What else is on?
This page contains links to a number of activities outside of the Prince Henry environs which may be of interest. There may be many more. Please complete the feedback form below if you'd like to advise amendments and/or additions.
- Kamay parkrun | every Saturday morning
- Malabar Combined Probus Club | fourth Tuesday of each month
- An Afternoon with John Mullen | 2 February
- Pere Receveur Mass at La Perouse | 17 February
- Hearing Loss Seminar | 20 February
- Stay Standing Program | 25 February to 1 April 2019
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What: Weekly timed 5km runs for all ages and abilities
When: 7am every Saturday
Where: In the park adjacent to the Yarra Bay Sailing Club, 67-69 Yarra Road, Phillip Bay
Who: Open to everyone of all ages and abilities
Find out more and register: Check out the Kamay parkrun special
Perhaps our Probus talks may be of interest to your subscribers.
Probus is all about Friendship, Fellowship and Fun in retirement. Probus provides you with the opportunity to join together in clubs and to progress healthy minds and active bodies through social interaction and activities with retirees in your community. Probus opens the door to new experiences and friendships, you can hear wonderful guest speakers, stay active by participating in a wide range of activities and explore your community, your country or the world.
Everyone is welcome to come along to our regular meetings.
What: Malabar Combines Probus Club meetings with guest speakers
When: Fourth Tuesday of each month at 10am
Where: Upstairs at the Juniors Malabar (formerly Malabar RSL), 28 Victoria Street, Malabar NSW 2036
John Mullen, Australian of the Year 2017, Chairman of Telstra, Chairman of the Australian National Maritime Museum Foundation and Director of Silent World Foundation, will talk about his dive expeditions on the Laperouse wrecks at Vanikoro, and on marine archaeology. John will also share some treasures from his personal museum including items recovered from the wrecks and documents signed by Laperouse himself.
Post lecture refreshments will be provided. All most welcome!
What: An Afternoon with John Mullen
When: Saturday 2 February 2019 from 4pm to 6pm
Where: La Perouse Museum, Anzac Parade La Perouse
Cost: $10 members | $15 non members
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org by 28 January 2019
The Pere Receveur Mass is celebrated annually on the verandah of the Laperouse Museum near the grave of Fr Receveur who died at Botany Bay on 17th February 1788. He was a priest and scientist with the La Perouse expedition. He may have been the first Catholic priest in Australia.
- Shade, sound system, transportation of items provided courtesy of Randwick City Council
- Sausage sizzle provided by Seaside Lions
- Refreshments by Friends of Laperouse Museum.
Check out the piece Friar Pere Receveur | Franciscan, scientist in the Historical stories web section.
What: Pere Receveur Mass
When: Sunday 17 February at 11am
Where: On the verandah of the Laperouse Museum, Anzac Parade, La Perouse
Who: Everyone is invited to this outdoor Mass
More information: Email Lee email@example.com
Learn about hearing loss and how to protect your hearing.
Presented by Australian Hearing and Randwick City Council, this information session is suitable for Seniors and their Carers. Light refreshments served.
- The signs and causes of hearing loss
- Why hearing health is important
- The effects of hearing loss
- Hearing aids and devices
- Services offered by Australian Hearing
What: Hearing Loss Seminar
When: Wednesday 20 February 2019 | 6:30 to 8:30pm
Where: Margaret Martin Library, Level 1, Royal Randwick Shopping Centre, Belmore Road, Randwick
Bookings: Bookings are required | Phone 02 9093 6972 or email Frida.Kitas@randwick.nsw.gov.au
In this six week FREE program learn how to manage your risk of falling for healthy independent ageing with practical fall prevention information. Participants will need to attend all six sessions. Light refreshments provided.
- Falls risk indicator testing, balance, exercise to prevent falls
- Recognising common seniors emergencies
- SMART goal setting
- Healthy bones, managing continence
- Vision, footwear
- Safety at home and away
- Managing medication, sleep and chronic pain
- Review falls risk indicators, tai chi sampler
What: Stay Standing six week Program
When: Monday’s 10:30am to 12:30pm
Where: Kensington Park Community Centre, Kensington Park, 1a Day Lane, Kensington
Eligibility: People aged 55 years and over.
Bookings: Places are limited and bookings are required | Phone: 9093 6972 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
More information: Check out the flyer