The Newsletter December 2018 of Albury-Wodonga U3A is now available.
Course Guide for 2019 and Enrolment Details now available
See Enrolments and Guide 2019 page for Course Guide, enrolment form and enrolment procedures.
The Newsletter November 2018 of Albury-Wodonga U3A is now available.
Course Updates for Term 4, 2018
Term 4 commences on Monday 8th October 2018.
- Conversations in Wodonga will begin on Monday October 8th for 5 weeks in Room 4.
- Dying to Know will continue in Term 4 in Cracknell building Room 3.
- Family History will move back into Cracknell Building Room 4.
- Mindfulness Meditation will continue during Term 4. There are still places available.
- Aspects of English Poetry will continue in Room 7.
- The Great War will not be offered during Term 4 but will be offered in 2019.
- International Relations 2 will not be offered during Term 4 but will be offered in 2019.
- New Course: Basic Concepts in Economics will commence on Thursday, October 11th 1pm-3pm in Room 9.
- New Course: Community Sing-A-Long will commence on Friday October 12th 1pm – 3pm in Room 9.
October Coffee Morning
Friday 12th October 2018 at 10:30 am
As part of Wodonga’s Senior Celebrations 2018 Program:
We invite you to come and hear our take on active retirement, positive ageing and mental and social health. Discover how to keep an active mind in retirement.
Albury-Wodonga Community College
63 High Street, Wodonga, VIC 3690.
For more information phone 0499 895 117.
The Newsletter October 2018 of Albury-Wodonga U3A is now available.
September Coffee Morning
Friday 14th September 2018
10:30 a.m. Room 9 AWCC
Speakers: Peter de Koeyer (CEO) and Ann O’Grady (Business Development Officer)
Topic: Westmont Aged Care Services
In their own words, “Westmont Aged Care Services Ltd is a community based not- for-profit organisation which is dedicated to providing aged, community care and lifestyle options to the people of our region with respect, dignity and choice.
Located at 265 Baranduda Boulevard Westmont offers an array of lifestyle option ranging from 24/7 residential aged care (including a 15 bed memory assisted unit), assisted living apartments and independent living villas.
Westmont Community Care has been operating since 2010 and has grown to provide services to more than 1,800 members of our community. These services provide clients with the help they need to remain living in their own homes for as long as they choose”. Peter will provide an overview of Westmont (including Residential, Assisted Living Apartments and Independent Living Villas) and the services they provide and Ann will provide information on Community Care, Meals on Wheels and the services they can provide.