Wordplays, networks of numbers and creative image possibilities kept the brain cells active in our April session. Although we were failures at the Islands quiz, we found a few Mensa puzzles easy enough to figure out- with a bit of teamwork, thanks Rae!
About Brain Games
It is well established that new skills can help build brain pathways with benefits for memory, confidence, happiness and even falls prevention. Brain Games offers a variety of entertaining and informative ways to challenge, inform and exercise your brain. Thus we might solve word, number, shape, picture or logic puzzles, take part in a quiz, brainstorm solutions to a dilemma, draw a picture or maybe even learn to juggle! There will be some time spent viewing DVDs or reading articles which explore such topics as illusions and trickes, dementia, brain repair, gender differences, optimism and pessimism, lateral thinking and creativity.
2019: 2nd Tuesday 2 to 4 pm, U3A Meeting Room, Fawckner Drive.
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