Springmoor is

a fun-filled calendar

  • Aug 18
    10:30 am
    Croquet on the Lawn

    Join us for a game of croquet. The wickets and stakes are waiting for you. We always welcome new residents and afterwards, a bite to eat at The Bistro makes for a perfect Saturday.

    South Village, next to the Dining Room. We play every other Saturday morning at 10:30.

  • Aug 21
    8:15 am

    It’s time to go to the beach!

    Join us for a trip to Morehead City and a delicious lunch at Sanitary Seafood Restaurant. You can spend the afternoon on the Oceanana Fishing Pier or walk on the beach. Atlantic Beach is situated on a beautiful barrier island bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and Bogue Sound. The Oceanana features the only ocean fishing pier in Atlantic Beach. The pier stretches nearly 1,000 feet into the ocean which allows for catching a wide variety of fish.

    We will stop in Goldsboro for dinner at McCall’s Restaurant on the way back to Springmoor. McCall’s Barbecue and Seafood Restaurant serves fresh home-style specialties, from old fashioned barbecue cooked on an open pit to a great variety of country vegetables and homemade desserts.

    Reservations are requested by Wednesday, August 15 at 9am

  • Aug 22
    2:00 pm
    Tea Party with Herbs

    Beat the hot August Dog Days of Summer with a glass of fresh mint tea an a snack made with fresh herbs.

    The Extension Master Gardener of Wake County will be here for an herb presentation. They are an enthusiastic group of dedicated and certified individuals who use research-based information to help our fellow residents improve their home gardens and landscapes. There are currently 168 Extension Master Gardener Volunteers in Wake County, a number of whom have been with the program for 10 to 20 years. The Master Gardener Volunteers meet together each month to learn about current, research-based, gardening topics so that they can share what they’ve learned with others.

    Join us in the North Village Auditorium.


  • Aug 23
    4:45 pm
    Wine and Cheese Social

    Join your neighbors for a glass of wine before dinner. We look forward to seeing you in North Village at the Garden Grille and in South Village in the Carolina Room.


  • Aug 28
    10:00 am
    Gregg Museum of Art & Design

    You won’t find a museum like the Gregg anywhere else. A free collecting and exhibiting museum with more than 35,000 objects. They make the art in the museum collection easily accessible to the NC State community and publicbecause they know there’s nothing like seeing “the real thing” up close.

    From 19th century Japanese color woodblock prints to antique North Carolina quilts, their objects span cultures, disciplines and designs. In addition to having the largest collection of outsider art in North Carolina, they collect, preserve and exhibit: textiles, ceramics, photography, modern furniture and so much more.

    Located on the North Carolina State University campus.

    Reservations are requested by Thursday, August 23 at 9am

  • Aug 28
    5:00 pm
    Wine Cellar Tour and Dinner

    The Angus Barn and Wine Cellar

    In June of 1960, the double doors of the now-fabled red barn swung wide, receiving the first guests of novice restaurateurs Thad Eure, Jr. and Charles Winston. What was this mysterious red building perched atop a hill so far from civilization? Unbeknownst to all, that June night many years ago, the southern gentlemen with no previous restaurant experience established both a landmark and a legend far outside of Raleigh where nobody else dared conceive success.

    Join us for a tour of the wine cellar and a delicious dinner.

    Reservations are requested by Thursday, July 23 at 9am

  • Aug 29
    2:30 pm
    Cucumber Party

    How many appetizers can you make with a cucumber? Join us to enjoy a taste of summer hosted by our Dining Staff.

    Cucumbers belong to the same botanical family as melons (including watermelon and cantaloupe) and squashes (including summer squash, winter squash, zucchini and pumpkin). “Slicing cucumbers” are produced for fresh consumption. “Pickling cucumbers” are produced for eventual processing into pickles. Slicing cucumbers are usually larger and have thicker skins, while pickling cucumbers are usually smaller and have thinner skins.

    Garden Grille, North Village

  • Aug 30
    1:30 pm
    Fused Glass Open Studio

    Linda Martin joins us for an Open Studio glass class. Choose from a variety of items to make with fused glass – earrings, bowls, night lights, ornaments and so much more.

    Drop by soon to see the creative arts displayed in the gallery showcases.

    Meraki Arts Studio

    Reservations are requested by Monday, August 27 at 9am

  • Aug 30
    2:30 pm
    Guest Speaker – North Carolina Library for the Blind

    The North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NCLBPH) is a special public library that circulates books and magazines especially made for persons who cannot use regular printed material because of a visual or physical disability. The library is located in Raleigh, but mails materials throughout the state. The NCLBPH is a state agency operated by the State Library of North Carolina as a part of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. It is also a part of the network of regional libraries operated by the Library of Congress National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS).

    Gina Powell, the Outreach and Volunteer Services Librarian for the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, join us for an informative presentation. She has been with the library for more than nine years. Gina received her MLIS degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

    North Village Auditorium