Love to Celebrate
Seniors Festival
Love to Celebrate - Activities to suit everyone!

Welcome to the 2020 Seniors Festival


This year's festival theme is 'Love to Celebrate' and Council has organized a wide variety of activities, events and programs to help our seniors do just that.

Our event program is run in partnership with several local services and highlights include creative art classes, exercise sessions and food workshops. 


The 2020 NSW Seniors Festival runs from the 12-23 February 2020.


North Sydney Seniors Festival 2020 - Full Program (25MB)


Aqua Aerobics @ Seniors Festival

Sample how and why pool aerobics can be so good for you.

Morning Music @ Seniors Festival

Join pianist John Martin for classical favorites, ragtime and anecdotes...

Knit and Natter @ Seniors Festival

Join us to yarn-on while knitting and crocheting.

Hatha Yoga @ Seniors Festival

Yoga, fruit and a cuppa at the Crows Nest Centre...

Guided Tour @ Seniors Festival

Of the Coal Loader site and platform, Waverton: history, sustainability, to today!

Garden Luncheon @ Seniors Festival

Join us for our annual Garden Party at Kirribilli Centre

Virtual World Tour @ Seniors Festival

A sensory experience with vivid imagery!

Bollywood Music @ Seniors Festival

A celebration of Indian music

Ballroom Dancing for Seniors

Enjoy the freedom of dance with Aust champion ballroom dancer Benny Rozen.

Film Screening @ Seniors Festival

Make merry at the movie of STC's hilarious satire 'Wharf Revue'!

Tai Chi Plus @ Seniors Festival

Join us for a Tai Chi class, fruit and a cuppa!

Buff Bones @ Seniors Festival

Pilates Class specifically for those with osteoporosis and osteopenia.

Shall we dance? @ Seniors Festival

Performance of cultural dances and an opportunity to join in!

Meet the Makers @ Seniors Festival

Sunday, 23 February 2020
Artisan Market Tour at the Coal Loader

Tech Help for Seniors @ Seniors Festival (1)

Learn more about Tablet features - BYO Tablet

Tech Discovery Drop-in @ Seniors Festival

Discover new and interesting technology at Stanton Library