Welcome to Keyworth & District U3AKeyworth & District University of the Third Age (U3A) is an organisation formed by local people whose aim is to work together to provide and benefit from learning opportunities. Our members are no longer in full-time employment and the objective is enjoyment not qualifications. There is more information in the About Us section.
Autumn Coffee MorningThe Monthly Meetings Programme and the New Horizons Events list are in the What's On section.
Saturday 22nd October, Village Hall, 10.00 to 12.30
There was a real 'buzz' at this event, particularly during the middle part of the morning when things became very lively, and it cerainly demonstrated the vibrant nature of our U3A. Most of the Interest Groups were present, with either a leader or a group representative to talk with newly joined members, and indeed sharing in conversation with those who were already members of U3A. This illustrates the very positive role of the groups within our U3A. But although the groups remain a focus, the event nowadays is broader still - as an occasion for members to enjoy sharing an informal social event together. There were also some suggestions for yet more interest groups ! So - deep appreciation to all those group leaders and/or group representatives for their involvements, and to all who provided the refreshments and helped in many various ways to make this event such an enjoyable occasion again this year.
Robin Wilcockson [Groups Coordinator]
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17 Oct 2016Short Walk Tuesday 18th October 2016 - we meet at the Village Hall Car Park at 10.30am for cars. The walk is around Woodhouse Eaves. For more information about the walks please visit the Walking webpage. Gloria Wright.
11 Oct 2016STAR Group
The next meeting is on Monday 7th November 2016 2-00 PM in the Keyworth Methodist Hall. Mike Davey will be giving a talk with the title ‘Plant Genetic Manipulation: A Simple Introduction’. This talk is an introduction to the techniques employed in the genetic modification of plants.
The full STAR Group programme to March 2017 is on the STAR Group webpage. Chris Mason
07 Sep 2016Listening to Music - the programme for August to December 2016 is now available on the Listening to Music webpage. Bill Cooper.
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