Our Valetta Street centre remains closed and no sessions are being held there. Access is strictly by appointment only and subject to our CovidSafe Plan for each person entering the premises. You can join, renew membership, and enrol in courses online, or get individual help if you cannot go online.
We can help you find and choose courses and then, later, with enrolling and paying. Trained volunteers are ready to help if you cannot go online. Simply phone us on 9500 1288 or use if you need personal assistance.
Covid-19 remains a problem for our community. In order to stay safe, our current plan is to offer courses remotely as last year. Valetta St will not reopen until further notice.
Once again you can choose from nearly 50 online sources to keep up to date via The Knowledge Hub. This is a collection of think tanks and research bodies, the majority of which claim to be independent in their aims and origins. They are prominent as influencers for ideas and directions in public policy formulation […]
A series of 6 lectures covering the evolution of Judaism over 4,000 years, by Assoc Prof Peter Schattner, with emphasis on the historical stages rather than a theological analysis.
For reasons which would be clear to everybody in Melbourne we have to cancel every walk. As Covid restrictions are eased we will try to reschedule one or two walks.
Under Stage 4 restrictions the office remains closed and we cannot go there to check for phone messages, You can always email us.
This new website offers you online enrolments but not payments. It works well on a smartphone or a tablet.
Dear Members, It is some time since I wrote to you – but we have been very busy in the meantime. Read on! U3A Stonnington now: continues to offer companionship, enjoyment, intellectual stimulation and interesting diversions from our currently quite restricted daily lives. Although we miss the face to face contact with friends, many of […]
Dear Members What is the “new normal” for U3A? U3A Stonnington continues, but not as before. We will continue our focus on social interaction, lifelong learning and active ageing but are looking at new ways to achieve these aims safely. How appropriate for times when physical isolation is likely to continue for quite some time […]
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