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At the opening day of the Victorian Seniors on Sunday 2 October 2011, there lots of people at festival events including checking out the display booths at Birrarung Marr park on the Yarra River.
Yarra leisure strength training group enjoyed providing a demonstration on the banks of the Yarra River.
The University of the Third Age line dancers showed their talents to the crowd on the opening day of the festival.
Prestenters, Larry James and Sandra Bassanetti,from Golden Days Radio, 95.7 FM enjoying the entertainment at Federation Square on the opening day of the festival
Lorenzo Furanetto at the 2011 Seniors Festival celebration day
Roger Corbett of the Bushwackers performing at celebration day at Federation Square at the opening of the Victorian Seniors Festival in 2011
David Reach, Jennie Reach and Fran Deakin, Moorabool, Bacchus March U3A with their display of quilt making
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