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Early Programme for Semester 1, 2023: 

From the November newsletter:

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Memberships – U3A StonningtonU3A Stonnington’s 2023 programme promotion

This news gives you a taste of some year long classes are coming in Semester 1, 2023. You will receive updates next month and the final programme should be available by the 16th of January. Enrolments will commence on the 23rd of January. Semester 1 will begin on the 13th of February.

Excellent presentations are coming up in 2023. When enrolments open at the end of January, you will be able to enrol online via  the U-MAS system, or list the courses you wish to enrol in by return email, or phone 9500 1288 and we will enrol you.

While you will undoubtedly learn new things, remember that these classes are fun and enable you to participate in activities in a supportive environment with people who share your interests.

More details will be presented in December before you can make your choices with the complete progamme in January 2023.

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December Update 2022 Classes in 2023

Preview Longer Classes for S1 2023

Disaster support call from State Government and U3A Vic

The state government and the U3A Network Victoria are encouraging all of us to support the victims of recent disasters. Please consider some support in whatever form you may be able to help. The following may help as a guide.

‘Funds for flood-victims recommended by the State Government’

·      The Red Cross has set up a disaster response and recovery fund. This will power on-the-ground emergency response teams in flood-affected areas:

·      Wildlife Victoria provides free veterinarian services and carers to help rehabilitate and release flood-affected animals:

·      Sikh Volunteers Australia are out in force providing free hot meals to flood-affected communities:

·      BlazeAid is a volunteer organisation working with rural communities to help rebuild fences and other structures that have been damaged by the flood. You can volunteer or donate here:

·      The Victorian Farmers Federation has set up a disaster relief fund to support farmers affected by the floods:

·      GIVIT is a platform that allows flood victims to request specific items needed to aid their recovery. This ensures no donated items go to waste. You can see what is needed here:

·      Bendigo bank’s Victorian Flood Appeal will support flood-affected communities in their recovery, both in the short and long term.

·      Disaster Relief Australia is managing local community volunteers to support their neighbours in the flood recovery:

Catch up or Revisit Your Favourite Sessions

Did you miss a session?
Lecture recordings are now available for most of the lectures offered during 2021 and 2022, from our website:   >   Courses and Activities   >   Course Video recordings
These recordings are password protected – to obtain the password please contact us: 
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