Ipswich City Council

Seniors' Events

What's on for Ipswich Seniors?

Ageing Stronger, Active Longer - Springfield Lakes

Ipswich City Council in partnership with Able Australia invite you to register for the Ageing Stronger, Active Longer Program.

Learn about and experience a variety of low impact physical activities and how to adopt a nutritious diet.

Date: Thursday, 21 August 2014  - Thursday, 18 September 2014 (every Thursday for 5 weeks)
Time: 9.00 am to 12.00 pm
Location: Springfield Lakes Community Centre, 63 Springfield Lakes Boulevard, Springfield Lakes

Ipswich residents aged 60 years or over and Indigenous residents aged 55 or over are eligible to attend.

The objective of this FREE 5-week program is to increase awareness of healthy active ageing, educate seniors' on the benefits of making healthy, nutritious choices and encourage seniors' to engage in regular physical activity. As part of the program attendees will have the opportunity to experience different forms of exercise  e.g. walking, tai chi and yoga. In addition, participants will be provided with information on a range of health topics including diet, nutrition, healthy cooking, the benefits of exercise and more.

Download Ageing Strong Active Longer - Springfield 2014 Flyer Ageing Strong Active Longer - Springfield 2014 Flyer (PDF, 346 kb)

For more information please contact:

Karri Browne
Seniors & Disabilities Community Development Officer
Ipswich City Council 
Phone: (07) 3810 6646
Email: kbrowne@ipswich.qld.gov.au

 


Ipswich City Councils Seniors' Concert (Tickets available from Tuesday, 23 September 2014)

The Ipswich Seniors' Concert initiative has been developed as a community based program that engages the senior community in the further development of Ipswich Community Life. The introduction of this program was developed by Council in 2002 in consultation with the seniors' community of Ipswich.

Ipswich City Council stages annual seniors' concerts to foster the unique sense of community that defines Ipswich for both residents and visitors. Senior residents of Ipswich are valued and active in informing and participating in local decision making processes that shape and improve the quality of life in Ipswich.

Seniors' concerts provide light hearted quality entertainment for seniors citizens and those with disabilities. The concerts are scripted, directed, choreographed and performed by seniors who also design and create the sets and the costumes. The program content is varied with a balance of music, comedy and visual entertainment and may include audience participation and interaction. The concerts run for approximately 70 minutes and are staged during the Ipswich Festival Week as a featured seniors' festival event.

On Tuesday 21 April 2015, Council will stage 'An Old Slouch Hat' in the Ipswich Civic Centre.

All tickets are $8.00. Tickets available from Tuesday, 23 September 2014

A celebration of the ANZAC Centenary and 70th Anniversary of Victory in the Pacific
10.00 am - Special needs group bookings only (9.30 am pre-show entertainment)
1.30 pm - Public performance (1.00 pm pre-show entertainment)

Book in person: Ipswich City Council Customer Service Centre
143 Brisbane Street Ipswich
Monday - Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm

Online bookings: http://www.ipswichciviccentre.com.au/

(Credit card only. Booking fee applies.)

Phone Bookings:
(07) 3810 6100
8.00am - 4.30pm
(Credit card only. Booking fee applies.)

The Ipswich City Council welcomes applications from senior members of the community who wish to be involved with the Ipswich Seniors' Concert Group. Information and eligibility criteria is available by contacting the Cultural Development Officer on (07) 3810 6652 or wclear@ipswich.qld.gov.au

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