We hope you will discover a host of activities as well as a broad range of services to assist you in negotiating and enjoying the later years of life.
The Robert and Pearl Seymour Center represents the fulfillment of a long-held dream that finally became a reality. We owe a great debt to Orange County for funding the building and for staffing it with competent and creative people. Below is one of our upcoming special events scheduled for November 13, 2015.
Holiday Fashion Gala
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Join your hosts
Angie Lerner and Ann Holtzman
A Holiday Fashion Gala
The Robert and Pearl Seymour Center, Chapel Hill
on November 13, 2015, 5:30pm-8:30pm
FASHION MODEL FACTS:
Carmen Dell’Orefice is an American model and actress,
in New York, NY. At 81, she is known within the fashion industry
for being the world's oldest working model as of the Spring/Summer 2012 season.
There is something here for everyone: entertainment, wellness activities, and counselors to aid with aging transitions. A full listing of all events is provided on our website and is also available in Senior Times, the center's quarterly publication. You may also subscribe to our Facebook Page and Twitter for up to the minute updates on events and programs at The Seymour Center.
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Participating in the Seymour Center requires no membership fee, though some of classes are made possible by a modest contribution. We are glad you are here, and we know you will receive a warm welcome from everyone you meet.
Rising majestically on the scenic 34.5 acre Orange County Human Services campus, the modern Seymour Center welcomes older adults and offers a broad range of services and programs.
The Seymour Center provides a focal point for older adults to meet, obtain information, and engage in activities designed to enhance their quality of life and well-being while promoting longevity and independence.
Managed by the Orange County Department of Aging, the Seymour Center was made possible through a partnership between city and county government, private enterprise, and non-profit agencies. Since its opening on May 24, 2007, the Seymour Center has attracted thousands of older adults over 55 years of age with the goal of promoting healthy aging and active retirement.