There are a number of events being held at Frankston Library during the month of October for the Seniors Festival.
Tuesday 8 October 2pm - 3pmImproving Your Health by Eating More Plants with Dr Andrew Davies.
There is health crisis associated with the modern way we eat. Dr Andrew Davies will explain how eating more plant foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes can radically improve your health.
This is a FREE event. Bookings are essential. Click here to book.
Wednesday 9 October 10am - 12pm
Seniors Festival - We’re going to Graceland - Planning a trip online
Ever dreamed of travelling? Maybe a trip to the home of Elvis or a road trip around Australia.
Join us for some online hints and tips to help turn your dream into a reality. We will look at booking flights and tours, using online maps, trusted websites for travel advice and more.
Thursday 10 October 10.30am - 12pm
Blindness for Beginners with Maribel Steel
Losing sight is a life-changing experience. Maribel Steel shares the story of her diagnosis, her struggle to hide 'disability', and how she was forced to face the truth that transformed her life.
This is a FREE event. Booking are essential. Click here to book.
Thursday 17 October 2pm - 3pm
A Spanner in the Works with Loretta Smith
The extraordinary story of Alice Anderson and Australia's first all girl-garage.
Tuesday 22 October 11am - 1pm
Freedom to Feel Good
The workshop delivers life skill tools that nurture individuals to be empowered, happy and fulfilled.
Wednesday 23 October 10am - 12pm
Learn Skills Online - Let's take a photo
Want to learn how to take, store and send photos on your tablet or smart phone? This workshop will help you manage your digital memories.
Bring along your iPad, tablet or smart phone.
Wednesday 23 October 2.30pm - 3.30pm
Emily Bronte - A Child of the Moors
Accomplished actress Lise Rogers, widely known for her Jane Austen series, performs a unique reading that evokes Emily Brontë’s world, work, and tragically short life.
Saturday 26 October 1pm - 3pm
Family History Research on Ancestry.com
Learn how to develop an extensive family tree on Ancestry.com. Matthew Cohn will share his ideas around developing a family history in the digital era.