Sign-up for free seniors expo

Published 5:00pm 17 September 2021

Sign-up for free seniors expo
Words by Nick Crockford

Registrations are now open for the 2021 Longman Seniors Expo which is being held next month.

Hosted by Federal Member for Longman Terry Young, the event will be over two days at two locations to make it easier for residents to attend.

It starts on Wednesday, October 13 is the Bribie Island expo at Bribie Community Hall, 96–108 Arcadia Ave, Woorim, from 9.30am-12.30pm.

Then on Thursday, October 14 it will be at the Morayfield Sports & Events Centre, 298 Morayfield Rd, again from 9.30am-12.30pm.

Admission is free with proceeds from stallholders and sponsorship going towards the Leukaemia Foundation Morayfield.

Products and services

“The expo is an opportunity to connect with local community groups or keep abreast of new products and services geared towards health and retirement living,” Mr Young said.

“The COVID-safe event will feature a wide range of stalls at each location along with sample bags, lucky door prizes, demonstrations and more.

“It offers a window into the incredible array of local organisations run by people who are so passionate and dedicated to making a difference in our region. I hope to see you there!”

The 2021 Longman Seniors Expo is supported by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT).

Visit terryyoung.com.au/2021-longman-seniors-expo-morayfield-and-bribie-island to rsvp or phone 5432 3177.

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