North Coast seniors looking for exciting things to do will be happy to learn there are some fun and educational events coming to the area. The staff at Home Care Assistance, a trusted provider of senior home care in North Coast, has compiled a list of upcoming events in North Coast your ageing loved one may want to attend.
Located at 121 Wingham Road, this crafting event takes place on November 19th and 20th at 10am. At this fair, your loved one will have the opportunity to visit with talented exhibitors and learn about crafts, purchase supplies and gifts, and enhance his or her brain activity by participating in one of the many workshops. Your loved one even has the chance to win a door prize and enter an amazing sewing machine raffle. Scrumptious meals, refreshments, and coffee will also be offered.
2. Uki Buttery Bazaar
This gem of a fair at 1454 Kyogle Road takes place on the third Sunday of each month in the morning. At this event, your loved one can socialise with the friendly locals and enjoy the free live music as he or she goes from booth to booth to look at the handcrafts and antiques, and he or she may even find a fabulous bargain on a treasure or a plant to take home. Your loved one also has the option to stay for a delicious lunch from a food cart or just relax under the shaded trees with a high-quality drink from Coffee Oasis.
3. Healing Haven Markets
This market is held at the Dudley Public School on the second Saturday of every month, and it offers seniors the chance to learn about natural products and holistic methods of healing that can enhance their health. The market also offers alternative therapists, homemade gifts, live performances, fresh produce, and chemical-free products. Your loved one can also attend one of the many workshops they offer to learn more about healthy living.
4. Channon Craft Market
This is one of Australia’s oldest craft festivals. It’s held in Coronation Park on Channon Road the second Sunday of every month from 9am to 3pm. There are more than 250 stalls for your loved one to check out, offering everything from fresh produce to plants and crafts to clothing. In between socialising and shopping, your loved one can enjoy the live entertainment they offer or participate in one of the many craft workshops.
Going to local events such as these can help boost your loved one’s overall wellbeing. If he or she needs encouragement to get out of the house for some exercise and mental and social stimulation, turn to Home Care Assistance. We are a leading provider of live-in and respite care North Coast seniors can count on, and our caregivers can provide transportation and companionship, assist with mobility, and help with a wide array of daily tasks. For more information on our aged care services, please call 1300 LIVE-IN or (02) 6646 3527 today.