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NSW Seniors Festival 2021

This year’s theme is ‘In our nature’

Nutrition Australia NSW is excited to be part of a number of FREE events for seniors run throughout the month. Come along & learn how nutrition and eating well can benefit you!


These events have concluded.

Please see below for useful resources from these events.

Healthy Eating Seminar @ Sydney Frost Hall, 16 April

Join us with Bayside Council and SHARE SMR Inc for a FREE exercise class and a chat with our Accredited Practising Dietitian on eating well for healthy ageing.

Date & Time: 16 April, 11am – 2pm
Location: Syd Frost Hall

Culture & Care @ Kogarah School of Arts, 28 April

It‘s In Our Nature to celebrate culture through movement and discover new ways to care for our wellbeing this NSW Seniors Festival. Come along and enjoy a free Zumba Session and Belly Dancing Class from SHARE, and a Food & Wellbeing Workshop from us! Bring your friends, family and those in your community who love to celebrate health. 

Culture & Care is proudly supported by NSW Seniors Festival and Georges River Council.

Date & Time: 28 April, 11am – 2pm
Location: Kogarah School of Arts

To find out more, visit SHARE.

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