Central Coast News
Expo Connecting Seniors with Local Services
The inaugural event, held during Seniors Festival 2020, will feature a variety of stallholders and key presenters from businesses, services and community groups around the Coast.
Mayor Lisa Matthews said the event helps to link seniors to a range of local services.
"Many seniors in our community face challenges and issues when it comes to easily accessing information and resources," Mayor Matthews said.
"There are numerous opportunities in our community that seniors may not be aware of that are available. The Seniors Expo 2020 connects our seniors with a range of services available in our region.
"Our valuable members of the community will have an opportunity to speak with these organisations first-hand, ask questions and gather resources as required.
"Council is committed to connecting people and creating solutions and opportunities where our seniors can participate and live an active and healthy lifestyle.
"Visitors will also be able to hear from speakers on a range of topics that will aid with their day-to-day lives and assist with positive ageing."
Free Seniors Expo
Thursday 13 February 2020
10am to 2pm
Wyong Race Club and Function Centre, 71-73 Howarth St, Wyong
Morning tea will be provided.
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