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  • Poetry

    An enthusiastic poetry appreciation group has been running at Stonington for more than seven years. Poetry Pilgrims was introduced by Anthony Ash, and in the early days Jennifer Strauss, a poet, helped us to become established. We had some time with no particular leader but are now privileged to have had the continuing leadership of […]

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  • U3A Stonnington Library

    The Library has been undergoing a few changes over the last year and is now up and running in Room 4 at Valetta Street!  It is open for members at all times. Do take a moment to come in and browse the interesting collection! You will be surprised by the variety of books available. There […]

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  • Cooperative Painting Group

    We meet every Thursday in Valetta St at noon for 2 hours. Our class is not instructive, but basic advice can be sought from the coordinator of the group. We always paint onsite, and enjoy trying our hands at a great variety of subjects. The main medium is watercolour but all mediums encouraged.

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  • Activities for Everyone

    We have many popular activities to engage members including art, bridge, chess, discussion groups (books, current affairs, films), exercise, health, history, language, literature mah jong, music, poetry, travel, historic area walks, etc. A few images from these groups.

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  • From our “Wet Felting for Beginners” Class

    Photos of this interesting technique with textiles

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge that the people of the Kulin Nations are the Traditional Custodians of this land and have strived to retain their identity and cultures through more than two hundred years of dispossession and colonisation.