Sunshine Coast Council sponsored Seniors Exercise Classes
Are you over 55 and wanting to improve your health and wellbeing?
Try out one of the new $5 strength and stability classes at:
9am Thursday 15th February
Healthy Sunshine Coast Seniors offers a series of low cost group fitness activities for residents aged over 55 to lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
All levels of fitness are catered for.
Classes are also available at Nambour and Beerwah. For the full range of
physical fitness opportunities available (some are free), visit council’s website.
phone: 07 5475 7272
Come along and experience an evening of rhythm, fun and laughter. Ziko embodies and provides a holistic approach to learning the African djembe and world drums. Whether it is about developing your left and right brain, balance and coordination, finding a rhythm or finding your own. You are supported and encouraged to give everything a try and enjoy the experience.
Learn to play hand drums from around the world and their amazing rhythms. Ziko teaches rhythms from Africa, Brazil, Cuba, Latin, America, Japan and lots of improvisation.
$20 per person
Phone Ziko on 041 490 5127 for further information.
Monday: Kingstreet in Cooran, in the Human Movement Centre, 6pm-7:30pm
Tuesday: 2184 Eumundi-Kenilworth Road, Gheerulla Hall, 6:30pm-8pm
Wednesday: Gympie Special School, Cootharaba Road, 6pm-7:30pm
Classes at Gheerulla Hall will start as soon as we have enough enrolments. I urge to check out Ziko’s webpage and Facebook link if you are interested. He also makes African harps, and plays other instruments. If you’ve always had a secret passion for African based drum music (and South American, and Cuban and the rest) then don’t let this opportunity pass.
Hello all and welcome to 2018!
Yes, it’s time to kickstart the New Year at the Hall in a relaxed way. So –
Australia Day Evening Chill Out
Friday 26th January, from 5 pm
All members are invited to join the committee for a relaxed evening. BBQs will be available to use (BYO food), beverages available for purchase, and light informal games. As the weather may be hot during the day, we’ll keep largely inside – cards, darts, table tennis, Wasgijs, any game you like. (Not toooo rude, though.) This is a very informal get together. RSVP if you can so I know how many cups to wash.
It’s also a chance to christen our new ramp currently under construction. (With a small G&T deck for yours truly.) We’ve come a long way in the last year. Activities at the Hall are expanding, with proposals for ukulele/music, book club, film club? Drumming, computer sessions, and Seniors Fitness, to be added to the existing pantheon of Yoga, line dancing, writers group, and occasional seminars. (Keep a lookout for the next session on birds.) And this is in addition to social activities. Anyone with ideas now has an opportunity to put them into practise. (Pole dancing, anyone?)
It being the new year, and our financial year ending in December, it’s also time for members to renew their memberships. We carried over everyone’s membership for 2017, but this year everyone needs to renew. At $10 per annum per adult, it’s good value, and some activities are members only. You can pay cash, cheque or direct deposit, but not paypal or bitcoin. Don may accept gold or shares. Sort that out with him. If paying directly, the bank account number is:
Westpac BSB: 034 175
Account No. 590079
Yours in a languid Australia Day (no, they wouldn’t let me call it Invasion Day).