|The Eastern Region contains the Council coverage areas of Woollahra, Waverley, Randwick and Bayside (north of Cook’s River) and is generally defined as all suburbs east of a line from the CBD to the airport.|
Talks are held at:
Waverley Library Theatrette, 32 Denison St., Bondi Junction. (locate on Google Maps) 10:30am to 12:20pm Mondays and Fridays.
Talks are also held monthly at Goodwin Village, and at Woollahra LIbrary (semester 1 only). For details click on the Course Book and Course Changes links
A range of language courses, current affairs, film discussion, and book groups are held at a variety of venues – for dates and venues see the Course Book
| All U3A members (and guests) are welcome, and bookings are not required to attend talks.
Non-members who wish to attend more than two talks will be requested to join as members. Cost is $65 p.a.
Seating is generally available for up to 60 people. Morning tea is provided, funded by a $2 donation.
Bookings are required for all courses. For details see Course Book for Semester 1
To open a pdf of the May 2019 Calendar, use this link or click on the image below.
The Course Book for Semester 1, 2019 can be downloaded from the Home page of the Sydney U3A website. This link will open the Eastern Region section.
As the original presentation at Waverley Library theatrette on 13 May has been cancelled, we have decided to hold an Open Forum in its place. This will provide a mid-year opportunity to:
- brief you on the range of initiatives and upgrading of services we have been undertaking
- invite attendees to offer constructive suggestions about future talks, speakers and courses
- advise us on the extent to which U3A is meeting your expectations, including opportunities for social interaction
- volunteer to join our committee – most importantly to fill the role of Regional Course Coordinator from which Margaret Steel is retiring shortly.
There will also be a brief presentation on current research on healthy brain ageing being undertaken at UNSW.
Enquiries can be made to our Secretary Sandra See on 9363 5723 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Email the U3A Central Office using the Contact Us form, or phone (02) 9267 9056 (10:00am-1:00pm, Monday to Friday).
Edited by Warwick Mayne-Wilson – April 2019