What’s on in Perth Events for Seniors and Over 55’s in Perth.
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If you enjoy meeting up with other knitters and crocheters to stitch and chat, or want to learn how to knit or crochet, then come along to one of our weekly knitting circles. Learn new techniques, exchange ideas or find inspiration for your next project. Many of the knitting circle regulars knit for charities. Weekly on Wednesdays, 9.30am-noon. Sessions are free and new people are always welcome.Find out more »
This free colouring in group is open to everyone aged 18+ who wishes to spend some time sharing this relaxing, fun and creative hobby.Find out more »
One of Perth's favourite and longest-standing community events is returning again in 2021. The Rotary Jacaranda Festival will feature 140+ stalls, an array of food options and a unique line-up of entertainment and a buzz of excitement that comes when thousands of people come together. It’s an unmissable day out and a great place to kick start your Christmas shopping, supporting small businesses, local community groups and other causes all at the same time! Applications are now closed but if…Find out more »
Have you recently moved to the Town of Cambridge or would like to meet new people in your local community? Join us for a cuppa at the Cambridge Coffee Club for Seniors. ** Bookings are essential. The club meets every fortnight at various locations around the Town of Cambridge. To register your details or for more information contact Cambridge Seniors on 9285 3136 or email: email@example.comFind out more »
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Everyday English at Thornlie Library, Wednesday class Everyday English classes are a great way for people to improve their English language skills and meet new people. Although the format mainly caters for migrants, anyone interested in gaining confidence in speaking English is welcome to attend. Wednesday classes are a mixed-gender class and a women-only class is available on Fridays. Bookings are essential. Contact the library for more information and to reserve a place. Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social…Find out more »