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20 Seniors Central Coast Monday, April 24, 2017

What’s on

Enjoy the wide selection of events that are being held around the Central Coast



CAR-LOVERS will be in heaven with the Central Coast Historic Car Club’s Heritage Day Car Show. There will be historic and classic cars from 1911 Motel T Fords to Jaguar E Type coupes, and everything from 1930s nostalgia to mid-1980s Holdens, and even motorbikes and farm machinery. Enjoy the music of the Pink Cadillacs. At Memorial Park, The Entrance, from 9am to 3pm on Sunday, May 21.

IT’S on at Laycock Street Community Theatre from 8pm on Wednesday, April 26, celebrates Elvis through three different periods of his life. Vic Trevino Jnr brings to life the rockabilly sound and raw dance moves of the young Elvis, Gino Monopoli covers “the movie years” and Steve Michaels is Elvis in that infamous white jumpsuit of the 1970s. Adult tickets are $65. Call 4323 3233.


CELEBRATE all things Italian at the Central Coast Italian Festival at Ettalong Beach Tourist Resort from 9am to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday, April 29-30. There’s food, wine, coffee, folk dancing, music, films and more, including Italian cars and bikes and fashions. But be warned, this is also a travel show, so you never

FOR the historians out there, the Four Villages Walk on Saturday, May 6, offers a moving insight into bygone days when the villages of Kincumber, Yattalunga, Saratoga and Davistown were the hub of shipbuilding. Cost is $5. Go to https://four


JOURNALIST ALISON HOUSTON know where it might take you! Go to www.centralcoast italianfestival. com.


IT’S show time! The Central Coast Regional Show is on April 29-30. Previously the Gosford Regional Show, it will feature all the usual show favourites, including the ever-popular horse events, sideshow alley and showbags, along with a medieval combat display, grand concert organ, the Central Coast Historic Car Club display and fireworks. Adult tickets are $10, with family tickets $25. Go to www.centralcoast regionalshow.

CELEBRATE ITALY: The Central Coast Italian Festival at Ettalong showcases the best of Italian food, wine, music and more.


CULTURE comes alive in a Multicultural Showcase at The Art House, Wyong, on Saturday, April 29. Artists will represent a range of cultures including indigenous Australia, India, Egypt, Hawaii, China, the Philippines, South America, Africa and Thailand. Shows are at 2pm and 6.30pm and tickets cost just $5-$8.

Tranquility. Enjoy the sculpture exhibit, a guest artist, music and delicious treats in a rainforest setting. Only offered on the last Sunday of the month from September to April, April 30 will be your last chance for a while to experience this unique day, except for a special Mother’s Day event. Group bookings are available for other days. Cost is $35. Call Emilia on 0408 659 494.

6. GET YOUR 80S 5. HIGH TEA AND GEAR ON TREATS OKAY ’80s rockers, it’s TREAT yourself to something special with a high tea at the Forest of

time to get your party gear on with the return of the Narara Music Festival at

Mt Penang Gardens on Saturday, May 6. It’s 33 years since the last event, and the 13-band line-up will each cover one of the songs by bands at the last gig, including Cold Chisel, The Angels, INXS and the Hoodoo Gurus. For details go to au.


IT PROMISES more than 40 stalls, antiques and collectables, food, music, and raffles for just a gold coin donation to help people on the Coast who live with a disability. It’s on Saturday, May 6 from 9am to 2pm.


THE annual show raises funds for cancer care services at Gosford and Wyong Hospitals, so why not grab the grandkids and see what you can find as the show turns 21. It’s on at Gosford High School from 9.30am to 3pm on Sunday, May 28, and costs adults $6 and children $2. Call Janette Jones on 0439 387 267.

With a bit of help you can love the way you live COMBINING a range of practical and professional skills, Jenny Vile is offering hands-on solutions to vexing home problems with her professional organisational business, Love the Way You Live. LTWYL’s team can declutter, organise, downsize and revitalise your home. "Our goal is to facilitate major changes in people’s lives to help them gain order, clarity and direction," Jenny said. "We can help retirees who are looking to downsize by offering them help reduce the stress and anxiety for any job small or large." "Emotionally stressed family members dealing with ill parents or a

LIVING WELL: Love the Way You Live founder Jenny Vile

deceased estate can benefit from Jenny and her team’s professional services. Declutter Jenny’s role is the mediator for someone

who has clutter, but needs help clearing away what they don’t need. "I will bring with me my three big bins labelled "toss it", "keep it" and "donate it", "Jenny said.


"Then I take away the "toss it" and "donate it" bins, leaving nothing behind. Downsizing It’s a similar process to decluttering, but takes

into account where the client is moving to and the layout of their new home. Jenny helps her clients plan how they can downsize from a home to a smaller unit or retirement accommodation. "When our clients start planning their next destination, we begin the process of helping sort and declutter weeks or months prior to them being ready for the move," she said. "Part of our commitment to our clients is to help them through the process from start to finish with our packing and unpacking service, garage sale coordination, tradespersons and rubbish removal."

Prepare your home for sale Having worked in real estate, Jenny has an intimate knowledge about successfully presenting homes. Decluttering is the first step, then she helps make a client’s home look and feel good for prospective buyers. Scents, sounds, clutter-free surfaces and floors, lighting, location of key furniture items and street-front appeal are all elements Jenny considers when help to set up a home for sale. For information, visit: or call Jenny Vile on 0428 497 160 or 4322 6155. ADVERTORIAL

Central Coast, April-May 2017  
Central Coast, April-May 2017