Enlightening Information and Events
Whether you’re on our Brightmore of Wilmington campus or visiting our namesake town, you’ll quickly learn that there’s never a dull moment. We invite you to review our calendars below to learn more about upcoming events at each of our communities and learn about the latest “happenings” on the Brightmore of Wilmington campus.
What’s Going On?
Please feel free to review our social calendar for upcoming activities and events. If you would like to join us for a particular event, please call our office at the community of your choice, and we’ll be happy to accommodate you.
Monthly Support Group
Monthly Caregiver Support Luncheon - Held on the second Monday of the Month at 11:45 am, this support group is for persons caregiving for a family member. Members of the community or families of current residents can RSVP to Holly Hines at (910) 392-6899.
Brightmore University’s “Armchair Traveler’s” Series opened with its first out of three presentations for the semester with, “Iceland: A 2015 Photographic Journey” presented by Les and Patty Conner, photographers and members of the Cape Fear Camera Club. We thoroughly enjoyed an afternoon of their photos from a professionally guided tour they took in May and […]
Brightmore University held its 2nd class, Up to Date with “A Century of Dining at Wrightsville”:1870-1970, presented by Elaine Hensen, a Wilmington historian. Elaine presented the history of Wrightsville Beach’s culinary past: where visitors have eaten, from the late 1880’s in hotels and guest houses, to the 1970’s in restaurants like The Marina, Faircloth’s, Crystal […]
Many residents gathered in our Country Kitchen for the “Healthy Eating Social”; I think all our minds were thinking alike since the holidays and after eating all our holiday favorite foods we all over indulged in. Our residents were served vegetables such as carrots, broccoli, celery, snow peas, etc., along with some fresh fruits like watermelon, pineapple, […]
The Kempton at The Brightmore of Wilmington had our first book club meeting, and it turned out wonderful; several of our residents gathered around our Country Kitchen table and received the first chapter from the Book, “The Bartered Bride” collection. The Activity Director, Jennifer Alaimo, read aloud as the residents listened and read along. The discussion […]
Let it snow! We might have not had any snow yet this year in Wilmington, however for some of the residents at The Commons that all changed. We made our own personal snow globes. Snow globes full of trees, snowmen, ice, and flowers now can have a beautiful snowfall with just a shake of the […]