Payment of Fees 2020

PAYMENT OF FEES FOR 2020 YEAR

Payment Options    Members will again have a choice to pay their membership

1)  in person by cash or cheque:

Enrolment Days: Thurs Jan 30 & Mon  Feb 3;
or pay Treasurer on Mondays & Thursdays or

2)  by Electronic Transfer to:

IMB BSB: 641-800
Account No: 001 142  057
Acc Name: Wollongong U3A

For identification purposes, please ensure you supply initials and surname only with your online payment.

Enrolment Forms    Members paying by EFT will need to fill in an enrolment form, available with newsletter or pick up from Treasurer.

Receipts                     Receipts for EFT payments will not be issued.

Name Tags                 Available from Treasurer on Mondays and Thursdays after payment has been verified.

NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT MAKE EFT PAYMENT UNTIL JANUARY 2020

Wanda Chies

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A Cappella Choir

 

Pictured are the members of the Ladies A Cappella Choir.

On Monday we were entertained with an hour of unforgettable music.  Absolutely fantastic.

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India

Last Thursday Jacqui Price gave us all a wonderful insight into the traditions of an Indian wedding. Here she is pictured with David Price and Aileen Harland.

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Xmas Luncheon

The end of year luncheon will be held at The Links, Ross Street, Wollongong on Wednesday, 4th December at 12 noon.

Further details will be announced later in the term.

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FILM SOCIETY: Term 3

Paralleling the Thursday morning Revisiting the Thirties module, the Thursday Afternoon Film Group has assembled a programme dealing specifically with 1930s cinema.

In 1930, synchronised sound replaced the silent cinema in the US and Europe, opening up vast new possibilities. The cinema began to reflect on historical events – World War 1 for example, and the Great Depression. Sound enabled the invention of the musical genre, and the sophistication of the screwball comedy. Attention to the social and emotional situation of women increased.

Cinema began to be recognised as an international art form via film festivals and awards, and was deeply changed by European filmmakers fleeing the increasing terror in Europe, bringing their skills and influence to the US. Film began to interact directly with contemporary and classical literature, drawing on novels as the basis for films. Animation and experimental cinema grew rapidly, providing the opportunity for imaginary worlds.

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ENROLMENT DAY: 31/01/2019

 

 

ENROLMENT DAY: THURSDAY 31st JANUARY 2019

 

 

 

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NEW PAYMENT OPTIONS

 

 

NEW PAYMENT OPTIONS

From January 2019 we will be able to pay our fees by Electronic Transfer.

Click for details.

 

 

 


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OUR NEW SECRETARY

 

 

 

 

 Christine White (above) has taken over the role of secretary from Nancy Harman. Christine has also volunteered to coordinate the lunch group.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Newslink – March 2018

Please click the link below to access U3A Newslink

U3A Newslink March 2018[20566]

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PHILOSOPHY AT THE FRAT

Tuesday afternoon 13 March 2018

 

The philosophy study group invites all U3A members to an afternoon with Lyndon Storey, President of the Council of Australian Humanist Societies.

Lyndon is driving up from Canberra to present a talk entitled:

 

What is Humanism? Why Humanism matters. The future of Humanism

 

The venue is the Monte Carlo Room, upstairs at the Fraternity Club, Fairy Meadow.

He will address us from 2 pm until 3 pm, and then we will go downstairs to the coffee lounge (with its new gelati bar) where people can get some afternoon tea and chat with him informally.

Further information: Stuart Traynor 0457 342 358

 

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