Goulburn's ANZAC Day Commemorations will go ahead in 2021 under COVID-19 restrictions with both the dawn and mid-morning services being held in Belmore Park. The march along Auburn Street will go ahead but will only be for veterans with about 60 veterans from the various campaigns participating. There will be various services run through out the Goulburn Mulwaree region to ensure that all members of the community will be able to take part in the commemorations and are as follows:
Starting on 25th of April 2021, aligning with ANZAC Day the Mulwaree High School Remembrance Museum 12pm - 4pm and then every Sunday 2-4pm.On show will be the new Exhibitions showcasing "Goulburn Connections with HMAS Perth; Tobruk and RAAF Over France and Germany" and the "RAAF Centenary".
The NSW Seniors Festival is the largest festival for seniors in the Southern Hemisphere, providing hundreds of activities & events each year.The 2021 NSW Senior Festival will run from the 19th till the 23rd of April with Goulburn Mulwaree Council's once again partnering with The NSW Government Department of Community & Justice as well as the Goulburn Workers Club for a week full of fantastic activities.
Monday, April 19 from 11am - 2pm - Official Opening Seniors Festival 2021"In Our Nature" and Active Aging Expo. Cost: Free. Goulburn Mulwaree Council, in partnership with the Goulburn Workers Club present The Opening Ceremony of the Seniors Festival 2021. The ceremony will include the presentation of the 2021 Senior of the Year and the Community Group of the Year awards. There will also be an opportunity to join Liz Barling and 'Dance for Wellbeing' for a taste of dancing for people of all ages.Guest Speaker - Local Photographer, Tina Milson, followed by the Active Aging Expo.Includes morning tea provided by Goulburn Mulwaree Council.Venue: The Goulburn Workers Club Auditorium.
Tuesday, April 20 - Doors open 10.30am, show starts 11am - "Elton John Tribute Show " - Cost: Free (Must Book). Elton - Out Of The Closet is the world's best and most authentic re-creation of Elton and his classic 70s band. The show re-creates Elton's golden mid-70s period, when he was young, outrageous, full of energy, and the hottest rock star on the planet including all the big hits from 1970 - 1994. Elton - Out Of The Closet is a 2.5-hour entertainment spectacular.Followed by Lunch with free tickets available from Goulburn Workers Club at ReceptionVenue: The Goulburn Workers Club Auditorium.
Wednesday, April 21 from 10.30am - noon - "History in the Bottom Drawer" - Cost: Free (Must Book). There's History in the Bottom Drawers- revealing the layers of history, or more correctly 'her story', generations of women have preserved for posterity in the chests of drawers. This presentation is popular with men as well as women, as it takes them back in time when 'Mum' ran the household in a very different manner to today's lifestyle. Presented by Elizabeth Burness.Venue: Goulburn Community Centre.
Thursday, April 22 from 10am - 12pm - ON THE ROAD 65 PLUS - Staying Independent and Safe - Cost: Free (Must Book). Find out facts, advice and safety tips for seniors in our community to help you make safer choices when driving, riding, walking, using a mobility scooter or catching public transport.Also try a trike/bike on the day to help stay fit and healthy and a great alternative transport.Venue: Goulburn Community CentreBook by calling Goulburn Mulwaree Councils Road Safety and Traffic Officer Tracey Norberg on (02) 4823 4510 or 0409 986 691.
Friday, April 23 from noon - Seniors week photo competition winners announced. Join us in celebrating the winners of the Goulburn Mulwaree Council's Seniors Week photo competition. Entries will be exhibited at the Community Centre, 155 Auburn Street Goulburn NSW 2580, throughout the festival. Venue: Goulburn Community Centre.
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