The City of Greater Geraldton’s QEII facility is seeking expressions of interest for the delivery of weekly and monthly workshops, programs and activities for seniors and people with disabilities. After previous successful programs, the City is seeking interest from providers to deliver activities which include drumming and Zumba, but is also seeking proposals for alternative community-orientated programs or workshops like yoga and music. Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn encouraged people to submit their interest in what would be a very rewarding and fun experience. Since opening in 1986, the QEII Centre has grown to accommodate an average of 2600 monthly participants who engaged in 38 different programs, which focus on social, physical and mental wellbeing. The popular programs are coordinated by a passionate and dedicated team of staff and volunteers who strive to empower seniors, carers and families with the knowledge to make informed decisions as they age and to stay active as long as possible. Expressions of interest are being taken until 5pm Wednesday June 28, with more information available on the city’s website.