Older Women's Network's October activities

Published 10:00am 28 September 2022

Older Women's Network's October activities
Words by Jodie Powell

The Mitchelton Branch of the Older Women's Network has a host of events planned for October.

Convenor Judith Heindorff says the group, which has been meeting across the Moreton Bay Region and Brisbane’s north for more than 20 years, meets formally and informally throughout each month.

They meet in a friendly, social atmosphere, aiming to provide information to women relating to a healthy outlook on ageing and are part of a state-wide organisation with groups in three states as well as a national branch.

What’s happening

Tuesday, October 4: Meet for a techno coffee catch-up at 10am at Kakawan Coffee, Bunya Community Centre, Jinker Track.

Saturday, October 8: Join the Older Women’s Network for lunch at Arana Leagues Club at noon.

Tuesday, October 11: Catch up for coffee at Cafe Lagarto in Samford Valley at 10am.

Saturday, October 15: There’s another coffee morning, this time at Birds & Bees, Everton Hills from 10am.

Tuesday, October 18: Meet at Café 63 at Stafford City from 10am for tech insights over coffee.

Wednesday, October 26: The monthly meeting is on from 10am at the Arana Leagues Club’s Panther’s Den (cost $5), followed by lunch.

For more information phone Judith on 0431 159 921.

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