Loads of fun planned for older women in September

Published 5:00pm 10 August 2022

Loads of fun planned for older women in September
Words by Jodie Powell

Step into spring with a suite of activities organised by the Mitchelton Branch of the Older Women's Network throughout September.

Convenor Judith Heindorf says the group aims to provide information to women relating to a healthy outlook on ageing and to meet in a friendly, social atmosphere.

It’s been meeting formally and informally in the Moreton Bay Region and Brisbane’s north for more than 20 years.

What’s ahead for Mitchelton OWN

September 6, 10am: Techno Coffee morning at Arana Leagues Club

September 10, noon: Lunch at Arana Leagues Club

September 13, 10am: Coffee at Cafe Lagarto, Samford Valley

September 17, 10am: Coffee at Birds & Bees, Everton Hills

September 20, 10am: Techno Coffee morning at Arana Leagues Club

September 28, 10am: Techno Coffee morning at Arana Leagues Club to replace monthly meeting due to closure of Panther’s Den

October 4, 10am: Techno Coffee morning at Arana Leagues Club

October 8, noon: Lunch at Arana Leagues Club

For more information about Mitchelton OWNQ phone Judith on 0431 159 921.

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