NSW Senior Festivals next year will be supported by government funding | Bay Post-Moruya Examiner

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More than 90 community organizations and councils across the state will share NSW government funding to host events at next year’s NSW Seniors Festival. Seniors Minister Natalie Ward said each group has received up to $ 10,000 to provide seniors with the opportunity to participate in community activities and events. “We support programs that help our seniors stay healthy, active and energetic, including yoga, gardening and the performing arts,” Ms. Ward said. READ ALSO: “Next year’s festival will provide our seniors with great opportunities to reconnect through activities in their local communities across the state. The 2022 Seniors’ Festival runs from Friday March 25 to Sunday April 3 and includes a variety of cultural, creative, athletic and recreational programs. “There are also programs to help seniors plan for retirement, housing choices and travel,” Ms. Ward said. “These grants recognize and encourage the contributions of seniors in the community. Ms Ward said the grants align with the NSW Government‘s commitment to our precious seniors, as part of the Aging Well in NSW: Seniors Strategy 2021- 2031. For more information on the 2022 NSW Seniors Festival, visit: www.seniorsfestival.nsw.gov.au Did you know that the Goulburn Post now offers last minute alerts and a weekly email newsletter? Stay up to date with all the local news: sign up below.

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