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Seniors Festival 2023

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Seniors are encouraged to attend any of our free events being held in February as part of the 2023 NSW Seniors Festival.

The ‘Wellbeing for Life – Healthy Brain, Healthy Body’ workshop will be held at Castle Hill Library on Thursday 2nd February, from 10am-11.30am. The special workshop will introduce attendees to the six factors of positive ageing and how to be your happiest at any stage of life.

The Movie ’A Man Called Otto’ will be held at Events Cinemas Castle Hill on Tuesday 7th February, from 9.30am till noon. Moviegoers can enjoy a choc top ice cream or water during the comedy-drama, which stars Tom Hanks.

An open day is also being held at historic Roughley House in Dural on Thursday 9th February from 9:30am to 12:30pm. Music will be provided by the Bridge City Jazz Band and Dural Public School Junior Choir, and morning tea will be provided as well.

The theme for the 2023 Seniors Festival is ‘Celebrate Together’, and this is exactly what I am looking to do with our Seniors in February. Events are free for all residents aged 60 or over. For more details and to book your free place in these events, visit The Hills Shire Council’s website https://www.thehills.nsw.gov.au/Upc…/Seniors-Festival-2023

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