Ardency Kennedy Place has a vibrant social calendar which encompasses everything from wellness initiative to master-classes, guest speakers, long lunches, local excursions and more. Whether you’re enjoying a movie in the private cinema, relaxing with friends on the rooftop terrace, or immersing yourself in the greenery of the spacious communal gardens, every day at Ardency Kennedy Place bring new opportunities to feel engaged and inspired.
Belong to something special. Get to know your Ardency community by attending one of our upcoming events.
A CELEBRATION OF OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY LEADERS
Wednesday 26th February 2020, 6pm – 8pm
The Gillard Centre, Melbourne Girls College
Yarra Boulevard, Richmond
Join the Rotary Club of Richmond & Richmond Retirement Living for a twilight summer event in celebration of inspirational leaders in the local and greater community. Enjoy delicious hos d’oevres, discover the great work of locals transforming our community and be inspired by special presenting guests. Come along and get a taste for Richmond.
RSVP to Tracey on 0422 229 363 or email [email protected]
The Johnston Collection, An Interior Life
Friday 20th March, 11:30am
Meet at Pullman Melbourne on Park Hotel, 192 Wellington Parade for private bus transport to museum.
Located inside beautiful Fairhall House in East Melbourne, join us as we visit the Johnston Collection, the famed house of early antique art collector, William Johnston. Now home to over 1200 antiques from the Georgian and Regency period, join us as we visit this remarkable exhibition as an example of our village social calender. Meet future residents and get a taste for our community.
This event is FREE. RSVP to confirm your place with Stewart on 0408 345 781 or email [email protected]
Burnley Gardens Guided Tour
Wednesday 8th April, 10:30am – 12pm
500 Yarra Blvd, Burnley
Established by the Horticulture Society of Victoria in 1861, The Burnley Gardens were set up to introduce new plants to the colonies, and to promote botanical science. Join us for a guided tour of the gardens that are home to nearly 1000 species of plants and some of the oldest trees in Melbourne. We’ll wander through the gardens as a group and you can take the opportunity to chat to future residents and sample the social calender on offer at our new village.
The event is FREE. RSVP to confirm your place with Stewart on 0408 345 781 or email [email protected]
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