GOOD TIMES AHEAD: All entertainment acts throughout Seniors Week are free so come along and enjoy these shows, like The Howie Brothers (above).
GOOD TIMES AHEAD: All entertainment acts throughout Seniors Week are free so come along and enjoy these shows, like The Howie Brothers (above).

C.ex Group celebrates seniors for the role they play

NSW Seniors Festival is designed to thank, celebrate and recognise seniors for the role they play and the contributions they make to our community.

C.ex Group has plenty of activities happening across all three venues this year to help our seniors celebrate and to show our appreciation.

C.ex Urunga is offering half-price bingo during Seniors Week from March 3-10. The talented Tim Pike will also put on a seniors show on March 12 from 3pm, plus purchase a mug of coffee or tea for the price of a cup all week.

C.ex Woolgoolga is also offering half-price bingo during the week and will also offer a mug of coffee or tea for the price of a cup all week. The Howie Brothers will perform on March 8, for our Woolgoolga seniors and will be sure to have everyone singing along to some old favourites.

C.ex Coffs has a full schedule for the week, which also includes half-price bingo as well as an art display and competition, Dee Donovan performing some classics in the Entertainment Lounge on March 8 and The Coffs Regional Brass Band in a one-off show on Friday, March 10, in the Vista Lounge.

There will also be information desks available throughout the week at C.ex Coffs providing information for seniors.

All entertainment acts throughout the week are free so we encourage all seniors to come along and enjoy these shows.


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