HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY PREPARE FOR YOUR RETIREMENT ... AND ENJOY IT!
Posted in 'Resident Events, Sales, Village Events' on May 30, 2015
FREE INFORMATION SESSION
We invite you to come along to our FREE Information Session,
- The importance of having a Will, Power of Attorney and Advanced Health Directive.
- Differences between Pre-Paid Funerals and Funeral Insurance.
- How the changes to ‘In Home Care’ will affect you.
- How to organise a hassle free holiday - travel tips from your Personal Travel Manager.
- What are your options for retirement living?
- Planning for retirement - the 2 biggest risks that all retirees face
enjoy a delicious morning tea and listen to our six qualified presenters discuss:
of which you may not have considered: Longevity Risk and Sequencing Risk.
Set aside Friday 5 June 2015 at 9.45am and
come along to the Victoria Point Bowls Club,
Poinciana Ave, Victoria Point for a very important seminar!
Please RSVP to Savannah Falzon on 3207 0786
at Tranquil Waters Retirement Village as soon as possible
or inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
to reach Savannah directly and book your spot!
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR RETIREMENT?
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 29, 2015
Do you know about Power of Attorney, Funeral Insurance, In Home Care,
Personal Travel Managers, Longevity and Sequencing Risks or Any of Your Options?
Book now on 07 3207 0786 to come along to a very important Information Session
at the Victoria Point Bowls Club on Friday 5 June - in one weeks time!
There will be very informative talks by each of the following presenters:
OUR FISH TANK IN THE FOYER
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 28, 2015
Come sit for a while and enjoy watching the fish play around in our tank in the foyer,
at our reception in the Community Centre. A colouful array of delight!
PRESCARE DAY THERAPY CENTRE PRESENTATION
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 27, 2015
Today we are having a presentation by
PresCare Day Therapy Centre
in the Community Centre at 9.30am.
There will be FREE MOBILITY ASSESSMENTS
by PresCare and Morning Tea will be supplied!
NEW OPENING HOURS
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 26, 2015
We are making a small change to our opening hours.
The weekend of the 30th/31st of May will be the last weekend
in which the sales office is open. The following weekend of
the 6th/7th of June we will be closed in line with our new hours.
Our friendly staff will be available from Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.
TUESDAY SHOPPING BUS
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 26, 2015
TODAY .. the Shopping Bus will visit
Aldi, Library, Butcher & Cafes at Lake Side Shopping Centre.
All aboard at 11am for a quick trip, returning at 12noon.
No booking required!
ON WEDNESDAY 27TH MAY
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 25, 2015
We will be having a Presentation by PresCare Day Therapy Centre
in the Community Centre at 9.30am. There will be FREE MOBILITY ASSESSMENTS
at 10am and a yummy Morning Tea will be supplied.
Call Tranquil Waters on 3207 0786 for more information.
THE BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 24, 2015
Another glorious day at Victoria Point!
WELCOME TO TRANQUIL WATERS
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 23, 2015
A very warm welcome to Lenore, and John & Barbara
who have recently moved into the village.
We hope that you enjoy many years of happiness and
make many new friendships at Tranquil Waters.
TAI CHI TODAY!
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 20, 2015
PresCare is holding a TAI CHI session today in the Community Centre,
commencing this morning at 8.30am for an hour.
The cost of each session is only $5 and can be done standing or sitting.
Come along and see if this gentle exercise is for you!
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 15, 2015
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 14, 2015
Another beautiful day at Victoria Point!
OUR APRIL COACH TRIP
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 11, 2015
April the 2nd, the day of our coach and bus trip, we woke, not to the patter of little feet, but to raindrops on our roofs! Not to be deterred, forty one residents boarded the coach confident it would be a good day; and it was!
A comfortable coach, a capable driver and we were away, heading in the direction of the city to board our cruise boat, the M.V. Neptune.
Settling down to the gentle roll of the boat, we were treated to a Devonshire Morning Tea and before we knew it we had cruised under three of our bridges, Story, Victoria and William Jolly. How our city has changed! It has come of age with magnificent houses lining the full extent of the river and the owners' toys, millionaire motor cruisers waiting for the nod to be underway for the Easter break.
For those of us who are Brisbanites, to see the old Evans Deakin shipyards at Kangaroo Point now home to luxurious units would have been beyond our comprehension. Then around Breakfast Creek where Newstead House nestled almost hidden among the massive trees in the garden.
Another bend of our Brisbane River showed Mowbray Park at East Brisbane, then Norman Park with the Canning Bridge over Norman Creek, now almost luminous after the sun had decided to appear.
To finish the day, lunch at Coorparoo R.S.L. where one resident was jubilant at her luck at the 'pokies' and another winning a tasty meat tray. We were rather concerned that we may be barred after such success but all was well.
Thank you Pamela for another most enjoyable day.
by Betty R (Resident of Tranquil Waters)
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 10, 2015
ON THE BIG SCREEN TONIGHT
Posted in 'Resident Events, Village Events' on May 9, 2015
In the Leisure Centre at 6.30pm tonight on the big screen will be shown:
'The Marco Spada or The Bandit's Daughter Ballet'
performed by The Bolshoi Ballet Company with Music by Daniel Francoise, Esprit Auber
and Chorography by Pierre Lacotte, and staged at The Bolshoi Theatre and Orchestra venue.
"This French ballet recounts the problems of a bandit Marco Spada
when his daughter Angela is courted by three aristocrats
- the Marchesa Sampietri; her fiancé, Prince Federici; and Count Pepinelli."