Beachmere U3A "Takes it to the Streets"

Gwen Wharf, Volunteer Co-ordinator and Beachmere U3A Supporter “taking it to the streets”

Beachmere U3A “took it to the street” the first weeks of Term Three with a series of Community Information Desks. 

Mary Brown, Chair of Beachmere U3A said it was important to keep residents informed about the local U3A activities and encourage people to get involved in the many classes and workshops available throughout the term.

“We have some amazing classes and workshops – drawing, watercolour, mosaics and millinery – as well as some great ongoing classes – genealogy, machine quilting, beginner guitar and ukulele as well as Chair Yoga and Do-IN Gentle Exercise,” Mary said.

“Term Four starts early October and we are always looking for new Tutors to share their knowledge and experience.  You need no formal qualifications just an interest and some knowledge you would like to share.”

If you are interested in getting involved in Beachmere U3A classes, or as a Tutor, email or call 0456 685 736 between 8.30am and 2.30pm weekdays.

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