THE NSW Seniors Festival begins next week, with Tea Gardens Library getting into the swing of the event with a number of activities for the young at heart.
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“We’re holding two events for Seniors on Friday 22 February,” Carol Johnson told News Of The Area.
“In the morning we’ve got Tai Chi for an hour from 10.30am and in the afternoon we’ve got some hands on lessons for using computer tablets.”
You’ll need to bring along your tablets and smartphones to learn how to become tech savvy.
The session runs for 2 hours from 2pm.
Both events are free, but bookings are essential by going to midcoastlibraries.com.au and clicking on events.
Now that the school holidays are over, homework help for the younger generation, is back on again at the library.
A group of volunteers, many of them ex teachers lend a hand to students every Wednesday afternoon from 3.30pm during the school term.
There’s an added incentive of afternoon tea on offer as well for the youngsters.
Just a reminder the Tea Gardens Library near the Singing Bridge will be closed on Monday 11 February for a training day but will reopen as usual on Wednesday 13 February from 9am.
By: Margie TIERNEY