Springmoor is

a fun-filled calendar

  • Oct 14
    10:00 am
    Grocery Run – Trader Joe's

    Hop on the Springmoor bus and take a trip to a local (and national) favorite, Trader Joe’s. Stock up on your favorite groceries or produce, or even enjoy a coffee or brunch snack in the café. For those who can’t make it, use of a shopping assistant is available for a small fee.

  • Oct 14
    2:30 pm
    Residents' Association Meeting – "Birds and Blooms"

    Guest speaker Christina Harvey, active birder and member of the Wake County Audubon Society, will share how we can encourage bird populations around Springmoor’s 43-acre campus. She will also give some overall points about birds and their relationship with the planet. The business section of the Residents’ Association meeting will begin at 3 p.m., while…

  • Oct 14
    7:30 pm
    Dementia Support Group

    If you or a loved one have had your life touched by dementia, join us for our dementia support group. You will find connection and support in our group of community members, Springmoor chaplains, and social workers.

  • Oct 15
    8:00 am
    Trip to Sylvan Heights Bird Park

    Come along as we explore the 18-acre park that’s home to more than 2,000 ducks, geese and exotic egg layers. The Sylvan Heights Bird Park features birds from almost every continent, including rare birds like peacocks, flamingos and toucans. Visitors can even feed the birds in the special Landing Zone with a seed stick. Afterward,…

  • Oct 16
    2:00 pm
    Crafting – Apple Centerpiece

    Fall is in the air and it is time for fall decorations! Join the Wake County Extension Master Gardeners Volunteers to create a fun, creative centerpiece that will brighten up your table and bring the spirit of Autumn to your home.

  • Oct 16
    3:00 pm
    Lecture Series: The History of the United States

    This edition of The Great Courses’ lecture series on the history of the U.S. includes two interesting episodes, each 30 minutes in duration. The episodes shown in this session will explore Environmentalism, and Religion in Twentieth-Century America.

  • Oct 17
    10:00 am
    Grocery Run – Harris Teeter

    Hop on the Springmoor bus and take a trip to a local favorite, Harris Teeter. Stock up on your favorite groceries or produce, or even enjoy a coffee or brunch snack in the café. For those who can’t make it, use of a shopping assistant is available for a small fee.

  • Oct 17
    11:15 am
    Out to Lunch – Schuckers

    With a wide range of foods, including top-quality seafood, attendees will enjoy a trip to Shuckers in Wake Forest. Please make reservations for this trip by October 15.

  • Oct 18
    7:45 am
    Trip to the North Carolina State Fair

    Come enjoy all the exhibits, sights & food. Special exhibits include: Antique Farm Machinery, Field of Dreams, Flower & Garden Show, Got to Be N.C. Agriculture, Heritage Circle, State Fair Ark Animals, Village of Yesteryear, Wildlife Resources Commission and much, much more! Admission is free for seniors!

  • Oct 18
    10:00 am
    NSCU OLLI: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Greatest Musical

    As part of Springmoor’s Lifelong Learning initiatives, we’ll attend a one-session lecture from professor Bob Chapman. Chapman will explore the duo’s portfolio of influential musicals and the impact on society that their art had in the mid 1900s.