Are you over 50? Retired? Want to learn something new or join a discussion group? Then U3A is for you!
You can exercise your brain by participating in or leading a group and sharing your interests with others.
U3A is an international movement which promotes and practises lifelong learning by providing low cost educational opportunities for retired people in a relaxed and informal environment. No prior educational qualifications are required; no degrees are awarded.
An Introduction for New Presenters (SHE068.01), starting 17 November
For more information on new courses, go to New Courses
'Come to life' drawing art group
Con Brio ladies choir
Half-day seminar, Monday 16 November.
Changes to courses
Monday Mah Jong Group R003.07 - change to contact details
Intro to numerology, astrology and hand analysis - a 21st century perspective SBS004.06 and Selected themes in astrology, numerology and hand analysis SBS007.07 - change to contact details
Let's play with choice SBS022.01 - new dates
Comedy Through the Ages ELL86.01 - earlier finishing date
Defenders of the Faith H138.01 - changed contact arrangements
Proposed New Courses - Inviting expressions of interest
NSW coastal landscapes, their origins and evolution
For more information on the above, go to
Changes, Vacancies, Cancellations and Proposed New Courses
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The U3A Newsletter is published six times each year and reports on U3A activities, programs, courses and upcoming events. Essential reading for all U3A ACT members. Read the latest:
Thursday 10 December from 11 am.
- President's report to members on 2015 AGM (PDF, 15 kB)
- Papers tabled for the information of members at the 2015 AGM (PDF, 1MB)
Sunday 29 November, Brindabella Orchestra will be performing their final concert for 2015 at the Queanbeyan Uniting Church, Rutledge Street, Queanbeyan, commencing at 2pm sharp.
President's statement on Review of our Information Technology
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