Author: Netta

Week Mon 26 to Fri 30 July

The following zoom sessions will go ahead. MondayFrench  Literature and Conversation – Elizabeth SpriggCurrent Affairs  – Myra Mortensen-WilliamsEnhance and Grow the Artist in You-  David PincusFilm discussion  Group B – Andrew Porter TuesdayChess  Partners – Ken Ray and Tom NadebaumCanning Stock Route – Paul ClaytonFrench Conversation  via Zoom-  Sue MajewskiThe Smile – Prof Louis RollerComparative Religion – Albert Isaacs […]

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Courses – semester 2 and year long

Semester 2 courses can be viewed on Tuesday 29 June. Enrolments start on Monday 5 July. Year-long coursesIf you are already enrolled in any of these, it is for the whole year. You do not have to enrol again in these. Monday morning Current Affairs discussion with Myra Mortensen French Literature and Conversation with Elizabeth […]

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President’s Address, AGM 10 May 2021

As you are well aware, the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the world. U3A Stonnington has made many positive responses to change. Let me remind you: Our immediate response to the Covid-19 State of Emergency was to close our building – and then begin to offer our program remotely, mostly but not entirely by Zoom. This offered members […]

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Walking in Austria and Switzerland

10am on Thursday 13 May 2021, to be presented by Ian Singleton and Elspeth Ferguson We will walk in two areas of Austria, the Wachau Valley then in the Salzkammergut region and in the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland, from two locations – Meiringen and Grindelwald. In between we will call in on Berchtesgaden in Germany. […]

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Welcome to members 2021

Greetings! Welcome to Semester 1 2021. A special welcome to our new members who have recently joined – we hope you enjoy the program on offer and get to meet other members during the year. It is good to be underway again with what promises to be an interesting, if not challenging year! With Covid […]

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More things to do

Select each link and explore the details for real things you can go out to, or virtual ones to explore at home. The Senior newspaper used to turn up regularly on the foyer table at Valetta St so here it is for those who want to keep up with the paper while our premises remain […]

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