Seven days for seniors

SENIORS Week, now in its 52nd year, will feature more than 700 events throughout NSW this week.

“Seniors Week acknowledges the contribution of our seniors to community life,” said NSW Minister for Ageing Paul Lynch.

“But the week also encourages seniors to learn something new and continue to live life to the full.”

Here’s a list of some of the local events this week.

MONDAY– Free lunch and entertainment at Red Rock Bowling and Recreation Club. From noon. Phone 6649 2729 for bookings.

TUESDAY– Interrelate Being a Grandparent seminar. From 10am until 1pm. Phone 6659 4150 for bookings or more information.

• Technoseniors 2010. 10pm until noon Basic Computers and 1pm until 3pm Digital Photography. Bowraville CTC, 39 High Street, Bowraville. Free, phone 6564 7420 for bookings.

WEDNESDAY– First Avenue Sawtell Cinema special seniors showing of Bran Nue Dae at 2.30pm. $3 entry (must show seniors card).

THURSDAY – The Jetty Theatre presents The Flying Pieman at 11am. $10 (must show seniors card). For bookings phone 6652 8088.

• Technoseniors 2010. 10am until noon, Internet Searching and Online Safety and 1pm until 3pm, Social Networking including Facebook. Bowraville CTC, 39 High Street, Bowraville. Free, phone 6564 7420 for bookings.

SATURDAY– Bus trip to Trial Bay, includes morning tea and lunch. $30 and bookings can be made at Sawtell RSL or level 1, Rigby House.

SUNDAY – Pet Porpoise Pool shows: 6650 2945.



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