Seniors Month runs in August each year across the Northern Territory (NT). It celebrates older people and their continuing contribution to our community.
Seniors Month events encourage older people to have a healthy lifestyle, become involved in a new activity and connect to the community.
Get the Territory seniors calendar on the Council on the Ageing NT's website.
Ideas for Seniors Month events
Here are some ideas for activities that your organisation may be able to run using a Seniors Month grant.
Get physically active
Aerobics, tai chi, yoga, gym classes, laughing sessions, ask a celebrity to lead a walk or walk to a special destination
Learn something new
Classes have been offered in subjects like computing, woodwork, swimming, dancing and life saving.
Sessions have been offered for golf, sailing, abseiling, dancing and rock climbing
Partner with primary or high school students or a youth group for shared activities such as art shows, learning how to use mobile phones and computers, games, oral history, classroom assistance or mentoring
Provide information on financial planning or health and wellbeing. Invite a guest speaker, hold a lecture, expo or open day. Visit a museum, botanical garden or historical site.
Reading groups, games mornings, discovering family history, scrap-booking, craft, poetry, mystery tours, exhibitions, gardening, fashion parades, cooking, local history, tea dances, picnics, workshops, singing
Can your organisation build on a Seniors Month activity by forming a partnership with another organisation?
Last updated: 03 February 2020
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