Titanic museum in Pigeon Forge. An educational and very thoughtful tribute.



Tuesday, August 22nd 2:00 p.m. Learn how to put library books on your tablet with Marie Seibel.

No cost. Call to register 828-356-2800


Wednesday, August 23rd 2:00 p.m. 

Essential Oils movie and discussion with Carolyn.

No cost. Call to register  828-356-2800


Just like riding a bike. We had a lot of laughs and a couple gutter balls.




Beverly and Tony video – CLICK TO WATCH


The SRC is looking for artwork from local seniors to display on our walls.
If you have paintings, photography, or drawings that you are willing to share with visitors of the SRC please call Michelle at 356-2813.
We love to show off local talent.


Congratulations to our April/May/June Senior Leadership Award recipients:

Chris Polutta – Butterfly Award

Linda Garland – Gnome Award

Juanita Dixon – Firecracker Award

Apr-May-Jun 2017


We had a great turnout for the 2017 Elder Abuse Awareness Walk.

Thank you to all the community partners and volunteers.





The SRC July/August/September Creative Living book is ready and posted.

You can find it under “Activities/Creative Living Brochures” or click the link below.

Creative Living Brochure – Summer – JulAugSep 2017

We hope you’ll find a class, program or trip that you’d like to join.

Stop by the center or call to register, pay or for more information.


The SRC, Waynesville Recreation and Haywood County Parks and Recreation Joint Picnic was a huge success.

There were plenty of laughs and plenty of food.

We’ll be doing it again in 2018.






Thank you to Barbara Brook for leading a watercolor class at the SRC.

Beautiful stuff.

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Karen McGovern will be continuing Chair and Mat Yoga at the SRC through June.
Thursdays 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Silver Sneakers no cost.
$2.00 per class for everyone else.
Call us at 356-2800 for more information or to register.

We had a nice time at the Carson House in Marion, NC.
Congratulations to our very own, Odile Ullah, Richard Reeves and Mountain Projects.
They all received awards at the NC Community Action Association Awards Luncheon in Concord, NC.
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Thank you to John Chicoine for sharing his paintings with SRC visitors.


 The 2016 Elder Abuse Awareness Walk was a huge success.
We had over 160 people come out.
A big thank you to all the local agencies for their partnership for this event.
Elder Walk 2016

Elder Walk 2016

Elder Walk 2016

Elder Walk 2016

Elder Walk 2016

Elder Walk 2016


That's a great looking van! Photo by Joy Teetsel

Come to the SRC to learn something new or just to have fun :)


If you’re at least 60 years old and are looking for to meet new friends, check out one of

Mountain Projects Congregate Meal Sites.

A small donation is all that is asked.

Center visitors also engage in activities such as: creative arts, exercise, guest speakers and bingo.

Canton Senior Center
1 Pigeon St. 648-8173
Mon-Fri 8-4 p.m.

Old Armory (44 Boundary St.) 452-7029
Mon-Fri 8-12 p.m.

Maggie Valley
3987 Soco Rd. 926-3099 x110
Mon-Fri 9-1 p.m.


The SRC now has an Art Gallery!!

Ginger Szenas’s lovely needlework is now on display at the Senior Resource Center.


New artists and mediums will be featured every month.

Contact us to have your art displayed on our walls.



“Haywood County Senior Resource Center”

SRC van

Check Out Your Updated Ride!

 Let us know where you want to go!!


Click on the “Activities” tab at the top to view our monthly calendar. We’ve got card and game groups, craft and hobby classes, special seminars, and much, much more!!!