Online instructions are available on our Membership Help & Instructions page, including an FAQ, videos and documents with step-by-step instructions. The notes from the How to Enrol Online sessions are available on that page.
If you still need help on the day, please come to the Hub where volunteers will be available to help you.
When can I enrol for next year?
- Current members Monday 27 November 2023
- New members Wednesday 29 November 2023
Council is expanding its Positive Ageing service. We’d like to ensure everyone has the opportunity to have a say to help us tailor services in response to the needs of our community.
Feedback is open until 30 November, for ages 45+
The Course Guides for 2024 and Summer School are now available. View these online or pick up a printed booklet from Reception. You can plan your choice of courses for when enrolment opens on 27 November.
Whitehorse Spring Festival is a major event on our calendar. Thanks to all the performers and their leaders. The fun continued with the Melbourne Cup Eve social function. Thanks to Paulina Chong for organising both. See the photos and reports on these events in this newsletter.
The Course Admin team hope you have all enjoyed your U3A classes this year. Enrolment information for 2024 is in the body of this newsletter or available on the website.
Now that the Course Guides are available, you can get ready for enrolment week. Enrolment opens at 9 am on 27 November for returning members. New members can enrol in the same way from Wednesday 29 December. Here are some hints and instructions on how to enrol.
The Summer School Course Guide is now available. Collect a printed copy from Reception, or download a copy and check out the range of interesting classes and excursions available.
Days before, we anticipated a wet Spring Festival but much to our delight, the weather was kind on the day bringing together a community from all walks of life who attended.
The Melbourne Cup Eve Afternoon Tea on Monday 6 November was filled with style and a palpable sense of excitement. Guests were welcomed with a glass of bubbly champagne or soft drink and given a Mystery Bet ticket.
By Greg Piper, U3A Military History Group
The U3A Nunawading Military History Group have a rather unique model of content delivery in its various learning activities. Instead of the traditional top-down delivery of a set syllabus via a lecturer, the group members generate their own content.
Sheila Moore was instrumental in the establishment of U3A Nunawading in 1990. She was Secretary in 1991, President in 1995, and Secretary from 1996 to 1998. Sheila was also one of the stalwarts in getting U3A Network Victoria established.
It’s beginning to look like Christmas with celebrations in full swing, and this edition of Snippets includes a reminder about the Whitehorse Carols and local festive activities, plus there are two local market days to help you stock up on Christmas goodies. There is also an update from the Art Appreciation class; details about a volunteer opportunity, and a request for photographs of end-of-year class get-togethers.