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Site update: 14 October 2014

Seniors Week 2014

U3A Hawthorn was again present in Federation Square for the opening of Seniors' Week 2014, now known as the Seniors Festival.

Thanks to all those who volunteered on the stand and to those who dropped by.

For more details of the Seniors Week activities, including our Choir's contribution to the U3A massed choir performance, head to the Seniors Online website or pickup a Festival brochure when you are next at the Office.

You can also see some more photos on our YouTube video here.

 

Hon Alistair Nicholson

U3A Hawthorn at Federation Square, Sunday 5 October


U3A Hawthorn was one of the first U3As in Victoria, having been formed in November 1984, with classes commencing Term 1 1985.

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That means this year is our 30 year anniversary
whilst 2015 will see 30 years of providing classes to our members

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