Art, technology and a Christmas lunch are among the events planned in coming weeks by The Hills and Districts Chamber of Commerce seniors committee.
Chairperson Judith Heindorf says the committee drives initiatives to engage the energy and talents of seniors for the Chamber and general community’s benefit, with activities not just for seniors and not just for Hills Chamber members
The Over the Hills Art Group meets each Friday from 10am-noon at the Everton Hills PCYC, with teacher Julie on hand to help.
For more information phone John on 0448 186 115.
Technology Tutor Graham MacDermott is leading a series of sessions aimed at helping seniors tap into technology.
At the Arana Leagues Club on December 14 from 10.30am-12.30pm, he’ll be talking about passwords and safety.
The workshop costs $15 and attendees can stay for lunch or coffee at the club after the session.
Make a booking here.
For more information phone Judith on 0431 159 921.
Get together for lunch
Celebrate Christmas early with a lunch at the Arana Leagues Club on Thursday, December 15.
All seniors are welcome to attend the event, which runs from 11.30am-2pm.
The menu includes a buffet roast with rolls, dessert, tea and coffee.
Tickets are $25 and there’s raffles and a Christmas basket lucky door prize.
Make a booking here.
For more information phone Judith on 0431 159 921 or Leonard on 0417 883 688.
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