The Victor Harbor and District Senior Citizens Club is back in action, following some down time due to social distancing regulations brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Club activities had been suspended since April, but are set to recommence this week, from August 1.
The club aims to provide, establish and maintain recreational facilities to support the social and general wellbeing of its members through a variety of fun, social activities. At present, annual membership is $10 with a $2 charge for each activity attended, coffee and tea included. New members are always welcomed and enquiries can be made to Vice President Kayleen Parr via: 0435 354 268.
All activities are run out of Carrickalinga House Seniors Centre at 17-19 Torrens Street, Victor Harbor. Activities include:
- Scottish Country Dancing, Monday, 1-4 pm
- Square Dancing, Tuesday, 1-4pm
- Cards, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 1pm
- Snooker, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 1pm
- Bridge, Wednesday, 12.45-4.30pm
- Tai Chi, Thursday, 10-11.15am
- Fleurieu Antiques & Collectibles, Second Sundays at 2pm
The Scottish Country Dancing group usually run a very popular annual 'Ceilidh' event which has now been rescheduled to 2021.
Involvement includes a 'come and try' week of all activities.