The Northam Town Hall was abuzz with cheer and friendship as our seniors met up for the Shire of Northam’s Seniors Week morning tea.
WA Seniors Week 2018 runs from Sunday, November 11 to Saturday, November 17 and is a chance for the community to say thankyou to the elders in the community for their contribution over the years.
More than 40 seniors and staff from the Shire of Northam met at the town hall for a morning of food, tea and music.
The celebrations do not stop with the morning tea.
Seniors are also invited to come and see the Avon Valley Arts Society Inc Art for Grown-Ups exhibition for the duration of Seniors Week.
The exhibition will consist of works by AVAS Inc. members and will be open to view by groups of residents from aged care facilities, their carers and other community members by appointment.
For enquiries about opening times contact Cliff Simpson on 0409 686 138 or visit the Avon Valley Arts Society Facebook page.
Northam’s Old Railway Station Museum will also be holding a double-header event with the re-opening of its historic railway carriages coinciding with Seniors Week.
The museum will also be the venuehost a Seniors Week exhibition showcasing local photographers’ work from a recent shoot at the Museum based on the theme “Steam Punk”.
Members of Northam Photography Group utilised a wide variety of photographic techniques to achieve dramatic and spectacular images of the Museum’s steam locomotive and 19th century carriages, using models and period costumes.
Mounted prints by group members will be on show in the entry lobby and on the main platform.