U3A Bulletin No.29

Updates for Term 4

A reminder that we finish Term 3 on Friday September 20th and recommence on Monday October7th.

Please take note of the following information concerning courses in Term 4.  If you wish to enrol in any of the new courses offered you must fill out an enrolment form at the AWCC reception. Similarly if you wish to join any of the existing courses you must also enrol through the AWCC reception.

Monday:

  • Conversations in Wodonga will not continue during Term 4.
  • Dying to Know will finish at the end of this term and will not be continuing in Term 4.
  • Spiritual Self-development Discussion Group is being offered.

Tuesday:

  • Sentimental Journey Continues.  John will continue on a fortnightly basis commencing on Tuesday October 8th

Wednesday:

  • Economics A will not continue in Term 4
  • International Relations 1. The class will recommence on October 23rd 1pm – 3pm
  • A History of Modern Japan-Unit 2 is being offered.
  • VB’s History of Modern Ireland is being offered.

Thursday:

  • Writing for Pleasure (formerly called Inspired to Write). This group will continue in Term 4 with Gina Watson as the Co-ordinator.
  • International Relations 2 (pm) and 2B (am).   Both classes will resume on October 24th.   Note that the afternoon group will still continue on a fortnightly basis

 Friday:

  • Play reading Group continues fortnightly on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month.

For more details of courses available follow links via Timetable 2019.

U3A Bulletin No.28

Coffee cup and beans on a white background.September Coffee Morning

Friday 13th September 2019

at Albury Wodonga Community College

10:00 am Food & Tea/Coffee in kitchen area

10:30 am Guest Speaker in room 9

Recording our own Personal and Family History

Presented by Uta Wiltshire

Uta Wiltshire retired 18 years ago after 32 years in the Public Service and has lived an active community life. Her involvements include Secretary/Treasurer of Wodonga Historical Society, previously member of Wodonga Show Society, and previously treasurer of Ladies Auxiliary Wodonga Show Society.

She has set up and administered Facebook pages and websites for the Historical Society and Show Society.

In 2018 she was awarded Wodonga’s Citizen of the Year. She will expand on her Australia Day speech talking about the importance of recording our own personal and family history.

U3A Bulletin No.27

Coffee cup and beans on a white background.August Coffee Morning

Friday 9th August 2019

at Albury Wodonga Community College

9:30 am Food & Tea/Coffee in kitchen area

10:00 am Performance in room 9

The Importance of Being Earnest (Act II and III)

ImportanceOfBeing Earnest

Presented by the U3A Play Reading Group – Directed by Helen Casey.

A fun time was had by all as we were entertained by the group’s radio play rendition of Act I of this theatre classic at the last Coffee Morning.

The reading was so popular that the audience requested that Acts II & III be performed as well. This will happen at this August coffee morning.