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Senior Enrichment Center

*Voter registration applications are available for pick-up at the Center.
If you need assistance with filling it out, it will be available. 


Welcome to the Spring Lake Senior Enrichment Center where our motto is, “You’re never too old to have the best day of your life.” We strive to enhance the well being of all who pass through our doors with an array of services, activities and caring staff. All are welcome, so, what are you waiting for? Come, join the community!

The Spring Lake Senior Center is located in a building directly across from the Town Hall on Ruth Street, and is attached to the Recreation and Parks Building.

(If you need directions to the center, click here.)
When the page with the map appears, enter your current location where the cursor is.

The map defaults to our Town Hall,  and the Senior Center is just across the street.

The Spring Lake Senior Center relies on funding from the Town of Spring Lake,  the Mid-Carolina Area Agency on Aging,  and the North Carolina General Assembly.

 The Senior Center follows the same holiday schedule as the Town and it’s offices. 

In the event of closures or early releases due to inclement weather, information will be posted on the home page on here, and on Facebook under Town of Spring Lake, on Instagram, and Twitter.

No appointment is needed:
You don’t need an appointment to stop in and meet us.

Just drop in any time and check out some of the great things we have going on, and if you would like to join us, just fill out your registration form and membership is FREE.
We do ask that you be over the age of 55.

A beautiful paved 1/4 mile walking trail just outside our doors

Diabetes clinic every second Wednesday through Better Health. A nurse is on site from 9:30-11:30. Please be signed in no later than 11:15. FREE

New Computer Lab with printer (must sign in and have a valid ID)

New automatic ball return pool table FREE  (break for lunch from 11:15-12 Noon)

Improved and larger fitness room with two treadmills, stationary bikes, a rowing machine, and more.
(Senior Center membership is required) (exercise at your own risk-no instructor on duty, liability waiver must be signed prior to using the ewquipment)

Bingo is on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:00 NOON ($2.00 for 4 cards)

POKENO on Wednesdays at 1:00 (play for nickels)

On Thursdays, after BINGO, they play a game called Left, Right, Center. (cost is $3 per game)

Sewing room with public machines (we do ask that you are familiar with the machines if you use them,
and you must provide your own materials)

Cumberland County Library offers technical advice once a month for smart phones, tablets, and laptops. Check our calendar for the time and date…..They also have valuable information on scamming, phishing, and other means by which someone may try to steal your information. FREE

Birthday celebrations once a month

Quilting and/or sewing lessons with Leslie Whiten on Tuesdays and Thursdays at NOON.  You provide your own materials. FREE.

Pop up pot-luck lunches and other activities occur monthly. Stop in and see what we have going on!

We are proud to say that many of our members are also participants of the NC Senior Games. In the Spring and Fall our members compete in athletic and artistic challenges against other area and neighboring county members, ages 55 and over.

For more information on the NC Senior Games and their goal, please visit their website.

**please note that any Bingo, Pokeno, LRC, or any other games played are in no way sponsored or endorsed by the Spring Lake Senior Enrichment Center.
The common area of the Center is provided for members to utilize for, but not limited to, such activities. All rules for any games played are written, followed, and/or enforced by the members participating, not the Senior Center.

 In our November calendar, you will find that the Spring Lake Senior Enrichment Center places special emphasis on social interaction, presentations with information on important topics such as health and welfare, as well as programs that may be available to seniors, and lastly, some form of light movement of the body such as walking. 

 *PLEASE stop by and check in with us weekly as sometimes we may have the opportunity to offer a last minute speaker or free class that didn’t make it onto our calendar. 



In August we made some Tye-Dye T-Shirts and it was so much fun!

Special Parties, Inter-generational members, local and state level Senior Games, SilverArts Craft and Performing Competition, a separate local “Senior Club” with annual dues, activities, Bingo on Tuesdays and Thursdays, a sewing room, a computer lab, and free health screenings and diabetes check once a month on the second Wednesday with Better Health, and most importantly, making friends.

Our calendar lists all the planned, coordinated events and activities, workshops,  and opportunities you can plug in to and take advantage of for the month. Stop by and check in as sometimes we may offer a last minute speaker or free class that didn’t make it onto our calendar.

Our monthly calendar gives you the chance to plan when you can participate based on YOUR SCHEDULE.

Let us help you!

We constantly strive to live up to our motto, “You’re never too old to have the best day of your life.” In order to do this, we don’t just view you as another customer or visitor. Instead, you are a part of the family. And here in Spring Lake, we believe in family.

In addition to the multitude of social activities we offer at the Senior Center, we also offer an array of services that cater to the well-being, health and safety of our aging population.

A few of these services include :
– congregate meals (must apply) if you are over age 60 and live in Spring Lake (Program is run by     Meals on Wheels, or CCCOOA, not the Senior Center) They can be reached at 910-484-0111.
– health screenings and a FREE diabetes clinic on the second Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. ( a representative from Better Health is on-site in a private setting)
– access to other social and human resource agencies
– information about services
– assistance as needed

One of our goals at the Spring Lake Senior Enrichment Center is to enhance the lives of those we work with. When we say, “join the community” we mean you become part of a group that is committed to helping each other out. It is a support network, a social network, a resource, a place to learn and feel comfortable. We need you. 

Serving you:

The Senior Enrichment Center falls under the guidance of the Parks & Recreation Department at this time.

Senior Center Program Assistant:  Kris Schara

The Senior Enrichment Center can be contacted by phone, USPS mail, or e-mail.
301 Ruth Street 
Spring Lake, NC 28390
phone: (910) 985-1778 office

Spring Lake Town Directory


The Town of Spring Lake • 300 Ruth Street • Spring Lake, NC 28390 Town Hall: (910) 436-0241 • Water Department: (910) 703 – 8912

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