U3A Lectures – Term 4, 2017

If you are not a regular member and would like to attend any of these talks, please contact the Class Captain beforehand

CALOUNDRA

Class Captain  Phone : 54932173

11 October: Dr Jamie Harris – 100 ways to slash your dental bills
18 October: Bob Fayle – 20 Years in Papua New Guinea
25 October: Sam Bateman – The South China Sea – why it is a regional “hot spot”
1 November: Bob Railton – No Detectives Please, We’re British
8 November: SC Legal Piano Forte
15 November: Ken Granger – “Balloons to Blackbirds: a short history of photo intelligence”
22 November: Tim Meterlekamp – The Love Life of Birds
29 November: George Walker – Tropical Cyclones

COOLUM

Class Captain  : 0408 061 425 

12 October: Bob Fayle – 20 Years in Papua New Guinea
19 October: Ian Wilson – Exploring Medieval Manuscripts – how to study the beauty of medieval illuminators’ artistry from the comfort of the Sunshine Coast
26 October: SC Legal Piano Forte
2 November: Horacio Passegai – Discovering Latin America: Places, Culture and Nature Wonders
9 November: Tim Metterlekamp – The Love Life of Birds
16 November: Don Patterson – Are you Ready for the Disaster Season
23 November: Paul Ryan – Wood as Fuel Through the Ages and Today
30 November : Dr Prudence Millear – Benefits of a light heart: humour, problem solving and strategies to make it happen

MALENY : 

 Class Captain  Phone : 0414 693660

10 October: John Saint-Smith – Why the Future is Renewable, Part 2
17 October: Dale Jacobsen – the Ross Sea and Antarctica
24 October: Dr Prudence Millear – Benefits of a light heart: humour, problem solving and strategies to make it happen
31 October: Brian Garsden – Some thoughts on the design of things we use.

7 November: Ian W. Wilson – Exploring Medieval Manuscripts – how to study the beauty of medieval illuminators’ artistry from the comfort of the Sunshine Coast
14 November: Bob Railton – No Detectives Please, We’re British.

21 November: Dr. Bridie Scott-Parker – A conversation behind the wheel
30 November: Don Patterson – Are you Ready for the Disaster Season

NAMBOUR

Class Captain  :  Jill Denovan
5441 2096, denovanjillian@nullgmail.com

11 October: Stella Passegai – Discovering Latin America: Places, Culture and Nature Wonders
18 October: Professor Marion Gray – Bio-ethics : How are 2000 year old philosophies still relevant in today’s decision making?
25 October: Ken Granger – “Balloons to Blackbirds: a short history of photo intelligence”
1 November: Ian W. Wilson – Exploring Medieval Manuscripts – how to study the beauty of medieval illuminators’ artistry from the comfort of the Sunshine Coast
8 November: John Saint-Smith – Why the Future is Renewable, Part 2
15 November: Dr Jamie Harris – 100 ways to slash your dental bills
22 November: Bridie Scott-Parker – A conversation behind the wheel
29 November: Claire Archer-Lean – The Sonnet Throughout the Ages

SIPPY DOWNS

Class Captain  Phone 54791808

10 October: Dr Les Hall – The World of Bats
17 October: Gary Flanigan – Which Came First – Beer or Bread
24 October: Rob Taylor – Bigger or Better – Population Growth in Australia and the World
31 October: Tim Metterlekamp – The Love Life of Birds
7 November: Karl Tietze – The NBN – What to expect
14 November: Dr Bridie Scott-Parker – A conversation behind the wheel
21 November: Pam Spicer – Sign Language interpretation
28 November: Dr Ken Lynn – The Minoan Civilisation and the Decipherment of Linear B