Benalla and District University of the Third Age, or U3A, provides opportunities for learning and social interaction to help older people no longer in full time employment keep physically & mentally alert.
36 courses and activities are being offered in Benalla 2018. To find out more about a particular group, click on Groups on the menu at the top of the page.
There are no prerequisites or exams!
Our monthly newsletter is produced towards the end of the month The website's home page, group pages, daily calendar & monthly calendar are updated at this time.
The newsletter deadline is the 25th day of the month at midday - email to email@example.com
U3A Benalla on Facebook
The U3A Benalla and District Facebook page has achieved its latest goal of 80 followers!! Bev Thornell is now contributing regular posts with lots of great photographs.
With Spring in the air, the Program Committee is busy planning for next year. We are always looking at new courses. If you have one in mind, please let us know.
Our Membership continues to grow. It's very gratifying to be told we have something for everyone.
Mine and the Executive Committee’s thanks go to Cheryl Turner for her time on the Committee. We will miss your input, Cheryl. All the best.
Members attending our ‘Morning Tea and Poetry Reading’ on Thursday 25 October during the Seniors Festival may also like to stay on and enjoy Lunch with members of the Seniors. Lunch needs to be booked and costs $11.30. Please see the Seniors’ notice board for booking.
Our New Banner!
Thank you to Patchwork group member Heather Sloane, for creating our wonderful new U3A Benalla banner!
Be Connected - During Be Connected's 'Get On Line' Week activity on Wednesday 17th October everyone was encouraged to '#try1thing', followed by a delicious afternoon tea and a group photo.
See also our Monthly Calendar
Garden Appreciation On October 25 we will attend U3A's Morning Tea & Poetry Reading (9.30-11.30), then head to May's garden at Warrenbayne. Gwen