LIFETIME LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES for SENIORS
Welcome to the web page of U3A Perth. U3A is a world wide organisation for people aged over 50 who are interested in learning in a happy social network. The motto of U3A Perth is LEARN, LAUGH, LIVE.
To find out more please explore our website.
JOIN ONCE – GO EVERYWHERE
U3A Perth has 10 regions across the Perth Metropolitan area. When you become a member you join a region. This gives you the opportunity to participate in the activities of your region and across all of U3A Perth.
The latest issue of Inform is out now and has been emailed or mailed to members.
Issue 135 (2nd edition) may be viewed HERE.
Some errors in the first edition of Inform have been corrected. The Inform editor Peter Bifield has issued the following statement:
“Thank you to our many readers for your feedback, especially those who pointed out the errors that had crept in. Unfortunately it is too late for the printed Inform; however, I have issued this Digital Only 2nd Edition with the corrections made in red so it is clear what has changed. Please make your colleagues who only receive the printed version aware of these changes.
I look forward to working with you all to produce Inform 136. Kind regards, Peter Bifield”
PUBLIC LECTURE – Saturday 19th October
U3A Perth will present a free public lecture by Professor Ted Snell at the Wesley Quarter Hall, 97 William Street on Saturday the 19th of October at 1pm. The lecture is entitled “Culture can Spark City Revival”. Click HERE for details.
CITY COURSES SEMESTER 2, 2019
Enrolments have now opened for City Courses for semester 2. The courses available are listed on the City Courses brochure that has been emailed or posted to all U3A Perth members. Click HERE to view the brochure.
You must be a financial member of U3A Perth to participate in City Courses. All enrolments are made using Ticketebo. Click on the link below to enrol.
NOTE 1: Please check the brochure for the correct venue of your course. The tickets emailed from Ticketebo may show the venue incorrectly.
NOTE 2: The title of the Lecture on 20th of August by Noel Sheppy is incorrect in Appendix 2 of the brochure emailed to members. It should read: “Ethnograpy of sub-Equatorial African Peoples – Factors affecting geographic distribution”.
For a full list of talks and activities across all the regions of U3A Perth during 2019 click below:
NOTE: If you are not a member of the region please phone the contact person listed prior to attending any of the talks or activities listed above.