Senior Arts Social is a multi-arts programme and morning tea for seniors in our community every Saturday morning, including concerts, art workshops, dance/movement classes and artist talks. Saturdays | 10:30 - 12:30 | FREE
To secure your spot for each session please call 027 180 02868, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click on the registration links below each session.
Saturday 9 December - Christmas Tea Dance
Come and join us for a dance or just watch the others dance while you socialise and enjoy a cuppa. Anything goes at this tea dance run by Dance Social. Dance Social teach Modern Jive - which is an easy to learn partner dance - it is basically walking to music, so no fancy footwork to get to grips with. If you have some moves of your own, get up and do your thing on the dance floor. If you don't have any moves, they will teach a few basic moves to get you up and moving! They will bring some of their regular dancers to help you get up and enjoy a dance or two or more.
Registration not required.
Saturday 16 December - Christmas sing along with Mark Wilson
Join us for a festive sing-along with the renowned local pianist, Mark Wilson. Mark is a beloved regular performer at Senior Arts Social, and his music never fails to leave everyone with beaming smiles.
Registration not required.
Don't forget to register by calling 027 180 02868 or emailing email@example.com (or click on the registration links under each session above).
Thank you to Te Hau Toka for their support in bringing this programme to our community:
Previous Sessions (Saturdays):
15 April - Concert – Pianist Louis Koopman
22 April - Art Workshop - Colours of Autumn with Raquel Tamara Carter
29 April - Movement workshop with Theresa Swain
6 May - Film - Hip Hop-eration
13 May - Concert - Turn Up The Music students
20 May - Art Workshop - Exploring drawing with Raquel Tamara Carter
27 May - Tea Dance with Dance Social
3 June - Feldenkrais awareness lesson
10 June - Still Life Collage
17 June - Piano Recital with Mark Wilson
24 June - Film Screening - Ever the Land
1 July - Weaving working with Roka Cameron
8 July - Sculpting Poetry with Nataysa Zambri
15 July - Art Workshop with Raquel
22 July - Film Screening - Te Matakite O Aotearoa / Māori Land March
29 July - Concert - Turn Up the Music students
5 August - Origami Workshop with the Japanese Origami Club
12 August - James and Isey - Film Screening
19 August - Tea Dance with Emma Dagg
26 August - Mark Wilson Piano Recital
2 September - Pottery with Raquel Carter
9 September - Turn up the Music concert
16 September - Mindful Movement with Sunny Sky
23 September - Painting Poetry with Natasya Zambri
30 September - Portrait Art workshop with Raquel
7 October - At the World's Edge festival dress rehearsal
14 October - Meet the artist: Abhi Chinniah
21 October - Macrame Workshop with Emma Peers
28 October - Embrace the process art workshop with Queenstown Art Society