Have say on cre­at­ing age-friendly com­mu­nity

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THE City of Ar­madale is pre­par­ing for the fu­ture through a se­ries of com­mu­nity con­sul­ta­tions.

Ar­madale’s pop­u­la­tion aged 50 years and over is fore­cast to quadru­ple by 2026, ris­ing from 7983 to 31,690.

To cater to res­i­dents, the City is look­ing to iden­tify age-friendly fea­tures, bar­ri­ers and gather gen­eral sug­ges­tions for im­prove­ment from

THE Don Rus­sell Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre has an­nounced the ad­di­tion of a new short-throw pro­jec­tor.

The re­cently in­stalled pro­jec­tor fea­tures a short-throw lens, fixed

the com­mu­nity.

Com­mu­nity mem­bers are en­cour­aged to come along to these meet­ings to share their ex­pe­ri­ence, ex­per­tise and in­put.

The next age-friendly com­mu­nity con­sul­ta­tion is on Thurs­day, April 27 from 8am to 10am at the Ro­ley­stone Kar­rag­ullen Se­niors Club.

Book­ings are es­sen­tial as num­bers are lim­ited. Call 9394 5642 to re­serve your spot.

in the light­ing grid above the stage.

It will be able to project movies and im­ages dur­ing per­for­mances, whereas it was pre­vi­ously only pos­si­ble to do so if no one was on stage.

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