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Young at Heart film screenings for Seniors Week

19 March, 2012Posted in: Community
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is set to host the 7th annual Young at Heart Seniors Film Festival as part of its 2012 Seniors Week celebrations.

The free screenings will take place at the Hill Top Community Centreand Robertson CTC and recognise the best Australian short films featuring actors aged over 60 years.

Council’s Ageing and Disability Worker, Nicola Robson said the film festival was one of the highlights of the 2012 program.

“This year seven short films are being screened as part of the festival across more than 25 venues throughout New South Wales including our own Shire,” she said.

The films feature a mix of home grown stories from comedy to drama.

The Young at Heart Film Festival is run with the assistance of Ageing, Disability and Home Care, Department of Family and Community Services, NSW Seniors Week and major sponsors Globus, Cochlear and National Seniors.

Details of the free local screenings are:

  • Hill Top Community Centre
  • Cnr Rosina and Cumberteen Street, Hill Top
  • Tuesday 20 March 2012  
  • 10.30am and 1.30pm

Contact Bonnie Nadin on 4889 8998 or email: bonnie.nadin@wscwsc.nsw.gov.au to reserve free seating

  • CTC @ Robertson
  •  58 – 60 Hoodle Street, Robertson
  •  Tuesday 20 March 2012
  •  1.30pm

Contact Monica Engel on 4885 2665 or email: info@robertsonctc.org.au to reserve free seating.

For the full film program visit: www.youngatheart.net.au