The Hills Council is hosting three free events this NSW Seniors Festival.
Residents aged 60-years and over are invited to come along and enjoy one or all of the events including:
Wellbeing for Life – Healthy Brain, Healthy Body Workshop
Join for a special workshop by not-for-profit aged care provider, Bolton Clarke as they introduce you to the six factors of positive ageing and how to be your happiest at any stage of life.
Castle Hill Library
Thursday 2nd February,
A movie screening of A Man Called Otto
Sit back, relax and enjoy a free screening of the 2022 comedy-drama, featuring Tom Hanks. Attendees will also be treated to refreshments prior to the movie starting at 10am.Events Cinemas Castle Hill
Tuesday 7th February
from 9.30am till noon
Roughley House Open Day presented in partnership with Council and the Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville
Visit and explore one of the oldest properties in Dural, Roughley House. Built in 1856, the house features picturesque pine trees and provides a glimpse into The Hills’ early colonial past. Come along on Thursday and experience this spectacular place for yourself, as well as enjoy a special jazz performance, market stalls and delicious morning tea.
Roughley House, 656A Old Northern Rd, Dural
Thursday 9th February
To book or for further information, visit Councils website: