Please note each event’s location and call the respective senior center to register. Passmore Center: 919-245-2015 Seymour Center: 919-968-2070
GOLDEN CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE TEAM
The Golden Classical Performance Team is a group of selected talented musicians throughout NC. Each student has won a plethora of awards in music and various other extracurricular activities. These students have a repertoire of music from varying time periods and styles, allowing them to bring awareness of the vastness of music to many different communities to enjoy.
Sat, Sep 7 (343070-01) 11 am - 12 noon
ART SHOWS – MINGLE WITH THE ARTIST
You will be greeted with a bio of the artist, list of artwork in the show and a beverage and refreshments for the occasion. The artist will be available to share inspirational stories and to answer questions about the show.
CHARRON ANDREWS & DENISE LAUX
Charron is a self-taught artist and physical therapist. She started making art out of things that other people would consider junk. She loves finding discarded things and bringing them home to a new life. In her art, she mostly uses things found in an alley, on the street, in her own trash - or at a resale shop. She believes that all broken things can have a new life if given a chance. She will be joined by her creative friend and Chapel Hill Artist, Denise Laux, who uses the Broderie Perse technique of fabric collage, thread sketching, piecing, raw edge applique, and embellishment in her pieces. An opening reception will be held on Mon, Sep 9. Hostesses will be: Joy Gattis, Gabrielle Tarazzi, and Fung Little with live music by Jimmy Smith. Paintings will be on display from Mon, Sep 9 – Thu, Oct 19.
Mon, Sep 9 (353003-06) 3 – 4 pm
Featured artist: works by ron colville
Ron Colville is a self-taught watercolor artist. He dabbles in other art medium such as oil, acrylic, and pencil but his favorite medium is watercolor. His style is photo realism, as well as impressionism. Join us for an opening reception and an opportunity to meet our featured artist.
Register by: Mon, Sep 3
Mon, Sep 9 (253002-06) 3 pm
CHINESE MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL CELEBRATION
The annual Mid-Autumn Festival is a major celebration in many parts of Asia. The festival is related to the harvest activity and also known as Moon Festival. Everyone is welcome to join our 2019 celebration and check out how people celebrate the festival - and what the importance is. You’ll have fun and get to taste mooncakes, the festival food, and other drinks and refreshments.
Thu, Sep 12 (343031-06) 9:30-11 am
RETROS PERFORMANCE – SONGS TO REMEMBER
Remember the old songs! Join us as the Retros perform the musical hits you never forgot.
“Songs To Remember” will take you on a trip, in 4-part harmony, from the 1940’s (think Andrew Sisters and Bing Crosby), the 1950’s (think Frank Sinatra, Everly Bros. and your favorite “do-wop” groups), the 1960’s (from Motown to The Band to the Mamas & the Papas) and beyond (James Taylor anyone?). Come relive, or learn about, these classic periods of music.
Register by: Fri, Sep 13
Fri, Sep 20 (243068-01) 1:30 pm
IG -TEEN BUILDERS
Multi-generational 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 each other. Take advantage of this empowering experience every 4th Monday. You’ll love it! Min: 5/Max: 10
Register by: 1 week prior to each social
Mon, Sep 23 Paint Night (323095-06) 5 – 7 pm
NATIONAL HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH CELEBRATION
Sep 15 through Oct 15 marks National Hispanic Heritage Month. This is a time to honor and celebrate the heritage of Hispanic and Latino Americans. It also recognizes the presence and contributions of the Hispanic community at the Robert and Pearl Seymour Center. Join us on a journey through Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico through presentations, dances, cultures, and food samples.
Register by: Thu, Sep 19
Thu, Sep 26 (343048-02) 10 - 11 am