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U3A/COTA BYO Tuesday Lunchtime Forums
- When: Tuesdays from 12:30 - 1:45 p.m which includes time for questions & answers.
- Where: Main Hall, Hughes Community Centre.</b>
- Entrance fee: $2. Free tea and coffee provided, but bring your own cup.
There is a hearing loop in the hall – people with hearing aids should adjust them to the 'T' position.
Forums are open to the public and booking is not required. But attendance is on a "first come" basis and doors will be closed if attendance reaches 140.
For further details contact Alex Gosman at
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