Seniors Concert

Sunday 24 February

TIME: 2-4pm WHERE: Bankstown Sports Club, The Grand Ballroom COST: $2

Come along to this year’s Seniors Concert to celebrate the important role and contribution seniors play in our community. Tickets can be purchased at Council’s Customer Service Centres in Bankstown and Campsie from 22nd January 2019. For more information, call our Community Services Team on 9789 9594.

Active CB Program

Throughout February 2019

Aqua Aerobics

Every Monday, 9-9.45amMax Parker Leisure & Aquatic Centre

Tai Chi

Every Tuesday, 10-11amMorris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre

Aqua Aerobics

Every Friday, 10-11amRoselands Leisure & Aquatic Centre

Active CB Seniors Festival sessions are aimed for people 55+ years and are designed to be done in a fun, sociable and inclusive environment, and the best part about them is they’re FREE. Canterbury-Bankstown residents are only eligible for registration. For more information, call Council’s Recreation Officer on 9707 9236. To register for the FREE group fitness session, go to

All-day bus trip to Bowral

Tuesday 19 February, Wednesday 20 February & ​Thursday 21 February

To celebrate NSW Seniors Festival, we’ve organised a day trip to visit Bowral, stopping for morning tea at Bowral Senior Citizens Centre in Corbett Gardens, and lunch at Mittagong RSL. Seniors will be able to purchase tickets from Council’s Customer Service Centres in Bankstown and Campsie from 22nd January 2019. This event is for seniors 60+ (or 45+ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders). Limited spaces. For more information, call our Community Services Team on 9789 9594.​

Tea, Dance and Fiesta

Every Wednesday from ​6 February to 17 April​

WHAT: Tea, dance and fiesta TIME: 10am-noon WHERE: Bankstown Art Centre

COST $20 per person for the 11​-week program

To celebrate NSW Seniors Festival, Council has organised a dance adventure for seniors to learn how to Salsa! Seniors of all ages and abilities are invited to take part in the exciting Tea Dance Fiesta. No partner required and no previous experience necessary.​

Limited spaces. Register and purchase your tickets online.

For more information, call our Community Services Team on 9789 9594​.

Susan Zimmerman exhibition

Monday to Friday from ​​1 February to 27 February​

WHAT: Susan Zimmerman art exhibition TIME: 9am-5pm WHERE: Bankstown Art Centre Incubate Gallery

Drawn to arts and crafts, from a young age, artist Susan Zimmermann started to learn folk art painting in 1991. She joined Bankstown Art Society after an early retirement and, since then, her art has progressed from traditional to more abstract forms. 

Meals on Wheels Concert

Thursday 14 February

​TIME: 10am-noon WHERE: Club Condell Park Eldridge Rd, Condell Park

Love is in the air and especially for all our Meals on Wheels and aged day clients, carers and volunteers. To thank them for their hard work and dedication to our community, Council is hosting a FREE concert, morning tea, and lunch. For more information, call Meals on Wheels on 9707 9646.

Retirement village living

Wednesday 13 February

TIME: 10–11am WHERE: Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre

The session will cover all your questions about living in a retirement village, or thinking about moving to one. To book, call 9707 9708, or for further information, go to 

​Origami butterfly making

Thursday 14 February

TIME: 11am–12.30pm WHERE: Campsie Library and Knowledge Centre

Unleash your creative side and learn how to make gorgeous Origami butterflies using traditional Japanese paper. A fun interactive workshop followed by morning tea! To book, call 9789 9423, or for further information, call 9789 9424.

Sylvan Grove Native Garden Tour

Tuesday 19 February

TIME: 9.30am-12.30pm​ WHERE: Sylvan Grove Native Garden, 7 Sylvan Grove, Picnic Point

Take a guided stroll through Sylvan Grove Native Garden. With more than 1,500 species of native plants which have been lovingly gathered and nurtured from all over Australia, the gardens are one of the City’s best hidden gems. Bookings are essential as limited spots available.​​ Book online.

Ladies in Black movie screening

Wednesday 20 February

TIME: 10-noon WHERE: Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre

Adapted from the bestselling novel by Madeleine St John, Ladies in Black is an alluring and tender-hearted comedy drama about the lives of a group of department store employees in Sydney during 1959. To book, call 9707 9708.

Don't Knock Your Granny

                  Thursday 21 February

WHERE: Campsie Library and Knowledge Centre

The Older Women’s Network presents their theatre production which sheds light on the dark topic of elder abuse. The show will make you laugh and cry as you listen to women’s actual experiences. There are songs, skits, plenty of laughs and some puppets. To book, call 9789 9423, or for further information, call 9789 9424.

Planning ahead for Seniors

Friday 22 February

TIME: 11am–noon WHERE: Campsie Library and Knowledge Centre

A Lawyer from Seniors Rights Service NSW will be presenting a talk on planning ahead for seniors. Do you want to know about legal guardianship, power of attorney, creating a will, planning for your future? Come along to hear all you need to know and gain a better understanding of your rights. To book, call 9789 9423, or for further information, call 9789 9424.

Author Talk: Mirror Sydney by Vanessa Berry

Friday 22 February

TIME: 10.30-11.30am WHERE: Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre

Vanessa Berry is an author and blogger who has a fascination for Sydney and its suburbs, and in particular with a focus on overlooked, forgotten, secret or unusual places within the city and especially the suburbs. To book, call 9707 9708.

Tech Savvy Seniors for Greek Speakers

Every Friday from 8 February to 29 February

TIME: 10.30am-12.30pm WHERE:​ Campsie Library and Knowledge Centre

​Limited to 10 Greek speakers over 60 years. To book, call 9789 9424.​​