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Seniors Festival comes to Docklands

05 Oct 2017

 

By Chelsea Cucinotta

Docklands is the centre of a number of great Seniors Festival events this month.

Jazz Brew Cafe: Alison Riethmuller with Phil Noy

Pianist and vocalist Alison Riethmuller will perform alongside saxophonist Phil Noy in the Jazz Brew Cafe series on October 13. Spend a Friday afternoon listening to the soothing sound of jazz from 4pm to 5.15pm at Library at The Dock.

Alison is no stranger to the music industry, and has been playing the piano and singing for 20 years across Australia, Europe and Asia. She has lectured in piano studies at the University of South Queensland, and has had various directing experience.

With previous concerts held in Australian venues like Jimbour House, Sydney’s Slide Lounge, and the Brisbane Jazz Club, Alison will now join Phil, from The Bamboos, to perform in Docklands for this free event!

For tickets and for more information visit http://www.eventbrite.com.au

Open Door Singers

Enter the open door of music with this free regular singing group, where you can meet new people over tea, coffee and chords! Open Door Singers is committed to sharing the benefits of singing, which includes a boost in health and happiness.

In just 10 years, the club has grown to a membership base of over 400, as led by founder and internationally acclaimed choral conductor Shaun Islip. Open Door Singers will perform on Sundays (8th, 15th and 22nd) in October from 6pm to 7pm at The Hub. For more information visit eventbrite.com.au

Laughter Club

Laughter is the best medicine, so join in on the fun with this gleeful group! Held at 10am on the first Saturday of each month, the session runs for half an hour and is followed by a 30-minute meditation – a great way to start the day.

Laughter Club will be led by laughter therapist Jim Lord or Guru Mahes Karuppiah Quillen, and includes laughing exercises with happy breathing activities, which are sure to reduce stress and clear the mind!

This is a free event held at Buluk Park. For more information visit eventbrite.com.au

Bollywood workout

Dance to your heart’s content in this Bollywood-inspired class at 2pm on October 9. In just 60 minutes, instructors from Jollity Bollywood will teach you this Indian dance, through both high and low-intensity sequences. With weight loss, flexibility and overall health in mind, these classes are ideal for all!

No prior experience is required. First session is free upon producing seniors card. For more information and to register, visit eventbrite.com.au

Tai Chi

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and find some peace of mind in Docklands through these Tai Chi classes.

Immerse yourself in this 16th century Chinese martial art practice through Qigong breathing and meditation activities, presented by JinLi Wushu-Tai Chi. Great for the body and soul, these classes are a great way to socialise and meet new and like-minded people.

Sessions run from 7.30am to 8.30am every Thursday at Library at The Dock, and are suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The first session is free. Contact (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

Screening of Bill Cunningham: New York

Frock up for this free documentary screening at the performance space and community room on the second floor of Library at The Dock. Screening from 2-5pm on Thursday, October 12.

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