Seniors events

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Love the Life excursions and seminars

Free webinar - Energy and water savings and rebates

Speakers from the Energy and Water Ombudsman NSW (EWON) and Sydney Water will discuss what help is available from government and retailers, special help for consumers during Covid-19,bill savings, the Sydney Water Bill Assist program leak detection and what not to put down the drain.

The webinar will be held on Zoom., with the opportunity to submit typed questions during the webinar. If you are unable to attend on the day, you can book in and receive a copy of the webinar by email after the event.

Tuesday 29 September

10.30am to 12pm

BOOKING: Book online here or phone 9424 0836

ZOOM MEETING: Join on laptop or tablet

Meeting ID: 921 4778 2847

Passcode: 960658

To join from your land line phone:  Dial  8015 6011 then press #.  Put in Meeting ID: 921 4778 2847 then press #.  Put in Passcode: 960658

October excursions

We are very happy to have re-commenced small group outings to outdoor venues, with a Covid Safety Plan in place. More information about the October outings will be available soon.

Seniors virtual tours and group chats

Take a ‘tour’ to some of the world’s most beautiful and fascinating places, and then join in a group discussion by phone or online. We will provide a website link to the tour, or print and post guide books, and you can then book into a phone or online meeting to chat about each tour. For more information, email us at seniors@kmc.nsw.gov.au.

Week 11 - The Great Silk Road

Take a look at some of the glorious blue-tiled cities of the Great Silk Road. We will explore Khiva, Samarkand and Bukhara in Uzbekistan with their interesting history and amazing buildings.

Book online to join the group and chat about what you have discovered. Zoom meeting login details will be emailed to all on the booking list before the meeting date.

The Zoom chat this fortnight will be on Monday 28 September at 10.30amm, and can be joined from your landline, mobile device, laptop or PC.

Week 10 – Machu Picchu

The Inca city of Machu Picchu was built high in the tropical mountains of Peru during the reign of the Inca King Pachacutec around 1450 AD, and most likely used as his private retreat. It was abandoned during the Spanish invasion about 100 years later, but is remarkably well preserved. Archeaologists have been able to recognise in the ruined city the temples, palaces, workers houses and plazas. The excellence in engineering is evident in the foundations, terraces and water channels that have been used by local farmers since the mid-1500s. Take a look at Machu Picchu History and Pachacutec: Incan Emperor .

Book online to join the group and chat about what you have discovered. Zoom meeting login details will be emailed to all on the booking list before the meeting date.

The one Zoom chat this fortnight will be on Tuesday 15 September at 1pm, and can be joined from your landline, mobile device, laptop or PC.

Services available, staying connected, help for carers and more

On our Useful information for Seniors page, you will find details of services that can help you while staying at home, webinars on dementia friendly communities and help for carers, and exercises that you can do at home.

How to book

For all our events, you can pay by booking online, mailing a cheque, or in person at Council by credit card, cash or cheque.

For all credit card payments via mail, please fill out the Seniors - Credit Card Payment Form (pdf. 611KB).

If you would like to receive information on our events, provide us with your contact details by calling 9424 0836.

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