25th Anniversary of the University of the Third Age in Mandurah

25th Anniversary of the University of the Third Age in Mandurah

 Local U3A members dressed as convicts at the historic penal settlement on a recent learning trip to Norfolk Island.

Local U3A members dressed as convicts at the historic penal settlement on a recent learning trip to Norfolk Island.

Mandurah’s University of the Third Age (U3A) celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and is eager to share their love of learning with our community.

The local U3A group consists of over 140 members over the age of 50 who wish to continue their learning and retain active minds.

The group promotes continued learning through informative and entertaining presentations, round table discussions, guest speakers, social outings and partnerships. Regular topics include current events, people & places, history, literature, science, and idea sharing.

Deputy Mayor Darren Lee said the City of Mandurah encourages lifelong learning across all ages.

“With our aging community, groups like Mandurah’s U3A are so important for our older community members to benefit from continued learning, strong social connection and personal empowerment,” Cr Lee said.

U3A sessions are held three times a week at Ac-cent Mandurah, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 1.30 to 3.30. Cost for members is $2 per session. Visitors are very welcome at attend for $3 per session.

For more information visit the U3A website or call 9534 5357.

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