Changes to Term 1 Ararat U3A program: February 29 at 1.30pm Reiki Demonstration Session. March 14 at 2pm at Grow Master Nursery – “Looking after your indoor plants”.
The Ararat U3A committee for 2023 was elected and U3A members were encouraged to consider joining as there is still one vacancy for a committee member. The Mayor of the Ararat Rural City Council, Jo Armstrong was our Guest Speaker. She talked about her idyllic childhood growing up in NZ and her move to Australia. […]
“making choices for a changing climate”… Dr Ayesha Burdett and Marion Da Costa (Ararat Landcare) gave an interesting presentation to U3A members about their recent URBAN TREES PROJECT. In partnership with ARCC they received funding from DWELP to investigate suitable species to plant in Ararat. If you missed this presentation, a booklet with the findings […]
Margaret Wright was our guest presenter for the Digital Devices session this week. Margaret has been painting for many years but now prefers to use her iPad to create her masterpieces!.
Tai Chi on Monday Tai Chi was popular with 15 of our U3A members attending the first class. The warm-up exercises were followed by Lisa demonstrating and teaching several movements. It’s gentle exercise working within our comfort limits.The session ended with cool-down exercises and a few minutes meditation. It’s not too late to join in […]
Thirty five Ararat & District U3A members visited the Grampians Estate Winery. Coincidentally three U3A members present had previously resided in the original house on the site where the winery is situated today.More photos and details in Gallery.
The ‘Garden Appreciation and Maintenance’ U3A members made great progress on Wednesday, despite the warm morning! At the next session some of the beds will be planted up, and John will give a short talk and demo on ‘propagation by cuttings’. More photos in our Gallery.
Ararat U3A enrolment day on Monday was busy with many new and renewing members attending. Guest speakers, Craig Wilson, owner/editor of the Ararat Advocate, and journalist Tammi Sladdin reflected on the origin of the newspaper and their philosophy behind it.