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Here you'll find stories about our people – or news of a special act of kindness on the part of someone in our shared community. We’re always on the lookout for new developments or helpful ideas that could be comforting or useful to you and others in the community. Do you have news to share? Feel free to send us your thoughts.

Christmas Candle. Caring at Christmas Memorial

Caring at Christmas Memorial Event

A memorial for anyone facing Christmas without someone they love. A time for reflection, commemoration, and celebration of the life of a friend or relative, from the comfort of your home.

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Geelong Seniors Month 2020

Kings presents ‘Songs to Remember’. Join us every Wednesday from 10am for live performances from the Piano Bar, Geelong as part of supporting Geelong Seniors Month 2020.

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Dying to Know Day

Join Barwon Health and Kings Funerals for a morning tea at Pako Raw on Pakington Street for Dying to Know Day on 8th August.

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Belmont Rhythmic Singers

2019 Seniors Festival – FREE Events

This October for Seniors Week, Kings Funerals will be hosting 2 FREE events. Wednesday 2nd October – Irish Ancestors Genealogy Talk with Historian Susie ZadaJoin us for an afternoon with local Historian Susie Zada. Susie discusses how on June 30, 1922 when mines exploded in the basement of the Public Record Office in Dublin, Irish administration records from the 13th …

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FREE Movie Morning Tea

Join us for a FREE screening of this classic Christmas musical where Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye travel to Vermont for a white Christmas.

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The Lady Squatters and Coriyule

Join us on Wednesday 21 November 1.00pm at our Newcomb chapel (130 Bellarine Hwy) for a free presentation by local historian and genealogist, Susie Zada.

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Intercoastal Shipping & Passengers

Join us on Wednesday 15 August 1.00pm – 2.00pm at our Newcomb chapel (130 Bellarine Hwy) for a free presentation by local historian and genealogist, Susie Zada.

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Dying to Know Day

As part of the Groundswell Project’s national Dying to Know Day, we are holding a free event on Tuesday 7 August 9.30 – 10.30am at our Geelong chapel (25 Myers St).

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