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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.

Activity Calendar

Jean Burker: A Born Dancer

Ms. Jean Burker has lived at Brightmore for four years now and is known at the Senior Center as a ballet teacher. At the age of seven, Jean started her dancing career as a tap dancer. Jean and her sister would practice and learn dance together and learned to play the piano. As they grew […]

Creativity in Cooking: Korean BBQ

Brightmore ended the May University Series with “Battle of the Cues Goes Global”: A Korean BBQ Beef Demonstration & Tasting presented by three generations of a food-loving family. LA Times recently wrote “The Best BBQ in the World is Korean BBQ”, but what about North Carolina’s claim to fame? Residents were anxious to learn how […]

The Best Snickerdoodle Recipe!

The Baking Club at The Commons has been baking up a storm.  Our residents decided to mix up a batch of snickerdoodle cookies to share with our friends throughout the facility.  The residents mixed up the ingredients and while we waited for them to bake, we played Family Feud.  Our residents and staff highly recommend this […]

Brightmore University: “Random Destiny” Book Review

Brightmore University starts its three-part author series with “Random Destiny”: How the Vietnam War Draft Shaped a Generation book review, presented by author Wes Abney. Residents joined to hear actual stories told by Wes Abney of lives altered by the draft, including not only those who were drafted, but also those who made major changes […]