Brrr… the winter chill is finally here. And while you may want to reach for a warm blanket and sip hot tea at home for the next few months, you’ll be missing out on a great deal of fun activities that are held throughout the Inner West during winter, if you do. To get you out of the house, Canada Bay Club has put together our favourite mix of things for seniors to keep busy when the temperature drops. Give these top activites a try…
Term one is done and dusted – it’s likely you have tired school kids on your hands with TWO WHOLE weeks ahead! Never fear, our list of fun-filled things to do will keep everyone happy, including parents. There are plenty of activities, arts and crafts, and sport programs in and around the Inner West. Read on for Canada Bay Club’s school holiday picks.
Maintaining good health is important at every age and this means eating well and being active. Exercising regularly boosts your odds of staying mentally healthy and remaining free of disease and disability. But when our bodies become a little less agile and our endurance may not be as endless as it was at age 21, which exercises are best? The team at Canada Bay Club has the tips and tricks to keep you fit and active for a full, long life – remember, always consult your physician to assess the right level of exercise that’s right for you.
Shake off those winter blues and get active, arty or even cosy these school holidays. Term two is wrapping up and we’re halfway through the year. It’s time for a break – and it’s time to plan your holidays so boredom doesn’t set in. Keep the kids engaged with our Canada Bay Club picks from in and around the Inner West, guaranteed to fill this holiday break with fun.
Ready to book your next holiday? We have an accommodation place with your name on it! If you’re not already a member of Canada Bay Club, join now so you can book your next holiday at Canada Bay Club’s Forster apartments – read more about this beachside accommodation right here.
Does your child play in a local sporting group? Canada Bay Club believes these grassroots organisations provide so much support, guidance and health education for our children, which is why the club donated more than $500,000 to community groups, schools and local sporting clubs in 2016. We’re committed to championing our up-and-coming young sportspeople. From rugby league, to soccer and netball, no sport is ignored at Canada Bay Club. We’re proud of the partnerships we’ve built in the Inner West and constantly strive to help enable a healthy, active lifestyle for the next generation of community members and athletes. Take a look at just a few of the groups we’ve donated to, supported and cheered on… you may discover the right sports group for your children in this local line-up.
From hidden gems to acres of parklands, we’ve unearthed five of the best places for a fun day out in our local area (and beyond if you feel like a drive) to get the most out of these long summer days… pack a picnic and enjoy!
Ho Ho Ho! Have your calendars at the ready. It’s time for lights, carols and festivities galore! The Canada Bay Club has researched the celebrations leading up to Christmas Day. Read on to find out what’s happening in your local community.
Every Thursday, Canada Bay Club hosts the Director’s Raffle in the Sports Lounge to support charities that help those in need throughout the community. Last year, we donated almost $40,000 back to the community through a variety of charities that we chose: one for nearly every month of the year.
If you’re experiencing the Easter long weekend pressure to do something special with your family this weekend, make it something that allows you to relax too – so that it’s not just you who ends up back at work on Tuesday feeling like you didn’t actually have a long weekend at all.