Living well in Clarence

COMMUNITY members of all ages and abilities will be able to learn about and engage with a variety of services available in and around Clarence when Living Well in Clarence comes to Rosny Library on Saturday 3 November.

The Living Well in Clarence expo provides residents the opportunity to improve their health and quality of life.

There will be something for everyone on the day, from information about services and support for children, older adults, and people living with a disability, to workshops on waste reduction including how to create beeswax wraps.

Residents can take part in activities including local walks and bicycle rides.

There will also be vegetable seedlings and flowers to buy as we welcome spring.

Ultra 106.5 will be broadcasting live on the day, and there will be music and dance performances, plus a free barbecue.

Clarence City Council partners with Warrane Mornington, Clarendon Vale, Rokeby and Risdon Vale Neighbourhood Centres, the Tasmanian Health Service, and Libraries Tasmania to bring this free event to the community.

Living Well in Clarence will be held at Rosny Library on Saturday 3 November from 9.30am to 12.30pm.

For more information on Living Well in Clarence, visit www.liveclarence.com.au.

Caption: Southern Schools staff Louise Rickwood, Karyn Radcliffe, Kate Wilson and Warren Stanwix.

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