Coffee catch-ups, guest speakers and lunch are on the agenda in February for the Mitchelton Older Women’s Network, which also covers the Moreton Bay Region.
Convenor Judith Heindorff says the network aims to provide information to women relating to a healthy outlook on ageing and to meet in a friendly, social atmosphere.
“We get together each week and we enjoy ourselves,” Judith says.
The Older Women’s Network Mitchelton is part of a state-wide organisation with groups in three states of Australia, as well as a national branch and there are Older Women’s Networks in the UK and the USA, among other countries.
What's coming up
Tuesday, February 7, from 10am: Kakawan Coffee, corner Bunya Rd and Jinker Track, Bunya.
Saturday, February 11, from noon: Lunch at the Gaythorne RSL.
Tuesday, February 14, from 10am: Coffee at Cafe Lagarto, Samford Valley.
Saturday, February 18, from 10am: Coffee at Birds and Bees Cafe, Everton Hills.
Wednesday, February 22, from 10am: Monthly meeting at the Panther’s Den, Arana Leagues Club, followed by lunch. The guest speakers will be Helen Wallace and Sun-lyn Lee from the Caxton Legal Service.
Tuesday, February 28, from 10am: Chat all things technical over coffee at the Arana Leagues Club.
Tuesday, March 7, from 10am: Kakawan Coffee, corner Bunya Rd and Jinker Track.
For more information phone Judith on 0431 159 921.
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