Seniors can participate in numerous events and activities.
Seniors can participate in numerous events and activities.

Growing young with a full program of events

IN COLLABORATION with a variety of community organisations and groups, Coffs Harbour City Council is proud to present a program of events for Seniors Week 2017 March 3-12.

Engage your mind, activate your body and indulge your senses with a great series of free and low-cost activities, workshops and events to celebrate.

"There's so much on offer - from live music, yoga, health expos, art sessions, mind-challenging debates, food events, free guided tours of the Museum and up-to-the-minute technology clinics. There's something to appeal to everyone," Coffs Harbour Mayor Denise Knight said.

"This is our chance to acknowledge and appreciate the contributions that the older members of our community make - and give something back."

There are more than a dozen events or activities on offer through the week.

Growing Young Seniors Spectacular, Harbourside Markets on March 12, 8am-2pm: The spectacular will include an art display, spinning and weaving demonstration and calligraphy with Coffs Harbour Creative Arts Group, the Razzle Dazzle Rockers dancing demonstration, chair yoga and Buff Bones classes with HARA Beyond Movement Studio, chess, bocce, Coffs Harbour Brass Band, Marion Grove Ukulele Group, plus the usual stalls.

Taste of Nations for Seniors, Boambee East Community Centre on March 10, from 10am: For a gold coin donation you can meet multicultural members of the community as they share lunch, entertainment, culture and stories. Bookings essential on 66584655 by March 6. Find out more at www.coffs harbour.nsw.gov.au/ seniorsweek


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