More than 130 people gathered the Esson St Goulburn Valley University of the Third Age (U3A) rooms for a recent day-long forum: "Live life, Live well; The art and practice of growing old gracefully.
A range of speakers talked about the "art" of growing old, including an Associate Professor from the University of Melbourne's School of Psychological Services, Christina Bryant (pictured).
The former Member for Shepparton, Jeanette Powell, addressed the question about whether or not "Retirement is just a state of mind?"
Also among the speakers was fitness "guru" Lyn Davidson, octogenarian Ray McDonald who talked about "Aging, active and eighty", while former U3A president urged those at the forum to "Try something new".
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