PALS is a Positive Ageing Program aimed towards promoting healthy, active ageing.
- Elder Abuse Information Session - 20 June
- Action Plans - Positive Ageing, Baby Boomers
- A Novel Life - collection of stories
FREE or low-cost activities for Seniors
Local activities being held from May-August 2014, as part of our Positive Ageing Lifestyles Program.Read more:
Who can attend the PALS events?
Any older adults, 55+ living, working or visiting the City of Monash can attend any of the PALS programs.
Do I need to book into an activity?
Each activity will have an advertised booking date, time and phone number. No bookings will be taken prior to this date.
Each activity is allocated a date, time and phone number for you to call to make a booking or for further information.
Please note: some activities require a phone ballot booking or may have different booking instructions. Please read the program carefully.
Phone Ballot Booking System
Due to popular demand of some events bookings maybe taken via a phone ballot system. Once your phone ballot is received, it goes into a ballot box. Ballots are randomly selected until we have filled the program.
Is there any cost?
Most of the activities are FREE, however some programs may include a fee. Check the program for more details.
Please note a number of events and activities in this program are not organised by the City of Monash.
All events and activities are correct at the time of preparing the Newsletter.
Please call: 9518 3585 TTY: 9518 3655.
Come and enjoy a range of activities and events right here in the City of Monash.
A Novel Life
A Novel life began earlier this year and is a collaboration of the Mulgrave Neighbourhood House and Councils Positive Ageing Lifestyles Program - otherwise known as PALS.
It is a collection of the many untold stories from our long time treasured residents. The stories reflect back over time and reveal some wonderful memories of what Monash was like many years ago. From unsealed roads, septic tanks, farmers markets and cows on Springvale Rd.
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