COVID-19 Update 31 July 2021

COVID LOCKDOWN Due to the three-day lockdown that has been announced by the Queensland Government, U3A noosa will be closed on Monday and Tuesday next week. If the lockdown is extended then we will be closed until it is lifted, or the Management Committee deem it safe to reopen. We will keep you informed but […]

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COVID-19 Update 22 July 2021

IMPORTANT INFORMATION COVID NEWS UPDATE   We’ve just received an update on the Queensland COVID restrictions and unfortunately you will be required to wear a mask for a further week until Friday 30 July.  Checking in with the Queensland Government App remains mandatory and social distancing continues to apply.  Please keep yourself informed of any further changes […]

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COVID- 19 Update 8 July 2021

New COVID Safe Requirements   There are some important changes that will take place when we start classes again next week.  These requirements are in accordance with Qld Govt Health Directives and apply to us all. Masks will need to be worn until regulations are eased.  This is mandatory whilst attending all U3A noosa classes […]

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Membership Management software updated

We have been able to upgrade our membership registration processes thanks to a newly installed software package made possible through a $5 000 membership database grant under the Noosa Council’s Community and Environment Project Grant Program. Unlike our previous manual systems, the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) package automatically updates all membership and member details and […]

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The Founding of Jamestown

As a forester for some fifty years, I was fortunate enough to be in a profession that provided the opportunity to live and work in a number of countries in Asia, Africa, North America, Australia and Oceania.  And although my work in these countries involved forests and trees, I was also extremely interested in the […]

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A Shakespeare Experience for Groundlings

SHAKESPEARE FOR GROUNDLINGS Susan Roberts MONDAY, 26TH JULY – 27TH SEPTEMBER 2021 Margaret Christie Studio 9AM-11AM HAMLET At the beginning of the session a video of the play will be shown to familiarise members with plot and characters. Then, in the following weeks, reading of the play and discussion on content. NO RIGHT OR WRONG […]

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Military History

Expressions of Interest are sought for a this Course: Military History 2021 Mondays 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm 26 July – 11 October 2021 Margaret Christie Studio Course Coordinator: Alan Roberts The outline for the course is: The causes of war, the social and cultural foundations, military doctrine on each side, the logistics, leadership, technology, […]

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Kev Franzi – The Package

THE PACKAGE “The Package” vividly illustrates many highlights in a lifetime of discovering the wonder – the wonder of human achievement. It illustrates the value of capturing and preserving these highlights of a unique journey to hopefully inspire another generation of Image Makers. About the Speaker This year Kev Franzi is celebrating 76 years working […]

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Artists of the South Pacific

Artists of the South Seas French artists Paul Gauguin and Henri Matisse visited Tahiti. Unrecognised during his lifetime, Gauguin is known for his experimental use of colour and depictions of Tahitian life. He abandoned his life in France to develop his unique approach while living in the islands of French Polynesia. Matisse loved his Tahitian […]

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