Welcome to U3A Upper North Region
The Upper North region covers mainly the Local Government areas of Hornsby and Ku-ring-gai. Courses are held in the suburbs of Berowra, Castle Hill, Epping, Eastwood, Gordon, Hornsby, Killara, Lindfield, Pennant Hills, Pymble, St Ives, Turramurra, Wahroonga, and Waitara.
Please view the U3A Second Semester Course Book 2018
Upper North Newsletter
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Read about some of the courses for the Second Semester
Record attendance at Upper North Showcase and Welcome to New Members
We are delighted to announce that a record crowd of 95 attended the Upper North Showcase and Welcome to New Members held on the 12th February at Turramurra Uniting Church.
The audience at the Showcase
Lectures in September
A big thank you to Ku-ring-gai Council
Our region has been fortunate to receive a community grant from Ku-ring-gai Council totalling $1922.
The generous amount has made possible the purchase of a range of audio-visual equipment for use in a variety of presentations and venues.
Thanks to the Council on behalf of all our members.
Wanted Course Leaders
Are you interested in running a course for U3A? Do you know a lot about a particular topic?
Why not impart your knowledge to an audience of enthusiastic U3A members. Contact either Grahame Marr on firstname.lastname@example.org or Pauline Holbrook on email@example.com
The Upper North U3A group known as The Fipple Fluters recently gave a concert at the Hornsby North Baptist Church for its ‘Time Out for Seniors Group’. They had played for this group before. During the past twelve years, they have also given concerts for Probus and played for U3A events at Sydney University, Customs House and Wesley Centre. In addition they have visited a number of local schools to assist teachers in encouraging students to understand the nature and depth of recorder repertoire from mediaeval music to the present day.
Upper North Committee 2018
Upper North’s Annual General Meeting 2017
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