Highlights for Seniors Month in Brisbane

Events for everyone during Seniors Month.

Brisbane events

LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance

2 October, 2-4pm

Grange Community Hall

85 Wilston Rd, Newmarket

LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club is coming to Brisbane!

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Gender Diverse, Intersex elders and their allies are invited to this fabulous, free social event.

Learn new dances, and meet wonderful new people. LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club is a regular, safe, joyous and inclusive space for the whole community, elders, allies, friends and family. No dance experience required!

Light refreshments are provided. The social event of the month for the whole rainbow and allied community, by All The Queens Men.

Elders are encourage to book so that they have it in the diary and they can be contacted if the event needs to change. But, Dance Club is entirely free and open access so no need to book at all if it doesn’t suit you. There is no need to print tickets. The organise welcome those who like to lock it in and those who rock up on a whim.

Booking essential www.trybooking.com/CALNU

Seniors Month Lunch

10 October, 9am-1pm

Carina Senior Citizens Club

1 Edmond Street, Carina

Celebrate Seniors Month with entertainment, morning tea, lunch and raffles. $25 Bookings required 07 3395 4636.

Euro Concert

12 October, 11:30am-2:30pm

Kedron-Wavell Services Club

21 Kittyhawk Dr, Chermside

According to Elder Advisory Group, “Music is a great tool for creating bonds among people, cutting across backgrounds, abilities and generations.”

Co.As.It. will organise a Seniors Concert to embody the spirit of social connection and enhance the sense of identity among the CALD community.

The participants will enjoy a traditional European concert that will transport them to their home towns and connect with their childhood and memories, encouraging a sense of belonging.

An information booth with bilingual staff will provide up to date information and registration for weekly activities such as yoga, Latin Dance class, Technology class, Stay Active, Social Outings, etc.

During the concert, the participants will receive a morning tea and gift bags with valuable information regarding different services and activities that Co.As.It. Community Services provide to guarantee the development and wellbeing of the participants in our ongoing programs beyond the event.

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