Heathcote U3A is holding an enrolment day on Friday, so people can come along and see what the group is about.January 30, 2014 11:59am
Heathcote U3A’s enrolment day is on Friday from 10am until noon in the Guide hall, High St.
Programs available include a coffee day, chair-based exercises, understanding technology, music appreciation, antiques and collectables and history.
U3A secretary Stephanie Bastock encouraged as many people as possible to come along, fill in a survey and register their interest.
‘‘We want people to come along and, in the words of the U3A slogan — live, learn and enjoy,’’ she said.
‘‘Come along and be more active.
‘‘It’s a great way to meet new friends, especially if you’re new to the area.’’
She also said new leaders were needed for tai chi and the garden club to enable these activities to run in 2014.
U3As are groups of seniors who share educational, recreational and social programs and are open to all residents who are retired or semi-retired.
For more information contact Stephanie Bastock on 5433
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