Bay Seniors Week Concert at Soldiers Point Bowling Club Presented by Seaside Singers

The Seaside Singers in Character at last years Seniors Concert.
The Seaside Singers in Character at last years Seniors Concert.

 

SENIORS week is almost here and there are some fun and engaging activities around the Bay to enjoy.

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The SeaSide Singers will again be hosting a concert and afternoon tea to help seniors in Port Stephens celebrate.

Numbers are limited to the first 100 lucky seniors who register to attend the concert that will be held in the Seascapes Room at Soldiers’ Point Bowling Club, from 2.00pm on Friday, 13 April. Entry is by donation.

To register to attend seniors will need to ring the Club on 49827173 and register.

Jeanette Antrum OAM who has been a SeaSide Singer for many years told News Of The Area, “The choir encourages seniors to come along, sing with us, make friends and think about joining the choir to continue their interest in music on a year round basis.”

Jeanette who holds her OAM for services to aged care, believes that participating in activities like a community choir is good for health and wellbeing.

“Singing with the SeaSide Singers is a wonderful experience for our members,” she said.

The Seaside Singers will be presenting some timeless songs, beautifully sung by your this community choir.

As usual the crew at the Seaside Singers will present some fun numbers as well.

Anyone wanting to find out more about the SeaSide Singers should contact Jeanette on 0418266393.

The One Voice Survey conducted in 2016 found that singing bonds groups more quickly than other creative activities, building close personal ties with individuals.

Singing literally breaks the ice so that individuals feel closer to the group as a whole even if they do not yet know anything about the individual members.

 

By Marian SAMPSON

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