Please note: We have begun this year back at the Emerald Hub with face -to-face classes!
As far as possible we will continue face-to-face classes.
If COVID lock-down restrictions apply, we will continue classes via Zoom video conferencing wherever possible.
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?
Membership is open to anyone who is 50+ and retired or no longer working full time, and interested in participating in any 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!
Prospective members Find out how to join U3A Emerald and enrol in courses via our Membership page.
Existing members Member login: enrol in a course or update your details.
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.
Thu 28th Oct, starting at: 09:30 AM
Leader: Ray Schmidt, Venue: Hills Hub MP 3
Yoga is an old discipline from India. It is both spiritual and physical. Yoga uses breathing techniques, exercise, and meditation. It claims to improve health and happiness.
21ART004: The Pacific, Captain Cook and Art
Thu 28th Oct, starting at: 10:00 AM
Leader: Anne Richardson, Venue: Hybrid Hub T1 2
Based upon the book 'The Pacific in the Wake of Captain Cook with Sam Neill', this course will examine the people, civilisations and cultures Cook encountered with an emphasis on primitive and early colonial art of the region.
Join us via Zoom on Monday 27th September from 2.00pm – 2.45pm for this informative workshop. Zoom links will be sent via email closer to the date. Join us via Zoom Attend the Zoom session – details in Previous post.