Cook's Night Off meet on the first Wednesday of the month dining at a local Cleveland Restaurant.
With guest speaker David Busch speaking on the "Boundless Plains to Share : The Gift and Challenge of Multiculturalism. Introduced by Dr Noel Preston AM. All welcome. Cost $4 which includes morning tea.
The Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement classes will run on Wednesday the 13 July and 5 October at the Donald Simpson Centre. Please call the office for more information.
Footlites is recruiting and is looking for male and female singers, actors, back stage helpers to be part of its next production to be performed in October. Contact the office to be put in contact with the group.
This new group will be for people wanting to learn about, enjoy and understand music in an easy way through learning to play the recorder. This may lead to understanding music techniques and writing music. Meeting weekly from Tuesday 12 July in F6, Cleveland State High School, 3pm - 4.30pm. Spaces still available, contact the office.
Opening night Tuesday 12 July 2016. Doors open at 6.30pm, official opening 7.30pm. Tickets $10.00, including supper. Ticket valid for duration of show.
All paintings and art work by local and interstate artists. Show continues from Wednesday 13 July until Sunday 17 July 10.00am till 4.00pm daily. All welcome.
The next Genealogy Class is due to start on Wednesday 13th July from 9.00 - 11.00am at the RSL Community Centre, Passage Street, Cleveland, opposite the RSL. Learn how to research your family history and know where to find the information. Cost is $5 including morning tea. Call the office for further information.
The Breakfast Club group will meet for 8.30am at Noci, Raby Bay Esplanade, Cleveland on Sunday morning the 26 June.
Tickets for Morning Session $10 including morning tea
Tickets for Afternoon Session $10 including afternoon tea
Lunch $5 (must be pre ordered) All Day Special $20 all inclusive.
Guest speakers include Dr Claire Mason, Greg Cudmore speaking on Legal Studies, Boots to Bliss with Claude Tranchant, Prof Liz Coulson of the Qld Brain Institute Group Leader and Social Studies talk with The Rev Canon Neville Knott. U3A Members and Non Members are more than welcome.
Please note the U3A Redlands Office will be closed for the winter break from Monday 27 June and will reopen on Monday 11 July at 9.00am.
Come along to Armchair Travel on Thursday 7th July for 9.30am at the Uniting Church Hall, Passage Street. This month we will be travelling to East Canada. All welcome.
The next Coin and Stamp Group meeting will be on Thursday 21st July in the small hall of the Uniting Church, Passage Street. This months coin and stamp topic will be Western Australia.
The Pedal for Pleasure group will meet on Saturday 2nd July at the Cleveland Railway Station destination Norman Park for a ride around the Mowbray Park, Dockland, Goodwill Bridge area. Catching the 7.09am train from Cleveland return from Park Road Station.
The French Conversation group that meet at the Victoria Point Library on a Wednesday 1 - 2pm has spaces available, contact the office if you are interested in going along.
U3A, short for the University of the Third Age, provides members with affordable education and the opportunity to study and learn in a relaxed environment. The U3A approach to instruction is informal and study groups are attended by an experienced tutor. There are no prerequisites required to join classes and no exams or formal assessments of students. Redlands U3A provides activities and classes covering a range of different subjects. Peruse our list of courses and find that subject that has always interested you but you never had the time to do.
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