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Lifestyle Choices For Seniors On Show

Lifestyle Choices For Seniors And Baby Boomers On Show!

With more than 25 percent of New Zealand residents aged 50 years or older, Seniors Day’ Out – The Lifestyle Expo is an exhibition for Seniors and Baby Boomers, taking place in Auckland from 11 - 13 November 2005 at the North Shore Events Centre.

Seniors and Baby Boomers will be looking forward to Seniors’ Day Out 2005, where the latest Products, Services and Entertainment for the over 50’s will be on show.

The Expo is taking place at the North Shore Events Centre from Friday 11 to Sunday 13 November, with entrances from Silverfield Lane or Argus Place, Glenfield, Auckland.

“Our goal is to provide seniors and baby boomers with useful information enabling them to make their own choices for bringing about the lifestyle they want during an exciting period of their lives” says Brian Peters and Peter Clark, organisers of Seniors Day Out.

This event is designed to encourage personal growth and enrichment for those over the age of 50.

Visitors will discover this event has a great deal to offer them, with interesting and informative displays representing all facets of today’s lifestyles.

Seniors’ Day Out 2005 brings together the latest Products and Services in Travel, Food, Fitness, Health Care, Leisure activities, Lifestyle choices, Gifts and Crafts, Retirement Planning and much more. Visitors will be able speak to the experts, get the latest information and purchase goods at show specials from more than 100 exhibitors.

All generations will enjoy the FREE entertainment on the main stage ranging from Opera, to a Frank Sinatra show.

Attendees can have a go at the many recreational activities to encourage healthy living like Fitness classes, Tai Chi, Yoga, Dancing, Bowls and Croquet.

Embrace new hobbies or rekindle interests in old pastimes.

Seniors’ Day Out 2005 is designed to stimulate the imagination and celebrate the successes of older adults.

General admission is $ 7.00.

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