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Seniors Festival to roll into the Central Coast in February

The month-long Seniors Festival Seniors Festival will roll into various location on the Central Coast from 1 February. With a host of activities for locals over the age of 50 the festival celebrates the important roles seniors play in the local community.

Highlights of the Festival include the inaugural Seniors Expo, the Grandma Moses Art Competition and presentations from businesses, services and community groups around the Coast.

Mayor Lisa Matthews said the event helps to link seniors to a range of local services.

“Many seniors in our community face challenges and issues when it comes to easily accessing information and resources,” Mayor Matthews said.

“There are numerous opportunities in our community that seniors may not be aware of that are available. The Seniors Expo 2020 connects our seniors with a range of services available in our region”

Seniors Week – Free Theatre Tours at Laycock

Celebrate the 2020 NSW Seniors Festival this February with a sneak peak ‘Behind the Curtains’ tour.

A free ‘behind the scenes’ glimpse of our theatre with exclusive access to the mainstage, backstage, dressing rooms and bio box.

Tours commence at 10am, 11am and 12pm and run for approx 45 minutes each. Groups are limited to 20 people max per tour time. RSVP Essential. Please phone our Laycock Street Theatre Box Office on 4323 3233 to register your interest.

Seniors Expo 2020

Hit the Seniors Expo 2020 to discover a range of services available on the Central Coast. Gather valuable information from a variety of stallholders and hear from key presenters on topics related to positive ageing.

Thursday 13 February 2020
10am – 2pm

Wyong Race Club and Function Centre
71-73 Howarth Street
Wyong NSW 2259

Find out more here

Written by Central Coast Live

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