Newcastle U3A Announces 2018 Semester 1 Program

Newcastle U3A Announces 2018 Semester 1 Program

U3A (the University of the Third Age) is an international self-help and self-funded organisation that provides learning opportunities for seniors – affordable courses and activities for people in their ‘third age’ of learning. Courses are provided for U3A members by U3A members.
Newcastle U3A, now in its 28th year of offering education and friendship to the Newcastle community, continues a very successful curriculum of courses and presentations.

This week, Newcastle U3A has released the 2018 Semester 1 program of courses and presentations.

On Tuesday the 16th of January a short Program Information Session will be held in the Carrington Room at Newcastle Workers, Trades Hall, 408 King St, Newcastle West from 10.00 am.

If you are no longer working full time, and would like to enrol in classes teaching languages, dance, history both local and international, photography, music appreciation, meditation, philosophy, chess, scrabble, language classes in Italian, Mandarin, Spanish, Latin and French, dance and movement, writing plus numerous general interest tutorials and presentations and much, much more please join us at Newcastle U3A. Venues are all located in the Newcastle area and are close to public transport or parking. The current annual cost of $50 usually covers entry into most courses.

We also offer excursions to historic, cultural and important environmental areas and regular social get-togethers and meetings. Members are made to feel welcome.

And if you have a skill, knowledge or experience you’d enjoy sharing with the community, join the ranks of our volunteer tutors and teach a class! It’s fun and rewarding.

Our Course Information Booklet, membership and enrolment forms and contact details can all be found on our website:         

www.newcastle.u3anet.org.au

For more information:

Newcastle U3A

0479 193 182

newcastleu3a.au@gmail.com

Newcastle University of the Third Age

www.newcastle.u3anet.org.au

Category: News
Region: Newcastle
Artform: Dance, Literature, Museums And History, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts New Media And Design,

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