Classes and activities for 2022 now available for enrolment
We are still welcoming new members to U3A Hawkesbury for 2022 .
Click on the menu tabs above to find out more:
- the Membership tab to renew your membership or join for the first time
- the Courses tab to find out about the classes on offer and to commence enrolment
If you are new to U3A Hawkesbury, explore our website to learn what it is all about. You can use the links to arrange your membership and course enrolments.
Please note that the U3A Hawkesbury Committee will continue to monitor the advice provided by government and health authorities in relation to COVID19, and take any actions that are appropriate to minimise the health risks to our members. To be a member in 2022, you need to provide evidence that you are fully vaccinated against COVID19.
What is U3A about?
U3A stands for University of the Third Age. Your “third age” can be the best time of your life. The first age is childhood; the second age is the mid part of your life, usually tied up with the responsibilities of career and family; the third age is the time when you are ready and free to explore, learn and share knowledge.
So U3A is a movement of retired and semi-retired people who come together to continue their educational, social and creative interests in a friendly and informal environment – a new and informal type of university, run by local volunteers, without the pressures of formal education.
- Learn something new
- Keep an active mind and body
- Meet new friends
- Share your interests and passions with others
Hawkesbury U3A offers a diverse range of stimulating courses to members. You are sure to find something that interests you. Courses include philosophy, languages, literature and drama, travel, writing, technology, ukulele, birds, board games, ethics, tai chi, art, table tennis, bowls and many more. Explore the full list from the Courses link.
With your membership, you are able to attend as many courses as you wish. At Hawkesbury U3A, most courses run for the full year, from February to November, and you may be able to join the courses at any time. Contact the office if you have questions about this.
You may have an area of personal interest and knowledge that you would like to share with others. Think about becoming a tutor and leading your own class on their educational journey.