The group meets each Thursday from 12 noon to 4.00pm at the Donald Simpson Centre, Cleveland.
Please note new class times of 9.15am - 11.00am on Fridays at the same venue, Old Uniting Church building (at rear) Cleveland.
Term 2 classes will commence on Wednesday 1st May
Classes are continuing into Term 2
May 9 : 7.00am King Island, Wellington Point. Meet in car park at the Point Reserve. Bring morning tea. Low tide at 7.20am
May 23 : 7.00am Hilliards Creek, Ormiston. Park in the Softball Club car park off the Delancey St roundabout. Bring money for morning tea at a local cafe.
Fridays 11.00am - 12.30pm at the Victoria Point Library, Eprapah Meeting Room with Beverley Ross. To register your interest in this class please contact the office to be put in touch with the Tutor.
May 15 : A Field Trip to Mt Cotton Community Park with leader Karolyn Campbell
Thursday 2 May - speaker Julie Porteous giving a presentation on Japan All Over.
Thursday 6 June - speaker Diana Webster giving a presentation on Southern Africa.
Meet on Sunday 28 April for 8.00am at Mila Cafe, Old Cld Road East, Wellington Point.
Meet on Sunday 26 May for 8.30am at Elaine's on Gordon, 1/22 Bainbridge Street, Ormiston
Thursdays 1.30pm - 3.00pm in the Cleveland Library
Please contact the office onto be put in touch with the Tutor, Greg Cudmore.
Becoming a tutor of a course at U3A can open the door to a whole new world: not just for the participants but the tutor as well. If you wish further information about becoming a tutor and joining our enthusiastic band, please contact the office on 3821 3888or one of our tutor liaison officers Nahn Shimmons or Karen Buhmann
Life in Australia is held during school terms on a Monday, 9.30am in the Donald Simpson Community Centre, Cleveland.
Term 2 will return on April 29 with Building Compassionate Communities - Terry Ayling of the Australian Compassion Council and Coordinator of Gold Coast City Compassion Project. Intro by Noel Preston.
May 6 : Labour Day
May 13 : Kathleen Noonan - Much appreciated journalist and commentator on current issues. Intro by Glenice Palmer
The next adventures have been arranged -
** As April will be a busy time for many with Easter and Anzac Day we are not organising an event for April.
Friday 24th to Monday 27th May to Kenilworth Showgrounds.
This site has no cabins for which we are sorry but there is a pub very nearby. It is pet friendly. To book ring (new) onsite Caretakers Tony and Erin 7am - 6pm daily. When booking mention you are with U3A Redlands as they are keeping us together. Payment once set up. Have cash in case no Eftpos. * Please inform (stand-in co-ordinator) Bob Woods.
Friday 28th June to Monday 1st July to Boonah Showground
Contact Pauline to book and obtain a small discount. This park has amenities block, dump point, power, camp kitchen, laundry and is pet friendly. The town is 3 minutes walk away. For those who book cabins, try the Boonah Motel or The Australian Pub (not ensuited). We shall have a cent auction so if you want to join in please bring an item/s worth $5 minimum per person of new quality to participate.
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.
You can apply for membership by completing our online form and then paying your application fee by EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer).
Alternatively, you can download and print our membership application form and bring the completed form and payment to our office during office hours.
For more information on joining U3A Redlands and attending classes, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.