Celebrate Senior’s Week is the message from Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC), with events planned throughout the region.
TRC Chair of the Tourism and Events committee said this year’s senior’s concerts will shake, rattle and roll you with the flip, flop and fly of Memphis Moovers.
“This year, Council has the bold ambitions to celebrate a Queensland for all ages with five morning teas and concerts as part of Seniors Week across our stunning region,” Cr McDonald said.
“Seniors Week is an opportunity for people of all ages to get together and celebrate the valuable contributions of older people.
“This year Queensland Seniors Week will be celebrated from 17–25 August, Cr McDonald said.
“Each of the Toowoomba Region’s free events will begin with a morning tea at 9.30am.
“So get your grooves movin’ with the Memphis Movers at the concerts this Senior’s Week.
“While you are at it, grab the opportunity to join with people of all ages and backgrounds and celebrate a ‘Queensland for All Ages’.”
This year’s events include:
19 August, Clifton Co-op Hospital.
20 August, Millmerran Cultural Centre.
There will be a free bus travelling from Cecil Plains Library at 9.00am and Pittsworth Pioneer Village at 8.45am and stopping at Brookstead Community Hall at 9.10am.
21 August, Crows Nest Community Centre.
There will be a free bus travelling from Highfields Cultural Centre at 9.00am.
22 August, Oakey Cultural Centre
23 August, Cooyar Community Hall.
There will be a free bus travelling from Yarraman Bowls Club at 9.00am.
Doors open 9.30am and all events include morning tea. Bookings essential, call 131 872 and quote ‘Seniors Week 2019’.