Subjects to include Budgeting Basics, Managing Debt, Centrelink, Superannuation and Pensions, Property, Retirement Villages, Aged Care, Estate Planning and more.
Classes to be held at Cleveland State High School on Thursdays 3.30 - 5.30pm
Please contact the U3a Office 3821 3888 for further information
Mobile photography using your iPhone - it is necessary for participants to have their own phone.
Classes will be held at Capalaba Library Meeting Room on the first and third Monday of the month from 9.30-11.00am.
This course is for beginners in astrology and participants will receive their birth charts and learn to understand planets, signs and houses as they relate to themselves.
Course will run for 6 weeks on Mondays from Feb 4 - Mar 11 at Cleveland Library 11.15am - 12.45pm
This is a new course only for those participants who have completed Part I. It will provide a more in-depth examination of the birth chart and will include Aspects (i.e. relationships between planets)
This course will also run for 6 weeks on Thursdays from Feb 7 to Mar 14 at Cleveland Library 10.30am - 12 noon.
We have a new computing course starting in Term 1, 2019. First term classes will be held for 6 - 8 weeks on Tuesdays at 3-5pm. Venue will be Cleveland District State High School.
Please contact U3A office 3821 3888 for details.
We have a new Spanish class commencing in 2019 for students with a basic knowledge of the language only. Term 1 classes will be on Mondays and Fridays 1.30pm - 3.30pm at Victoria Point Library. Class numbers will be limited to assist with student/tutor contact.
Critical thinking is about sound reasoning and logical argument. We investigate what it is that makes opinions, beliefs and decisions rational or irrational, and the hidden biases and fallacies that can distract us. Every session includes a discussion on a topic chosen by a group member.
This new course is offered on Tuesday afternoons over 24 weeks running from Week 1 to Week 8 in each of Terms 1, 2 and 3 in 2019. Contact the office to be added to the Interest List.
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 Beryl Sutcliffe or Ian McFadzen
The much awaited Beginners Tai Chi and Qi Gong is starting in Term 1, 2019.
Classes will be held 08.00 - 09.00am on Tuesdays at the Thornlands Dance Palais, Thornlands commencing 19th February.
For bookings please phone U3A office on 3821 3888, email us ator come along to Enrolment Day at Faith Lutheran College Thornlands on Friday 18th January where you will be able to meet your Tutor Nahn Shimmons.
Cost: $5.00 per session
29 January - 5 April 2019
Life in Australia is held during school terms on a Monday, 9.30am in the Donald Simpson Community Centre, Cleveland..
Please check the new December Newsletter for weekly topics in Term 1, 2019 - due out 12 Dec
2019 - Term 1 commences February 4
Classes will resume on February 4 with Computers - Curse or Blessing? with Greg Cudmore, Intro by Brian Hedges.
Walks are held on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month at 6.30am in summer and 7am in winter.
December 13th at 6.30am - Break Up: Brisbane Koala Park, Alperton Road, Burbank.
Short walk followed by byo breakfast/morning tea. BBQ facilities and toilets available.
Please check the Home Page of this website for the September Newsletter (Page 25) for further details.
Our first two adventures have been arranged -
a) Friday 25th - Monday 28th January 2019 to the Esk Caravan Park. Phone 07 5424 1466 to book
b) Friday 22nd - Monday 25th February 2019 to Kenilworth Showground. Phone the Caretakers on 0438 849 947. This site has no cabins.
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.