games & puzzles
  • Full-size kitchen
  • Monthly Bingo 
  • Kindles, books & magazines
  • Daily activities & classes

Membership & Policies

Participation in classes and activities at the T.E. Harman Center requires an annual membership.

2024 Annual Membership Rates:

Residents: $12.25      Non-Residents: $184.50

Learn more about the center's membership guidelines and policies here.

About T.E. Harman

The T.E. Harman Center is named after T. E. Harman, who was elected as the first Mayor of Sugar Land on Dec. 15, 1959. He served for two terms, from 1959-1961 and 1964-1968.

Harman was responsible for many groundbreaking accomplishments while Mayor, including the creation of a city council building, plumbing and electricity codes, the city police force and a comprehensive plan in 1961 that paved the way for zoning.

"Times will change and we must make room for progress." 
- T.E. Harman 

Mayor T.E. Harman