City Hall - Clayton, NC
For Residents

 

Senior Programs


SR. BINGO

  • Third Monday of each Month 
  • 11:00 am
  • Heritage Court Apartments

 

  • Third Friday of each Month
  • 10:00 am
  • Clayton Senior Center (303 Dairy Road, Clayton) 

Prizes are awarded to winners.


Senior Games

JOHNSTON COUNTY SENIOR GAMES

March 31 - April 11, 2014

  • Opening Ceremonies - April 1st - Clayton High School
  • SilverArts - April 10 - Smithfield Recreation & Aquatic Center
  • Closing Ceremonies - April 11 - Johnston County Wildlife Club - Smithfield
  • 2014 Official Entry Form - deadline is February 28

Senior Games is a health and fitness program for adults age 50 and over and consists of over 30 athletic events which include shuffleboard, horseshoes, track & field, walking, etc. Registration forms and a list of scheduled clinics to prepare for the athletic events is available at the Parks & Recreation office.

SilverArts includes:

  • Visual (acrylics, drawing, photography, etc.)
  • Heritage (quilting, knitting, needlework, etc.)
  • Literary (essays, poems, short stories, life experiences)
  • Performing (comedy/drama, vocal, dance, instrumental)


SENIOR CITIZEN DAY

  • Friday, May 17
  • 10 am - 1 pm
  • The Clayton Center

Entertainment, food, door prizes and more. For more information call 919-553-1555.


STATE FAIR TRIP

  • Tuesday (Sr. Citizen Day)
  • 8am (departure time from Parks & Recreation office)
  • Approximately 4pm (return time to Parks & Recreation office)
  • Call to register you spot on the van.  Space is limited.
  • Registration dates TBA 

Tai Chi Chaun

  • Tuesday & Thursday 
  • Morning classes run 10-11am at Clayton Community Center 715 Amelia Church Rd
  • Evening classes run 7-8pm at The Clayton Center  111 E. Second St Rm 300
  • New classes begin the 1st of each month
  • $30/resident or member
  • $45/non-resident   
  • Instructor, Michael Liaudatis 
  • Class size is limited to 15 students

 

 In TAI CHI CHUAN learn the ancient Ba Shi Ba system of Tai Chi and Chi Gung for health, longevity, balance and flexibility. The low impact nature of Tai Chi makes it an ideal exercise for SENIORS