Be connected

Whether it's an exercise group or choir, computer class or discussion group, our older adult services and programs are tailored to help you keep enjoying a healthy, active and involved lifestyle, right into retirement and beyond.

In addition to the programs offered by the City of Sydney in our community centres, there are a range of other activities on offer from other providers.  

For all older adult programs and services held in the city, visit the older adults page on our What’s On website.

Podiatry service

The City offers access to a podiatry clinic at the Ron Williams Centre in Redfern. The service takes place every Friday from 8.30am to 2pm. You may be eligible for transport to and from the clinic. Contact our team for more information.

Computer classes

A variety of computer classes are held at the city libraries. Some are held in a range of community languages. Classes include Computer Basics, Internet Basics as well as Facebook and Email Basics. Look for a course online.

You can also take online computer courses from home. 

For our less-active seniors, we also offer a range of support services such as mealstransport and a home library service to help you continue living comfortably and independently at home.

Read more about home support

Contacts

The pages in this section provide details about our services and programs, but if you need further information or would like to make an enquiry on behalf of a family member or friend, please contact:

Marisol Franken
Administration Coordinator
02 9246 7868

City of Sydney receives Commonwealth Government funding to provide programs and services for older adults, aged 65 and over.

Our changing population

By 2018 the number of older people in the local area is expected to grow by around one-third, increasing from fewer than 22,000 people in 2008 to just over 29,000 people. Following a review of our services to take into account this expected growth, it was found the best approach is to move from providing centre-based to program-based services.

Our report, 'The Next Generation – Blueprint for Aged Services and Facilities 2008-2018', has 4 key goals.

  • Encourage healthy ageing by addressing the physical, mental, social and emotional wellbeing of older people.
  • Provide ongoing, adequate and appropriate support services for the frail aged, people with disabilities and their carers.
  • Provide adequate and accessible transport options.
  • Build partnerships with other agencies to develop new community programs for older people.

For more detailed information about our review and its recommendations, you can download a copy of the report below.

Contacts

For further information about the report, please contact:

Anna Rigg
Manager, Social Policy
02 9288 5812

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  • What’s on
  • Chair yoga in Alexandria
    Friday 1 June 2018
  • Chair yoga is a gentle way to improve strength, flexibility and mindfulness.

    The class combines yoga whilst sitting on a chair with guided meditation.

    The teacher is highly experienced and has trained in New York with leading practitioners.

    The class is suitable for all ages and levels of physical ability, including those with limited mobility and balance.

    Cliff Noble Community Centre
    Fridays, 12.30pm to 1.30pm

    Friday 2 February to Friday 21 December 2018


    Ticket: $2
  • Art & About after dinner walking group
    Tuesday 25 September 2018
  • The after dinner walking group for seniors aims to bring together like-minded people who are already active. It’s ideal for people who want to stay fit by walking and exploring Sydney’s events at night.

    Some members of the group have dinner together first so that they can get to know each other.

    Dinner will be 5pm at the Grill’d Healthy Burgers- the Galeries, 500 George Street, Sydney. This is at your own expense.

    The free group walk will start at 6pm.

    We will walk around Hyde Park and see the Australian Life photography exhibition and see the murals along the Domain moving walkway.

    Contact the organiser to receive the registration form.


    Tuesday 25 September 2018 from 5pm to 8pm
    Free
  • Chinese square dancing
    Tuesday 25 September 2018
  • Learn Chinese square or plaza dancing in a fun and informal setting, led by experienced volunteers.

    It’s a great way to keep fit, make new friends and gain more confidence in dancing. You will learn some basic dance routines and eventually perform full length dances to various pop songs.

    Come join us and have fun losing yourself in the music as you start dancing.

    This activity is inclusive of people with disabilities. If you have any questions about taking part and accessing our centre, please call 02 9288 5601.

    As the classes are held by volunteers, they are subject to changes. Please call the centre at 9288 5601 for updated information.

    Ron Williams Community Centre
    Tuesdays, 1.30pm to 3pm

    Tuesday 2 January to Tuesday 18 December 2018


    Free
  • Learn a Chinese folk dance
    Tuesday 25 September 2018
  • Would you like to learn a Chinese folk dance?

    Sylvia Liu will teach the matchmaker dance of qi.

    The Matchmakers
    An exploratory journey to connect with ourself and express our emotions through movements. Together, we create a dance rich in cultural flavours in a fun and relaxed environment.

    No dancing skills required.

    Harry Jensen Centre
    Tuesdays, 1pm to 2pm

    Tuesday 11 September to Tuesday 2 October 2018


    Free
  • Older adults circuit class
    Tuesday 25 September 2018
  • This is a low impact circuit class aimed at older adults. It is suitable for all exercise levels and is very good for beginners.

    Light weight and body weight exercises along with mats and balls challenge participants to improve their health.

    Pyrmont Community Centre
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2pm to 3pm

    Tuesday 5 December 2017 to Thursday 8 August 2019


    Adult: $4.50
  • Cantonese social group
    Tuesday 25 September 2018
  • Social group for Cantonese speaking older adults.

    The sessions include a monthly birthday party.

    Ultimo Community Centre
    Tuesdays, 10am to 12pm

    Tuesday 16 January to Tuesday 18 December 2018


    Free
  • Will service at Millers Point
    Tuesday 25 September 2018
  • Your will states who you want to leave your property and possessions to when you die. A properly prepared will is the best way of letting people know how you would like your estate to be distributed.

    Book an appointment at the Harry Jensen Centre in Millers Point to work with a local solicitor to prepare or update a valid, legal will.

    This service is free for those receiving a benefit.

    Bookings are essential.

    Harry Jensen Centre
    Tuesdays, 10am to 11am

    Tuesday 2 January to Tuesday 18 December 2018


    Free
  • Gentle exercise in Alexandria
    Tuesday 25 September 2018
  • Gentle exercise is a great way to improve physical flexibility and strength in a small group environment.

    The program is especially designed to suit older people and people with mobility and balance issues. It is run by a qualified teacher who is sensitive to your needs and level of physical ability.

    The class is relaxed and friendly. We welcome newcomers.

    Cliff Noble Community Centre
    Tuesdays, 11am to 12pm
    Thursdays, 10.30am to 11.30am

    Tuesday 30 January to Thursday 20 December 2018


    Ticket: $2.00
  • Free tai chi at Potts Point
    Tuesday 25 September 2018
  • Book now – free

    Free tai chi classes to suit all age groups.

    Join others in a friendly and accepting environment with regular beginner classes.

    Health benefits include improved circulation, balance and posture, increased strength and flexibility, and reduced stress.

    Everyone welcome.

    Wear loose clothing and flat footwear.

    Reginald Murphy Community Centre
    Mondays and Tuesdays, 6pm to 7.15pm

    Tuesday 3 July 2018 to Monday 15 July 2019

    Except Tuesday 18 December, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Tuesday 8 January


    Free
  • Tech Savvy Seniors @ Customs House Library
    Wednesday 26 September 2018
  • Book now – free

    This free series is designed to help older people gain confidence in basic computer and digital skills. From searching to surfing, they’ll discover how to browse the web, use an iPad, set up an email address and reconnect with friends on social media.

    Older people can get savvy using our library PCs and dive into the digital world.

    Introduction to computers – 8 August
    Introduction to internet – Beginners – 15 August
    Introduction to email – Beginners – 22 August
    Introduction to the Internet – Intermediate – 29 August
    Introduction to email – Intermediate – 5 September
    Introduction to online shopping – 12 September
    Introduction to online banking – 19 September
    Introduction to social media – 26 September
    Introduction to iPads – 3 October

    Sessions are free, run for 2 hours and cater for 8 people. Bookings are essential as there are loads of keen learners.

    Funded by the Telstra Foundation and FACS.

    Customs House Library
    Wednesdays, 10.30am to 12.30pm

    Wednesday 8 August to Wednesday 3 October 2018


    Free
  • Mandarin singing club
    Wednesday 26 September 2018
  • A social singing club is run by Mandarin speaking volunteers at Ron Williams Community Centre. Come on down and sing to your heart’s content!

    It’s completely free, and filled with passionate local people with good vibes. Content is in both English and Mandarin.

    This activity is inclusive of people with disabilities. If you have any questions about taking part and accessing our centre, please call 02 9288 5601.

    Ron Williams Community Centre
    Wednesdays, 1.30pm to 3pm

    Wednesday 3 January to Wednesday 19 December 2018

    Except public holidays


    Free
  • Sit to Fit: Gentle Exercise Class
    Wednesday 26 September 2018
  • Gentle exercise is a great way to improve physical flexibility and strength in a small group environment.

    The program is especially designed to suit older people and people with mobility and balance issues. It is run by a qualified teacher who is sensitive to your needs and level of physical ability.

    The class is relaxed and friendly and we welcome newcomers. Please contact Neighbour Connections at 8241 8050 for assessment if you would like to participate.

    Afternoon tea is provided and community transport is available for people in need upon request.

    This class is inclusive of people with disabilities. If you have any questions about taking part and accessing our centre, please call 02 9288 5601.

    We’re committed to making Sydney truly inclusive and welcoming.

    Ron Williams Community Centre
    Wednesdays, 12.45pm to 2pm

    Wednesday 31 January to Wednesday 19 December 2018

    Except Wednesday 18 April, Anzac Day, Wednesday 11 July, Wednesday 18 July, Wednesday 3 October and Wednesday 10 October


    Ticket: $2
  • Walking basketball
    Wednesday 26 September 2018
  • Walking basketball allows older adults to play alongside their peers in a fun and relaxing environment.

    It’s played at a pace where people with disability, who are recovering from injury, or just prefer a slower paced game can learn how to play.

    King George V (KGV) Recreation Centre
    Wednesdays, 10am to 11am

    Wednesday 1 August to Wednesday 26 September 2018


    Free
  • Table Tennis at Millers Point
    Thursday 27 September 2018
  • The Harry Jensen Community Centre runs 2 sessions of table tennis a week.

    Thursdays between 2pm and 4pm.
    Fridays between 10.30am and 12.30 pm.

    Make friends and get active. Free tea, coffee and biscuits available.

    The table is also free to use at other times. This needs to be booked.
    Bring your friends in and have a game.

    Harry Jensen Centre
    Thursdays, 2pm to 4pm
    Fridays, 10.30am to 12.30pm

    Friday 27 April to Friday 21 December 2018


    Free
  • Computer social club in Potts Point
    Thursday 27 September 2018
  • If you want to learn and understand how to use all these modern gadgets, enrol in this 10 week social course. It’s a great class where you will meet others, socialise and learn a lot about how to use tablets, computers and smart phones.

    Each week, you will learn about accessing the internet, making video calls, listening to the radio, sending emails and photos, shopping online and accessing the City’s libraries online.

    Your teacher will be Leo. He is a very patient and knowledgeable teacher. You’ll learn about all the exciting different things that you can do on these little computers.

    We have tablets here for every student, so you can borrow ours.

    Reginald Murphy Community Centre
    Thursdays, 9.30am to 11am

    Thursday 11 January to Thursday 20 December 2018


    Per class: $5.00
  • Fitness class in Woolloomooloo
    Friday 28 September 2018
  • This class combines light resistance training, floor work and aerobic moves.

    The class focuses on strengthening the core, improving the cardiovascular system and increasing functionality for every day movement.

    Suitable for all ages, older adults, post-natal mothers or those returning from injuries and illness.

    Juanita Nielsen Community Centre
    Fridays, 9.30am to 10.15am

    Friday 20 October 2017 to Friday 28 December 2018


    Casual: $4.20 (Conc) - $14 (Stand)
    Membership (Conc): 1 Month $23.40, 3 Month $54.60 or 6 Month $94.80
    Membership (Stand): 1 Month $78, 3 Month $181.50 or 6 Month $316
    10 Visit Pass (valid for 1 year): $33 (Conc) - $110 (Stand)
  • Chair yoga at Ultimo Community Centre
    Friday 28 September 2018
  • Book now – free

    Free chair yoga classes at Ultimo Community Centre.

    Chair yoga is a gentle way to improve strength, flexibility and mindfulness.

    The class combines yoga whilst sitting on a chair with guided meditation.

    The class is suitable for all ages and levels of physical ability, including those with limited mobility and balance.

    Ultimo Community Centre
    Fridays, 11am to 11.45am

    Friday 19 January to Friday 21 December 2018


    Free
  • Indoor tai chi in Redfern
    Friday 28 September 2018
  • Tai chi may improve circulation, balance and posture, increase strength and flexibility, and reduce stress.

    This free tai chi session is delivered in Mandarin in a fun and friendly environment. The class is suitable for all ages and skill levels. Please wear loose clothing and flat footwear.

    The program is run by volunteers and subject to last minute changes. Please contact the centre at 9288 5601 for updated information.

    Ron Williams Community Centre
    Fridays, 1.30pm to 3pm

    Friday 5 January to Friday 21 December 2018

    Except public holidays


    Free
  • Acting classes at Millers Point
    Friday 28 September 2018
  • Join us for drop-in acting classes in Millers Point.

    Our tutor, Suzi Dougherty, is a professional actor/voice artist with over 20 years experience in the industry. She is a founding member of The Bell Shakespeare Company. She has played Cheryl Braxton on Home and Away for over 5 years and is soon to appear in Foxtel’s new series, Fighting Season.

    Suzi will run a class that will include a voice warm-up and include text work. The class will develop many skills like communication, relationship building and memory. Working on well-written texts allows the participants to use their life experiences in a positive way and share their unique experiences with each other.

    By getting up and moving around when working on scenes, it also becomes a stimulating way of being active. The class will be specifically designed with older students in mind, so all levels of physical, mental and vocal capabilities are addressed. The benefits of being involved in acting classes include better health and increased social connection.

    Harry Jensen Centre
    Fridays, 1pm to 3pm

    Friday 13 July to Friday 21 December 2018

    Friday 13 July 2018 from 1pm to 3pm

    Except Friday 5 October and Friday 12 October


    Each class: $5.00
  • Podiatry clinic
    Friday 28 September 2018
  • At Ron Williams Centre’s podiatry clinic, we provide the following services:

    • General foot care, including corns, callous, ingrowing nails and thickening nails.
    • Diabetic foot health checks.
    • Advice regarding infections or wound healing.
    • Footwear assessment and advice, such as minor in-shoe modifications.

    Please be advised that we do NOT provide the following services:

    • Nail surgery.
    • Long term wound management.
    • Biomechanical assessment.
    • Treatment of biomechanical related injuries and problems.
    • Orthotics.

    Requirements:

    • Over 55 years old.
    • Live within our local area.

    Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) or Chronic Disease Management (CDM) referrals are welcome, and can receive up to 5 free sessions every year.

    Free community transport can be provided for people in need upon request.

    Bookings are essential.

    This event is inclusive of people with disabilities. If you have any questions about taking part and accessing our centre, please call 02 9288 5601.

    Ron Williams Community Centre
    Fridays, 8.30am to 1.30pm

    Friday 12 January to Friday 14 December 2018

    Except public holidays


    Podiatry: $14
    EPC/CDM client: Free
  • Computer, tablet and mobile phone tech support
    Friday 28 September 2018
  • Are you going mad with your digital device? Come and get help from someone who knows.

    David is a highly experienced IT expert who will sit down with you and nut out your IT problems.

    Stop fuming and come and get help.

    Cliff Noble Community Centre
    Mondays and Fridays, 10am to 12pm

    Monday 29 January to Friday 21 December 2018


    Free
  • Spanish Seniors Group
    Monday 1 October 2018
  • Join our joyful Spanish speaking group and meet new friends!

    Why stay at home if you can a have a great time speaking in your own language?

    ¡Únete a nuestro grupo de habla hispana y conoce nuevos amigos!

    Por qué quedarte en casa, si puedes pasar un rato divertido hablando en tu idioma?

    ¡Te esperamos todos los lunes!

    Harry Jensen Centre
    Mondays, 10am to 2pm

    Monday 23 April to Monday 17 December 2018

    Except Monday 16 July


    Free
  • Pickleball
    Monday 1 October 2018
  • Book now

    Pickleball is a paddle sport. Similar to a racquet sport, it combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.

    All ages welcome. The game is suited to older adults as it’s played on a smaller court with modified balls and bats.

    It’s fun, social and a great way to keep fit and healthy while learning a new skill.


    Mondays, 9.15am to 11.15am

    Monday 2 July 2018 to Monday 3 June 2019


    Concession: $5.00
  • Monthly bus trips
    Thursday 4 October 2018
  • Come and join us as we travel and explore various parts of Sydney.

    Upcoming trips are:
    Friday 4 August: Auburn Gallipoli Mosque and Botanical Gardens Cherry Blossom.
    Tuesday 12 September: Blue Mountains –Leura Spring Flowers and the Campbell Rhododendron Gardens.
    October: Visit to historic Windsor with side trip tour of Rouse Hill House and Farm.
    November: Manly sightseeing of historic St Patricks Estate and visit to the galleries of Manly, followed by lunch at Manly shops.

    Reginald Murphy Community Centre
    1st Thursday and Friday of each month, 8.30am to 3pm

    Thursday 7 September 2017 to Friday 7 December 2018


    Free
  • KGV Heart Foundation walking group
    Friday 5 October 2018
  • Book now – free

    The City of Sydney has partnered with the Heart Foundation to coordinate weekly walks.

    The weeks aim to help the community improve fitness, keep active and enjoy a leisurely walk through our beautiful city.

    Walkers will meet at the cafe area at the entrance to KGV Recreation Centre. Runners must be worn.

    King George V (KGV) Recreation Centre
    1st Friday of each month, 9.45am to 11am

    Friday 2 June 2017 to Friday 7 December 2018


    Free
  • Older adults support hub: Potts Point
    Monday 8 October 2018
  • A strictly confidential information and referral service.

    Learn more about legal rights, accommodation options, relationships, domestic violence and aged care services.

    Drop in at the centre at the dates and times listed. Appointments also available. Interpreting is available on request.

    This project is delivered in partnership with NSW Elder Abuse Helpline.

    Reginald Murphy Community Centre
    Monday 7 May 2018 from 10.30am to 2.30pm
    Thursday 14 June 2018 from 10.30am to 2.30pm
    Monday 9 July 2018 from 10.30am to 2.30pm
    Monday 13 August 2018 from 10.30am to 2.30pm
    Monday 10 September 2018 from 10.30am to 2.30pm
    Monday 8 October 2018 from 10.30am to 2.30pm
    Monday 12 November 2018 from 10.30am to 2.30pm
    Monday 10 December 2018 from 10.30am to 2.30pm
    Free
  • Bingo in Redfern
    Monday 8 October 2018
  • Do you like playing bingo games?

    Do you enjoy making new friends?

    If your answers are yes, please come join us at Ron Williams Centre on Monday afternoon for some bingo fun with the local members!

    There are friends to make, great prizes to win and tea and biscuits to enjoy. What are you still waiting for?

    Free community transport can be provided upon request for people in need.

    This activity is inclusive of people with disabilities. If you have any questions about taking part and accessing our centre, please call 02 9288 5601.

    Ron Williams Community Centre
    Mondays, 12.45pm to 3pm

    Monday 5 February to Monday 10 December 2018

    Except public holidays


    Ticket: $2
  • Tech Savvy Seniors @ Surry Hills Library
    Tuesday 9 October 2018
  • Book now – free

    This free series is designed to help older people gain confidence in basic computer and digital skills. From searching to surfing, you’ll discover how to browse your way through the web, learn to use an iPad, set up an email address and reconnect with friends on social media.

    Get savvy using our library PCs and dive into the digital world.

    Funded by the Telstra Foundation and FACS.

    Sessions are free cater for 8 people. Bookings essential.

    Introduction to Computers – Beginners – 9 October
    Introduction to Internet -Beginners – 16 October
    Introduction to email – Beginners – 23 October
    Introduction to Internet – Intermediate – 30 October
    Introduction to email – Intermediate – 6 November
    Introduction to online shopping – 13 November
    Introduction to online banking – 20 November
    Introduction to social media – 27 November
    Introduction to iPads – 4 December 

     

    Surry Hills Library
    Tuesdays, 3pm to 5pm

    Tuesday 9 October to Tuesday 4 December 2018


    Free
  • Older adults support hub
    Wednesday 10 October 2018
  • A strictly confidential information and referral service.

    Learn more about legal rights, accommodation options, relationships, domestic violence and aged care services.

    Drop in at the centre at the dates and times listed. Appointments also available. Interpreting is available on request.

    This project is delivered in partnership with NSW Elder Abuse Helpline.

    Ultimo Community Centre
    Wednesday 9 May 2018 from 10am to 2pm
    Wednesday 13 June 2018 from 10am to 2pm
    Wednesday 11 July 2018 from 10am to 2pm
    Wednesday 15 August 2018 from 10am to 2pm
    Wednesday 12 September 2018 from 10am to 2pm
    Wednesday 10 October 2018 from 10am to 2pm
    Wednesday 14 November 2018 from 10am to 2pm
    Wednesday 12 December 2018 from 10am to 2pm
    Free
  • Walking well
    Sunday 14 October 2018
  • Book now

    How freely do you move?

    Movement is vital to your wellbeing, stimulating your brain and circulating nutrients for all cellular processes. These awareness through movement workshops on the first Sunday of the month are about finding flow in how you move to ‘walk your way to wellness’!

    We explore how movement can be supported and connected throughout your whole body, to prevent strain by improving your posture, balance and co-ordination.

    It’s mindfulness applied to moving in a playful way!


    1st Sunday of each month, 11am to 1pm

    Sunday 6 May to Sunday 2 December 2018

    Sunday 14 October 2018 from 11am to 1pm

    Except Sunday 7 October


    Ticket: $35.00
  • Tech Savvy Seniors @ Kings Cross Library
    Monday 15 October 2018
  • Book now – free

    This free series is designed to help older people gain confidence in basic computer and digital skills. From searching to surfing, you’ll discover how to browse your way through the web, learn to use an iPad, set up an email address and reconnect with friends on social media.

    Get savvy using our library PCs and dive into the digital world.

    Funded by the Telstra Foundation and FACS.

    Introduction to Computers – Beginners – 15 October
    Introduction to Internet -Beginners – 22 October
    Introduction to email – Beginners – 29 October
    Introduction to Internet – Intermediate – 5 November
    Introduction to email – Intermediate – 12 November
    Introduction to online shopping – 19 November
    Introduction to online banking – 26 November
    Introduction to social media – 3 December
    Introduction to iPads – 10 December

    Sessions are free, run for 2 hours and cater for 8 people. Bookings essential.

    Kings Cross Library
    Mondays, 11am to 1pm

    Monday 15 October to Monday 10 December 2018


    Free
  • Memoir writing series
    Thursday 18 October 2018
  • Book now

    Everybody has a story. Join Sarah Klenbort for a 6-week memoir writing class.

    Each class begins by looking at an established memoir writer—from Frank McCourt to Ahn Do. The focus will be on specific aspects of memoir and include a related writing exercise.

    Students can submit workshop pieces and receive feedback in an encouraging and constructive environment. Sarah will edit the best stories from each student to be included in a book that will be launched at the library.

    Sarah Klenbort is a prize-winning writer, who teaches literature at Western Sydney University and Creative Writing at Sydney Community College.

    Please bring laptop and/or writing equipment to each lesson.

    Cost of 12 hour course $60 non refundable. Course runs for 6 weeks.

    Afternoon tea provided at each lesson.

    Waverley Library
    Thursday 18 October 2018 from 1pm to 3pm

    Course runs weekly until Thursday 22 November 2018.


    Admission: $60.00
  • Tech Savvy Seniors @ Ultimo Library (Mandarin)
    Friday 19 October 2018
  • Book now – free

    This free series is designed to help older people gain confidence in basic computer and digital skills. From searching to surfing, you’ll discover how to browse your way through the web, learn to use an iPad, set up an email address and reconnect with friends on social media.

    Get savvy using our library PCs and dive into the digital world.

    Funded by the Telstra Foundation and FACS.

    Introduction to computers – 19 October
    Introduction to internet part 1 – 26 October
    Introduction to internet part 2 – 2 November
    Introduction to email – 9 November
    Introduction to social media – 16 November
    Introduction to iPads – 23 November

    Sessions are free, run for 2 hours and cater for 8 people. Bookings are essential as there are loads of keen learners.

    Ultimo Library
    Fridays, 10.30am to 12.30pm

    Friday 19 October to Friday 23 November 2018


    Free
  • Sewing club at Millers Point
    Wednesday 31 October 2018
  • The Harry Jensen sewing club is an informal sewing group run by a volunteer.

    There are a number of machines that are free to use anytime.

    The club runs on alternate weeks to the sewing workshop. Learn skills at the workshop and then practise in the sewing club.

    Bring in your sewing projects and make friends.

    Harry Jensen Centre
    2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, 2pm to 4pm

    Wednesday 11 July to Wednesday 8 August 2018

    Wednesday 29 August 2018 from 2pm to 4pm
    Wednesday 31 October 2018 from 2pm to 4pm


    Free
  • Tech Savvy Seniors @ Green Square (Mandarin)
    Thursday 1 November 2018
  • Book now – free

    This free series is designed to help older people gain confidence in basic computer and digital skills. From searching to surfing, you’ll discover how to browse your way through the web, learn to use an iPad, set up an email address and reconnect with friends on social media.

    Get savvy using our library PCs and dive into the digital world.

    Funded by the Telstra Foundation and FACS.

    Introduction to computers – 1 November
    Introduction to internet part 1 – 8 November
    Introduction to internet part 2 – 14 November
    Introduction to email – 22 November
    Introduction to social media – 29 November
    Introduction to iPads – 6 December

    Sessions are free, run for 2 hours and cater for 8 people. Bookings are essential as there are loads of keen learners.

    Green Square Library
    Thursdays, 9am to 6pm

    Thursday 1 November to Thursday 6 December 2018


    Free
  • Discover the State Library
    Thursday 1 November 2018
  • Book now – free

    For the first-time user.

    Come along and ask us your questions.

    Learn about the fantastic services and collections available at the State Library, and find out how to get started on your research.

    State Library of NSW
    Wednesday 7 February 2018 from 10.30am to 11.30am
    Thursday 6 September 2018 from 10.30am to 11.30pm
    Thursday 1 November 2018 from 10.30am to 11.30pm
    Free

Last updated: Wednesday, 6 June 2018