Campbelltown set to rock 2024 seniors festival

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A range of free community events for seniors in Campbelltown will be held throughout March to celebrate this year’s NSW Seniors Festival.

The festival will run during March 11-24 and this year’s theme is Reach Beyond, putting focus on seeking out new experiences and connections.

“NSW Seniors Festival is a chance for us to recognise and celebrate the contributions of Campbelltown residents who have been an important part of our community over many years,” Mayor George Greiss said.

“There’s a great variety of events planned that cater to a range of interests so it’s a real opportunity for people to get out and socialise while having fun,” Dr Greiss said.

Community events include:

  • Garden to Table – Hot Cross Buns and Easter Treats at Glenquarie Library (Monday 11 March)
  • Senior’s Expo at Wests Leagues Club (Tuesday 12 March)
  • Senior Socials Show at Wests Leagues Club (Tuesday 12 March)
  • Celebrating Our Seniors at Campbelltown RSL (Tuesday 12 March)
  • Let’s Talk Legal – Wills Session at HJ Daley Library (Tuesday 12 March)
  • Morning tea at Campbelltown Country Women’s Association (Wednesday 13 March)
  • Boardgames and Biscuits at Glenquarie Library (Wednesday 13 March)
  • Artmaking and Gallery Tour at Campbelltown Arts Centre (Friday 15 March)
  • Mocktails and Masterpieces at HJ Daley Library (Monday 18 March)
  • Celebrating Our Seniors at Campbelltown RSL (Tuesday 19 March)
  • Hand-quilting with Scraps at Glenquarie Library (Tuesday 19 March)
  • Gardening for Wildlife and Bees at Eagle Vale Library (Wednesday 20 March)
  • Social Scrabble at HJ Daley Library (Thursday 21 March)


Local youth services, organisations and businesses can now apply for up to $1000 in grant funding to hold Youth Week 2024 events and activations.

This year’s Youth Week will be held April 11-21.

The grant funding will support a wide variety of events and programs for young people, aged 12 to 24.

There will be opportunities for young people to share their views and ideas, upskilling workshops and tutorials, talent showcases and live music events.

“This is a great opportunity for local organisations to put on an event or program that is focused on young people in Campbelltown,” said Mayor Greiss.

“I strongly encourage all local youth services and groups to consider applying so that they can be part of Youth Week in Campbelltown.”

Applications for Youth Week grants are open until midnight on 25 February. Details on Council’s website.

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