🖍  Military Wives – advace preview screening at Village Hobart, Monday 24 February, 6.30pm. Complimentary film preview tickets are available to U3A members. Click here for more information and to download tickets

🖍  Newsletter No. 136 February 2020

🖍  Notice of Annual General Meeting 2020
Thursday 12 March at 10.30 am, Philip Smith Centre.
(nomination form and minutes of 2019 AGM included)
2019 Financial statements

🖍  Term 1 2020 class enrolment period: 10-24 February.
Click here to see the Program for Term 1 2020.

🖍  2020 Membership fees are now due.
  Online Form for 2020 Membership Renewal

🖍   U3A Hobart Summer Program 2020: Lectures begin at 10 am on Tuesday & Thursday mornings,  21 January – 20 February, in the Philip Smith Centre, 2 Edward Street, Glebe. Free off-street parking will be available. See Location

🖍  Your Say Hobart is a space where you can share your ideas to make Hobart a better place to live, work and play. Get involved and register to receive updates about upcoming engagements.

🖍  Check out COTA Tasmania’s new Community Activity page! It features over 700 social, learning and physical activities throughout Tasmania.

🖍  Need IT HELP? Libraries Tasmania also offer a range of free or low cost computer and technology  courses

What’s happening?

2019 Summer School

University VC Professor Rufus Black delivered the Roy and Maureen Davies Memorial Lecture 2019: 'A Place-Based Society'.
The one and only Basil Sansom gave Rufus Black a grand introduction.
Johnny Mackay & his ukulele group at the Waterworks picnic
Our president John Green with Joan Loudon and our patron Peter Boyce at the Summer School picnic
Suzy Lebasi wears a fabulous Chinese embroidered silk jacket during her talk on Chinese Textiles: history of weaving & embroidery in China till end of Qing Dynasty
Wonderful Chinese fabrics brought in by Suzy Lebasi.
Jackie Salathe and Gerard Mocellin enjoying the talk on Chinese embroidery.
Our Summer School Coordinator Rose Marwick, with Dr Louise Grimmer who discussed Airbnb.
Dr Penny Jones discussed her research on the Indus Civilisation
Lorinne Boyce & Jane Monaghan at the Waterworks picnic