|EVENTS - NOW ARCHIVED
NOTE: MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS ADVISED OF CURRENT EVENTS BY EMAIL
REGULAR EVENTS INCLUDE MONTHLY MEETING AND SPECIAL EWVENT, ART, MAH JONG, TRAVEL TALK.
|THE I-PODDERS GROUP.
10.30am, Wednesdays. - Federal Coffee Palace cafe.
Contact: Eric Greenaway email@example.com
Learn, practice, query, enjoy - the use
of ipods, iphones, galaxy tablets, smart phones, Androids and Apples.
Eric (on the left) is our ethereal tutor, well versed in bird sounds. Annette and Sue are happy I-plodders.
We have two session for Mah Jong - one
to learn and practice the game, the other to play who know the difference
between a tube and a tuba, and know that the dragons are not a rugby team.
Mah Jong is a wonderful game, traditional to South-East Asia where the clatter of tiles is a serious business. It is most enjoyable to play and although there is a high level of expertise to be a proficient player, it is not difficult to learn and enjoy. The priniciples of chance and skill are reminiscent of poker and rummy.
Convivial games are also arranged with other U3A organisations in The Valley.
Please note that this is not gender exclusive and is for males also; there is no such thing as Pah-Jong.
President Cynthia ponders a move, at a game with the U3A of Morwell.
|THE WALKERS GROUP.
Walk or shuffle around the delightful streets
of downtown Yarra.
Port Albert and Corfu artist Waren Curry was born and bread in the district.
His gallery is opposite the Gippland Regional Museum in Port Albet.
|THE ART GROUP.
Learn how to give Warren Curry and Jeffrey
Smart a run for their money.
Just one of Warren Curry's magnifient paintings.
|THE TRAVEL GROUP.
It used to meet after the monthly committee
meeting, but this time slot has been allocated to our Monthly Talk. Next
meeting of the Travel Group will be announced at the nnext general meeting,
on 13 April.
Tutor Peter and wife Wendy in Thailand. One of things you will learn is how NOT to take
family photos on a trip. No idea who the kid is behind me! But he seemed nice enough so
we adopted him. After all, someone has to look after us when we get older.
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