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Each spring, local residents over the age of 50 are invited to participate in the Outer Banks Senior Games. Achievement is recognized with gold, silver, and bronze awards and the privilege of representing Dare County in the statewide North Carolina Senior Games with the possibility to advance to the National Senior Games. While the program honors personal and team accomplishments, the Outer Banks Senior Games mission is to promote healthy active lifestyles for seniors in our community.
Requirements for Participation
Senior Games participation is open to those 50 years of age and older who have lived in Dare or Currituck County for at least three consecutive months of the year. To be eligible, you must be at least 50 as of the last day of the current year. Proof of age and residency will be required.
*Certain events may require you to furnish your own equipment, details provided during registration
Silver Arts Categories
Rugs (Hooked, braided, woven)
The Outer Banks Senior Games is presented by Dare County Older Adult Services in cooperation with Dare County Parks and Recreation and DC Buildings and Grounds. The Outer Banks Senior Games are sanctioned by the North Carolina Senior Games, Inc. (NCSG) and promoted statewide by the North Carolina Division of Aging and Adult Services.