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Site update:22 October 2021

CAMPUS CLOSURE

Our campus remains closed in response to the current Victorian COVID lockdown.

The resctrictions have been extended until Victoria reaches the 80% fully vaccinated target. Government modelling indicates that may be reached by 5 November. It is anticipated that we will be able to have some face-to-face classes after that date, whilst meeting strict requirements including density specifications for each room, indoor mask wearing, check in using the Service Victoria App via QR codes or our kiosks and the mandate that all participants must have two COVID19 vaccinations.

We will monitor the Stage Government's announcements so as to be able to communicate with members, via Gateway eNews when the restrictions are eased.

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Morning Tea and Music

Sausage sizzle and Morning Tea: U3A Hawthorn

Saturday 10 April

A great turnout for our Saturday morning "Morning Tea and Music". Thanks to everyone who braved the cool weather and especially to Jared Atherton for his delightful violin playing. We were also entertained by The Gateway Singers" to whom we also say "Thanks!"

Readings in Australian history - the history you were never taught

Our thanks to Jim Poulter for allowing publication of this remarkable series

click here to visit his page

Preparing for COVID Normal

 

Acrylic screens

 

New acrylic screens installed in the office.

U3A Hawthorn Owl logo

We gratefully acknowledge funding by City of Boroondara       We gratefully acknowledge funding from ACFE Learn Local   Victorian Government funded     COTA Australia