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No shortage of Patrick's Day fun

Judy and Les Young gear up for a dance for St Patrick’s Day.
Judy and Les Young gear up for a dance for St Patrick’s Day. John Gass

ST PATRICK'S Day will get off to a good start with Domain Florence Tower inviting local residents to join them for a day of fun.

The health-focused community day will herald Seniors Week with a variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy, including health checks and jazz music for the adults and an animal farm and face painting for the kids.

Come along to Domain Florence Tower, 7-9 Flor- ence Place, Tweed Heads. Call 07 5590 2800 for additional information or email florence@domainprincipal.com.au.

Further information about Domain Florence Tower can be found at domainprincipal.com.au

Celebrate St Patrick's Day at Ilnam Estate.

There will be a special Irish food and drinks menu (regular menu also available) and a prize for best-dressed lady and gentleman at the Ilnam Estate at Carool Road, Carool.

For information call 07 55 907 703.

Seniors will be kicking up their heels at the Seniors Centre, Gerard St, Coolangatta with a special St Patrick's Day dance night.

There will be plenty of green to be seen and live music to dance to.

Celebrate the luck of the Irish at Saltbar for the best St Patrick's Day party on the Tweed Coast.

Uki's Mount Warning hotel will celebrate the wearing of the green on Saturday night with two live bands, Guinness on tap and a prize for best-dressed male and female

It should be a hoot.

Happy St Patrick's Day to all our readers.

 

WHERE TO GO

Celebrate the wearing of the green at:

Domain Florence Towers

Saltbar

Ilnam Estate

Coolangatta Seniors' Centre

Mt Warning Hotel

The Salvo's Store, Tweed Heads

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