The purpose of the Networks are:
- To build fellowship between Clubs and Kingston Council and to provide an avenue for effective communication;
- To support collaboration and information sharing between Clubs and to assist Clubs with their activities and events by providing information, resources and promotion;
- To identify and encourage potential partnerships;
- To provide information about grants, nominations for awards and training/assistance with the applications if required;
- To provide information relevant to seniors to maintain their engagement in the community e.g. transport options, services, changes in aged care system etc.
Probus Clubs Network
Probus Clubs Network comprises of ten Probus Clubs providing activities for residents of Kingston.
The Probus Clubs movement originally formed in the 1960s in the United Kingdom for retired professionals and business people and arrived in Australia in the 1970s. Depending on individual characteristics the Probus Clubs offer variety of activities including guest speakers, concerts, craft, games, walking groups, outings including extended trips.
Download the Probus Clubs Network list
For more information about Kingston Probus Clubs Network and its members, please contact Social Inclusion Officer on 9581 4948.
Senior Clubs Network
Senior Clubs Network comprises of 57 Senior Clubs including senior citizens, ethnic specific and multicultural groups. Depending on individual characteristics the senior clubs offer variety of activities including guest speakers, concerts, exercise groups, games, outings, some offer morning tea and lunch, and lunch/dance events. For more information about Kingston Senior Clubs Network and its members, please contact Social Inclusion Officer on 9581 4948.
Download the Senior Clubs Network list
For more information about individual Clubs and calendars of their events visit mycommunitylife.com.au