Special Interest Groups


MONTHLY BOOK CLUB:   Monday 12.00 – 1.00 pm  AUDITORIUM
Coordinator: Nancy Harman

Monday   May 7   –  “The Sellout”,  Paul Beattie

Monday   June 4 –   “After the Crash”,  Michael Bussi





Held fortnightly on Tuesdays at 5 BUSHLANDS AVE, MT PLEASANT

Contact:  Kevin Rigby (4284 2721).



Held on 3rd Tuesday of the month at Builders Club Bistro.

Although only six of us were able to be at the February lunch we all enjoyed it.  The food is very good and very affordable at $8 for members and $10 for non-members for the specials.

We are considering ways to attract more people to these lunches.  Perhaps we could choose a different venue each month.  And it is not just for women; we had one man join us last month and he survived.  Any suggestions?

This is a chance to get to know other members in congenial surroundings.

See notice on sign-in table or contact: Christine White on 0409 669184.



The choir meets on Tuesday afternoon at 1.30, at the Conservatorium.
New members welcome.

Contact: Margaret Stratton – 4267 3161



The Photography Group meet on Friday:
9.30 – 11.00 am in Wollongong Library Theatrette

See Photography for more information

Brendon Parker: 0438729110 

New members welcome



The Philosophy Group meets upstairs in the Flinders Room of the Wollongong Library from 10.00 am – 12 noon on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month.

The topics for discussion in Term 2 will be Buddhism (April), Peter Singer, (May) and The History of Moral Thought (June and July).

Our numbers are limited to 12 people and we currently have a full complement.  But, please feel free to ring any of the following members for more about our discussions or if you would like to join the group next time there is a vacancy.

Numbers are limited but the group can accommodate one or two more members.  For further information contact: 

Huw Thomas                     0439 069 316

Stuart Traynor                   0457 342 358

Gale Witcombe                 4226 6112



Meets on Monday 12 – 1pm in the AUDITORIUM     

Lively discussion about whatever is happening in the world. New members always welcome.

The Current Affairs program is led by Dennis Vukovic.




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