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Are you 50+ and retired or semi-retired?
Want to keep your brain and body active?
Want to develop new social networks?
Want to share your views on current affairs with others?
Are You a Third Ager?
Have you moved beyond the career-building or child-raising years and finally entered a phase when you can devote more time to yourself? Are you retired or semi retired?
Then U3A may be for you.
You might like to participate in some of our social, creative, educational, physical and leisure activities.
Together we explore ideas and develop new interests and skills in a sociable and supportive environment.
For details about our current offerings and timetable, please feel free to explore our Courses. You can view our courses without having to join.
If you have an idea for another course, or wish to share your expertise or hobby by presenting one, our Course Coordinator would love to hear from you!
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Our tutors and course leaders, who are all volunteers, offer a wide-ranging program so there is sure to be something that attracts your interest. Our classes generally run from the beginning of February through to the end of November each year. One low annual membership fee of $40 entitles you to participate in as many of these courses as your time and interests allow.
Note: You must enrol in a course before attending.
23EXE005: Table Tennis (Fridays)
Fri 29th Sep, starting at: 09:30 AM
Leader: Linda Andrews, Venue: Hills Hub MP 1 2 3
We are a very enthusiastic group of players whose aims are fitness and fun. We laugh as hard as we play. You don't have to play at Olympic standard to join us. Classes are held every Friday 9:30am-12:00 Noon.
Put the date in your phone calendar now (or your diary, if you are old-school): TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17TH. 11.00 am, at Emerald Evergreens Hall, Church Street, Emerald Your very own Emerald U3A music-makers, the Musicians’ Sharing Group and the Over The Hills Singers, our community choir, invite you join us at our first concert for
Emerald U3A is organising a special event for Seniors Week – “Positive Aging in the Hills”. This seminar, which will involve four guest speakers, will take place in the downstairs area of the Hills Hub on the afternoon of Monday, 2nd October. Our guest speakers will be covering topics relevant to us all, from legal matters
Independent research shows volunteers are happier, healthier and sleep better than those who don’t volunteer. Findings on how you personally benefit from volunteering:“It offers the chance to- · act on your values, passions and interests · make new friendships and create professional networks · gain work experience and learn new skills · enjoy new social