Meeting Tues 4 May 2021 Dr Richard Hursthouse speaking on local environmental matters. Richard is a National Board member for Forest and Bird with a particular interest in Tuff Crater, as well as being chairman of both the Restore Hibiscus & Bays Steering Group and the Centennial Park Bush Society.
While U3A stands for University of the Third age. We are not in modern sense a University.
No qualifications, No exams. Finding fellowship and common interests. Guest Speakers > 2000 - 2021
April 2021 Ukulele Group and audience singalong
Our meetings are held in the Browns Bay Presbyterian Church Hall every month. This Group is but one of about 26 Special Interest Groups we have in U3A Browns Bay. Each group has the opportunity to highlight their activities at the main meeting.
Ukulele Group > details
FutureLearn.com > It is an online education platform set up by a group of top British Universities, offering a variety of free courses.
All of us at Browns Bay U3A play our part during the year – we may be Committee members, Convenors, or Special Interest Group members, and we all play our part in making sure that our monthly meetings go smoothly. We all take our turn serving morning tea, moving seating, greeting newcomers and enjoying fellowship and mental stimulation. Want to have fun and keep the grey matter working? You are most welcome to join us.
U3A Browns Bay Inc North Shore Members Come From Okura, Glenfield, Wairau, Torbay, Albany, Paremoremo Valley, Murrays Bay, Mairangi Bay, Takapuna, Hibiscus Coast, Devonport, Northcote, Coatesville and Birkenhead. There are many U3A’s across Auckland and throughout New Zealand. The U3A New Zealand > website has the complete U3A list of over 80 if you are outside our area.