A series of 2-hour talks are held each week in: Sippy Downs, Maleny, Mudjimba and Nambour.
The speaker and topic change every week or every two weeks at each location.
Please note: Because of Covid restrictions it is important to contact the Captain before turning up to ensure there is a vacancy on that date. U3A members are able to attend two lectures as guests before being asked to enrol.
Tuesdays 9:30 to 11:30am.
Class Captain: Marty Foster, phone 5494 1212 or 0414 693 660
Location: Masonic Lodge Hall, Tamarind Street, Maleny
10 October : Bob Railton – No Detectives Please. We’re British
17 October : Candy and Rocco – Coastal Clowns
24 October : Kelvin Auld – Demystifying Funerals
31 October : Win Fowles – Signs of Life
7 November : Darrel Roche – A Brief History of Judaism
14 November : Bruce Kelly, EBA’s, the Journey to Yes
21 November : Nevenka Clarke -It takes a hive of bees to make a pot of honey
28 November : Don Lyons – Veterinary Practice in the Country
Thursdays 1:15 to 3:15pm.
Class Captain: Gaynor Day 0421 068851 firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: North Shore Community Centre, 701 David Low Way, Mudjimba
12 October : Fairlie McIlwraith – Our favourite drugs : a potted history
19 October : Elizabeth Clarke – Pygmy Pachyderms and Towering Temples: the early history of Malta
26 October : Ken Mewburn– Pumicestone Passage
2 November : Joni Scott – Writers of the Jazz age
9 November : Kelvin Auld – Demystifying Funerals
16 November : John Saint-Smith – The evolution of modern humans
23 November : Darrel Roche – A Brief History of Judaism
30 November : Dr Prudence Millear – Benefits of a light heart, humour, problem solving and strategies to make it happen
Wednesdays 9:30 to 11:30am.
Class Captain Term 2: Kaye Butler
Contact: 0478 120717
Location: CWA Hall, 15 Short Street, Nambour
10 October : Fairlie McIlwraith – Our favourite drugs : a potted history
18 October : Nevenka Clarke -It takes a hive of bees to make a pot of honey
25 October : Ken Mewburn – Pumicestone Passage
1 November : Gordon Dailey – Tibet
8 November : Gregory James – Private Detective
15 November Stephen Baines – Factors facing freshwater fish – Native vs invasive
22 November : Peter Benkendorff – Cement and Concrete Trends
29 November : Darrel Roche – A Brief History of Judaism
USC – Sippy Downs
Tuesdays 9 to 11am.
Class Captain: Ann Main
Contact: 5479 1808
Location: U3A Lecture Room, Bldg B, USC Campus (Note: Paid parking on-campus)
10 October : Professor David Fryer – Psychological approaches to ‘real life’ problems – the enduring legacy of Marie Jahoda
17 October : Bruce Kelly – Supply Chain – Retail and Manufacturing Supply chain
24 October : Stephen Baines – Factors facing freshwater fish – Native vs invasive
31 October : Joni Scott – The Human Side of the Periodic Table
7 November : Melbourne Cup Day – No Lecture
14 November : Darrel Roche – A Brief History of Judaism
21 November : Bill Lord – Surviving Cardiac Arrest
29 November : Bob Railton – They Left Their Mark
Lectures are currently not being held in Caloundra.