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The Waverton Hub

75 Bay Rd Waverton 2060

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Dear friend

 

About 40 folk braved the chilly afternoon to listen to Lisa Maunsell from Liveup.org.au talk about enjoying our senior years. Lisa is the spokesperson for the website which is designed to help you assess your own needs, find new activities and interests and take care of yourself. People join the Hub because they are keen to stay involved in their community and look after themselves and others - so it was a committed audience.

There’s a quiz you can do to see just where you are at when you open the website - I recommend you do just that and find out more about what is available to you.

The Liveup program is based on a website - which means that those who are not comfortable with using computer search engines may have difficulty accessing it. There is literature which is available at North Sydney’s Stanton library but not being able to make the most of computers and their associated technology is a drawback for those folk. Realising that computers are a fantastic resource which enables us to access so much information and so many resources is becoming more and more important.

There is help available. If you see Board member and Administrator of our website, Greg Blainey, at Third Rail cafe he is happy for you to ask for his assistance. I am also happy to help if Greg is not available - please ask me when you see me and we can arrange a time. Plus there are local computer classes for seniors - see below for a list. If you have got this far you might like to click on this YouTube link for a very good course - it is an hour-long. See below for details of other classes.

Blackberries were a mobile phone that ceased to be in 2020, but this skit is still very funny.

I am looking forward to the Hub’s theatre party next week, Thursday, April 18 at 11 am. There are still a few seats left for ‘The Great Divide’ David Williamson’s comedy on wealth and human greed starring Georgie Parker. Click on this link to book your tickets. 

In response to demand, we have organised an extra Strength and Balance class. Perfect for early birds or those who want to start the week with a revitalizing exercise class, the new class is on Monday mornings from 7 am to 8 am. There's even time for a coffee before you join the Out of Area Walkers - if you are feeling really energetic!      Click here to enrol

Hope you are enjoying the arrival of autumn as much as I am…

 

Cheers,

Carol

 

 

Lisa Maunsell talking about Liveup at the Speakers group.

 
Due to circumstances beyond our control this eNews is late this week. We do apologise. Editor
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HUB ACTIVITIES

 

 

 

TERM 2 2042

 

There are vacancies in ALL classes listed below and bookings are open to EVERYONE.

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This includes the new Monday Strength & Balance Class which will begin on Monday April 22.

 

Please note the Winter start time for Boules is 2.30pm.

 

 

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Monday Local Walks
April 15, 2024, 7:30 am to April 15, 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.

 

Monday Out of Area Walk
April 15, 2024, 9:30 am to April 15, 2024, 2:00 pm

Meet at Waverton Village at 9.15am for Taronga Zoo to Balmoral Walk

Phil to lead

This is a moderately hilly walk of about 7 Km (or a shorter walk of 4.5 Km) with many steps along the way.

It should take about 2 1/2 hrs (or 1 ¾ hrs) at a reasonable pace with a couple of breaks along the way

 

Games & Cards Day (3rd Monday)
April 15, 2024, 1:30 pm to April 15, 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.

 

Term 2 Strength & Balance 2 - Tuesday 4.00pm
April 16, 2024, 4:00 pm to April 16, 2024, 5:00 pm

These classes are designed for seniors.

$108.00 per 12 week term.  Bookings essential.

CLICK HERE .. to book

Class sizes limited. Subsidised by North Sydney Council and your Hub Membership

These classes are led by Amelia at the Waverton Hall

 

Term 2 Strength & Balance 3 - Wednesday
April 17, 2024, 8:30 am to April 17, 2024, 9:30 am

These classes are designed for seniors.

$108.00 per 12 week term.  Bookings essential.

CLICK HERE .. to book,

Class sizes limited. Subsidised by North Sydney Council and your Hub Membership.

These classes are led by Gaynor at the Waverton Hall

 

Term 2 Art Class - Painting
April 17, 2024, 10:00 am to April 17, 2024, 1:00 pm

This 10 week term will be offered at the Mess Hall at the Coal Loader.

The cost is $350 for the 10 week Term.

This is a class using water and oil paints for people of all levels of experience.

Book and pay here

There will be 10 in the group. Once this is reached a Wait List will be established when you try to Book.

 

Term 2 Zumba Gold -Thursday
April 18, 2024, 9:30 am to April 18, 2024, 10:30 am

This is a 11 week Term at a cost of $132.00. The class sizes are limited to 12 people.

Book and pay here

Click on Read more for more information.

 

Tem 2 Art Class - Drawing
April 18, 2024, 10:30 am to April 18, 2024, 1:30 pm

This 10 week term will be offered at the Waverton Hall, 75 Bay Rd.

The cost is $350 for the 10 week Term.

This class will involve drawing and sketching, both indoors and outside.

Book and pay here

When enrolments are completed, you will receive a “What to Bring” list.

There will be 10 in the group. Once this is reached a Wait List will be established when you try to Book.

 

Theatre outing - Ensemble
April 18, 2024, 11:00 am to April 18, 2024, 1:00 pm

Bookings for our Theatre Party at the Ensemble to see David Williamson’s new play,  The Great Divide on Thursday 18 April are now open.  Starring Georgie Parker and Kate Raison, the play depicts a battle between a developer and a community seeking to protect their idyllic life with characteristic Williamson caustic wit and humour.

We are going to the 11.00 am session, which ends around 1.00  so that those who choose can go out to lunch afterwards.

The Ensemble runs a shuttle bus from Milson’s Point Station from 10.00 am to 10.45 and a return one to the station after the play.

Cost of tickets is $83.00. When you book, you will be told your seat number, but will collect your ticket from the Ensemble Box Office on the day of the performance.

Please note that we cannot refund the cost of tickets. If you book and find you cannot go, you will need to find someone else to take the ticket.

Date: Thursday 18 April 

Time: 11.00am

Cost: $83

Bookings here ..

Tickets to be collected at the Box Office on the day.

Please remember to check your seat number on the Ticket you were sent from Trybooking when you booked.

 

Boules
April 18, 2024, 2:30 pm to April 18, 2024, 4:30 pm

Boules - starting time is 2.30pm  - our winter time start -  on the Platform at the Coal Loader.

New players welcome - an easy and enjoyable game to learn! 

Everyone is welcome to come to play, watch or enjoy the view.

 

Term 2 Strength & Balance 4 - Thursday
April 18, 2024, 4:00 pm to April 18, 2024, 5:00 pm

These classes are designed for seniors.

$99.00 for a 11 week Term. Bookings essential.

CLICK HERE .. to book..

Class sizes limited. Subsidised by North Sydney Council and your Hub Membership.

These classes are led by Gaynor at the Waverton Hall

 

Term 2 Zumba Gold - Friday
April 19, 2024, 10:30 am to April 19, 2024, 11:30 am

This is a 12 week Term at a cost of $144.00. The class sizes are limited to 12 people.

Book and pay here

Click on Read more for more information.

 

 

 

 

WEEKLY ACTIVITIES - continuing

 

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 2.30pm (Note the new Winter time start) on the Platform at the Coal Loader

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NON HUB ACTIVITIES
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Talks you might like to know about

 

North Sydney Community Centre has some excellent talks coming up. On Friday 3 May there is a talk on how our hearing is related to different aspects of our health - Let’s Talk Hearing. On Friday 17 May ‘Brain Health and Dementia’ is the title of the talk on how to reduce the risk of developing dementia. 

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COMPUTER COURSES

Stanton Library offers free computer classes that focus on introducing people to looking up information, researching online and getting started with email. If you have a Stanton library card, you can use Stanton’s Internet, email and word-processing computers for free. You can also access the library’s free wireless Internet if you bring in your own computer with current virus software. Enquire at the information desk or contact details above.

Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-8pm; Fri 9am-6pm; Sat-Sun 10am-5pm; Closed Public Holidays

Fees: Free membership

Phone: 02 9936 840
Email: library@northsydney.nsw.gov.au
Web: www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Library

 

Kirribilli Seniors Only Computer, Tablet and Phone Classes for Beginners

This IT instruction is for absolute beginners. Weekly lessons are one-on-one with the undivided attention of the trainer. Lessons cover emailing, visiting interesting websites and using Google search. The trainer will set you up with an email address if you don't already have one. For tablet/smartphone instruction, you will be shown how to install and use common apps.

Hours: Saturday afternoon by appointment

Fees: $5

Phone: 02 9922 5408
Email: info@kirribilli.org.au
Other contacts: Office enquiries 02 9922 4428
Web: www.thekirribillicentre.org/
Location: 16-18 Fitzroy St, Kirribilli 2061.

 

Crows Nest Computer Club

The Crows Nest Centre Computer Club exists to assist Seniors (55+) and people with disabilities to learn how to use computer technology with one-on-one tutorials according to need.


Hours: Each session is 90 mins duration.
Fees: Call or check the website for details. Special rates for Pensioners.

Volunteering: Volunteer tutors welcome. Training and support is provided.

Phone: 02 9460 8866
Email: cncadmin@crowsnestcentre.org.au
Web: www.crowsnestcentre.org.au/services/computer-club
Location: Level 2, 2 Ernest Pl, Crows Nest 2065

 

 

2024 Sydney to Fastnet - 16 April 2024 – Lindsay May

 

The man who holds the record for sailing the most consecutive Sydney-Hobart races will outline his voyage last January to June, via the Panama Canal, delivering Kialoa II to the UK to compete in the 2023 Fastnet Yacht Race.

 

The meeting will be held at Piato Restaurant 123 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point at 7:00 am for 7:15 a.m. start. Breakfast is served during the talk.

 

Please respond if you want to attend as seating will be limited.

 

Read the latest news about our club activities here:

https://www.rotaryclubofnorthsydneysunrise.org.au/news  


Ken Preshaw
North Sydney Sunrise Rotary Club
internet - kpreshaw@gmail.com
mobile - 0411.109.158
www.rotaryclubofnorthsydneysunrise.org.au

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Repairs are free of charge.

Donations in cash or by credit card are welcomed!

 

Next Openings: Sunday April 7 and 14 (always first and second Sundays)

Time: 2pm to 4pm
Address: 180 Longueville Road, Lane Cove.
For more information please go to Repair café website or email us or ring 89015500 or  0410280912

 

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Warm regards,

The Hub eNews Team  

 

 

For more details and the full list of Hub activities please visit the Hub website
wavertonhub.com.au
 

 

Also the Calendar at wavertonhub.com.au/calendar/?cid=442

 

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