Whitehorse Seniors Festival 2021

Welcome to the Whitehorse Seniors Festival - a great opportunity to meet new people, learn a new skill, be entertained or get involved in a new hobby or activity!

Festival Update

Due to COVID restrictions in-person events cannot proceed at this time. Online events are still happening and in-person events have been cancelled or are being offered in an online format. If you were interested in attending an in-person event please contact the event host via the details in the program for the latest event information.

View a selection of the online events below

Throughout the month of October, we celebrate ageing positively with a diverse mix of online events. Events cater for a range of interests: Try an exercise class, learn about technology, attend an information seminar, visit a new venue, experience other cultures, get crafty, build your bike riding confidence or watch a performance.

View the full program of over 80 free and low cost events.

Reimagined 2021 on now

The Whitehorse Seniors Festival forms part of the State Government’s Victorian Seniors Festival Reimagined 2021. Browse the Victorian Seniors Festival highlights ( PDF 1.21MB) or tune in to Festival performances on Seniors Online website.

Write your Life Story

Tuesday 5 October
Tuesday 12 October
Tuesday 19 October

Is Health and Wellbeing Important to You?

Wednesday 6 October
Saturday 16 October

Dance, Fitness & Zumba

Friday 8 October
2.00pm - 3.00pm

A Smartphone as a useful Travel Companion

Monday 11 October
1.30 - 3.00pm


Uke ‘n Play Ukulele

Wednesday 13 October
7.00pm - 8.00pm

Materials Recovery Facility virtual tour

Thursday 14 October
10.30am - 12.00 noon

Gentle Fitness

Tuesday 19 October
12.30pm  - 1.30pm

Tai Chi

Wednesday 20 October
1.30pm - 2.00pm

Disability Awareness

Thursday 21 October
2.00pm - 3.30pm

Prepare your home for summer

Friday 29 October
2.00pm - 4.00pm

If you would like technology help to access digital components of the Festival please contact Whitehorse Manningham Libraries (or by phone on Blackburn 9896 8400, Box Hill 9896 4300, Vermont South 9872 8650, Nunawading 9872 8600), to receive one-on-one phone and online support.

This is also available in printed Whitehorse News September edition