Long Jetty Over 50s Club for Leisure & Learning Inc invites you to drop into 6 Thompson St, Long Jetty & check out our wide range of activities available to all members of the Community who are 50 yrs of age or over.
Our Club is run by volunteers & is a non-profit organisation. We occupy premises owned by Central Coast Council & have operated under a leasing arrangement with them since 1976 starting as Long Jetty Senior Citizens Club. Our name was changed to cater for a much wider range of members.
We engage the services of certified instructors for some of our activities, such as Yoga, Chair Yoga, Zumba Gold, Gentle Exercises, Pilates & Rock and Roll Lessons but most of our activities are in the hands of volunteers.
Some activities will appeal to people who want to get some exercise, such as Table Tennis, Tai Chi, Line Dancing, Indoor Bowls & The Jetty Singers etc.
Because we realise that mental stimulation plays an important role in the ageing process, we also offer classes including Art, Computers (from Beginners to Advanced), iPhones/iPads (short courses only), Discussion Group, Learning Italian or French & a Ukulele Group (Beginners & Beyond) etc
In all we have more than 20 different activities 7 days a week, some with a tasty morning or afternoon tea from our Canteen included in the activity session fee.
This community facility can provide you with social interaction as you meet & make new friends; it can stimulate both the physical & mental demands of getting older & will provide you with more enjoyment in your retirement years.
Just step through the door anytime Monday to Friday, 9am to 3pm & be greeted by our Duty Person (also a volunteer) – pick up a programme which will give you the details; complete a membership form; pay $5.50 for a year’s membership; choose your activity (or multiple activities); pay a small fee for each session you attend & you will soon be convinced you’ve made a great choice.
Stay home if you have flu-like symptoms
There is hand sanitizer available in all activity areas
Stay 1.5m apart where possible
Wearing a mask is optional