Seniors invited to reconnect in Campbelltown

Clay making, nature walks, morning teas, movie events, gardening and games are just some of the activities planned in a packed Campbelltown Seniors Festival program this March and April.

The Seniors Festival runs from Friday 25 March until Sunday 3 April and includes a range of activities designed to get people active, social and having fun and are all free for attendees.

This year’s theme is ‘Reconnect’ and encourages people to get together and connect with their friends or meet new people and enjoy the festival program.

The events include:

  • Wednesday 23 March – Local bird watching at Mansfield
  • Saturday 26 March – A Night with The Bats Milton Park
  • Sunday 27 March – Serenity stroll bush walk at Simmo’s beach
  • Monday 28 March – A Free Movie Screening at Dumaresq St Cinema
  • Tuesday 29 March – Pop up Morning Tea and Tunes at Forum Q
  • Wednesday 30 March – A twilight stroll and refreshments at Campbelltown Community Labyrinth
  • Thursday 31 March – Weave and Yarn (women only) at Campbelltown Yarning Circle
  • Wednesday 13 April – A Clay Soiree at Campbelltown Arts Centre

Plus a whole series of activities at our Library branches including:

  • Friday 25 March – An Author Talk with Nicole Alexander
  • Monday 28 March – English Conversation Group
  • Monday 28 March – Propagation and Germination Workshop
  • Tuesday 29 March – Chess Club
  • Wednesday 30 March – Local History Talk
  • Wednesday 30 March – Board Games and Biscuits
  • Thursday 31 March – Social Scrabble
  • Friday 1 April – I.T & Biscuits
  • Friday 1 April – Sit’ n’ Chat

A number of local businesses and community groups are also running activities and events including the Wests League Club’s Annual Seniors Expo and Social, The Country Women’s Association of NSW Campbelltown Branch Morning Tea, and Campbelltown and Airds Historic Society tours of historic Glenalvon House.

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