No classes or activities at the hall until further notice

U3A term dates for 2020

Term 1 – Monday, February 3rd – Monday, March 30th
Term 2 – Tuesday April 14th – Saturday June 26th
Term 3 – Monday July 13th – Saturday September 19th
Term 4 – Monday October 5th – Saturday December 12th



Enrolments will be accepted by the class leader in the first week of November 2019. The enrolment fee for the year is still $35.00. Pay cash, check or direct debit – account details on the enrolment form



Regular weekly classes


Class When Where
Computer Classes Monday 10:00 am Call 0491 064 569
Early French Tuesday 9:30 am Farndons Hall
Ongoing French Tuesday 11:00 am Farndons Hall
Creative card making Tuesday 1:00pm Farndons Hall
Mah Jong Tuesday 1:00pm Call 0491 064 569
Band Tuesday 7:00pm Farndons Hall
Drawing Wednesday 2:00pm Call 0491 064 569
Mosaics Wednesday 2:00pm Call 0491 064 569
Bridge Wednesday 4:30pm Farndons Hall
Craft Thursday 10:00 am Farndons Hall
Philosophy Friday 1:30pm Farndons Hall
Table tennis Friday 4:00pm Farndons Hall
French Polishing Saturday 10:00am Farndons Hall

Less frequent classes

Class When Where
iPad Show & Tell Wednesday 10am
3rd Wednesday of the month
Call 0491 064 569
Nighttime Book Group Thursday 7:30 pm
3rd Thursday of the month
Call 0491 064 569
Poetry Appreciation Thursday 7.30 pm
2nd and 4th Thursday of the month
Farndons Hall
Theater Group – On Golden Pond
Theater Group – And then there were None
Theater Group – A flea in her Ear
Theater Group – Dracula – The bloody Truth
Call 0491 064 569 for dates 1812 Theatre /
The Basin Theatre

Free Computer Access

If you are over 50 years of age you are eligible to use the computer and broadband facilities at Farndons Hall. Just ring  0491 064 569  to find out more and organise a time to make a start.

A broadband modem and Windows 10 computers are available for all seniors to use at Farndons Hall whenever there is a class on (see U3A class times above). If you need help with specific software and/or computer issues, please contact 0491 064 569.

Through the Be Connected online resources, Australians will be able to learn the basics of using digital devices and engaging with the internet, including:

  • being safer while online
  • talking to or seeing family and friends who live far away
  • finding new friends who share interests and hobbies
  • connecting with old friends
  • keeping up to date with what’s happening in communities and
  • around the world
  • shopping and selling online, safely and securely.