Manning Valley U3A offers many ‘Learning for Life’ courses
Manning Valley University of the Third Age (U3A) is back in 2021 offering a range of courses and activities for the retired/semi-retired over 50 age group.
Our motto, ‘Learning for Life!’ sums up the rewards for being a part of Manning Valley U3A. These rewards include mental stimulation, physical activities, social interaction, learning new skills and enjoyment.
U3A is run by volunteers and all classes are led by volunteers too. This is based on the idea that members can help other members learn about many things they are interested in.
Right now, we are gearing up to deliver our term three program bringing delight to hundreds of members old and new.
Twenty-two courses cover a range of subjects at low cost, run from two to nine weeks and are mainly held at the Manning Uniting Church, Taree.
Our courses for term three include the Silver Tones Choir, two ukulele groups, Folk music group, Ballroom Dancing, Philosophy for everyone, Cryptic Crosswords, Social Craft, Time Traveller, Art in the Gallery, Golden Years of Hollywood, Microcredit lending, Open Forum, Just Read, French for beginners and continuers, French reading group, Introduction to Islam, Balance and Bones, Let’s Walk, Yoga, and Table Games.
Enrolments for term three are open from 5 July. To be part of it have a look at our website, www.manningvalley.u3anet.org.au
For further information please contact Heather McLaughlin (Secretary) by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone, 0425 757 641.
This media release from Chris Abbott (Publicity/Media) M. 0400 306 778