CINEMA NIGHT AT THE SEYMOUR CENTER
Co-sponsored with the Program Advisory Committee, come out on the 2nd Wed evenings of the month and enjoy a recently released movie. Concessions will be available for purchase from 5:30 - 6 pm. FREE movies will begin promptly at 6 pm. If you have movie suggestions, speak with a Program Advisory Committee member for future viewings. These romantic selections will not only touch your heart, but will also make you laugh and cry. Movies are provided through a partnership with the Chapel Hill Public Library, and are subject to change.
- Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! – Wed, Apr 10
TEEN BUILDERS WITH LAILA & FRIENDS
Multigenerational meet ups are now the “in thing” and are super fun! Teen Builders is a unique social outlet created for opportunities to share, learn and develop lasting friendships between senior adults and teens. These interactive connections not only offer a fun atmosphere, but enable each generation to learn more about the other. Take advantage of this empowering experience every 4th Monday. You’ll love it! Light refreshments provided.
Min: 5/ Max: 10
Register by: 1 week prior to each social
Mon, Apr 29 Game Night (323095-02) 5 - 7 pm
SPRING & SWING INTO JAZZ
Put some spring in your step by listening to the Jazz organ duo of Gary Brunotte & George Hindenach. They will perform classic songs relating to spring including the following: April in Paris, Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most, Spring Is Here, It Might As Well Be Spring, Up Jumped Spring, I’ll Remember April, Joy Spring, If You Believe In Spring, plus others. Gary is a graduate and former faculty member of Berkeley College of Music in Boston and has a Masters in music degree from NC Central University. Min: 30/ Max: 80
Register by: Wed, Apr 3
Wed, Apr 10 (323092-01) 1 – 2 pm
AN AFTERNOON WITH THE CHATHAM CHORUS
Get ready for a real spring treat! The Chatham Chorus, a group of friends who share a love of singing, will present a concert featuring music from Gershwin to the Beatles. They say that music soothes the soul, so come and be prepared to relax and enjoy an afternoon medley of songs. As Ella Fitzgerald said, The only thing better than singing is more singing! Meet the choral group over light refreshments after the concert. Min: 30/Max: 80
Register by: Fri, Apr 5
Fri, Apr 12 (323093-01) 2 pm
THE PEOPLES’ CHOICE
Let your voice be heard and ideas shared as we discuss programs of interest you would like offered. Meeting is also for those who would like to teach or lead a class. All suggestions and recommendations will be given consideration. Start thinking and jot down a few things prior to our meeting. Let’s make program magic happen. Feel free to bring a friend or two. Registration required.
Register by: Fri, Apr 5
Facilitators: Cydnee Sims and Paula Morvan
Seymour Center Fri, Apr 12 (313088-02) 10 – 11 am
ORANGE COUNTY SILVER ARTS EXHIBIT
SilverArts Exhibit will be on display Mon, Apr 8 – Wed, May 8 at the Seymour Center. SilverArts is a celebration of creative expression, and a major component of NC’s Senior Games traditional athletic competition. SilverArts unites the athlete and artist in a program that recognizes the similarities of both endeavors: discipline, dedication, and pride in one's accomplishments.
FIND YOUR OWN VOICE SING-ALONG
Visit for an hour with the Find Your Own Voice Singers, local musicians who bring their voices and instruments to create an enjoyable sing-along, featuring American folk and pop favorites, classics from the 1960s--and songs you suggest. Raise your voice in song, clap your hands or just enjoy the rousing music. Embrace Spring by experiencing songs that will lift your spirits! Min: 25/ Max: 65
Register by: Fri, Apr 19
Sat, Apr 27 (323085-01) 11 am – 12 noon