Welcome to Inner West Region
U3A Inner West is fortunate to have access to many excellent venues in the Sydney CBD, and westward to the municipalities of Ashfield, Auburn, Bankstown, Burwood, Canada Bay, Canterbury, Leichhardt, and Marrickville
Inner West Courses
Information on our many interesting courses are on the Inner West Courses page
Inner West Venues
Inner West Venues are listed on the Inner West Courses page
Course Book Corrections
From time time the details of courses, leaders or booking secretaries change after the Course Book is sent to the printer. Below are updates to the Inner West section of the Course Book for Semester 1, 2017
The Inner West Region of Sydney U3A regrets any inconvenience.
Course 171WX02 – Sydney Discoveries
The Bookings Secretary for this course has changed.
For bookings please email Beatrice Scheepers on firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Sydney Discoveries will be taking a break in Semester 2, 2017
Course 171WP01 – Film Discussion Group
The Leader of this group has changed
The new Leader is Robyn Deane, 0402 258 996, email@example.com
Course 171WN01 – Take Me To The Opera
Inner West Region of Sydney U3A regrets that for unavoidable reasons it has been necessary to discontinue this excellent course.
Course 171WP02 – Australian Perspectives
The dates and times for the sessions in this course have changed. The correct details are:
AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVES**(25) INDEX: SOCIOLOGY 171WP01
This is an informal discussion group during which the guest speaker introduces us to their varied ethnic, cultural and historical experiences. (4 sessions)
Third Thursday of each month from 16 Feb (excluding school holidays) 14:00 – 16:00
Leader and bookings: Joy Pegler 9771 6185
16 Feb: An Insight into Life on Rennell Island in the Solomon Islands
In this talk we will get an insight into life on an isolated Pacific Island
Speaker: Joy Pegler
16 Mar: An Insight into Japanese Culture
In this talk we will get an insight into Japanese culture: its food, language, tradition, religion (Shinto and Buddhism), and also how parents treat their children.
Speaker: Takiko Yalichev
18 May: Experiences of a Migrant from Sri Lanka
June migrated to Australia from Sri Lanka 50 years ago. She was born in the hill country near Kandi but lived most of her life on the coast at Galle. She will explain what it was like then in a country that had been colonised over many centuries firstly by the Portuguese, then the Dutch & finally the British.
Speaker: June Colin-Thome
15 June: Experiences as a Volunteer in the SES
Speaker: Iain Findlay
Course 171WH01 – Stanmore Book Club
For bookings please contract Bernice Lee on 0412 969 440
Course 171WW02 – Putting Creative Fun Into Everyday Thinking
The phone number for bookings in the Course Book was incorrect. For bookings please phone David Synnott on 02 9417 6559 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator Bobbie Kersten organises “Out There” events, many of which have multiple sessions, to take members to the delights of Sydney and beyond.
“Out There” events in Semester 1, 2015 are:
- My Favourite Ethnic Eating Place
- Sydney Discoveries
- Fourth Tuesday Lunch Group
- Visiting Regional Galleries
- Bushwalks with a Touch of History
Details of upcoming “Out There” events are in the Course Book
Bobbie Kersten organises several bushwalks per year.