The NSW Seniors Festival 2017 is on from March 3-12.
The NSW Seniors Festival 2017 is on from March 3-12.

NSW SENIORS FESTIVAL: Get with the program

THIS year's New South Wales Seniors Festival (formerly Seniors Week), on from March 3-12, celebrates all things that bring us together.

Whether that's sharing, caring or learning, the Seniors Festival is a time to spread the news about the wonderful opportunities available to enhance our senior's lifestyle.

This month, staff working on our NSW Seniors publications in Northern NSW, Coffs and Clarence, and Central Coast have been busy compiling information that will put you in touch with the numerous and diverse range of events taking place in your community.

NSW Seniors Festival Week organisers haven't missed a chance to celebrate this marvelous age and beyond.

Through their hard work they have given us the opportunity to stay connected and contribute to our communities through active and healthy lifestyles.

There's always room in life for new experiences. Take a look at the calendar in your area and perhaps take the opportunity to try something new.

Have you ever thought about checking out a creative project, a sporting activity, alternative health or technology? 

Go on, don't hold back, have a go and enrich your life.

If you are running a NSW Seniors Festival event that you would like featured in the editorial calendar of events, please email the details to office@seniorsnewspaper.com.au.

Please include event name and a short description, time, location, cost and contact details.

Submissions should be made by Monday, February 12, for inclusion in the Northern NSW publication, and by Wednesday, February 15, for the Coffs & Clarence or Central Coast publications.

If you own a business and would like to reach the readers of our NSW Seniors Festival features in the Northern NSW,  Coffs & Clarence or Central Coast publications, please phone 1300 880 265 and ask about our great NSW Seniors Festival advertising packages.


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