Prepare, beware and don’t despair

Talk at Star Cinema designed specifically for senior drivers

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SIDNEY — In celebration of Abbeyfield week, Abbeyfield House on Fifth St. and the Star Cinema are combining forces to present a special talk on senior driving.

The two groups will host Steve Wallace, owner of Wallace Driving School, on Friday, June 13 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Star Cinema on Third Street.

Wallace will speak on issues surrounding senior driving in the presentation titled Beware, Prepare and Don’t Despair. There will also be a short presentation on scooter safety during the talk.

Although there is no charge for the presentation, organizers are asking attendees to bring a donation for the Sidney Lions Food Bank.

Advance tickets are available at Tanner’s Book Store and the Star Cinema. Seating is limited so attendees are advised to get a ticket ahead of time to guarantee a seat. Same day seats will be on a first come basis.

For further information contact Star Cinema 250-655-3384 or Linda at 250-479-0113.

 

— News staff

 

 

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