Open House (at Wadestown Presbyterian Church hall on Hanover Street, Wadestown) is on Thursday 22 April. This month our special guests are Paul Kitteridge & Mary Lambert.
Paul Kitteridge, Baritone, has taken a number of roles in amateur opera and musicals, as well as presenting radio recitals. In later life he belonged to the Wellington City Opera Chorus and various choirs and entertained in retirement homes.
Mary Lambert, Lyric Soprano, began singing lessons with Geoffrey Delautour. He would take her with others to sing at senior citizens gatherings and retirement homes - which she is still doing! Later she studied under Heather Taylor and Emily Mair and sang with Bel Canto and in Gilbert and Sullivan Musicals and now sings with the Wadestown Singers.
Open House is is a monthly gathering for over 60s. It meets every 4th Thursday in the Wadestown Presbyterian Church hall which is on Hanover Street (just off Wadestown Road).
Please feel free to bring a friend or share this programme with someone you think would be interested in coming to Open House.
$5.oo each month is appreciated to cover costs and helps subsidise the Mystery Bus Trip at the end of the year.
If you would like more information then please get in touch with the office on 499 7224 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This month we have the wonderful Bee Dawson as our guest speaker.“God, Guns and Gardening” – lovely images and lively tales.
Open House is a group for over 60's that meets every 4th Thursday of the month in the Church hall at Wadestown Presbyterian Church (Cnr of Wadestown Road and Hanover Street).
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It’s a time for fine-tuning your skills and pushing the boundaries, catching up with your mates and heading off on new adventures at the drop of a hat! No, we’re not talking about your 20s, we’re talking about your retirement.
Ross’ retirement saw the beginning of his musical journey where his passion quickly evolved from making music, to crafting guitars. It all started when Ross and some mates joined a music group where the camaraderie and togetherness were just as important as the music.
Living in a Ryman village, Ross can continue living life to the full in his retirement because they are places where you don’t retire from life, you find a new way to live .