OLE! Older Learners Expo is bigger than ever
Seniors from across the Sunshine Coast will converge on the Kawana Library and Community Hall at the annual Older Learners Expo (OLE) event this Wednesday 16 May from 10am to enjoy social opportunities, a program of great entertainment, and a range of displays and information booths showcasing the services and learning opportunities available to older residents.
Seniors from across the Sunshine Coast are counting down the days to another entertaining and information-packed Older Learners Expo (OLE) this Wednesday 16 May at the Kawana Library and Community Hall from 10am.
Caloundra City Deputy Mayor Don Smith said OLE participants will enjoy a huge range of displays and information booths with more than 50 community groups, government agencies and allied interest groups participating in the annual event.
"OLE has grown into wonderful community event that gives seniors the opportunity to learn more about the services and facilities available in their local community, and, more importantly, to network and socialise with their peers," Cr Aldous said.
Entertainment will include fashion parades, Melba's Choir, the Sunshine Coast Jazz Club, flamenco dancing, and much more. A low cost morning tea and lunch will also be available.
For more information contact Kawana Library ph 5444 8022 or Caloundra City Libraries ph 5491 1255.
Program - inside Hall
9.30am Neville and Lesley Barnett on piano accordion
10am Opening speech by Trevor Steele, Caloundra City's Citizen of the Year
10.15am Melba's Choir
10.45am Bev Gourlay and Art - singers
11.15am Tap Katz tap dancers with Laurie White
12 noon Fashion parade - ladies' fashions by Millers, men's fashions by Lowes
12.45pm Jazz Softly
1.30pm Flamenco Dancing
Program - outside Hall
10am Sunshine Coast Jazz Club
11am Stella and Band