COTA NT’s Seniors EXPO 2021 – Get involved!
29 Mar 2021
Date/ Time: Friday 9 July 10.00am – 2.00pm (free entry for patrons)
Venue: CDU Stadium, 235 Abala Rd, Marrara NT 0812
Dress code: To celebrate our multicultural diversity: traditional/national cultural dress (optional)
Seniors EXPO 2021 is about celebrating Territorians’ resilience, strength and unity. This year’s Expo shines a spotlight on multicultural diversity and – in anticipation of the inaugural NT Grandparents Day celebrations (October) – intergenerational activities.
Get involved and support Seniors Expo 2021
There are lots of ways in which you can support Seniors Exo 2021 as an individual, as a group, or as a club, service provider, government department or as a business. We look forward to hearing from you.
As a patron – save the date and come along, as an individual or as a group. If you attend a regular group, why not organise a car pool or shared transport?
As an exhibitor – clubs, seniors organisations, service providers, government departments, businesses (corporates, small businesses/sole traders) etc. If you cater for seniors and want to meet your market face to face, this is your opportunity to do so!
As a volunteer – we are looking for a MC to compere and host our community stage, meet and greet volunteers (helping patrons to register), ushers (to hand out programs and answer questions), hospitality hands (to keep areas clean and tidy, assist with service as necessary) and Marshalls (to assist with car parking and venue floor patrolling/assistance).
Or as a sponsor. We are very grateful to the sponsors who have already committed to support Expo, but we are still looking for sponsors who can offer financial or in-kind support.
How to get involved – register today
Fees do not apply to Performances
All potential exhibitors (stalls and seniors display/fitness groups) are encouraged wherever possible to join as Club and Associate Members of COTA NT* (apply here) – fees from $25.
Club and Associate Members are entitled to a full reduction of exhibitor administration costs where applied