eNews Updates

  • President’s Report

    May has been a buzz of activity at the Hub with our members enjoying their classes and social activities. Tickets for our Christmas in July celebration are now available at Reception, details are available in this newsletter. Also in this edition are reports on the get-togethers we’ve had, plus reminders of our upcoming three-week term break and the AGM. Have you considered volunteering for the Committee of Management?


  • From the Course Admin team

    Here we are, half way through Term 2. A couple of reminders for you; a note on some issues we’ve had with emails; new classes available in Term 3; and some class leader changes.


  • Watch where you park!

    Both carparks at the Hub are being patrolled by the Council Parking Officers. If you receive a parking ticket, we can’t do anything to help you.

    Please read the signs carefully and make sure you do not park in restricted areas unless you have the appropriate permit. Also note the time limit is four hours, so don't stay longer.


  • Biggest Morning Tea

    You’re invited to the Biggest Morning Tea for a big cause – the fight against cancer – and you can also buy raffle tickets or take a lucky guess to help raise funds.

    The date for the Biggest Morning Tea is Thursday 23 May, time 10.30 am to 12.30 pm in the lunch area at the Hub. A plate of food will be available at a cost of $5.00 per plate.


  • Christmas In July celebration

    This year’s Christmas in July will be held on Thursday 4 July 2024 from 12 noon at the Mulgrave Country Club. The cost is $40 per person and tickets are now on sale at U3A Nunawading Reception.

    So organise a table together with your U3A friends or just book one or two tickets. As a U3A member you can invite one guest to accompany you.


  • Happy social events

    Two events recently brought members together to enjoy a hot cuppa and some cakes and pastries. Recent new members were invited to an afternoon tea to find out more about our U3A, and many members who were at the Hub last Friday stopped for a chat and a lovely morning tea.


  • Snippets

    In this month’s Snippets, be sure to check out the catch of the day from our Fishing for Fun group; photos of some members’ great artwork; and if you want to delve into your family history, Family History Connections in Blackburn has everything you’ll need.