- May 26North Carolina State Crime Laboratory Presentation
This detailed presentation on the State Bureau of Investigation’s Raleigh crime lab will include all six sections: Firearm and Tool Mark, Digital Evidence, Forensic Biology, Latent Evidence, Trace Evidence, and Drug Chemistry.
After our tour we will head to Irregardless Café to enjoy lunch together. Serving Triangle folks since 1975, Irregardless Cafe is an authentic Raleigh experience, offering “Farm to Table” meals sourced from their own ‘Well Fed Community Garden’. Known for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free menus, their eclectic offerings also accent beef, lamb, poultry, duck & seafood dishes.
Reservations are requested by Wednesday, May 24 at 9am. This tour has limited space.
- May 27Fused Glass Jewelry Workshop
Our instructor, Linda Martin will share her talents and expertise with us. This is the second of two sessions of classes.
North Village, Craft Room, near the Pool Breezeway
Reservations are requested by Wednesday, May 10 at 9am
- May 29Memorial Day Celebration
Join us for an Ice Cream Social with your neighbors.
North Village Garden Grill
South Village Terrace Room
- May 30Raleigh Travel Series – Historic Downtown Churches
Join us each month as we experience Raleigh. Parker Call takes us on an adventure of the Historic Downtown Raleigh Churches. Her insight, humor and knowledge of the city’s history is amazing! She continues to entertain us with each trip. The reservation list fills up fast – don’t wait to give us a call.
Reservations are requested by Friday, May 26 at 9am
- May 30Springmoor Presents….Caroline Gregory
Caroline is an experienced entertainer based in Cary, NC. As a singer, her past credits include performing with the group “Colour Blind” where she had the privilege t0 sing the solo “I Dreamed a Dream” on the Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville, TN. As a singer with “Colour Blind”, Caroline also performed at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and The Rose Bowl in Pasadenda, California.
North Village Auditorium
- May 31National Senior Health & Fitness Day
North Village Great Room between 9:00 – 12:00
South Village Wellness Center between 1:00 – 4:00
Call Health & Fitness Director, Kari Richie, to schedule your appointment. If you’ve previously completed a fitness assessment, the fitness staff will have a printout of your scores to compare with your new results. If you’ve never completed an assessment, it’s a great tool to see how you’re doing with strength, balance, endurance, and flexibility. The fitness staff can give you recommendations based on your results.
- May 31Craft Class – Decorative Picture Frames
Paint, stencil, and collage your own decorative picture frame with help and all the materials you need provided. Each participant will have a unique picture frame that is perfect for their homes or a gift for a friend.
Artist, Gretchen Phillips will be here to share her talents and creativity with us.
North Village Craft Room, near the Pool Breezeway
Reservations are requested by Wednesday, May 19 at 9am
- Jun 1Springmoor Presents….Day & Night with Carol Chung and Danielle DeSwert Hahn
Carol Chung, concertmaster of the North Carolina Opera, teams up with Danielle DeSwert Hahn, pianist and music program specialist of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., to bring you “Day & Night!”
Come and join us as we follow, through music, the sun’s journey across the sky, starting at daybreak in the English countryside with The Lark Ascending by Ralph Vaughan Williams, continuing with the rising sun and danse rustique in Eugene Ysaÿe’s Fifth Solo Violin Sonata “L’Aurore,” transitioning to Charles Ives’ musical depiction of a New England afternoon in “Children’s Day at the Camp Meeting” in his Fourth Sonata, before bringing in the night in Paris with Ravel’s Sonate pour violon et piano. There is sure to be something for everyone!
North Village Auditorium
- Jun 2Maple View Farms
Originating in Corinna, Maine, the farm existed at the same location from the time the first settlers homesteaded central Maine in the early 1800s. Bob Nutter is the fifth generation of his family to farm land, first in Maine and now in North Carolina. At the turn of the century, Bob’s grandfather purchased his first registered Holstein dairy cow. Holsteins are black and white, and produce vast quantities of milk with a moderate fat content.
In July 1963, the Maview milking herd and bred heifers were sold. A better milk market and climate for double cropping was found in North Carolina. Within two months the calves, farm families and equipment moved 1,000 miles to the present location. Maple View Farm was back in business milking cows in Orange County, NC.
Reservations are requested by Wednesday, May 31 at 9am
- Jun 5Fitness Hour
Find out how the treadmill and the exercise bikes can help with your cardio-exercise routines. Build muscle, improve balance and add strength! We look forward to seeing you there.