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Kite flying at The Entrance by Judy Frewen

WELCOME TO U3A CENTRAL COAST

U3A stands for the University of the Third Age, which is a world-wide self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment. It provides educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment. The term ‘university’ is used in a broad sense where members can be both students and conversely teachers or leaders.

U3A Central Coast offers courses to enhance the intellectual, social and physical wellbeing of the members. These courses include talks on history, literature, the arts, public affairs, the environment and humanities, lunch and coffee groups, bushwalking and excursions to Sydney and Newcastle.  Our course leaders bring a broad range of skills and experiences to their offerings.

The courses take various forms including one day seminars, classes, discussion groups and walking groups held in different venues across the coast.

When you join, you will be made very welcome

 

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Exciting Semester 2 programme
coming in June

Diary Date: enrolment day will be
Thursday 6th July

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Leaders/Presenters Wanted
Our Course Leaders keep our U3A thriving and without people volunteering to be Course Leaders, our organisation could not continue to offer such a wonderful selection of courses and activities each semester. Leaders give one-off presentations, run a course or co-ordinate an activity or excursion.
Could you become a Leader?
The first step need only be to make contact with our Course Coordinator who helps people develop their ideas into Courses. Making contact does not commit you to becoming a Leader. It simply gives you a chance to talk.

email: u3acccourse@gmail.com
Or Carolyn Kingsmill on 0418 695 984.

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the lunch bunch, promoting U3A,  photo from a walk around Glebe,  Brian Freeman addressing Probus at Wyee
lunch group
expo march 31