The following zoom sessions will go ahead.
French Literature and Conversation - Elizabeth Sprigg
Current Affairs - Myra Mortensen-Williams
Enhance and Grow the Artist in You- David Pincus
Film discussion Group B – Andrew Porter
Chess Partners – Ken Ray and Tom Nadebaum
Canning Stock Route – Paul Clayton
French Conversation via Zoom- Sue Majewski
The Smile – Prof Louis Roller
Comparative Religion – Albert Isaacs
Poetry Pilgrims – Anne McQueen-Thomson
Wednesday Current Affairs – Ron James
History of Broadcasting in Australia – Albert Isaacs
Intermediate German - Dr Judy Hajdu
On the Ghan from Darwin to Adelaide – Ken Pakes
Creative Writing – Janet Allen
Semester 2 courses can be viewed on Tuesday 29 June.
Enrolments start on Monday 5 July.
If 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 Sprigg
French Conversation via Zoom with Sue Majewski
Enhance and Grow the Artist in You with David Pincus
Film Discussion Group B with Andrew Porter
Film Review Group A
Book Discussion Group A with Mary Heinemann
Chess Partners with Ken Ray
Great Music; a Journey with Harry Wenig
Wednesday morning Current Affairs Discussion Group A with Ron James
Poetry Pilgrims with Anne McQueen-Thomson
A Taste of Intermediate German with Dr Judy Hajdu
Creative Writing with Janet Allen
1.00 to 2.00 pm on Monday 17 May 2021
How Courts determine what sentence to impose upon an accused. A panel of judges including the Chief Judge will discuss what factors are taken into consideration when determining a sentence.
There are more online events in law week. Go to this link for full information about how to regiser to attend and what the other events are.
Snapped when unfurled in our front garden at Valetta Street, Malvern.
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 closed.
Works of Mirka Mora are showing at the Jewish Museum, There is MIRKA, MIRKA+ and a guided walk of Mirka's St Kilda on Sunday 28 February. Find details of the museum at 26 Alma Road, St Kilda, accessibility, opening hours, closed holy days, and more. If all that is not enough then try their Virtual Museum Tour from the comfort of home. You might want to try their fortnightly missive by email which is called Spiel.
Botanic Gardens at Melbourne and Cranbourne are open currently for visits. Or you can enjoy the Virtual Garden without leaving home. You can also sign up to get their ENEWS regularly for topics of your choice, which is worth a look.
Here are some ideas for you to look into to get ready for the end of the lockdown.
Concrete Playground Melbourne has things to do and places to eat, plus there will be music at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl. A good one to keep an eye on regularly.
laneway learning has cheap, fun classes in anything and everything. Sign up to their newsletter to stay in touch with their evolving program.
Our Valetta Street centre remains closed and no sessions are being held there.
Access is strictly by appointment only and subject to our CovidSafe Plan for each person entering the premises.
You can join, renew membership, and enrol in courses online, or get individual help if you cannot go online.
We can help you find and choose courses and then to enrol and pay the fee.
Trained volunteers are ready to help if you cannot go online.
Simply phone us on 9500 1288 or use if you need help.
Once again you can choose from nearly 50 online sources to keep up to date via The Knowledge Hub. This is a collection of think tanks and research bodies, the majority of which claim to be independent in their aims and origins. They are prominent as influencers for ideas and directions in public policy formulation in Australia and our Asia-Pacific region. Some have a wider world reach. Sample one or two a day until you have a preferred group that become your daily briefing on current issues for Australia and the world.
This new website offers you online enrolments but not payments. It works well on a smartphone or a tablet.