1 pm for 1.30 pm start, Saturday 22 July at
IRT THE PALMS (Ex Oasis Retirement Resort)
22 Power Rd, Buderim
Entry forms must be lodged at the U3A office by 12 July.
To see the full list of interesting and informative lectures lined up for us for term 3, 2017, click .
Then click on the Read more buttons in the list to find out about the lectures and the speakers.
University of the Sunshine Coast dieticians are providing sessions about nutrition to U3A members and their partners. Commencing mid June 2017, the cost will be $20 per session. Click here for details.
join the Sunshine Coast Council’s free Healthy Sunshine Coast Seniors Mental Health Program.
The 16 week program will start on Monday, July 3 at Community Focus Maroochydore from 10am to noon. The sessions will include a light lunch allowing participants to socialise and make connections with each other.
Here is your invitation to
the see- view “ways of seeing” art exhibition.
10 am to 3 pm
24 June to 2 July
Maroochy Botanic Gardens
There will be a short course covering Video multicam, Microphone use/voice over, Phone photography and Photoshop Advanced.
Thursdays: 22, 29 June & 6, 13 July from 2:30 to 4:30pm
at Beerwah Library, Peachester Road, Beerwah.
For more information, contact Alister: email@example.com
To enrol on the Membership System, go to View Courses and select Photos, Videos, Microphones, Photoshop.
We are always looking for items of interest to members for the U3A Sunshine Coast website and Facebook page. The website now has a special page for Book Reviews. You don’t need to be a member of a U3A Sunshine Coast book group to submit a review.
Please email news items and book reviews to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In term 3, Gillian Davies is repeating the course she gave in term 1. This course covers the story of design and architecture from the ancient Egyptians to the 19th Century. (You will be amazed how much of ancient Egyptian design has carried through the centuries.) Who better to tell us the story than an ex professor of the Savannah College of Art and Design?
1.30pm Thursday 27 July, Dr Les Hall will talk about bats, and dispel many of the myths associated with them. Dr Hall is an internationally acclaimed natural scientist and zoologist from Bats Qld Inc. His recent Maleny lecture held the audience spell bound for more than the allotted two hours. Contact Ted Webber (5453 7742 or 0448 269981) if you’d like to attend this talk.