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THE 23rd Tasmanian Seniors Week, the 11th to be organised by COTA Tasmania on behalf of the State Government, is set to go ahead from 11 to 17 October.

More than 380 events are on offer state-wide, with more than half of the events happening in the south.

While the overall number of events is still fewer than pre-pandemic levels, the events on offer are interesting and varied.

People in the northern suburbs will have an array of events happening in their community.

The West Moonah Community House has an interesting selection of events including a quiz lunch, how to make a chopping board, mystery bus trip, and the popular ‘OpShop Crawl’ by bus.

The Golden Years Club will conduct a concert, while line dancing will be held at the Tolosa Hall.

The Glenorchy Library also offers a range of interesting activities and information sessions.

The Hobart area will also offer about 70 events, including physical exercise activities, information events and several entertainment options such as the popular Army Band performing in ‘Afternoon at the Proms’.

The truly adventurous can embark on single or multi-day Lady Nelson sailing tours.

Seniors Week retains its tagline of “Discover. Imagine. Together”, which was introduced several years ago and still resonates perfectly with the objectives of the week.

The free, official 72-page printed events guide is available at Service Tasmania, libraries, council offices, community houses, and all Australia Post outlets.

The guide features the popular Daily Planner section, allowing readers to easily identify the events that appeal and make their Seniors Week activity planning easier.

The guide is also entirely replicated online and can be accessed at www.cotatas.org.au/seniorsweek.

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