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Important Dates

Apex Resident Registration: March 21
Non-Resident Registration: April 4

Out and About

 
Apex Farmers Market
Plant Sale Fundraiser

Saturday, April 9th 8:30am-12:30pm
1008 Davis Drive in Apex
 
Apex Touch-A-Truck
Sun, April 17 1-4pm

Apex Community Park
2200 Laura Duncan
Grab your grandkids and a camera. This is an event you will not want to miss. This year we will have over 20 vehicles Including a helicopter! Thanks to UNC Carolina Air Care!
 

AARP Free Income Tax Services

Tues/Thu 10am-2pm
Cambridge Village of Apex
Last day: April 18th

 

Apex Shred Day

April 23rd 9am-noon
Apex Police Department

 
Want to know what else is happening in Apex? Click here
Questions & Comments
Contact us at  919-249-3402 or allie.prelaske@apexnc.org
 

April 2016

April Activity Calendar- click here

May-Aug Senior Program Guide- click here

May-Aug Program Guide- click here

Apex Seniors website- Click here

Register online: www.apexnc.org/peakconnect


Community Center News

I am starting fall class/trip/program planning. Do you have a good idea for a program, special event or trip? Please share them with me. Send me an email, drop me a note in my mailbox or come chat with me in my office. Allie.prelaske@apexnc.org

 
New classes starting this month

Cake Decorating 101: 1-3pm
April 20 and 27   $18(R)/$28(NR)


Free Senior Tennis Clinic:
9:30-10:30am at Apex Community Park

 

Thursday April 14: Potluck Luncheon 
11:15am -12:30pm

Please bring a covered dish to share. Help support the Western Wake Crisis Ministry by bringing any non-perishable food items or toiletry products.
 

Friday, April 15: SAS Show Choir Performance

Free tickets available at the Apex Community Center or Halle.
Come to the Halle and enjoy a performance by VocalMotion, the SAS show choir. This year’s 24th annual show, Light Up the World!
For more information click here.

 

Friday, April 15: Friday Flicks 10:50am-1pm

Flash Back Friday: How to Steal a Million
Come in from the heat and watch a movie with friends and enjoy free popcorn!
How to Steal a Million: Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole.
Charles Bonnet (Hugh Griffith) expresses his passion for art by forging masterpieces -- and selling them at a hefty profit. The trouble starts when his reproduction of a prized sculpture winds up in a famous Paris museum. If experts determine that it is inauthentic, Bonnet's reputation will be tarnished. That's why his fetching daughter, Nicole (Audrey Hepburn), hires cat burglar Simon Dermott (Peter O'Toole) to steal the sculpture back before it's too late.

 

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