The University of the Third Age (U3A) is an international organisation that provides education and support for people aged over 50 who are retired or working less than 20 hours a week.
The 200 members of U3A Inner North are looking forward to an exciting year of learning at Enfield. New sessions for 2021 include Chinese language and culture, birds, badminton and gardening interests.
Continuing courses include watercolours, mosaics, book groups, Mah-jong, armchair travel, French, out and about events and circle dancing. U3A Inner North President, Pauline Kemp says “We are thrilled to now be able to offer our courses at the Enfield Community Centre. It is a venue with wonderful facilities, and we would like to thank the Council for their warm welcome. We hope to continue developing our programs and offer courses of interest to the local community for many years to come!”
U3A Inner North is managed and run by volunteers. Tutors and group leaders are volunteers who enjoy sharing their interests and skills and do not require special qualifications. New volunteers and course ideas are always welcome.
Membership costs less than $1 a week and Term One will commence Tuesday 2 February 2021.
To join or for more information, get in touch email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0410 434 048
Other opportunities at Enfield.
There’s plenty to do at Enfield Community Centre.
The Tapliners dance group rehearse Wednesdays, and practice performances in a number of dance styles. This friendly group always welcomes new members, so get tapping!
The Regency Men’s Shed is also co-located at Enfield, where both men and women can get involved in community projects, learn new skills and connect with others.
Be sure to look out for the centre’s Term 1 seniors program.