Northern Wake Senior Center
The Northern Wake Senior Center, 235 E. Holding Ave., offers adults age 55 and older a full schedule of recreational activities, such as aerobics, line dancing, ballroom dancing, wood carving, painting, and craft making.
The center also provides several social events each month, as well as educational classes on subjects including computers and ceramics and clay.
Resources for Seniors
Programming at the Northern Wake Senior Center is provided by Resources for Seniors, Inc. The organization serves senior and disabled adults in Wake County by providing home- and community-based services and information, thereby allowing them to maximize their choices for independence, comfort, safety, security and well-being.
Through its commitment to excellence in service and care for individuals and their families, Resources for Seniors provides information and support for decision-making, and also direct services such as home care, adult day care, senior centers, home repair, and more.
To subscribe to the Northern Wake Senior Center's weekly newsletter, email Jennie Griggs.
Blood Pressure Checks & Medication Management Classes
First Monday and Thursday
The blood pressure checks and medication management classes are free, and no registration is required. For more information, email Dr. Casey Baldwin.
Directions to the NWSC
From Raleigh: take Capital Boulevard North. Turn right onto US 1A. Turn right onto East Holding Avenue. Cross the railroad tracks. Center is on the left across from the post office.
Senior Center Renovation & Expansion
In June 2018, construction on a new and improved 18,000-square-foot facility began. The center re-opened on February 3, 2020.
In addition to an expanded site area, more than 50 new parking spaces and an additional driveway entrance/exit, the renovated and expanded NWSC includes a new entrance vestibule, the addition of exercise and multi-purpose rooms and the replacement of the roof.
A 2014 Wake Forest Bond Referendum initiative, the NWSC renovation and expansion was completed in February 2020 at a total cost of approximately $4 million.