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The Waverton Hub

75 Bay Rd Waverton 2060

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Dear friend



I don’t remember my parents talking about brain health but these days it is a topic that frequently comes up in the media, with health professionals and among friends in conversation. We all want to keep our physical and mental health for as long as we can.


This week I downloaded the app for the Resilient Minds study which was mentioned in last week's Hub e-news. 


The Hub offers the opportunity to learn new skills as well as make new friends and I love learning new things. Last week I was offered the chance to learn Mah Jong. As I am keen to go on Monday’s walks I have not been able to join the group that plays Mah Jong - now I have begun to learn. It occurred to me that Mah Jong may have been the subject of studies on cognitive health and sure enough, I found studies in the medical literature.


When we fell in love with Argentinian tango music my husband and I took up dancing tango. After over 20 years we still dance at least twice a week - sometimes much more. When we began to dance tango we had no idea that it would be found in numerous studies to improve the level of physical fitness, keep the mind alert and improve balance. It has certainly added to our general fitness.


We don’t have Argentine tango in the Hub (and I have no plans to suggest we do) but we do have Mah Jong as part of the Games Day. The next meeting is on Monday 4th (see below).


Plus there are vacancies in the Drawing Class. If you are interested in this group see more details below. 


On the social side don’t forget to mark your diaries for the Afternoon Tea on March 19 and if you are worried about computer scams don’t miss the Speaker on March 12. Details of these are below.


For those who have asked me about Argentine Tango here is a video taken some years ago of a Tango Flashmob I organised in Sydney - you may recognise one of the dancers! 


Hope to catch you at a Hub activity soon





 Hub Walkers this week - how many are there?

A memorial Service will be held for Ruth on Sunday March 10 at 2pm at 
St Thomas' Anglican Church North Sydney where they will sing some of Ruth's favourite hymns. CLICK HERE .. for details.




Monday Local Walks
March 4, 2024, 7:30 am to March 4, 2024, 9:30 am

Meet at Waverton at 7.30am. Bring your Opal Card.

Click here.. to see details of this walk and photos from last week.


Out of Area Walk
March 4, 2024, 9:30 am to March 4, 2024, 2:00 pm

Meet at Waverton Village at 9.00 AM for walk from Curl Curl North to Long Reef

Carol to lead

This is a Medium grade walk, with steps and a walk along the beach


As we’ll be walking on the beach between Dee Why and Long Reef, bring along suitable footwear.

Also take a small towel with you to dry your feet as we may have to go through shallow water crossing the Lagoon outlet.


These walks are weather dependent and may not occur if the day is forecast to be hot or very wet.


Cards & Games Day (1st Monday)
March 4, 2024, 1:30 pm to March 4, 2024, 3:30 pm

On the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 1.30 -3.30 pm 

We play Mah Jong, Scrabble and 500

There is a $5 cost to cover the cost of the Hall.


1st Thursday Book Club
March 7, 2024, 4:00 pm to March 7, 2024, 6:00 pm


This is the First Thursday Book club, the Book Club

The book being discussed this month is  Absolutely and Forever  by  Rose Tremain

CLICK HERE .. for the full list for this year.

Venue and details will be advised by email early next week.



Hub Community Music (HUM)
March 7, 2024, 5:00 pm to March 7, 2024, 6:30 pm

HUM Singalong Group:
  • An informal group who meet once a month to sing / play music together  
  • Everyone is welcome
  • No requirement to be able to read music.

We meet on the first Thursday of the month, from 5 - 6.30 pm in the Function Room at Wondakiah

Please contact Nick at if you'd like to come along or for more information.



This offer is still open

There are vacancies in the Art Drawing Class

  • Anyone who wants to try a Drop in and Draw class can do one session for $35.00
  • There are reduced rates for the remaining days of the term.

Please email us if you are interested in either of these options.



Dates for your diary


Speakers Program
March 12, 2024, 2:00 pm to March 12, 2024, 3:30 pm

This month's speaker is Dominic Trevor and his topic is Scam Awareness

Come to our Waverton Hub Speakers’ Presentation:

2pm at the Waverton Hall, 75 Bay Rd, Waverton

Tuesday 12 March 2024.

No need to book – free entry – all invited.



Afternoon Tea
March 19, 2024, 2:00 pm to March 19, 2024, 3:30 pm

You are invited to afternoon tea.

A wonderful opportunity to catch up with other Hub members or meet new members over an excellent afternoon tea provided by Waterview Cafe. 

New members are especially welcome.

Venue: Waverton Hall

Date:   Tuesday 19/03/2024

Time:  2.00 pm to 3.30pm

Light refreshments will be served.

To confirm numbers for catering please Book here .

Bookings close 6pm Monday 18 March.






Tai Chi / Qui Jong every Mon, Tue & Wed 8am in Brennan Park,  

The Coffee Catchup Tuesday 10am at Botanica 


Hub Happy Hour Wednesday 4.30pm at Bar Quattro


Boules - Thursday 4.00pm on the Platform at the Coal Loader








next talk on Joe Twist's oratorio, Watershed is scheduled for 2pm  Saturday 2nd March 2024. CLICK HERE .. for more details



Repairs are free of charge. Donations are welcomed!

Next Openings: March 3 and 10 (always the 2 first Sundays of the month)

Time: 2pm to 4pm

Address: 180 Longueville Road, Lane Cove.

For more information please go to Repair café website or email us.

More information




SAGE TO STAGE - March 24

Be entertained, inspired and surprised by a new generation of playwrights. 

This Soirée-style event is the climax of the Sage Age Competition.
Presented by
Sunday, March 24 at 3PM in the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct



Men's Chat Group

Every second Tuesday of the month, 10am

Looking for some good conversation and coffee? Our monthly Men's Chat Group is a great place for men to get together and talk about life in a relaxed and open atmosphere. LEARN MORE .. 



Read their Autumn Newsletter




The Coal Loader Artisans Market

  • DateSunday 3 March 2024  9am - 3pm
  • Other Upcoming Dates; 2 June and 8 September
  • CostFree
  • LocationThe Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability

NSW Energy Transformation – 05 March 2024 – Clay Preshaw


Clay Preshaw leads the Department’s branch that assesses all the energy, mining and resource projects in NSW. He will discuss the current status of NSW’s energy transition and the various challenges associated with it.


The meeting will be held at Piato Restaurant 123 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point at 7:00 am. Breakfast is served during the talk.


Ken Preshaw
North Sydney Sunrise Rotary Club
internet -
mobile - 0411.109.158





We are pleased to share that the Resilient Minds Study has reached a huge milestone – there are currently over 1000 adults participants enrolled in the study across Australia!


This research project would not be possible without people taking part.


If you or someone you know are interested in joining, please go ahead and share the study with them! Volunteers can complete the online form on our website or contact the research team to see if they are eligible to join.


Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or issues. Thank you!


Kind regards,

Tanya Layton

Project Manager



The NSW Seniors Festival will run from 11-24 March 2024. The theme of the festival is Reach Beyond! 

CLICK HERE .. for details.
Aged Care Living
Here is an interesting newsletter from Aged Care Living which includes details about accessing Aged Care and a new initiative from Uber for those of us who are over 65. This allows phone bookings rather than using their App.
COTA February newsletter - CLICK HERE ..

Lifeline Connect is a free non-clinical f2f community service where individuals can talk with our trained supporters, without judgement and in a discreet and caring environment.

In these current times when counselling and psychology wait lists are long and the availability of bulk billing doctors are decreasing, Lifeline Connect is a wonderful free service to support those in need.

Here are the flyers mentioned;









Warm regards,

The Hub eNews Team  



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