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AGM 2014 - 30 April

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Noel Cass' Jazz Doctors

Guest Speaker - Michael Gawenda

Journalism and the digital revolution

Full details of the AGM are available by clicking here.


Punting on the Lake

new birdbath
Botanical Gardens, Melbourne

In a recent excursion, members were treated to a morning of punting on the lake in the Botanical Gardens, Melbourne.

The guided punting tour has only recently been established and we were quick to take advantage of the service which allowed the participants to experience the gardens from a different and gentle vantage point whilst enjoying the touch of autumn colours.

 

  Schedule of Walks - SH13
Marvellous Melbourne
New date for Macedon excursion is
30 April 2014
  Walking Group schedule
Term 1, 2014
  New Research studies
Monash University
Research:Human Health Rights
RMIT University
Membership Subscriptions -
New rates for 2014
Research:Herbal extracts & cognition
Swinburne University
Research: Statins and cognition
Latrobe University
Research into Knee pain
University of Melbourne
Some Statistics - U3As in Australia
About University of the Third Age

 

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U3A Hawthorn was one of the first U3As in Victoria, having been formed in 1984.

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That means this year is our
30 year anniversary!


We gratefully acknowledge funding by City of Boroondara     We gratefully acknowledge funding from ACFE Learn Local  
Victorian Government funded         COTA Australia

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