How to live to 140 and enjoy life

drdingle.jpgHead to the City of Fremantle reception room at 2pm, Wednesday, October 31, for a free seminar from Dr Peter Dingle, an associate professor and leading researcher in health and the environment at Murdoch University.

Dr Dingle’s research into the area of health, environment and learning skills has put him at the cutting edge of information on how to live more effectively.

In his late 40s, he is the founding director of the Positive Living Foundation and co-founder of the Living Smart program, winner of a 2003 WA Adult Education Award and 2004 Allen Strom Eureka Prize for Sustainability Education.

The seminar is hosted by Fremantle City Library, as part of The Meeting Place’s Sensational Mobile Seniors program for over-55s, and funded by the City of Fremantle and Department of Local Government and Regional Development.

Bookings are essential and must be made through The Meeting Place on 9335 3394 – a light and healthy afternoon tea will also be provided.