Seniors Laughing

All presentations are held at the Historic Motor Vehicles Club, Victor Harbor

from 2.00pm to 4.00pm

on the third Thursday of the month.

Members and Visitors are most welcome.  

Entry fee $2.00 per person

Please Note  : Presentations will be subject to Covid 19 restrictions

Please book your attendance by email at

BYO Refreshments


Live well with Arthritis

at home and in the Garden

Tuesday 11th May 2021

presenter  :  Lyn Crossley 'Arthritis South Australia'

Living with arthritis can affect many aspects of daily life.    This workshop  gives practical ideas on techniques and gadgets you can use and how different Healthcare professionals can support you.

Image by Paul Cuoco


Fiery Infernos and

Motorcycle Mayhem

Thursday 21st October, 2021    


   Fiery Inferno

 presenter : Jeremy Allport


Jeremy is a Lieutenant with the Waitpinga Fire Brigade

and has plenty to tell us as the fire season opens.


  presenter : Peter Morris

Peter was a senior instructor with the SA government-run ‘Ridersafe Group’ for our Australia Post motor cyclists.  

He has a fund of stories to tell and a happy and humorous

way of telling them.


Book by Monday 11th October at

Saints and Sinners

Thursday 16th September, 2021

Saints : Woman's Christian Temperance Union

presenter :  Maryanne McGill

The women of this organisation didn’t confine themselves to “fighting the demon alcohol”.  They lobbied for women’s suffrage, raising the age of consent, prison reform and aboriginal welfare.

Sinners : Life of Lord Bryron

presenter :  Anna Kiernan

 An Adults only disclosure of the scandalous life 


Book by Monday 6th September at


Valued Verse and 

a Royal Visit

Thursday 18th November, 2021    


  Valued Verse

 presenter : Julian Moore


Julian and friends will read some of our most loved poems and remind us why we are so fond of them.

Royal Visit : 1867 Royal Tour of Australia

  presenter : Ron Ritter

Prince Alfred, second son of Queen Victoria, was the first British Royal to visit Australia.  He was popular and attracted crowds.  There were also riots, tragedies and Australia's first political assassination attempt.

Book by Monday 8th November at