NSW Seniors Festival packed full of fun and games
NSW SENIORS Festival from March 3-12 is packed full of exciting activities.
In the Tweed Shire, check out a country music concert, or The Best of the Bee Gees show at Twin Towns Service Club.
Enjoy a morning tea at the Burringbar School of Arts Hall, try out aquatic fitness, walk the heritage trail at Tumbulgum and try croquet at Murwillumbah.
The full Tweed program can be found at www.tweedseniors.com.
Carrying the slogan "Let's Do More Together", the Seniors Festival includes events featuring everything from
art, music, entertainment and technology, to sport, recreation, health and good nutrition.
There's a wealth of experiences to help stimulate the mind, reinvigorate the body and enrich everyone's life.
U3A Ballina Byron will host a Seniors Expo on Friday, March 3, including educational and leisure activities with displays from seniors' service providers.
Dancing, craft and hobby demonstrations will also be on show.
The free expo runs from 9am to 3pm at Ballina RSL, River Street.
Contact Sue Bell on (02) 6687 7963 for details.
Banora Point Community Baptist Church is hosting a free three-course luncheon and entertainment on three days during Seniors Festival 2017 - March 6, 8 and 10, from noon to 2pm.
Bookings are essential by phoning John Bashford on (07) 5523 1122.
And Tweed Regional Museum is hosting Grandparents' Day on Saturday, March 4, from 10am to 4pm.
Grandparents and grandchildren can enjoy vintage games and dress-ups in the museum courtyard, and reminisce while exploring historical objects on display.
No bookings are necessary for this free activity.
Find an event during NSW Seniors Festival at www.nswseniorsfestival.com.au.